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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 […]

European Cartoons: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 13

We conclude our review of the June 1912 edition of Cartoons Magazine, with samples of the European cartoons found within. Above, French humor publication Le Rire, depicts the roughly three month 1912 trip of Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, in France. Below, commentary involving Americans, from Italy, France, and Hungary. Click on the above & […]

Good Ol’ Days: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 12

For today, a potpourri from the June 1912 edition of Cartoons Magazine, on the wonders of our modern age! (Minus, roughly, a century…) Above, by John T. McCutcheon, The New Neighbors, having their belongings transported by a modern moving van with spoke-wheeled tires, rather than the traditional horse-and-wagon. Note also, the very latest in musical […]

Baseball: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 11

From June 1912 — back in the days when baseball actually was “America’s Favorite Pastime”, and a favorite topic of America’s cartoonists — come the following Cartoons Magazine extracts. My usual “and others” for contributions by lesser cartoonists not being tracked, does not even appear today, as all the contributors are stars. Above left, kids […]

Campaign Funds: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 10

Tomorrow, the 1912 Republican National Convention starts! Make certain you have your train, trolley, bi-plane tickets, or your jalopies, ready to make it to Chicago! Above, one can’t have an insurgency against the system, without loads of cash funding from the same oppressors you’re hoping to overthrow! In the June 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, […]

U.S. & Neighbors: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 9

We take a brief political break (sort of) to look at the U.S.’s international relationships, circa 1912, all from the June 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Above, a set of cartoons regarding the ongoing Mexican Revolution, by Frank Michael Spangler and others. Below, Boardman Robinson, Loeb, and the New York Yiddish newspaper The Kibitzer, on […]

Taft vs. T.R.: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 8

Next week, our Cartoons Magazine Centennial Year coverage will be dominated by the Republican’s disastrous 1912 Convention — in what still ranks as the largest convention fight in American History. So, in preparation for that, today we feature the final bits of satirized pre-Party Split acrimony between William Howard Taft and Teddy Roosevelt, in Cartoons […]

William Howard Taft: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 7

Above, two cartoonists (one of them Ole May) parody a campaign speech by William Howard Taft, in which Taft made the highly tasteless move of lamenting what might have happened had Teddy Roosevelt been aboard the recently sunk Titanic. Below, from the same June 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, Ole May, Charles Bowers, Richard Keith […]

William Jennings Bryan: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, June 1912, Part 6

Above, from Cartoons Magazine‘s June 1912 issue, while Republican fireworks are about to go off at next week’s 1912 National Convention, Democrats were also approaching their convention without any candidate clearly the winner. Thus, speculation continued that William Jennings Bryan — twice the Democratic Presidential nominee, might attempt to seize the nomination for a third […]

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