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R.I.P. Homer Davenport, May 2nd, 1912: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 0.2

One hundred years ago today, May 2nd, cartoonist Homer Davenport (born March 8th, 1867) died. Click here to read about him, and the annual festival honoring him, in Silverton, Oregon. Below, a page of cartoons saluting Davenport, from the June 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, a portrait of Davenport and his father, from the […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial May 1913

Above, a pair of short bios of William Kemp Starrett and Ernest E. Burtt, opens up our monthly Focus on Cartoonists, scanned from the May 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. The May 1913 Comment and Review page below, […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial April 1913

To Close out this year’s April Fools’ Month, we bring our focus not on fools, but on some of the orchestrators of fun — the cartoonists. Above and below are the pages concentrated on cartoonists, from the April 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, a brief auto bio written by artist Billy DeBeck, along with […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Before we reach month’s end, it’s time we review the Focus on Cartoonists pages from the March 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, Robert Minor, Jr. writes about the cartoonist’s art. Click on the above & below pagees, to enlarge and read them. Below, Henry C. Williamson continues his series on 19th century cartooning, writing […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial February 1913

Cartoons Magazine continues its trend to expand its prose articles by and about cartoonists. Gathered here are all the articles from the February 1913 issue. Click on the above & below pages, to display them large enough to read. Above, artist William Kemp Starrett writes about a cartoonist’s day. Below, we have an article written […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, December 1912

Without an election to cover, with December 1912, Cartoons Magazine made several alterations in format. One was that with potent subject matter reduced, there is a reduction in the average number of cartoons per page, including a significant increase in the number of full page cartoons. Another change, is a huge jump in the number […]

The Dollar or the Man?, Part 13: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #108

Above, the title page from Homer Davenport‘s 1900 cartoon collection, The Dollar or the Man?. Davenport’s series’ title, derives from a quote from Abraham Lincoln — “Both the man and the dollar, but in case of conflict the man before the dollar.” In the title page cartoon, we see Republican operative/money man Senator Mark Hanna, […]

Military vs. Budget: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #105

So hey people, today we start out with cartoons on some actual warships, just a few years prior to 1916! And guess what, they were arguing back then, on whether they had enough ships! And just out, Mitt Romney’s newest round of advertisements, takes his penchance for lying to a whole new level. He has […]

Union Busting: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #102

Above, by artist Homer Davenport, from back in the days when corporations hired thugs to beat up, & sometimes murder, striking workers (and often with the help of the government and the police), comes “Arbitration in a Strike” — Plate 17 in Davenport‘s collection, The Dollar or the Man?. Republicans have been especially on the […]

They’re Off! : The Dollar or the Man?, Part 12

Today’s posting consists of cartoons by artist Homer Davenport, all but one from the 1900 cartoon collection, The Dollar or the Man? Above, “Many hats that fit to one head”, showing Republican nominee (for 1900) & President (since 1897), William McKinley, being held aloft by the Corporate Monopolies/”Trusts”, who have their man for the White […]

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