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Friday, November 23, 2012

Good Ol’ Days: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, November 1912

For our November entry of our monthly Cartoons Magazine Centennial Year Good Ol’ Days posting, we start with a page not appropriate to our times… But, then, these are supposed to be the “Good Ol’ Days”. Art above by Guy Spencer, Rogers, Ernest E. Burtt, and others.

Below, a page appropriate to all times, Good & Bad. Cartoons by Burtt (again), W.A. Ireland, O’Loughlin, and Coleman F. Naughton.

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

Above, by Barnett, the downfall of Race Track Gambling gets targeted for a second month in a row. We’ll see later if this becomes a trend.

Beneath, the always popular kid stuff, with James H. Donahey, Fontaine Fox, and Russell Cole.

And more kid stuff above, combined with football and baseball, by Fox, Ireland, and Rogers, all with additional entries today.

Below, Charles Lewis Bartholomew (“Bart”), Henderson, and William K. Patrick, celebrate those sports, involving grown-ups.

Above & below, different aspects of Fall. Above, by Herbert H. Perry, O’Loughlin, Cy Hungerford, and Hruska. Below, with Fox, Perry, and Naughton.

And finally, a closing cartoon from the age of urban mass transit, when cities had electric cable car systems, and (most??) urban dwellers used them to get around. Cartoon by O’Loughlin.

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