1904 – Born on December 11th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. American cartoonist.
– Marjorie Henderson Buell, the creator of Little Lulu, the mischievous cartoon character with corkscrew curls who regularly outwitted the neighborhood boys.
1921 – Her first cartoon was published, when she was 16, in The Philadelphia Ledger.
1934 – The Saturday Evening Post asked her to draw a weekly cartoon for the magazine’s back page. George Horace Lorimer, the editor, wanted a young female character to take the place of another cartoon that was moving from The Post to King Features Syndicate.
1935 – The first "Little Lulu" drawing appeared in December.
1944 – Mrs. Buell took Lulu and her friends Tubby, Alvin, Annie and Wilbur from The Post and made the cartoon a daily syndicated comic strip.
1947 – She resigned from drawing Little Lulu for the Post.
1960 – Lulu also served as the advertising mascot for Kleenex tissues.
1971 – Mrs. Buell sold her copyrights to Western Publishing Company when she retired.
1993 – Died of lymphoma in Elyria, Ohio on May 30th.