Color illustration of an old man with glasses with two children behind him and a white rabbit in front of him. Black and red text on a yellow background with a blue border.
GRANDPA YOU'RE A WONDER WM A. BRADY PRESENTS THE MUSCALE SNAPSHOT
"FOXY GRANDPA" MADE FAMOUS BY THE NEW YORK HERALD SIX MONTHS IN NEW YORK
Buttons made by The Whitehead and H Newark, N.J. U.S.
Pat. April 14, 1896, July 21 1896.
Foxy Grandpa was a popular comic strip by cartoonist Carl E. Schultze (May 25, 1866 – January 18, 1939). Schultze drew his comics under the pseudonym Bunny, his childhood nickname, usually accompanied by a drawing of a rabbit. Foxy Grandpa was one of the earliest popular newspaper comic strips, which later became a stage play.