(January 1914)

H. H. Windsor, 1913 Series
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Volume:
5
Price:
0.15 USD
Pages:
132
Indicia frequency:
every month
Indicia / Colophon Publisher:
?
Brand:
?
Editing:
H. H. Windsor; H. H. Windsor (publisher)
Color:
Single Color covers; Black and White interior
Dimensions:
June 1913-July 1913 issues: 9 1/4" x 12" (23.5 cm x 30.5 cm); 1913-1921 issues: roughly 7" x 10" (17.8 cm x 25.4 cm)
Paper Stock:
Glossy cover; Heavy paperstock; later Newsprint ?
Binding:
Squarebound; later Saddle-stitched ?

Issue Notes

Actual dimensions for this issue: 6 3/4 inches wide x 9 13/16 inches tall. Published the 20th of every month. Publishing address: 318 W. Washington Street, Chicago, IL. Copyright 1914 by H. H. Windsor.


Your Uncle Samuel's Income-Tax Face (Table of Contents)

cover / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Fred Morgan (signed)
Pencils:
Fred Morgan (signed)
Inks:
Fred Morgan (signed)
Colors:
?
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Uncle Samuel [Uncle Sam]
Synopsis:
Uncle Samuel is upset over Income Tax regulations.
Reprints:
  • Reprinted cartoon from Philadelphia Inquirer from sometime in 1913.
Keywords:
political

[untitled] (Table of Contents)

advertisement / 3 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Letters:
typeset

Indexer Notes

From inside front cover and for next two pages contains full page ads for Burlington Watch Company; Detroit School of Lettering; Engineer's Equipment Co. (Inc.)

Classified Advertisements (Table of Contents)

advertisement / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Letters:
typeset

Do You Like To Draw? (Table of Contents)

advertisement / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
? (vignette)
Inks:
? (vignette)
Letters:
typeset

Indexer Notes

Ad for W. L. Evans School of Cartooning.

[Half-Title Page] Cartoons Magazine, The (Table of Contents)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script:
H. H. Windsor
Letters:
typeset

Cartoon and the Defeat of Tammany Hall, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
Frank Parker Stockbridge; Thomas Nast (signed); Clive Weed (signed); C. R. Macaulay (signed); Boardman Robinson (signed)
Pencils:
Thomas Nast (signed); Clive Weed (signed); C. R. Macaulay (signed); Boardman Robinson (signed)
Inks:
Thomas Nast (signed); Clive Weed (signed); C. R. Macaulay (signed); Boardman Robinson (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Thomas Nast (signed); Clive Weed (signed); C. R. Macaulay (signed); Boardman Robinson (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; biography; satire-parody
Characters:
Boss Tweed; Charles F. Murphy; Tammany Tiger
Synopsis:
Heavily illustrated article examining how cartoonists helped bring down Tammany Hall in New York City from 1871 through the 1913 election.
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Nast cartoons from Harper's Weekly (October 30, 1871. Two others undated from 1871). Weed cartoon from New York Tribune from 1913. Macaulay cartoons from the New York World from 1913. Robinson cartoon from the New York Tribune from 1913.
Keywords:
political

"Love Laughs At Locksmiths"--Also Dukes (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Pencils:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Inks:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Robert W. Satterfield (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Duke of Abruzzi
Synopsis:
Editorial cartoon satire on the love life of the Duke of Abruzzi
Reprints:
  • Satterfield editorial cartoon reprint from Satterfield Cartoon Service from 1913
Keywords:
political

Domestic Zoo, A (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
French (signed)
Pencils:
French (signed)
Inks:
French (signed)
Letters:
French (signed); typeset

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Bobbie
Synopsis:
Bobbie talks about his family. Reference to actual people this cartoon was referring to is unknown
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Editorial cartoon from Chicago Record Herald from 1913.
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Cartoon copyright 1913 by Henry Barrett Chamberlin

Clean Advertising (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
W. C. Spencer (signed)
Pencils:
W. C. Spencer (signed)
Inks:
W. C. Spencer (signed)
Letters:
W. C. Spencer (signed); typeset

