Series II: Comic Sections, , 1893-1929

Scope and Content
This is a listing of Sunday comic sections held in the collection. The list is alphabetical by newspaper title. This listing will be of interest primarily to researchers wishing to study a chronological run of a particular newspaper's Sunday comic sections. If you are interested in locating a particular comic strip, refer to the title of the comic strip in Series I, and click the links for "View Detailed Listing of Holdings." Some early comic sections included illustrated features, panel cartoons, and spot illustrations. Though they do not fit the definition of comic strips, they are briefly described in these records, because many were drawn by significant artists who went on to create regular comic features. Click on the links below to see records for newspaper comic sections, by publication title.




Augusta Chronicle, 1903

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS16-4-4
Augusta Chronicle Comic, August 23, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Hoboes Get Busy and So Do the Bees,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Foxy Mice Give Pussy a Bath,Clarence Rigby,



One-shot: The Sad Ending of the Milkmaid's First Love,George Herriman,





One-shot: The Hoboes Get Busy and So Do the Bees,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Foxy Mice Give Pussy a Bath,Clarence Rigby,





One-shot: The Sad Ending of the Milkmaid's First Love,George Herriman,







Book of Magic , 1921-1922

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, December 18, 1921

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustrations: The Magic Mystery Girl of the Movies, Nell Brinkley,



Game: Two Hundred Christmas Dolls Free!, unsigned,



Game: The Old Pirate Mask, unsigned,



Game: Two Hundred Christmas Dolls Free!, unsigned,



Game: Cut-out Soldier and Horse, unsigned,



Game: The Magic Kaleidoscope, unsigned,



Game: Paint and Flowers, unsigned,





Story illustrations: The Magic Mystery Girl of the Movies, Nell Brinkley,





Game: Two Hundred Christmas Dolls Free!, unsigned,





Game: The Old Pirate Mask, unsigned,





Game: Two Hundred Christmas Dolls Free!, unsigned,





Game: Cut-out Soldier and Horse, unsigned,





Game: The Magic Kaleidoscope, unsigned,





Game: Paint and Flowers, unsigned,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, December 25, 1921

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Game: The Magic Paint Box, unsigned,



Story illustration: The Peacock, Nell Brinkley,



Game: Captain Kidd Jr. and Pirate Band, unsigned,



Game: Cut-out Dolls, unsigned,



Game: Nursery Rhymes Pictured in Chameleon Colors, unsigned,



Game: Birds and Animals in Mystic Pictures, unsigned,





Game: The Magic Paint Box, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Peacock, Nell Brinkley,





Game: Captain Kidd Jr. and Pirate Band, unsigned,





Game: Cut-out Dolls, unsigned,





Game: Nursery Rhymes Pictured in Chameleon Colors, unsigned,





Game: Birds and Animals in Mystic Pictures, unsigned,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, January 1, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Christmas Greeting, Nell Brinkley,



Game: "Mr. Jiggs" and the Magic Paint Palette, unsigned,



Game: Here is Santa Claus Mask, unsigned,



Game: How Jack Rabbit Escaped, unsigned,



Game: Dress Up the Xmas Tree, unsigned,



Game: The Doll's House, unsigned,



Game: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Christmas Greeting, Nell Brinkley,





Game: "Mr. Jiggs" and the Magic Paint Palette, unsigned,





Game: Here is Santa Claus Mask, unsigned,





Game: How Jack Rabbit Escaped, unsigned,





Game: Dress Up the Xmas Tree, unsigned,





Game: The Doll's House, unsigned,





Game: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, January 8, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Game: Paint This Picture Carefully and Watch Cinderella Appear, Nell Brinkley,



