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St. Patrick’s Day 1874, by Livingston Hopkins

Above, “A Hodge Podge on St. Patrick’s Day” by cartoonist Livingston Hopkins, from the front page of the March 17th, 1874 edition of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Enjoy! Click on the above picture, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Doug Wheeler NYDailyGraphic

Tigwissel Tuesdays #3: Livingston Hopkins Gets His Head Examined, Feb 22, 1875

Just a quickie this week, as we continue our chronological march towards to the first full-fledged Professor Tigwissel adventure (next week!) Above, a close-up from the bottom right corner of a full-page of cartoons by artist Livingston Hopkins, which appeared on the front of the February 22nd, 1875 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic. […]

How “Our Side” May Lose the Election — by Livingston Hopkins, 1877

As they say, get out and vote, or you don’t have the right to complain afterwards. (To those hoping, sorry, I’m voting, so I can be as verbal post-election as I like!) On a similar vein, we present cartoonist Livingston Hopkins’ front page art for the November 5th, 1877 edition of the New York Daily Graphic, […]

Professor Tigwissel’s Experiment with Blue Glass: Tigwissel Tuesdays #50

In 1877, medical journals and newspapers were filled with efforts to debunk what was being called “Blue Glass Mania” (or, Chromo-Therapy), in which fraudulent healers were claiming they could cure illnesses by bathing people in light passed through color glass. The practice was made popular by Augustus Pleasonton, who experimented with panes of colored glass […]

Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, 1878

Above, we close out our annual Native American Heritage Month postings, with “Deadly Dan, the Dare-Devil, A Dime Novel of Today” or “What Our Boys Are Reading”, by artist Livingston Hopkins, from the August 27th, 1878 front page of the (New York) Daily Graphic. Click on the page, to view it in a larger size, […]

“A May Melange”: Tigwissel Tuesdays # 42.5

Since we’re on the cusp of Winter, what better time to run “A May Melange”, by artist Livingston Hopkins? From the front page of the May 1st, 1876 issue of the (New York) Daily Graphic, why, on Earth, am I running this page that clearly has no scientific element? Because, look towards the figure, bottom […]

Closing Out James G. Blaine’s “Tattoed-Man” series, 1884

Election’s done, but I’ve a few “Tattooed Man” cartoons not yet shown, to run. So let’s get them out of the way. Those of you who have been visiting this site, already know what these are about. But, for anyone just now stumbling in… James Blaine was the G.O.P. nominee for President in 1884. He […]

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 […]

Early Comic Books Revue

Above, extracted from Fun magazine, July 2nd, 1879, The Book Borrower, by artist James Sullivan. Click on it, to enlarge it to readable size. This being San Diego Comic Con weekend, when better than to look back at a few of the 19th & early 20th century comic books that can be found here on […]

That Kentucky Meat Shower — Professor Tigwissel’s Investigation: Tigwissel Tuesdays #27 (+ Revue)

On March 3rd, 1876, a shower of meat — estimated to be about a “horse wagon full” — rained from the sky, near Olympia Springs, Kentucky. This created an excitement amongst numerous scientists, some of whom investigated at the scene, and many who tested the meat to determine what it kind it was, from samples […]

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