Dr Seuss drawing the Grinch 1957

Updated Mar 07, 2022
Kathy Pinna
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on Oct 20, 2011 2:19 PM
Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel) in 1957 drawing the Grinch for the (upcoming) book "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas."

Who doesn't know this book? Who doesn't know the cartoon? Then a movie . . . I bet that Dr. Seuss didn't know how big this book would be over 50 years later. Wouldn't you love to have these original drawings?

Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, NYWT&S staff photograph
Date & Place: in USA

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AncientFaces commented on Mar 02
Theodor Geisel - Dr Suess - was born today in 1904. Starting out as a cartoonist in 1927, then moving on to advertising, his most successful career - and longest - was as a writer of children's books. How lucky we all are that he found his passion! Happy Birthday Dr Suess! Do you have a favorite book?
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