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Uprisings in Turkey: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

I’ve been wondering when I might use these pages from the March 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine, involving the 1913 Coup in the Ottoman Empire (Turkey). With riots in Turkey this week, it seems the right time. Above, cartoons by Harry J. Westerman, Frank Michael Spangler (who depicts the rebelling officers as the Katzenjammer Kids), […]

Cinco de Mayo: Mexican Revolution & Cartoons Magazine Centennials, 1913

For this year’s Cinco de Mayo, we have a number of cartoons that appeared in first half of 1913, in various newspapers, and from there were reprinted in Cartoons Magazine. In the Mexican Revolution of 1910-1920, February & March 1913 were particularly volatile. The occupants of the National Palace changed hands several times, inspiring the […]

Women’s History Month: British Suffrage Cartoons: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

While American Suffragettes were parading and demonstrating, their British counter-parts were adapting more radical tactics, such as throwing bricks through shop windows. What percent of British Suffragettes actually engaged in violent or destructive protest, versus non-violent demonstration, I don’t know. But even if just a small number, the anti-suffrage crowd on both sides of the […]

Scott Antarctic Expedition Reported Dead: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

On February 10th, 1913, word reached the world that the entire Terra Nova Expedition to reach the South Pole in Antarctica, led by Captain Robert Scott, had perished. Scott’s expedition reached the South Pole on January 17th, 1912, learning they had been beaten there by the rival Amundsen expedition, who had arrived at the Pole […]

William Jennings Bryan — Secretary of State: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Amongst the many positions which newly elected President Woodrow Wilson had to pick, was Secretary of State. Wilson, elected in November 1912, would not assume the Presidency until March 1913, and so had plenty of time to make his decisions — and took his time in announcing them. William Jennings Bryan, who had been the […]

Guns: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Just in case anyone might be thinking that no one complained about guns until modern times (say, post-WW II)… Above, from the April 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine, we have “The Revolver” (which aren’t even under discussion now), by Harry J. Westerman. Doug Wheeler

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, November 1912

This month’s “Focus on Cartoonists” post (from the November 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine) is short, mainly because we’ve already siphoned off the pages showing these two cartoonists’ works, to earlier posts involving the 1912 Election. Above, we have a photo, short bio, sample cartoon, and drawing of subject Harry J. Westerman (the latter by […]

Changing Weather: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

Being that time of the year for a change in the weather, we look today at cartoons on that subject, from the October & November 1912 issues of Cartoons Magazine. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Above, we have art by Herbert H. Perry, […]

World Series Baseball: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

This being Day One of the World Series, we look back to the Series of a century ago, with help from the November 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Above, struggling to keep one’s hands on the news of […]

Paying Tribute: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #103

Above, depicting rural and city workers handing over their wages and taxes in obeisance to the corporate monopolies, who rule via the sowrd of legislation, which they own/control. “History Repeats Itself. — The Robber Barons of the Middle Ages, and the Robber Barons of To-Day”, by Samuel Ehrhart, from the centerspread of the November 6th, […]

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