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
A editorial against modern journalism
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Editorial cartoon from the Denver Times from 1913
Keywords:
political

What Will be the Fate of the Chinese Republic? (Table of Contents)

comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Barnett (signed)
Pencils:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Barnett (signed)
Inks:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Barnett (signed)
Letters:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Barnett (signed); typeset

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Article with two cartoons detailing United States newspaper's reactions to the overthrow of the Chinese monarchy
Reprints:
  • Editorial cartoon reprint from St. Louis Post Dispatch from 1913
  • Editorial cartoon reprint from the Los Angeles Tribune from 1913?
Keywords:
political

Rebuffed By An Old Friend (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Caine (signed)
Pencils:
Caine (signed)
Inks:
Caine (signed)
Letters:
Caine (signed); typeset

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
William Jennings Bryant
Synopsis:
Bryant is rebuffed by the Anti-Saloon League of America
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Editorial cartoon from St. Paul Pioneer Press from 1913?
Keywords:
political

How the Wilson Administration Is Regarded (Table of Contents)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Park Sumner (signed); Harold Heaton (signed); McKee Barclay (signed)
Pencils:
Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Park Sumner (signed); Harold Heaton (signed); McKee Barclay (signed)
Inks:
Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Park Sumner (signed); Harold Heaton (signed); McKee Barclay (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Park Sumner (signed); Harold Heaton (signed); McKee Barclay (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Woodrow Wilson
Synopsis:
Article heavily illustrated by editorial cartoons lists the take many newspapers are having on the Woodrow Wilson Presidency
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Darling editorial cartoon from Des Moines Register And Leader from ?
  • Sumner editorial cartoon from Detroit Tribune from ? Heaton editorial cartoon from Chicago Inter Ocean from ? Barclay editorial cartoons from Baltimore Sun from ?
Keywords:
political

These Parcel-Post Days (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Louis Winterhalder (signed); J. F. Bronstrup (signed)
Pencils:
Louis Winterhalder (signed); J. F. Bronstrup (signed)
Inks:
Louis Winterhalder (signed); J. F. Bronstrup (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Louis Winterhalder (signed); J. F. Bronstrup (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Uncle Sam
Synopsis:
Two editorial cartoons about postal delays using Parcel Post method of delivery
Reprints:
  • Winterhalder editorial cartoon reprint from New Orleans Picayune from ? Bronstrup editorial cartoon from San Francisco Post from ?
Keywords:
political

Cartooning "Contract Charley" (Table of Contents)

text article / 2.5 pages (report information)

Script:
Harry Osborn
Pencils:
Harry Osborn (signed)
Inks:
Harry Osborn (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Harry Osborn

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Osborn talks about his recent work on the Baltimore Sun, with a couple of his cartoons reprinted
Reprints:
  • Osborn editorial cartoon reprints from the Baltimore Sun from ?
Keywords:
political

Incidents In The Lives Of Great Inventors (Table of Contents)

filler / 0.5 page (report information)

Script:
Webster (signed)
Pencils:
Webster (signed)
Inks:
Webster (signed)
Letters:
typeset: Webster (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Characters:
James Watt
Synopsis:
James Watt discovers steam
Reprints:
  • Webster editorial cartoon from Cincinnati Times-Star from ?

Soaring Price of Eggs and Its Causes, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Edward S. Reynolds (signed); Clifford B. Knight (signed); W. C. Spencer (signed); Nelson Harding (signed)
Pencils:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Edward S. Reynolds (signed); Clifford B. Knight (signed); W. C. Spencer (signed); Nelson Harding (signed)
Inks:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Edward S. Reynolds (signed); Clifford B. Knight (signed); W. C. Spencer (signed); Nelson Harding (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Edward S. Reynolds (signed); Clifford B. Knight (signed); W. C. Spencer (signed); Nelson Harding (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Humpty Dumpty
Synopsis:
Article with cartoon illustrations detailing newspaper coverage of the rise in the cost of eggs
Reprints:
  • Fitzpatrick editorial cartoon reprint from St. Louis Dispatch from 1913? Reynolds editorial cartoon reprint from Portland Oregonian from 1913? Knight editorial cartoon reprint from Hartford Post from 1913? Spencer editorial cartoon from Denver Post from 1913? Harding editorial cartoon reprint from the Brooklyn Eagle from 1913?
Keywords:
political

