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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 […]

To Hell With Politics!: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1912

Yeah, that’s right. I waited until September to show the cover of August’s Cartoons Magazine. Reason being that the theme in this posting’s collection, works best after the two Party Conventions. Thus, you’ve still been seeing cartoons from the August 1912 issue, a full week into September. The front cover’s inset cartoon by John Campbell […]

1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 3: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

Above, held until now, from the January 1912 issue One of Cartoons Magazine, a page on the effort of cities trying to get the Democratic National Convention (and its business) to be held in their city. At this point, the Republicans has already decided upon Chicago. The cartoons from the Chicago Daily News (top left) […]

Bryan vs. the Democratic Machine: 1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 2: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

< In 1912, the Democratic nomination was up for grabs going into the Convention, and Wall Street moneyed interests made a play at aligning with the Party Bosses in general — and the corrupt Tammany Hall in particular — at getting in their man (Champ Clark). They’d already succeeded in having their puppet — Taft […]

Delegates: 1912 Democratic National Convention, Part 1: Cartoons Magazine Centennial

< Today, our up-to-the-century coverage of the Democratic National Convention (of 1912), focuses on its delegates, with cartoons from the August 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine. Like the Republicans, Democratic delegates went into the Convention, without a clear winner for the nomination. In A Baltimore Moving Picture Film (the 1912 Convention was held in Baltimore; […]

Campaign Funds: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 17

Today’s topic, extracted from the August 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, is the eternal evil of American politics — Campaign Funding. (Or, as Republicans would have it, Corporations = People, and, Money = Speech. Though if you’re going to reduce it to a mathematical equation, then pure math would reveal that those with the most […]

Prohibition Party Convention: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 16

From the August 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, a page of cartoons on the Prohibition Party — still a small political movement at this point, and a favorite butt of jokes for cartoonists, but which will become powerful in future years. Its radical extremists calling for law-enforced morality, will eventually join with the Republican Party, […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 15

For August 1912, the two cartoonists hilighted by Cartoons Magazine, are William (“Billy”) A. Ireland (above), and Thomas A. Schroeder (below). In addition to the photos, bios, and example cartoons of each artist, is a cartoon portrait of Ireland, above, by Harry J. Westerman, plus one of Schroeder, below, by McConache of the Detroit Free […]

New Fangled Speed Machines: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 14 + September thru November 1912

Today’s posting is New Fangled Speed Machines, starting with the motorcycle daredevil above, in “One of Them”, by Ole May. Below, by John T. McCutcheon and others, aviation was frequently targeted along with the other new means of travel (automobiles, motorcycles) as vehicles of death. Both the above and below cartoons are extracted from the […]

Summer Heat: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, August 1912, Part 13 + October 1912

From the August 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, proof that 100 years ago, it got warm in the Summer! Take that, believers in Global Warming! (P.S. — no need to compare the temperatures involved — these cartoons are “fact” enough! It got hot back then, okay? What do NASA and climate scientists know about planet-wide […]

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