Game: Queer Pictures Built Up From Squares, unsigned,



Game: Doll House, unsigned,



Game: Cut Out Girl Doll, Florence Walsh,



Game: Moving Picture Theatre, S. H. Waples,



Game: Little Bow Peep, Florence Walsh,



Game: Costumes of Various Nations In Mystic Colors, unsigned,





Game: Paint This Picture Carefully and Watch Cinderella Appear, Nell Brinkley,





Game: Queer Pictures Built Up From Squares, unsigned,





Game: Doll House, unsigned,





Game: Cut Out Girl Doll, Florence Walsh,





Game: Moving Picture Theatre, S. H. Waples,





Game: Little Bow Peep, Florence Walsh,





Game: Costumes of Various Nations In Mystic Colors, unsigned,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, January 15, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Woman and Angels, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Jack and the Bean Stalk, Gordon Ross,



Game: Spin This On a Pin, unsigned,



Game: Cut Out and Dress "Puss-In Boots", Gordon Ross,



Game: Funny Faces Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: The Funny Moving Silhouette, unsigned,



Story illustration: The Animals' Bicycle Race, Jimmy Swinnerton,



Story illustration: Alice In Magic Color Land, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Woman and Angels, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Jack and the Bean Stalk, Gordon Ross,





Game: Spin This On a Pin, unsigned,





Game: Cut Out and Dress "Puss-In Boots", Gordon Ross,





Game: Funny Faces Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: The Funny Moving Silhouette, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Animals' Bicycle Race, Jimmy Swinnerton,





Story illustration: Alice In Magic Color Land, Nell Brinkley,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, January 22, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Snows, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Girl and Fairy, unsigned,



Game: Silhouettes, unsigned,



Game: The Magic Wheel of Life, unsigned,



Game: Cut Out Girl Doll, Florence Walsh,



Game: Dolls of Many Nations, Florence Walsh,



Game: Fish of the Sea, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Snows, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Girl and Fairy, unsigned,





Game: Silhouettes, unsigned,





Game: The Magic Wheel of Life, unsigned,





Game: Cut Out Girl Doll, Florence Walsh,





Game: Dolls of Many Nations, Florence Walsh,





Game: Fish of the Sea, unsigned,




Box SFS105-1
Book of Magic, January 29, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Lady and the Tiger, Nell Brinkley,



Game: In the Dolls' School, unsigned,



Game: The Cut Out Swing, unsigned,



Game: Jazzing "Mr. Jiggs", unsigned,



Game: Make These Shadow Puppets On Your Wall, Gordon Ross,



Game: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Lady and the Tiger, Nell Brinkley,





Game: In the Dolls' School, unsigned,





Game: The Cut Out Swing, unsigned,





Game: Jazzing "Mr. Jiggs", unsigned,





Game: Make These Shadow Puppets On Your Wall, Gordon Ross,





Game: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-2
Book of Magic, February 5, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Humming Bird , Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: At the Dolls' Party, unsigned,



Game: The Message From Mars, unsigned,



Game: The See-Saw Cut Out, Joe Knott,



Story illustration: The Peanut People, Joe Knott,



Story illustration: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Humming Bird , Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: At the Dolls' Party, unsigned,





Game: The Message From Mars, unsigned,





Game: The See-Saw Cut Out, Joe Knott,





Story illustration: The Peanut People, Joe Knott,





Story illustration: Alice In Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-2
Book of Magic, February 12, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Mirror, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Aladdin and the Wonderul Lamp, Gordon Ross,



Game: Help Hooligan Get Out of Jail, unsigned,



Game: A Fascinating Cut Out, signed E.G.L. ,



Game: What Kicked the Cop, unsigned,



Game: Spin it Before A Mirror, signed E.G.L. ,



Game: Alice in Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross ,



Game: The Dolls Snow Party, unsigned ,





Story illustration: The Mirror, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Aladdin and the Wonderul Lamp, Gordon Ross,





Game: Help Hooligan Get Out of Jail, unsigned,





Game: A Fascinating Cut Out, signed E.G.L. ,





Game: What Kicked the Cop, unsigned,





Game: Spin it Before A Mirror, signed E.G.L. ,





Game: Alice in Magic Color Land, Gordon Ross ,





Game: The Dolls Snow Party, unsigned ,




Box SFS105-2
Book of Magic, February 19, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Little New Brother, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Roc and the Princess, Gordon Ross,