School Days (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Temple (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Pencils:
Temple (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Inks:
Temple (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Temple (signed); Bushnell (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Two cartoons about going to school
Reprints:
  • Temple editorial cartoon reprint from Cleveland Plain Dealer from ? Bushnell editorial cartoon reprint from Cincinnati Times Star from ?
Keywords:
political

Everybody is Puzzling over the Income Tax (Table of Contents)

comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Fred Morgan (signed); H Hodge (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Hanny (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed)
Pencils:
Fred Morgan (signed); H Hodge (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Hanny (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed)
Inks:
Fred Morgan (signed); H Hodge (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Hanny (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Fred Morgan (signed); H Hodge (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Hanny (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Uncle Samuel [Uncle Sam]
Synopsis:
Article mostly illustrated with editorial cartoons about the new income tax law as seen by national newspapers
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Morgan editorial cartoon from Philadelphia Inquirer from 1913. Hodge editorial cartoon reprint from the Spokane Spokesman Review from 1913? Gage editorial cartoon from the Philadelphia Press from 1913? Hanny editorial cartoon from the St. Joseph News Press from 1913. Starrett editorial cartoon reprint from the Albany Knickerbocker Press from 1913?
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Fred Morgan's editorial cartoon was used on the cover, copyright 1913 by Philadelphia Inquirer

Annual Outgo Tax, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Whiting (signed); Donnell (signed)
Pencils:
Whiting (signed); Donnell (signed)
Inks:
Whiting (signed); Donnell (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Whiting (signed); Donnell (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Two cartoons about the Coal Trust
Reprints:
  • Whiting editorial cartoon reprint from Louisville Post from ? Donnell editorial cartoon reprint from St. Louis Globe Democrat from ?
Keywords:
political

Path Of Danger, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Thomas (signed); James H. Donahey (signed); Baird (signed)
Pencils:
Thomas (signed); James H. Donahey (signed); Baird (signed)
Inks:
Thomas (signed); James H. Donahey (signed); Baird (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Thomas (signed); James H. Donahey (signed); Baird (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Three cartoons critical of women who are tempted into losing their virtue
Reprints:
  • Donahey editorial cartoon reprint from the Cleveland Plain Dealer from ? Thomas editorial cartoon reprint from Detroit News from ? Baird editorial cartoon reprint from the Chicago American from ?
Keywords:
political

Mexico Still Foremost as a Topic of Discussion (Table of Contents)

comic story / 9.5 pages (report information)

Script:
?; James North (signed); Bartholomew (signed) [as Bart]; McKee Barclay (signed); Benjamin Franklin Hammond (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Paul Plaschke (signed); Nelson Harding (signed); Clive Weed (signed)
Pencils:
James North (signed); Bartholomew (signed) [as Bart]; McKee Barclay (signed); Benjamin Franklin Hammond (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Paul Plaschke (signed); Nelson Harding (signed); Clive Weed (signed)
Inks:
James North (signed); Bartholomew (signed) [as Bart]; McKee Barclay (signed); Benjamin Franklin Hammond (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Paul Plaschke (signed); Nelson Harding (signed); Clive Weed (signed)
Letters:
typeset; James North (signed); Bartholomew (signed) [as Bart]; McKee Barclay (signed); Benjamin Franklin Hammond (signed); Hy Gage (signed); Paul Plaschke (signed); Nelson Harding (signed); Clive Weed (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Uncle Sam; Mexican President Adolfo de la Huerta; John D. Rockefeller; John Bull; Woodrow Wilson
Synopsis:
Article with cartoon illustrations about American newspaper reaction to the Mexican Revolution.
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • North editorial cartoon from the Tacoma Ledger from 1913? Bartholomew editorial cartoon from the Minneapolis Journal from 1913? Barclay editorial cartoon from Baltimore Sun from 1913? Hammond editorial cartoon from Wichita Eagle from 1913? Gage from Philadelphia Press from 1913? Plaschke editorial cartoons from Louisville Times from 1913? Harding editorial cartoon from Brooklyn Eagle from 1913? Weed editorial cartoon from the New York Tribune from 1913?
Keywords:
political

