She developed a number of comic strips and was the first woman cartoonist to be published in Hearst newspaper. By 1904, Campbell's Soup began using her "kids" for their ads. The Campbell Kids ads are featured in nearly every magazine I have collected and evolved with the society and current events. There was even a Campbell Kid doll.
Probably one of her most popular cartoon series occurred later in her career, "The Pussycat Princess". Drayton died shortly after creating the strips but it continued with two other artists for over a decade.
Drayton's characters continue to be popular. From time to time, embroidery transfers of the kids are republished:
This is my favorite photo of Grace. It shows that she herself had a wide face like her "kids".
Have a safe and happy day!