Recycle Newspaper Cartoons into Chic Envelopes

Making envelopes from Recycled paper

Australian newspaper cartoon depicting Indians eating solar panels attacked as racist

Australian newspaper cartoon depicting Indians eating solar panels attacked as racist

Sad TV news newspaper cartoon illustration

Sad TV news newspaper cartoon illustration

What is the deal with the Teddy Bear? While on a hunting trip as President, guides in Mississippi had arranged for Roosevelt to shoot an old bear they had tied to a tree. Roosevelt refused to do so, on sporting grounds. (Instead, he had someone else shoot the bear.) The first part of the incident became a newspaper cartoon, which then inspired a shopkeeper to sell stuffed bears, with Roosevelt’s permission.

26th US President Theodore Roosevelt

What is the deal with the Teddy Bear? While on a hunting trip as President, guides in Mississippi had arranged for Roosevelt to shoot an old bear they had tied to a tree. Roosevelt refused to do so, on sporting grounds. (Instead, he had someone else shoot the bear.) The first part of the incident became a newspaper cartoon, which then inspired a shopkeeper to sell stuffed bears, with Roosevelt’s permission.

What is the deal with the Teddy Bear? While on a hunting trip as President, guides in Mississippi had arranged for Roosevelt to shoot an old bear they had tied to a tree. Roosevelt refused to do so, on sporting grounds. (Instead, he had someone else shoot the bear.) The first part of the incident became a newspaper cartoon, which then inspired a shopkeeper to sell stuffed bears, with Roosevelt’s permission.

26th US President Theodore Roosevelt

What is the deal with the Teddy Bear? While on a hunting trip as President, guides in Mississippi had arranged for Roosevelt to shoot an old bear they had tied to a tree. Roosevelt refused to do so, on sporting grounds. (Instead, he had someone else shoot the bear.) The first part of the incident became a newspaper cartoon, which then inspired a shopkeeper to sell stuffed bears, with Roosevelt’s permission.

Newspaper cartoon showing danger of files to children in spreading polio, New Jersey, USA, 1916 (Naomi Rogers, Dirt and Disease: Polio Before FDR (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1990), p. 65)

Newspaper cartoon showing danger of flies to children in spreading polio, New Jersey, USA, 1916

Alley Oop's Ancestors: The Newspaper Cartoons of V.T. Hamlin

Alley Oop's Ancestors: The Newspaper Cartoons of V.T. Hamlin

The Paperback of the Alley Oop's Ancestors: The Newspaper Cartoons of V. Hamlin by Michael H.

NAUGHTY CHILDREN & STUPID ADULTS ANTIQUE NEWSPAPER CARTOON COMICS SCRAPBOOK PAGE

Naughty children & stupid adults antique newspaper cartoon comics scrapbook page

Newspaper Cartoons, Adult Humor, Scrapbook Pages, Ephemera, Fishing

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