What Has Become Of The Old-Fashioned Grandfather? (Table of Contents)

filler / 0.5 page (report information)

Script:
Sara Moore (signed)
Pencils:
Sara Moore (signed)
Inks:
Sara Moore (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Sara Moore (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
20th Century Grandpa likes flirting with young women
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Gag cartoon from Philadelphia Inquirer from 1913

Indexer Notes

Cartoon copyright 1913 by Herbert Pointing

"Cartoonette", A (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Sara Moore (signed)
Pencils:
Sara Moore (signed)
Inks:
Sara Moore (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Sara Moore (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Gag about how modern women still will not go out on dates with questionable men
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Detroit News from 1913.

Indexer Notes

Cartoon copyright 1913 by Herbert Ponting

Currency Bill Still in the Balance, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 7 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Robert W. Satterfield (signed); Gregg (signed); Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Charles Henry "Bill" Sykes (signed); Raymond O. Evans (signed); Billy De Beck (signed); McBride (signed); Naughton (signed); Donnell (signed)
Pencils:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed); Gregg (signed); Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Charles Henry "Bill" Sykes (signed); Raymond O. Evans (signed); Billy De Beck (signed); McBride (signed); Naughton (signed); Donnell (signed)
Inks:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed); Gregg (signed); Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Charles Henry "Bill" Sykes (signed); Raymond O. Evans (signed); Billy De Beck (signed); McBride (signed); Naughton (signed); Donnell (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Robert W. Satterfield (signed); Gregg (signed); Jay Norwood Darling (signed) [as J.N. Ding]; Charles Henry "Bill" Sykes (signed); Raymond O. Evans (signed); Billy De Beck (signed); McBride (signed); Naughton (signed); Donnell (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Woodrow Wilson
Synopsis:
Article with cartoon illustrations examining newspaper's coverage of Currency legislation
Reprints:
  • Satterfield editorial cartoon reprint from Satterfield Cartoon Service from 1913
  • Sykes editorial cartoon reprint from Philadelphia Public Ledger from 1913
  • Evans editorial cartoon reprint from Baltimore American from 1913
  • De Beck editorial cartoon reprint from Pittsburgh Gazette Times from 1913
  • McBride editorial cartoon reprint from the St. Louis Republic from 1913
  • Naughton editorial cartoon reprint from Duluth Herald from 1913
  • Donnell editorial cartoon reprint from St. Louis Globe Democrat from 1913.
Keywords:
political

Still Loyal To An Old Friend (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Donnell (signed)
Pencils:
Donnell (signed)
Inks:
Donnell (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Donnell (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
People stlll show up to Horse Shows though they now drive cars
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from St. Louis Globe Democrat from 1913?

He Should Worry! (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
J. E. Murphy (signed)
Pencils:
J. E. Murphy (signed)
Inks:
J. E. Murphy (signed)
Letters:
typeset; J. E. Murphy (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
The farmers from the Northwest should not be happy over wheat failures in India, Argentina, & Australia
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from Portland Journal from 1913?
Keywords:
political

Bert -J- Griswold Cartoonist Of The Fort Wayne Sentinel (Table of Contents)

text article / 1.5 pages (report information)

Script:
Bert J Griswold
Pencils:
Bert J Griswold
Inks:
Bert J Griswold
Letters:
typeset; Bert J Griswold

Genre:
biography
Synopsis:
Bert talks about his work
Reprints:
  • Cartoon reprint from Fort Wayne Sentinel from ?

