Al (Alfred Gerald Caplin) 1909–79, U.S. comic-strip artist: creator of “Li’l Abner.”.
Historical Examples

Tell Brother Capp if he can sell ten lots for us, we will thoroughly educate one of his daughters, board and all, free of charge.
The Story of a Life J. Breckenridge Ellis

But it does not tell us much more that is helpful, except in furnishing a reference to the Wilkina Saga, Capp.
Chaucer’s Works, Volume 5 (of 7) — Notes to the Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer

Al, full name Alfred Caplin. 1909–79, US cartoonist, famous for his comic strip Li’l Abner


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