Fanny Young Cory (October 17, 1877 – July 28, 1972) was an artist and illustrator best known for her comic strip Little Miss Muffet, syndicated by King Features. She did both art and writing on "Sonnysayings." She went by several names: F. Y. Cory, F. Cory Cooney and Fanny Cory Cooney but eventually used Fanny Y. Cory as her professional name. She sometimes used FYC as a signature on her early work.
She did covers and interior illustrations for Century, Harper's Bazaar, Life, Scribner's, The Saturday Evening Post and St. Nicholas.
The Little Miss Muffet comic book was published in 1948 and 1949 by Best Books.
She illustrated Marion Hill, The Pettison Twins, McClure, Phillips & Co, 1906.
She died in 1972 in Stanwood, Washington.
- Douglas C. Green (Spring, 1973). "Fanny Y. Cory". The Baum Bugle. Retrieved 2008-01-29.
- Little Miss Muffet, Stripper's Guide, May 2, 2011.
- Astor, David (1995), "'Doonesbury' man discusses his strip," Editor & Publisher, Sept 30, 1995 v128 n39 p30(2). Article reports on a meeting with several speakers; "Fanny Cory, author of Little Miss Muffet" was mentioned in a talk by Trina Robbins, author of A Century of Women Cartoonists.
- Tribune Staff. "125 Montana Newsmakers: Fanny Cory Cooney". Great Falls Tribune. Retrieved August 26, 2011.
- L. Frank Baum: Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 46. Gale Group, 2002
- "Montana Mother and Artist" Summer 1980 issue of Montana, The Magazine of Western History
- "Fanny’s World: The Life and Art of Fanny Cory Cooney", from the May-June 1988 issue of Montana Magazine
- "Growing Up In Montana With Pioneer Artist F.Y. Cory" (Cooney)", reminiscences from her relatives
- "Fanny Y. Cory" from the Spring, 1973 issue of The Baum Bugle
- UNCG American Publishers' Trade Bindings: Fanny Y. Cory
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