Issued July 20, 1912
HARPER’S WEEKLY – “Among The Bull Rushes”
Theodore Roosevelt as Pharaoh’s Daughter finding a baby bull moose Moses in a basket.
Also from HARPER’S – “The Latest Arrival at the Political Zoo” by Kemble The Democratic and Republican animals are shocked at the new Bull Moose guest.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN – Automobile Manufacture
If the material for the 209,000 cars manufactured in 1911 were used for one car, it “would tower to a height of 442 feet, or within 100 feet of the top of the Municipal Building.
COLLIER’S – “The Speech Unspoken”
Robert Robinson was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in 1886. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and from 1909 to 1912 with the famous illustrator, Howard Pyle.He moved to New York to be near magazine publishers and helped originate the Saturday Evening Post’s “Slice of Life” style of cover art. Robinson’s typical work focused on rural men “old geezer” types.