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Who is Ham Fisher?
Ham Fisher: Hammond Edward Fisher was an American comic strip writer and cartoonist who signed his work Ham Fisher. He is best known for his popular long-run on Joe Palooka, which was launched in 1930 and ranked as one of the top five newspaper comics strips for several years.
- born on (115 years ago) in Wilkes-Barre
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Cartoonist
- died on (60 years ago) of suicide
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by David L. Jeffrey
Ham Fisher, a black carriage driver in the same novel, is rescued from burning by the father of "Marse Chan." Zora Neale Hurston's one-act play The First One ( 1927) deals with Noah's cursing Ham with blackness (ed. C. S. Johnson, Ebony ...
by Vincent Terrace
Assistant: Ham Fisher. Music: Al Greiner, Bill Wirges.
by Random House, Stephen Elliott
Chic Yomg, Dik Browne, Frank King, Hal Foster, Ham Fisher. Walt Kelly 10 Bob Montana, Harold Gray, Johnny Hart, Mon Walker. Paul Conrad, Thomas Nast, ...
by Adrian Room
artist Ham Fisher, first published in 1930] Pan-African Games (Olympics) regional games held since 1965 for contestants from African countries Pan- American ...
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