Back in 2002 you could still find stuff really cheap on eBay. You still can, but these was almost for free. Two giant scrapbooks filled with Flapper Fanny panels by Ethel Hays and Gladys Parker! Nine panels per page. The earliest I found in the books are from 1926 and the latest with a year printed is from 1930. Don't know how many there are in these but there are more than plenty.
How much I paid? $11... :)
Maybe the fact that the owner had hand colored every panel was what made me the only bidder. But still, it was well worth the price and the 1930's coloring just adds to the charm.
Here are some examples of Ethels Hays panels from the books. Enjoy!
Notice that the left panel in the last picture is by Gladys Parker. Must be an early one since the style is really close to Ethels.
Anyway, I should head home now. It's late in the evening and I should be home now. Not in the studio. But I have nice company here. Kim W. Andersson and Fabian Göransson are both working here tonight.
But I can feel my body saying "Sleeeeeeep...", so I better do that.