Fairly Funny Stuff
Old Cartoons, Jokes & Humor from Historic Newspapers

TheOldenTimes.com: Historic Newspapers Online - Always FREE!

Home: Front Page

Bookstore

Index of Names

Site Map

Search

Vintage Recipes

Free Graphics

Page 1   2   3  4   5

Cartoon History of the Universe icon

Political Cartoon History:
Why Do I Feel Uneasy?

Caricature History of the Georges; Or, Annals of the House of Hanover, Compiled From Squibs, Broadsides...of the Time icon

The Ungentlemanly Art: a History of American Political Cartoons icon

Black & White World II

Black & White World III

Funny Links: Cox & Forkum:
the Un-Doonesbury

ScrappleFace Too, too funny! Oh, stop me - it hurts!

JibJab - Hilarious!

Free Astrology Reading

Click Here for Memorable Gifts that Delight, Entertain & Amuse! The Lighter Side Co.

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."

1911 Pre-WWI Cartoon Insinuates that "Big Money" Controls the Growing Hostilities A familiar scapegoat...

Illinois Political Cartoon: Gubernatorial Bandwagon Rush & the Chicago Platform, 1898

WWI Political Cartoon: "Flying Peace Kites," 1915

WWI Political Cartoon: "The Wearing-Down Tactics," 1915

The Jeicester, 1897

A 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"

Unreasonable, 1914
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

Shop neato.com for all your media labeling needs

Page 1   2   3  4   5

Oh, Curses!
Try out the Cursebot! (No actual cussin' required.)

 


We appreciate it when you link to this website!
Please help spread the word about TheOldenTimes.com and tell a friend about us!

Try Ancestry.com FREE with a 14-Day Free Trial!

Copyright 2000-2013 by  TheOldenTimes.com - Historic Newspapers Online - Always FREE!  All rights reserved.