|King features didn't keep such short-shelf life things as topical columns and editorial cartoons, etc. But if you have access to microfilm via your local library, you can find Her stuff in a Hearst paper,(Some cities had two) or subscribing client paper. The work will be in finding that certain paper. Taking out a test reel from the period you're interested in of all the available titles and go gold panning. If it didn't show up in your city, inter-library loans have always been a boon to me. The New York Journal-American will have her VOICE OF BROADWAY column covering her WML? years.The New York Public Library or the Library of Congress can help.|
No, an old Hearst paper isn't the only place where you can find her column. It ran in the Washington Post, Arizona Republic, the Columbus Evening Dispatch and the New Orleans States Item. The latter is not in the Library of Congress -- better skip that paper for a while.
If you revealed the city in which you live, I could tell you where the nearest repository of the Voice of Broadway is. I understand if you won't reveal that in view of the presence of some disturbed characters here.