100 Years Ago Today

A History Of Events And Happenings From Exactly One Hundred Years Ago

Issued August 24, 1912

John Tinney McCutcheon was born near South Raub, Indiana in May 1870. He graduated Purdue University in 1889 where he worked on the student newspaper and yearbook with a Bachelor of Science degree. He moved to Chicago, Illinois, where he worked at the Chicago Morning News in 1903.

Whereas HARPER’s is anti-Roosevelt, COLLIER’s is pro-Roosevelt. Portrayed is McCutcheon’s cartoon of Roosevelt’s Bull Moose fighting off the wolves of Bosses and Special Privilege.

“Defiance” by John T McCutcheon
COLLIER’S WEEKLY
August 24, 1912

After weeks of anti-Roosevelt covers, HARPER’S WEEKLY finally gives it a rest with their Theatrical Number – Season 1912-1913.

HARPER’S WEEKLY
August 24, 1912

CAVALIER
August 24, 1912
“The Pearl of Bad Luck”

Clarence F Underwood was born in Jamestown, New York in 1871. He studied at the Art Students League and the Academy of Julian in Paris in 1896. Underwood was a member of the Society of Illustrators in New York City in 1910 and was on staff of the New York Press. He currently illustrates for SATURDAY EVENING POST, LADIES’ WORLD and other magazines as well as many literary works.

SATURDAY EVENING POST
August 24, 1912
“Wet Swim Suit” by Clarence Underwood

 

 

 

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