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Joe Dewald Cartoons

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Cartoons by Linus Joseph Dewald Jr.
Editor of the Prentice Newsletter
Prepared 2017 and Revised 19 Jul 2017

A few years ago our Editor, Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., decided to try his hand in drawing cartoons with a genealogy theme. Set out below are some of what we think are his best. If you like them, please let him know. If you don't like them, bite your tongue. We have also included some of the games he likes.

If you have any genealogy cartoons suggestions, Please send them to the Prentice Newsletter. Be sure to give the title of the article.

Oliver Cartoons
Ted Cartoons
Ted Fantasy Genealogy
Chart Cartoons
BC Cartoons
Other Cartoons

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