Flapper Fanny was the girl who always knew what to say

FLAPPER Fanny was a comic strip that began life in the 1920s. Flapper Fanny was smart, sassy and cute. She was created by Ethel Hays, her work augmented and adapted by Russell Patterson, Glady’s
Parker, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Anita Loos. Sylvia Sneidman altered into Flapper Fanny Says. It speaks of its time:

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