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Eight comic strips drawn by Bindig of "The Mischievous Twins Bears," or "Mischievous Twins," which appeared for eight weeks in the children's section of two newspapers published for Koreans by the US
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "I'll walk alone" [10/9/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "Wow! Two a day, that's love!" [10/9/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "Mail!" [10/10/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "Hurrah it's mailin'" [10/10/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "We moved agin!" [10/11/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "Please fellas!" [10/12/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "No letter today" [10/13/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, "Friday 13 October" [10/13/1944]
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Colored pencil drawing on envelope, G.I. counting his pay [10/15/1944]
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