Game: Lemon-Land People, Joe Knott ,



Game: The Giant's Quick Lunch, signed E.G.L. ,



Game: The Zoological Mix-up, E.G. Lutz ,



Story illustration: Alice in Magic Color Land, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Little New Brother, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Roc and the Princess, Gordon Ross,





Game: Lemon-Land People, Joe Knott ,





Game: The Giant's Quick Lunch, signed E.G.L. ,





Game: The Zoological Mix-up, E.G. Lutz ,





Story illustration: Alice in Magic Color Land, unsigned,




Box SFS105-2
Book of Magic, February 26, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFC452
Book of Magic, February 26, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: The Girl and The Mask, Nell Brinkley,



Game: Who Is the Copper Clubbing?, Unknown,



Game: The Monkey Jazz Band, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,



Panel cartoon: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,



Game: Who Gets the Ice Cream?, Unknown,



Game: Dolls of All Nations, Gordon Ross,



Panel cartoon: Gulliver and the Giant, Gordon Ross,





Panel cartoon: The Girl and The Mask, Nell Brinkley,





Game: Who Is the Copper Clubbing?, Unknown,





Game: The Monkey Jazz Band, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,





Panel cartoon: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Game: Who Gets the Ice Cream?, Unknown,





Game: Dolls of All Nations, Gordon Ross,





Panel cartoon: Gulliver and the Giant, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-3
Book of Magic, March 5, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Dancer, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Wind Giant , Unsigned,



Game: Babes In the Wood, unsigned,



Game: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,



Game: The Scrambled Goose, E.G. Lutz,



Game: International Doll Cut Outs: The Roumanian Doll, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Dancer, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Wind Giant , Unsigned,





Game: Babes In the Wood, unsigned,





Game: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Game: The Scrambled Goose, E.G. Lutz,





Game: International Doll Cut Outs: The Roumanian Doll, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-3
Book of Magic, March 12, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Love Me- Love My Dog, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies At Palm Beach, unsigned,



Game: Can You Get Mr. Fly Out?, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Magician's Magic Hat, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Dancing Doll Cut Out, Gordon Ross,



Game: Find the Snow Man, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: The Water-Spout Witch, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Love Me- Love My Dog, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies At Palm Beach, unsigned,





Game: Can You Get Mr. Fly Out?, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Magician's Magic Hat, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Dancing Doll Cut Out, Gordon Ross,





Game: Find the Snow Man, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Water-Spout Witch, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-3
Book of Magic, March 19, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Folly's Sceptre, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Enchanted Bubbles, unsigned,



Game: What's the Matter With the Kids, unsigned,



Game: The Skating Game, Joe Knott,



Game: Dolls of Every Land Cut Out, unsigned,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Folly's Sceptre, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Enchanted Bubbles, unsigned,





Game: What's the Matter With the Kids, unsigned,





Game: The Skating Game, Joe Knott,





Game: Dolls of Every Land Cut Out, unsigned,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS05-3
Book of Magic, March 26, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Butterfly, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Hop-o'-My-Thumb and the Ogre, unsigned,



Game: Can You Get Central, Unsigned,



Games: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, Unsigned,



Story illustration: Funny Little Clothespin Folk, Unsigned,





Story illustration: The Butterfly, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Hop-o'-My-Thumb and the Ogre, unsigned,





Game: Can You Get Central, Unsigned,





Games: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, Unsigned,





Story illustration: Funny Little Clothespin Folk, Unsigned,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, Apri 2, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,



Game: The Bunny Game, Unknown,





Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,





Game: The Bunny Game, Unknown,




Box SFS105-4
Book of Magic, April 2, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Archer, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies Go Fox Hunting, signed, H.B. Eddy,



Game: A Pretty Polly For You, E. G. Lutz,



Game: Put Humpty-Dumpty Back On the Wall, Joe Knott,



Game: The Funny Faces, E. G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Dolls Of All Nations , Unsigned,



