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The Year in Review: 1912

So okay, I’m running one hundred years late. At least it’s not 101! Below, click on any cover from Cartoons Magazine‘s first year of publication — 1912 — to find postings from that particular month’s edition. January 1912, Volume One, Number One… February 1912, Volume One, Number Two… March 1912, Volume One, Number Three… April […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, July 1912, Part 3 + Cartoons Magazine Revue

In 1912, neither the Republican nor Democratic parties entered their conventions with their Presidential nominees decided. As we’ve already seen, this resulted in the Republican Party tearing itself in two. At this point, the 1912 Democratic Convention is yet to come, and cartoonists were still speculating on whether William Jennings Bryan — three times the […]

(Not Yet) Candidate Teddy Roosevelt: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 9

We close out our extracts from the February 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine‘s Centennial Year, with the major not-yet-a-candidate in the 1912 Presidential Election — Teddy Roosevelt. The concentration above left of Egyptian Sphinx cartoons with T.R.’s face, including by A.B. Chapin and Clifford K. Berryman, owes to Roosevelt’s recent trip to Egypt. Above right, […]

Changing Society: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 8

Today’s extracts from the February 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, focus on some of the changes in society circa 1912. Of course, nearly all these changes are from foreign sources (London, Munich, Paris, Berlin)! Curse those dirty Europeans, for taking Parlor Hour away from us! Click on the above & below pictures, to view them […]

William J. Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 7

Our Presidential Election 1912 coverage continues, via the Centennial Year of Cartoons Magazine. From the February 1912 issue (reprinting editorial cartoons of the prior month, from newspapers around the country), our focus this time is William Jennings Bryan. While Republicans were at this stage wondering whether T.R. would enter the race, Democrats were wondering the […]

William Howard Taft: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 6

Continuing our coverage of Presidential Campaign 1912 (and Cartoons Magazine‘s Centennial Year), we have above a set of cartoons from the February 1912 issue, devoted to incumbent president Howard Taft (Republican), whose presidency is most remembered for his being so fat, he got stuck in his bath tub! Unfortunately, that event happened on his Inauguration […]

Jack Johnson, Part 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 5

WARNING: Many of the below cartoons contain racist imagery and slurs. Continuing both African American History Month, and the centennial year of Cartoons Magazine, with our second successive month of cartoons — these from the February 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine — involving the first African American World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Jack Johnson. The last […]

Wall Street Frauds Make Wonderful Cartoons, Part 79: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 4

Cartoons Magazine‘s centennial year, continues with further extracts from the February 1912 issue. As I doubt any issue does not contain at least a few cartoons involving monopolies, corporate corruption, and/or Wall street stock or bank dirty dealings, you can anticipate that once a month, the Cartoons Magazine celebration, will cross paths with our ongoing, […]

Woodrow Wilson: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 3

We continue our coverage of Cartoons Magazine‘s Centennial, with another set of extracts from the February 1912 second issue. Last month — i.e., January 1912 — saw pages of cartoons about not-yet-declared Presidential candidate T. Roosevelt, but only a single cartoon focused on eventual winner, Woodrow Wilson. A month later, Wilson received the four above […]

Freezing!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, February 1912, Part 2

While the East Coast of the U.S. is doubtful that it will have a Winter this year, Europe is currently plunged into extreme freezing. We continue the celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of Cartoons Magazine, with extracts from the February 1912 issue. Amongst the cartoonists, are Ole May, Clare Briggs and Harry J. Westerman (all […]

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