Herriman Saturday

Wedneday, December 25 1907 — Herriman spends Christmas eve at a play to illustrate a review, and gets treated to a stinker rife with production problems.

Friday, December 27 1907 — An oddly big to-do over whether U.S. Navy hospital ships should be commanded by medical personnel or ‘men of the line’ leads President Roosevelt to leak his uncomplimentary opinion of Admiral Brownson, which prompts the admiral to resign. For more on the tempest in a teapot, see the New York Times‘ coverage.

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