Stanley Link

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Stanley Link (1894 - December 24, 1957 [1]) was an American cartoonist and comics artists, best known for Tiny Tim.

Link took a correspondence course in cartooning when he was a teenager. When he was sixteen, he began to work with an animation company. In the early 1920s, he became Sidney Smith's assistant.[1] He launched the panel Ching Chow in 1927.[2] In 1933, he created his own strip, Tiny Tim.[1] He also created the family strip The Dailys. Link died in 1957.[1][2]


  1. ^ a b c d "Stanley Link" [1] 2009-06-04
  2. ^ a b "Tiny Tim" [2] 2007