Advice from the Tucumcari Times, 1905: "If you can catch the man who rocks the boat, hold his head under water until he is pretty sure he is going to drown. If you happen by accident to hold it a few seconds too long, he will never be missed."
Pre-WWI Cartoon Insinuates that "Big Money" Controls the Growing Hostilities
A familiar scapegoat...
Illinois Political Cartoon:
Rush & the Chicago Platform, 1898
WWI Political Cartoon: "Flying
Peace Kites," 1915
WWI Political Cartoon: "The
Wearing-Down Tactics," 1915
Narrow Escape, 1897
Bryan Assails Darwin's Theory, 1909
Courtship Humor: Annexing the "Lone Star," 1845
The Longest Dry Spell, (one of those antique jokes), 1891
Bob Says It's Catching! 1868
Political Cartoon: London Suffragettes are Still "Cutting Up," 1914
NYC Political Cartoon: The Free Press and Tammany Hall, 1870
1870 Cartoons from Punchinello: "Aggravating"
Poor baby brother... Sounds a lot like a lot of kids I know!
Political Cartoon: Pancho Villa, Demonstrating his Talents, 1914
Political Cartoon: Woodrow Wilson Steering Carefully to Avoid War and Intervention, 1914
Didn't work too well, did it?
Political Cartoon, WWI: Depicts Germans, Turks & Their Allies as "United by Blood," 1915
Strangely familiar, isn't it? Replace the Turk with any one of his near neighbors, or a certain fellow on the
Most-Wanted List, .... And you wouldn't need to replace the German. Just add France.
A Legal Point, 1919
Visiting Mount Vesuvius, 1866
What's so punny about that? 1857
Political Cartoon, WWI German Prediction: John Bull's Fate, 1915
"Why are Bostonians Such Skeptics?" 1873
Memory Aid for the Traveler, 1916
A Little Family History Humor