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New Year’s: A.B. Frost’s “Crooked Whiskey”, 1875

To help cheer in the New Year,  following below is a cartoon on cheers years past!  From the front page of the December 2nd, 1875 edition of the (New York) Daily Graphic, comes Arthur Burdett Frost’s, “Crooked Whiskey” in a Crooked Age. Click on the below picture, to open a larger version. Have a Happy New Year! Doug […]

A.B. Frost, 1879: Cornelius to William Vanderbilt, “One Railroad was Enough for Me”

For the front page of the January 27, 1879 (New York) Daily Graphic, artist Arthur Burdett Frost depicted William H. Vanderbilt as a one-man band, playing multiple railroads simultaneously, while the ghost of his father, Cornelius, demands of  him, “William! One railroad was enough for me! You are playing too many tunes!” William inherited the beginnings of […]

A.B. Frost’s “The Intelligent American Voter”, 1875

For my final non-partisan Monday, we present the November 2nd, 1875 front page of the New York Daily Graphic — artist A.B. Frost’s The Intelligent American Voter. Enjoy, and Vote Often! Click on the below picture, to open a larger version. To find previously posted Election Cartoons, click here. Doug Wheeler ElectionCartoons NYDailyGraphic

William Vanderbilt: “He Gathers Them In”, by A.B. Frost, 1878

The below A.B. Frost cartoon — He Gathers Them In — appeared on the the front page of the December 19, 1878 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic. In it, railroad baron William Vanderbilt is shown as a vagabond walking along the train tracks. On his back, he carries a sack filled with train cars, track, […]

“The Monopoly Grind”, A.B. Frost’s William Vanderbilt, 1879: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons, Part 48

For the front page of the January 21, 1879 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic, artist Arthur Burdett Frost depicted William H. Vanderbilt as the Miller of Dee from the traditional 1762 folk song, turning it into The Monopoly Grind.   At right, people come from far away, hauling their grain for the miller to […]

A.B. Frost’s “What Will Become of the Bears – A Song of the Street”, 1876: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons, Part 33

Below is the front page of the January 8, 1876 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic, by A.B. Frost. Frost’s interior image shows Jay Gould, playing solitaire in the graveyard of Wall Street, after his manipulations crashed and wiped out all his competitors. Written upon the grave upon which Gould sits and plays cards, are […]

The Day is Here!!

All Hail! The Holy of Holies, the Day of Days, is Here at Last! The Day when Americans choose whom they wish to see their cartoonists and late night comedians make fun of for the next four years! My spittle spat, I’ve no poison left, just this final drip of non-partisan, de-venomized glad-it’s-almost-over, pap. (Don’t […]

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