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Marjorie Henderson Buell

Author, Illustrator

(1904 - 1993)

Marjorie Henderson Buell

Marjorie Henderson Buell was an American cartoonist who worked under the pen name Marge. She was best known as the creator of Little Lulu.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Buell was 16 when her first cartoon was published. In 1925, she created her first syndicated comic strip, The Boy Friend, which ran through 1926.

Marge was friends with Oz author Ruth Plumly Thompson and illustrated her fantasy novel King Kojo (1933).