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My Life 100 Years Ago - Cartoons

Collection by Mary Grace McGeehan

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"The comic-supplement artist's paradise," Judge magazine, February 1918 Cambridge Student, Best Short Stories, Fifty Cent, Saturday Evening Post, Cool Magazine, African American Men, Young Black, Library Of Congress, Vintage World Maps

Judge magazine cartoon, 1918

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Yapp's Crossing cartoon, Johnny Gruelle, 1918

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Art Young cartoon of The Masses trial, The Liberator, 1918 World War I, My Life, Cartoons, Fictional Characters, World War One, Cartoon, Cartoon Movies, Fantasy Characters, Comics And Cartoons

Art Young cartoon, The Liberator, 1918

Art Young cartoon of The Masses trial, The Liberator, 1918

Cartoon by Rea Irvin, Life magazine, December Cool Magazine, Life Magazine, My Antonia, Best Ads, Red Cross, New Books, December, Cartoons

The best and worst of December 1918: Book talk, strewn violets, a sad loss, and a magazine of the future

Cartoon by Rea Irvin, Life magazine, December 5, 1918.

The best and worst of November Fake and real armistices, osculation, and meat we’ll learn to like Remembrance Day, Something To Do, City Photo, November, Cartoons, War, Magazine, Good Things, Learning

The best and worst of November 1918: Fake and real armistices, osculation, and meat we’ll learn to like

Harry Gant Dart cartoon, Judge magazine, November 30, 1918

A cartoon on a popular theme: the cluelessness of American soldiers in France during World War I. American Soldiers, A Cartoon, World War I, Battle, January, France, Magazine, Popular, Life

My Year in World War I: A Centenary Reflection

A cartoon on a popular theme: the cluelessness of American soldiers in France during World War I. Judge magazine, January 19, 1918.

A cartoon reflecting American concern about German spies during World War I, Life magazine, March 1918 A Cartoon, Life Magazine, World War I, Reflection, Battle, German, March, American, Deutsch

My Year in World War I: A Centenary Reflection

A cartoon reflecting American concern about German spies during World War I, Life magazine, March 14, 1918

Cornelia Barns cartoon in the inaugural issue of The Liberator, March 1918 Barns, Cover Art, More Fun, Cartoons, Good Things, Humor, Painting, Life, Cartoon

The best and worst of March 1918: Magazines, essays, cover art, and humor

Cornelia Barns cartoon in the inaugural issue of The Liberator, March 1918

The punch line's only so-so, but I love "You mean they're going to die, or move away? I Love You Means, Told You So, Moving Away, Punch, Cartoons, My Love, Wallpaper, Cover, Movie Posters

Wednesday Miscellany: Grotesque wallpaper, a Locomobile, and a Rockwell Easter cover

The punch line's only so-so, but I love "You mean they're going to die, or move away?"