Teenie Weenies scrapbook

This collection consists of a single scrapbook that contains copies of the Teenie Weenies comic strip, which ran from 1914 to 1970. It depicted the lives of a village of tiny people that lived in a world of normal-sized objects. The creator of the comic strip was newspaper cartoonist William Donahey (1883-1970). Donahey lived in Grand Marais, Michigan during the summers in the Pickle Barrel House, a house designed to look like the house in the comic strip. The Pickle Barrel House is now a museum operated by the Grand Marais Historical Society.

Due to copyright restrictions, this collection is not available online. To access the scrapbook, please contact the Grand Marais Historical Society.

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