Mad King of Vulgaria, The (Table of Contents)

filler / 0.5 page (report information)

Script:
Thomas (signed)
Pencils:
Thomas (signed)
Inks:
Thomas (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Thomas (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Kaiser Wilhelm II; Queen Mary
Synopsis:
The Kaiser and Queen Mary act in horror as a human personification of "The Tango" dances with a human personification of "Europe." A reference to efforts by both to ban the dance as being vulgar
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Detroit News from ?
Keywords:
political

Autumn Harvest of Death on the Great Lakes, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Tom May (signed); Ole May (signed); James H. Donahey
Pencils:
Tom May (signed); Ole May (signed); James H. Donahey
Inks:
Tom May (signed); Ole May (signed); James H. Donahey
Letters:
typeset; Tom May (signed); Ole May (signed); James H. Donahey

Genre:
advocacy
Characters:
Uncle Sam; Grim Reaper
Synopsis:
Short article and cartoons examining a deadly Great Lakes' November storm
Reprints:
  • Tom May editorial cartoon reprint from the Detroit News from November 1913
  • Ole May editorial cartoon reprint from the Cleveland Leader from November 1913. Donahey editorial cartoon reprint from the Cleveland Plain Dealer from November 1913.
Keywords:
political

When Everybody Gets Suspicious (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Pencils:
W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Inks:
W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Letters:
typeset; W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Man has trouble giving away mushrooms
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from Columbus Dispatch from ?

Ups And Downs (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Philip Baynes (signed)
Pencils:
Philip Baynes (signed)
Inks:
Philip Baynes (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Philip Baynes (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Man cannot eat lunch due to being seasick
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from London Tatler from ?

Enemies To Society (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Harry J. Tuthill (signed)
Pencils:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Harry J. Tuthill (signed)
Inks:
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Harry J. Tuthill (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (signed); Harry J. Tuthill (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Two cartoons focusing on business greed and labor violence
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • Fitzpatrick & Tuthill editorial cartoons from St. Louis Post Dispatch from ?
Keywords:
political

Overthrow of Tammany and Its Consequences, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 9 pages (report information)

Script:
?; C. R. Macaulay (signed); W. A. Rogers (signed); Oscar Cesare (signed); Nelson Harding (signed) ; Gregg (signed); Hruska (signed); J. Hunter (signed); Barnett (signed); W. Starrett (signed)
Pencils:
C. R. Macaulay (signed); W. A. Rogers (signed); Oscar Cesare (signed); Nelson Harding (signed) ; Gregg (signed); Hruska (signed); J. Hunter (signed); Barnett (signed); W. Starrett (signed)
Inks:
C. R. Macaulay (signed); W. A. Rogers (signed); Oscar Cesare (signed); Nelson Harding (signed) ; Gregg (signed); Hruska (signed); J. Hunter (signed); Barnett (signed); W. Starrett (signed)
Letters:
typeset; C. R. Macaulay (signed); W. A. Rogers (signed); Oscar Cesare (signed); Nelson Harding (signed) ; Gregg (signed); Hruska (signed); J. Hunter (signed); Barnett (signed); W. Starrett (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Tammany Tiger; New York Governor William Sulzer; Charles F. Murphy
Synopsis:
Article and cartoons examining national newspaper coverage of the 1913 New York City elections.
Reprints:
  • Macaulay editorial cartoon reprint from the New York World from October 20, 1913. Rogers editorial cartoon reprint from the New York World from 1913. Cesare editorial cartoon reprint from New York Sun from 1913. Harding editorial cartoon reprint from Brooklyn Eagle from 1913. Gregg editorial cartoon reprint from the Atlanta Constitution from 1913. Hruska editorial cartoon reprint from Cedar Rapids Gazette from 1913. Hunter editorial cartoon reprint from Toronto World from 1913
Keywords:
political

High Cost Of Living, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 5 pages (report information)

