I didn't get this at a yard sale like other books I posted. This was at a used bookstore with its jacket in a plastic sleeve. I don't know how much I paid for it, but I know it was more than the $5.95 people paid when it came out in 1957. This was the front and back cover.
The first three are by Howard Baer
E. Simms Campbell
Here's a bio. from Lawrence Lariar's book, BEST CARTOONS OF THE YEAR 1943:
“Born on New York's upper east side. . . lived in Wembly, a suburb of London, where he spent a good deal of his childhood. The zeppelin raids on London during the first world war, sent the family back to America. Except for a year on the continent, during which time he art-edited a publication published in Paris for Americans abroad. He has been residing in New York. Married a Rochestarian in 1938 and their son was born in 1943. Just before the blessed event they bought a home in Harmon-on-the-Hudson, where Schus will continue to do cartoons for the country's leading magazines.”
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