1865 – Born on February 14th in Madison, Wisconsin. American cartoonist and comic artist.
1890 – After an education in common schools and the School of Industrial Arts, Philadelphia, he was employed as staff artist on the Philadelphia Times.
– He went to New York City to draw cartoons and comic sketches for the World and Journal, and soon began extensive freelance work, his sketches being published in Judge, Life, Puck, McClure’s syndicate, and the Saturday Evening Post.
1930 – He moved back to Madison and maintained a studio there.
1932 – He created the character named "Henry," which ran many years as a King Features comic strip.
1946 – Severe arthritis caused him to turn his famous comic strip, "Henry" over to an understudy.
1948 – Died on November 4th.