Script:
Frank Spangler, Sr. (signed); French (signed); Hy Gage (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Pencils:
Frank Spangler, Sr. (signed); French (signed); Hy Gage (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Inks:
Frank Spangler, Sr. (signed); French (signed); Hy Gage (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed); Bushnell (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Frank Spangler, Sr. (signed); French (signed); Hy Gage (signed); W. K. Starrett (signed); Bushnell (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Congressman Oscar W. Underwood (Democrat, Alabama)
Synopsis:
Cartoons about the growing cost of living and the Underwood-Simmons Tariff Bill
Reprints:
  • Spangler editorial cartoon reprint from Montgomery Advertiser from 1913. French editorial cartoon reprint from the Chicago Record Herald from 1913. Gage editorial cartoon reprint from the Philadelphia Press from 1913? Starrett editorial cartoon reprint from Albany Knickerbocker Press from 1913. Bushnell editorial cartoon reprint from the Cincinnati Times Star from 1913.
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

French cartoon listed as copyright 1913 by Henry Barrett Chamberlin

These Sky-Scraper Plumes (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Raymond O. Evans (signed)
Pencils:
Raymond O. Evans (signed)
Inks:
Raymond O. Evans (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Raymond O. Evans (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Husband has to walk on stilts to hold umbrella over wife with very tall hat then in fashion
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Baltimore American from 1913?

Colonel and His South American Junket, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 3 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Oscar Cesare (signed); Carlos C. Wiedner (signed)
Pencils:
Oscar Cesare (signed); Carlos C. Wiedner (signed)
Inks:
Oscar Cesare (signed); Carlos C. Wiedner (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Oscar Cesare (signed); Carlos C. Wiedner (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Theodore Roosevelt
Synopsis:
Article and two cartoons examing newspaper coverage of former President Theodore Roosevelt's trip to South America
Reprints:
  • Cesare editorial cartoon reprint from the New York Sun from 1913. Wiedner editorial cartoon reprint entitled "Sucesos" from Valparaiso, Chile, from 1913
Keywords:
political

Old Man Winter On The Job (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
Muheim (signed); Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Pencils:
Muheim (signed); Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Inks:
Muheim (signed); Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Muheim (signed); Robert W. Satterfield (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Two cartoons about the cold winter
Reprints:
  • Muheim editorial cartoon reprint from the Jacksonville Metropolis. Satterfield editorial cartoon reprint from Satterfield Cartoon Service from 1913

One Can't Be Too Careful (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Arthur Buel (signed)
Pencils:
Arthur Buel (signed)
Inks:
Arthur Buel (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Arthur Buel (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Satire of people going overboard on hygiene
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Sacremento Bee from 1913

Nelan's Old Table (Table of Contents)

text article / 1.5 pages (report information)

Script:
Clifford B. Knight (signed)
Pencils:
Clifford B. Knight (signed)
Inks:
Clifford B. Knight (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Clifford B. Knight (signed)

Genre:
biography
Characters:
Clifford B. Knight
Synopsis:
Knight tells of how he was unable to obtain cartoonist Charles Nelan's drawing table from his lawyer, but instead met his widow, Mrs Nelan. From her he found that is was she, and not her husband, who drew the faces of women in his cartoons

"Mamma, is it warm where we're going?" (Table of Contents)

filler / 0.5 page (report information)

Script:
Ole May (signed)
Pencils:
Ole May (signed)
Inks:
Ole May (signed)
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
advocacy
Synopsis:
Mother leads her kids through the snow
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Cleveland Ledger from 1913?
Keywords:
political

Mistaken (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Tom Thurlby (signed)
Pencils:
Tom Thurlby (signed)
Inks:
Tom Thurlby (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Tom Thurlby (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Characters:
John Doe (death)
Synopsis:
Hunter John Doe returns from his hunting trip in a casket, his hunting dog sitting on top looking sad
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Seattle Post Intelligencer from 1913?

Speed Mania, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script:
Allan Halladay (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed); Fontaine Fox (signed); Ole May (signed); Hanny (signed)
Pencils:
Allan Halladay (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed); Fontaine Fox (signed); Ole May (signed); Hanny (signed)
Inks:
Allan Halladay (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed); Fontaine Fox (signed); Ole May (signed); Hanny (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Allan Halladay (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed); Fontaine Fox (signed); Ole May (signed); Hanny (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Synopsis:
Five cartoons attacking reckless driving and living beyond one's means when owning a car
Reprints:
  • Halladay editorial cartoon reprint from the Providence Journal from 1913? Ireland editorial cartoon reprint from Columbus Dispatch from 1913? Fox editorial cartoon reprint from the Chicago Post from 1913? Ole May editorial cartoon reprint from the Cleveland Leader from 1913? Hanny editorial cartoon reprint from St. Joseph News Press from 1913.

