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His father, Henry W. Striebel, was born in Michigan of German ancestry descended from the Kingdom of Wurttemberg. His mother, Helen Kizer, was born in Indiana of German ancestry. His parents married in and had two children.

His younger sister Bertha was born two years later. His father worked as a grocery clerk. In the family moved fifty miles west to Portage, Indiana, on the shore of Lake Michigan, where they lived at Burroughs Street. The town is not too far from Chicago, which is just another forty miles further along the shoreline of Lake Michigan. In at the age of sixteen he began to contribute a daily current events cartoon on local topics to The South Bend Daily News. In he left college after completing his Sophomore year and moved to Chicago, where he lived at Merrill Avenue.

He worked for the Meyer Both Engraving Company , one of Chicago's largest suppliers of commercial art for the advertising industry. They were located at at Indiana Avenue. Meyer Both provided employees with on-the-job art training, but also distributed a profitable home study art instruction program. He drew line art for the fashion industry and advertising but in the evenings he moonlighted as a free-lance artist and drew feature cartoons for The Chicago Sunday Tribune.

He signed this work with his preferred name "John H. Striebel" instead of "Floyd H. On June 30, he married Margaret Fernandez. She was born June 19, in Valparaiso, Indiana. He may have met her through her brother, William J. Fernandez, who was an art director in magazine advertising. The artist did not serve in the military during the Great War, at which time he was twenty-seven years old and supported a wife and two infant children.

In he drew a syndicated comic strip "Pantomime. It combines in one the best elements of the modern strip, the sketch from life, and the daily cartoon, with all the humor and all the punch of the best comics, without being the least low-brow. It is a refreshingly radical departure from the well worn paths of comic art.

Striebel ranks today as one of the most widely known and highly paid artists in the Middle West. In the Chicago telephone directory listed the artist as the occupant of room in the Fine Arts Building , South Michigan Boulevard, an impressive center for artists, writers, advertising companies and social clubs.

In the summer of he and his wife and kids moved to Woodstock, New York, a popular artist's community , where he studied painting with Henry Lee McFee and Andrew Dasburg The Striebel family lived on Orchard Place. One of his painting was included in an exhibition with George Bellows and Rudolph Tandler , which it was favorably reviewed by The New York Times.

By he painted three covers for Liberty Magazine , which also published several of his story illustrations. In he illustrated the story " Show Girl " by J. McEvoy for Liberty Magazine. The collaboration was so popular that Striebel and McEvoy were asked to adapt the story as a newspaper comic strip.

They created Dixie Dugan , which enjoyed sensational popularity and remained in syndication for over thirty years. Striebel became a nationwide celebrity, which brought him wealth, fame, and head-spinning flattery.

It also brought an unbearable strain to his private home life. By his marriage had collapsed and divorce procedures had begun. He had moved out, but only to another nearby home in the same town. At this same time the nation was adjusting to the Great Depression, when hard times forced most people to resort to drastic measures to make ends meet. During this difficult transitional period he began to earn extra income off the books by drawing line art for pulp magazines. He had to invent a pen name for this moonlighting work as a pulp artist, because he was under an exclusive contract with the newspaper syndicate and he was a celebrity going through a divorce with concerns about his alimony settlement during the social and cultural upheaval of the Great Depression.

Striebel lived in Woodstock, while his comic strip character Dixie Dugan lived in a fictitious town named "Stoodwock. In an oddly similar manner he also invented a pen name for his pulp magazine drawings by cleverly switching the two syllables of his name "Striebel" to become "Bill Streib. In according to a biographical article on the artist in Popular Mechanics , "John Striebel reminds one of Douglas Fairbanks in appearance.

He has a genial, observant eye for the foibles of humanity which is reflected in the Dixie Dugan strip. Not all cartoonists are accomplished artists in other media than pen and ink, nor does the profession demand that they should be, but Striebel is an expert in oils and water colors and a great many of his paintings have been reproduced as magazine covers.

Striebel looks up from his drawing board and says whimsically, 'Now I'm experimenting with the popular idea that life begins at forty. This wistful outlook seems all the more poignant when considering that at the time of the interview his marriage had collapsed and he was suffering a mid-life crisis.

After a year of making good money on the side selling pen and ink story illustrations to pulp magazines with no legal repercussions or conflicts he was eventually tempted to earn even more money by selling painted covers to the pulps. But since cover artists received much wider public exposure on the American newsstand, where his pulp cover art might be displayed next to Dixie Dugan , he had to invent a pen name that was less playfully suggestive of his real name.

Instead of William Streib he used the pen name " Stephen Waite " for his pulp cover art. Here again relying on the familiar initials "W" and "S. In one revealing instance an editor re-used a cover painting from , which he had signed "Stephen Waite," on the January issue of Short Stories, in the table of contents of which printed credit for the cover was given to "William Strieb. After a few years this subterfuge finally ended when the artist married his second wife, after which time his financial affairs were settled and he no longer needed to earn a secret secondary income.

In Chicago on August 21, he married his second wife, Evelyn M. She was born in Indiana on July 24, , which made her twenty years younger than his first wife. She was an artist and had completed her freshman year at college. On July 20, his father died at the age of eighty-five in the hospital in Kingston, NY. In September of he and his wife visited to Europe on vacation. He traveled incognito using his actual name, Floyd H. According to a lifelong friend, "he has nice brown eyes, a quiet manner and much mystery.

He is not snobbish, but only frightfully busy. Dixie Dugan ran for four more years in newspaper syndication and finally folded in Please also see the related profiles for William Streib and Stephen Waite , which are located on this website under their own names. Field Guide To Wild American. On September 17, he and his wife traveled to Europe. He was too old to serve in the military during WWII.

On June 11, his mother died at the age of seventy in Bearsville, NY.

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