I don't often support Kickstarter projects, but I've contributed to THIS one!
Animation archaeologist Tommy José Stathes provided super-rare silent cartoon films to "Cartoon Carnival" -- adocumentary about the silent-era pioneers of animated cartoons. Cartoons were WAY crazier back then!
"This is the simplest and easiest way to draw comic faces," claims this 1923 promotional sample page from the W.L. Evans School of Cartooning. CLICK on image to open up the full-sized version to see all the details.