Apropos Of National Prohibition (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
O'Loughlin (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Pencils:
O'Loughlin (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Inks:
O'Loughlin (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)
Letters:
typeset; O'Loughlin (signed); W. A. "Billy" Ireland (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
Cartoons about alcohol prohibition
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • O'Loughlin editorial cartoon reprint from the Portland Telegram from 1913?
  • Ireland editorial cartoon reprint from the Columbus Dispatch from 1913?
Keywords:
political

Indexer Notes

Ireland credits from Randy Scott with the Michigan State University Comic Art Collection (August 17, 2004)

Was Columbus a Human Shad? (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Barnett (signed)
Pencils:
Barnett (signed)
Inks:
Barnett (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Barnett (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Characters:
Christopher Columbus
Synopsis:
Cartoon about exhibiting the bones of Christopher Columbus
Reprints:
  • Editorial cartoon reprint from the Los Angeles Tribune from 1913?

Indexer Notes

Credit for this sequence from Michigan State University Comic Art Collection Catalog

Recent Grade-Crossing Disaster, The (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Wood Cowan (signed)
Pencils:
Wood Cowan (signed)
Inks:
Wood Cowan (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Wood Cowan (signed)

Genre:
advocacy
Synopsis:
Cartoon warning about being careful at railroad crossings
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the New Orleans Item from 1913?
Keywords:
political

In Winter Quarters (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Park Sumner (signed)
Pencils:
Park Sumner (signed)
Inks:
Park Sumner (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Park Sumner (signed)

Genre:
satire-parody
Characters:
Brer Rabbit
Synopsis:
Brer Rabbit comes across Mr. Groundhog's home to find it closed for the winter
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from the Detroit Tribune from 1913?

F. Opper (Table of Contents)

text article / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Pencils:
Frederick Burr Opper (vignettes); Paul Thompson (Photo)
Inks:
Frederick Burr Opper (vignettes); Paul Thompson (Photo)
Letters:
typeset; Frederick Burr Opper

Genre:
biography
Characters:
Uncle Trusty
Synopsis:
Article about Opper's cartoon work

What The Cartoonists Are Doing (Table of Contents)

comic story / 2 pages (report information)

Script:
?; Tom May (signed); Thomas (signed)
Pencils:
Tom May (signed); Thomas (signed)
Inks:
Tom May (signed); Thomas (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Tom May (signed); Thomas (signed)

Genre:
non-fiction
Characters:
Uncle Sam
Synopsis:
News about cartoonists Tuthill, "Jimmie" Swinnerton, "Tad" Dorgan, "Rube" Goldberg, Fred Opper, Tom Powers, George McManus, Cliff Sterret, Rudolph Block, Winsor McCay, J. Stuart Blacton, Terry Gilkinson, and Walter E. Stark. May's cartoon was about various people representing society ills being washed away. Thomas' cartoon has Uncle Sam warning the alleged Vaudeville trust with the Sherman Anti-Trust law stick
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • May cartoon from the Detroit Times from 1913? Thomas cartoon from the Detroit News from 1913

Indexer Notes

Two cartoons reprinted in article

Trying To Square Himself (Table of Contents)

comic story / 1 page (report information)

Script:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Pencils:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Inks:
Robert W. Satterfield (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Robert W. Satterfield (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Characters:
Mendel Beiliss
Synopsis:
Beiliss shows with pride his bloody sword and the paper showing his acquittal of murder in his involvement in Jewish persecution in Russia
Reprints: show reprint note before migration
  • from Boston Traveler and Herald from 1913
Keywords:
political

Monthly Record Of Current Events November, 1913, A (Table of Contents)

text article / 1.5 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Letters:
typeset

