Rip Winkle Kellogg's Cereal PEP PIN © 1946
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Kellogg's Cereal PEP PIN, 3/4" Litho button © 1946, Rip Winkle. Winnie Winkle's father, Rip Winkle, champeen rockin'-chair prize fighter.
From the Winnie Winkle American comic strip which appeared over a 76-year span (1920–96). The strip's premise was conceived by Joseph Medill Patterson,but the stories and artwork were by Martin Branner, who wrote the strip for over 40 years. Winnie Winkle was one of the first comic strips about working women. The main character Winnie was a young woman who had to support her parents and adopted brother, serving as a reflection of the changing role of women in society..
The pinback is used, and has seen a bit of wear. Thanks for looking. 0630-1607-80