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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Broad Brush: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, April 1912, Part 22

From the April 1912 fourth issue of Cartoons Magazine, we present a few pages of miscellaneous topics.

Above, Absolutely the Worst Yet by Fontaine Fox, on the difficulties of dealing with the modern day phone switch operator…

Beneath, two problems actually little changed from 1912, one illustrated by H.T. Webster, and the other by Vie Lambdin.

Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions.

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    [...] local fights over political reforms, by cartoonists “Bart” (Charles Lewis Bartholomew), Vie Lambdin, Charles Bowers, R.D. Handy, and [...]

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