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Ted’s mother and sister knitted socks and afghans for the troops. Ted joined his fellow Boy Scouts and sold Liberty Bonds, a form of financing that provided a major source of income to the government during the war. In fact, he sold so many that he was among a group of Boy Scouts to receive a medal from former president Theodore Roosevelt in 1918. Sadly, this event turned out to be a disappointment for 14-year-old Ted. When the former president had handed out the last medal, Ted stood alone, still waiting for his.
A. In February 1927, Geisel returned home to the United States, after spending a year and a half in Europe. Helen had already arrived a month earlier to accept a teaching position in Orange, New Jersey, not far from New York City. When Geisel’s ship docked in New York’s harbor, Helen met him there. Geisel had no job leads, so their marriage plans would have to wait. After a nice dinner, he said good-bye to Helen as he boarded a train for Springfield to join his family. Eager to get a start as a freelance writer and illustrator, Geisel set up an office at his Fairfield Street home.
Think of how that works today with television: Because the Super Bowl has so many millions of viewers, a single 30-second commercial costs more than $2 million! indd 41 4/13/11 4:39 PM 42 DR. SEUSS (THEODOR GEISEL) Another time he received 100 cans of Barbasol shaving cream. According to the Morgan biography, Geisel took it in stride: “I sort of loved trading my stuff for their stuff. I was happier in one way under the barter system than I’ve ever been since. ” Not only was he published in Judge, but he also sold work (for real money) to Life, Redbook, and Vanity Fair.