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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 […]

Women’s History Month: British Suffrage Cartoons: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

While American Suffragettes were parading and demonstrating, their British counter-parts were adapting more radical tactics, such as throwing bricks through shop windows. What percent of British Suffragettes actually engaged in violent or destructive protest, versus non-violent demonstration, I don’t know. But even if just a small number, the anti-suffrage crowd on both sides of the […]

William Jennings Bryan — Secretary of State: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

Amongst the many positions which newly elected President Woodrow Wilson had to pick, was Secretary of State. Wilson, elected in November 1912, would not assume the Presidency until March 1913, and so had plenty of time to make his decisions — and took his time in announcing them. William Jennings Bryan, who had been the […]

Wilson’s Inauguration: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

The first thing to understand about Woodrow Wilson‘s first inaugural, is that in his time, a President-Elect did not take office until March! Above, we have cartoons by Harry Murphy and Fontaine Fox — from the January 1913 edition of Cartoons Magazine — making fun of the idea of moving the Inauguration Date earlier, into […]

The President’s Cabinet: Cartoons Magazine Centennial 1913

In this week’s news, we’ve been hearing about President Obama’s nominations for changes in Cabinet members for his second term. Meanwhile (late 1912/early 1913), President-Elect Wilson had the slightly different job of making his initial Cabinet choices (and at this date, had plenty of time yet — his Inauguration wasn’t until March). Above, Woodrow Wilson […]

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 […]

Good Ol’ Days: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, December 1912

From the December 1912 issue, we finish our coverage of the first year of Cartoons Magazine, with (appropriately enough) an assortment of cartoons on the humors of contemporary life. Above, a few Winter “Indoor Sports”, by H.T. Webster and Gaar Williams. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and […]

Winter Heating: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, December 1912

From the December 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, we have a few cartoons on the change in the weather, starting with above, by Elmer Donnell. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Below, from Ralph Everett Wilder, and others. Next, by Paul A. Plaschke. Doug […]

Christmas Helping 1: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, December 1912

From the December 1912 issue of Cartoons Magazine, we comes a small helping of Christmas cartoons. Click on the above & below pictures, to view the cartoons in detail, and read their captions. Above, by Frank Michael Spangler and H.T. Webster. Below, by George W. French. Above, William Kemp Starrett; below, O’Loughlin. Doug Wheeler Christmas […]

Focus on Cartoonists: Cartoons Magazine Centennial, December 1912

Without an election to cover, with December 1912, Cartoons Magazine made several alterations in format. One was that with potent subject matter reduced, there is a reduction in the average number of cartoons per page, including a significant increase in the number of full page cartoons. Another change, is a huge jump in the number […]

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