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Thomas Albert Wilson, was an American cartoonist. Wilson was the creator of the comic strip Ziggy, which he drew from 1971 to 1987. The strip was then continued by his son, Tom Wilson Jr.

After growing up in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, Wilson served in the U.S. Army from 1953 to 1955. He attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, graduating in 1955. He was a Cooper Union art instructor from 1961 to 1962.

Wilson's career began in 1950, doing advertisement layouts for Uniontown Newspapers, Inc. In 1955, he joined American Greetings (AG) as a designer, becoming Creative Director in 1957 and vice-president of creative development in 1978. While at AG, he developed the Soft Touch greeting card line. He also served as president of Those Characters From Cleveland, AG's character licensing subsidiary.
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Whomever got the paper first got first dibs! Ha ha! Wow, what memories you are dredging up for me! Cartoons were always high on my list...Bugs Bunny, Coyote and Roadrunner, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Foghorn leghorn & the chicken hawk!

Here is a thought, did you get the newspaper first or your parents? We had a pecking order on who had the first read! Hint, it was usually first one that woke up! Aahhhh the good old days! Speaking of which, Saturday was another joyful event in the 70's....Kung fu theater! Do our chores, watch kung fu theater and play outside until dinner time!!!


Yes, I did too...there was a really cute one of him at the kitchen sink which was full of dirty dishes, and he was saying, "maybe if I soak these overnight the Dish Fairies will come." Or something to that effect. I always identified with that because that is what I hoped for too! ☺

In my young, younger days (LOL!) I enjoyed Ziggy in the sunday newspaper comics!

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