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Billy Ireland’s “Teck Haskins” 1909

Our posting today takes inspiration from two seemingly unrelated events occuring later this week: the Major League Baseball Championships leading up to the World Series, and the 2010 Festival of Cartoon Art at Ohio State University’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library &amp Museum (being held October 14 – 17). Billy Ireland was a college student at […]

Billy Ireland’s “Teck Haskins at Ohio State”, 1909

For our third Back-to-School installment of comics created by college students, we return to Ohio State, home of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, to take a peek at some of the cartoons that Ireland did while at OSU. Below, the cover from two copies of his 1909 collection, Teck Haskins at “Ohio State” (Also “Towser” — […]

Preservation and Celebration: The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum

Professor and author Lucy Shelton Caswell has the distinct privilege of curating the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum.  The legend of the museum is well-known: in 1977 the Milton Caniff collection was donated to Ohio State University, and Caswell accepted responsibility for the treasure.  One donation led to another, and the collection of Ohio […]

Friday 13/13…

This being the last Friday the 13th in a year ending 13 that we’ll see for a century (or in other words, that no one reading this right now, will see), we present artist W.A. Ireland‘s cartoon on the subject, from one hundred years ago. Found in the August 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Doug […]

Woman’s Suffrage: Emeline Pankhurst’s Visit to the U.S., Oct-Nov 1913

The methods used by women suffragettes, working to gain their right to vote, varied amongst the different movements. In the U.S., the women’s movement used mostly peaceful protest, while in Britain, part of their movement was becoming increasingly militant. They threw bricks, smashed windows, engaged in arson, and even bombed public buildings. Emeline Pankhurst was […]

Republican Party Split, Year 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Those following SuperITCH last year, may recall our reprinting of cartoons from the 1912 Presidential Election, covering what is still the most significant splintering of the Republican Party. Republican Party bosses — at a time when most state primaries were mere window dressing (party hacks chose which candidates ran in the final election, not the […]

Pacific Meets Atlantic: Panama Canal, October 10th, 1913: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

One hundred years ago today, on October 10th, 1913, the final barrier separating waters from the Pacific and Atlantic sides of the Panama Canal, was removed, functionally completing it construction. Above, a cartoon by artist Harry Murphy, scanned here from the April 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine, anticipates this event. Below, by Elmer Donnell, from […]

Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #118

Today, September 15th, being the Anniversary (from 2008) of our ongoing Great Depression II, this seems as good a time as any to run another installment of Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Above & below, both from […]

Immigration Fight of 1913: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

A week-and-a-half ago, after much debate, the U.S. Senate passed an Immigration Reform Bill which is pleasing to no one. This week, the House of Representatives — controlled by Republicans not, many of whom are opposed to the legislation, partially because it would bring in as voting citizens, mostly individuals who likely will not vote […]

Dreaming of the Summer Escape: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Last week was kids out of school for the Summer. This week, we have adults stuck in offices, and dreaming back to when they could get out for the Summer. Above, by artist W.A. Ireland, “A Ninety-in-the-Shade Dream”. From the August 1913 edition of Cartoons Magazine. Below, from the June 1913 issue, more cartoons of […]

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