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Panels of the comic book, "The Will to Win." Milton Caniff thinks about people with disabilities and shows Good Willy at a Goodwill store.
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Title: The Will To Win, Page 3
From: The Will To Win
Original caption: Panel 1
Sometimes serious illness causes a person to be crippled for life...

Panel 2
And in many cases, people are born with defects which mean a lifetime of putting up with their handicaps...

Panel 3
“Let’s see, now. He needs a name. Think I’ll call him Good Willy!”

Panel 4
“Well, Good Willy, since you’re going to be the symbol of all people who lick their handicaps, you’d better scram over to Goodwill Industries and learn about the good work they’re doing!”
Cheerio, Milton! I’m on my way!”

Panel 5
A little later...
“Welcome, Good Willy. We’d like to show you what we do to help handicapped people!”
“You HELP the handicapped here?”
Creator: Milton Caniff (illustrator)
Date: Circa 1955
Format: Comic Book
Source: Goodwill Industries International, Inc., Archives, Robert E. Watkins Library
Control no.: Boston Binder
Keywords: Assistive Technology; Blind; Charity; Children; Crutch; Disease; Economics; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Goodwill Industries; Heredity; Identity; Milton Caniff; Physical Disability; Sensory Disability; Service Organizations; Social Welfare & Communities; Technology & Equipment; Wheelchair
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Mass Media, Culture & The Arts

Objects From This Artifact:
- The Will To Win, Cover (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 2 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 3 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 4 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 5 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 6 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 7 (still)
- The Will To Win, Page 8 (still)