The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Schultze, Carl Emil

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SCHULTZE, shoolt sĕ, Carl Emil, American newspaper artist: b. Lexington, Ky., 25 May 1866. He was educated at Lexington and at Cassel, Germany, began drawing for newspapers and under the name of “Bunny” created the popular “Foxy Grandpa” series of comic pictures published since January 1900 in two New York journals. Since 1913 he has been president of the Bunny Amusement Corporation of New York. He is the author of ‘Vaudevilles and Other Things’ (1900); ‘The Adventures of Foxy Grandpa’ (1900); ‘The Bunny Book’ (3 vols.), etc.