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Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial Aug-Sept 1913

Catch up time! Back last Summer, we were having website issues, and I stopped uploading “new” old material for awhile. Once I did return, it’s been with less frequency of posting than I had been before. One reason, is that I simply burned out on scanning, organizing, and posting Cartoons Magazine material — I thought […]

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 […]

U.S. Recognition of the Chinese Republic / Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

WARNING: The below posting includes racist imagery With Mainland China’s President Xi Jinping, today in the U.S. and meeting with President Obama, we look back one hundred years ago to the June 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine, whose front cover (above, with cartoon by Phil Porter) and 3-page article (further down below) involve the U.S. […]

J.P. Morgan: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #116 / Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

A few quick peeks today at monopolist market manipulator, J.P. Morgan, who helped buy several U.S. Presidential Elections for the Republican Party (such as William McKinley’s election). Above, a depiction of J.P. Morgan by artist James E. Murphy, found in the February 1913 edition of Cartoons Magazine. Click on the above & below cartoons to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Women’s History Month: Suffrage Cartoons in America: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

It’s back to the American Women’s Suffrage Movement, for today’s Women’s History posting. Above, from the January 1913 edition of Cartoons Magazine, artists Fred C. Nash, James E. Murphy, and Billy DeBeck, on attitudes involving the movement. Beneath, from December 1912, cartoonist Fontaine Fox, displaying another attitude. Click on the above & below pictures, to […]

Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #112 / Cartoons Magazine Centennial February 1913

From the February 1913 issue of Cartoons Magazine, above & top, we have “Catching Them With the Goods” by artist James E. Murphy, depicting Wall Street up to one of the dirty tricks it still today attempts to pull. On the below half of the page, in “What Do the Tea Leaves Show?” by cartoonist […]

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 […]

Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913: Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons #111

From Cartoons Magazine‘s February 1913 issue (above), and January 1913 (below), with the Taft Administration and out of the White House, Trusts/Monopolies of the Day worried that their days of brazen market manipulation would soon be at an end. (Of course, they weren’t — they perhaps just had to get a little more smarter & […]

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