Genre:
non-fiction
Synopsis:
An article with the breakdown of domestic, political, foreign, and obituary news for the month of November 1913

New York Courts Say Married Teachers May Become Mothers (Table of Contents)

comic story / 0.5 page (report information)

Script:
Boardman Robinson (signed)
Pencils:
Boardman Robinson (signed)
Inks:
Boardman Robinson (signed)
Letters:
typeset; Boardman Robinson (signed)

Genre:
advocacy; satire-parody
Synopsis:
A female teacher and her baby hand a copy of the new law to Board of Education members
Reprints:
  • Reprint from the New York Tribune from 1913?
Keywords:
political

[untitled] (Table of Contents)

advertisement / 9 pages (report information)

Script:
?
Letters:
typeset

Indexer Notes

Including inside cover. Full page ads for: School of Applied Art in Battle Creek, Michigan; Hamburg-American Line in New York; Coombs Automatic India Ink Fountain Pen Company in Kansas City, Missouri; Popular Mechanics Book Department; Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co from Windsor, Ontario; and Rayfield Motor Company of Chicago, Illinois

[no title indexed] (Table of Contents)

advertisement / 1 page (report information)

Script:
?
Colors:
?
Letters:
typeset

Indexer Notes

Ad for the Landon School of Cleveland, Ohio. School for comic artists and cartoonists. Single red border is the only color on the back cover

Editing

Table of Contents

  1. 0. Your Uncle Samuel's Income-Tax Face
  2. 1. [untitled]
  3. 2. Classified Advertisements
  4. 3. Do You Like To Draw?
  5. 4. [Half-Title Page] Cartoons Magazine, The
  6. 5. Cartoon and the Defeat of Tammany Hall, The
  7. 6. "Love Laughs At Locksmiths"--Also Dukes
  8. 7. Domestic Zoo, A
  9. 8. Clean Advertising
  10. 9. What Will be the Fate of the Chinese Republic?
  11. 10. Rebuffed By An Old Friend
  12. 11. How the Wilson Administration Is Regarded
  13. 12. These Parcel-Post Days
  14. 13. Cartooning "Contract Charley"
  15. 14. Incidents In The Lives Of Great Inventors
  16. 15. Soaring Price of Eggs and Its Causes, The
  17. 16. School Days
  18. 17. Everybody is Puzzling over the Income Tax
  19. 18. Annual Outgo Tax, The
  20. 19. Path Of Danger, The
  21. 20. Mexico Still Foremost as a Topic of Discussion
  22. 21. What Has Become Of The Old-Fashioned Grandfather?
  23. 22. "Cartoonette", A
  24. 23. Currency Bill Still in the Balance, The
  25. 24. Still Loyal To An Old Friend
  26. 25. He Should Worry!
  27. 26. Bert -J- Griswold Cartoonist Of The Fort Wayne Sentinel
  28. 27. Mad King of Vulgaria, The
  29. 28. Autumn Harvest of Death on the Great Lakes, The
  30. 29. When Everybody Gets Suspicious
  31. 30. Ups And Downs
  32. 31. Enemies To Society
  33. 32. Overthrow of Tammany and Its Consequences, The
  34. 33. High Cost Of Living, The
  35. 34. These Sky-Scraper Plumes
  36. 35. Colonel and His South American Junket, The
  37. 36. Old Man Winter On The Job
  38. 37. One Can't Be Too Careful
  39. 38. Nelan's Old Table
  40. 39. "Mamma, is it warm where we're going?"
  41. 40. Mistaken
  42. 41. Speed Mania, The
  43. 42. Apropos Of National Prohibition
  44. 43. Was Columbus a Human Shad?
  45. 44. Recent Grade-Crossing Disaster, The
  46. 45. In Winter Quarters
  47. 46. F. Opper
  48. 47. What The Cartoonists Are Doing
  49. 48. Trying To Square Himself
  50. 49. Monthly Record Of Current Events November, 1913, A
  51. 50. New York Courts Say Married Teachers May Become Mothers
  52. 51. [untitled]
  53. 52. [no title indexed]
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