Story illustration: The Magic Tulips, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Archer, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies Go Fox Hunting, signed, H.B. Eddy,





Game: A Pretty Polly For You, E. G. Lutz,





Game: Put Humpty-Dumpty Back On the Wall, Joe Knott,





Game: The Funny Faces, E. G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Dolls Of All Nations , Unsigned,





Story illustration: The Magic Tulips, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFC452
Book Of Magic, April 7, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat's Krazy Kolored Krowd, George Herriman,



Game: Leap Frog, a New Game for You, E. G. Lutz,





Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat's Krazy Kolored Krowd, George Herriman,





Game: Leap Frog, a New Game for You, E. G. Lutz,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, April 9, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat's Krazy Kolored Klass, George Herriman,



Game: Oh, Robinson Crusoe!, Joe Knott,





Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat's Krazy Kolored Klass, George Herriman,





Game: Oh, Robinson Crusoe!, Joe Knott,




Box SFS105-4
Book of Magic, April 9, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Sword Girl, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Enchanted Bird House, Gordon Ross,



Game: What Does the Wireless Say?, E. G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Funny Orange Folks, E. G. Lutz,



Game: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, unsigned,



Poem illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Sword Girl, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Enchanted Bird House, Gordon Ross,





Game: What Does the Wireless Say?, E. G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Funny Orange Folks, E. G. Lutz,





Game: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, unsigned,





Poem illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-4
Book of Magic, April 16, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Kittens, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Doll Family Goes Golfing, H.B. Eddy,



Game: How Can the Mouse Reach the Cheese, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, unsigned,



Game: The Funny Trick Monkey, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Kittens, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Doll Family Goes Golfing, H.B. Eddy,





Game: How Can the Mouse Reach the Cheese, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Dolls of All Nations Cut Out, unsigned,





Game: The Funny Trick Monkey, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-4
Book of Magic, April 23, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Man in the Moon, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies' Easter Parade, H.B. Eddy,



Game: The Blinking Owls, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Davy Jones's Locker, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Circus Dolls Cut Out, unsigned,



Game: The Topsy-Turvy Cut Outs, unsigned,



Story illustration: The Enchanted Easter Eggs, unsigned,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Man in the Moon, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies' Easter Parade, H.B. Eddy,





Game: The Blinking Owls, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Davy Jones's Locker, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Circus Dolls Cut Out, unsigned,





Game: The Topsy-Turvy Cut Outs, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Enchanted Easter Eggs, unsigned,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-4
Book of Magic, April 30, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: "Thanks- Lady!", Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Little Rory Borealis, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: Who is Ignatz "Pow-ing"?, George Herriman,



Game: Two Fascinating Doll Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: Racing Blow-Boats, unsigned,



Game: Aladdin in the Cave of Jewels, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: "Thanks- Lady!", Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Little Rory Borealis, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Who is Ignatz "Pow-ing"?, George Herriman,





Game: Two Fascinating Doll Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: Racing Blow-Boats, unsigned,





Game: Aladdin in the Cave of Jewels, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFS105-5
Book of Magic, May 7, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Pitcher, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Doll Family Goes Painting, H.B. Eddy,



Game: Dolls of All Times Cut Outs, Gordon Ross,



Game: Magic Balancing Clown, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Funny Vegetable People, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Enchanted Aquarium, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Princess of Jungle Land, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Pitcher, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Doll Family Goes Painting, H.B. Eddy,





Game: Dolls of All Times Cut Outs, Gordon Ross,





Game: Magic Balancing Clown, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Funny Vegetable People, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Enchanted Aquarium, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Princess of Jungle Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, unsigned,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, May 14, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: No Wonder Krazy Kat Was Puzzled, George Herriman,



Game: Who Caught the Big Fish, Joe Knott,





Cartoon strip: No Wonder Krazy Kat Was Puzzled, George Herriman,





Game: Who Caught the Big Fish, Joe Knott,




Box SFS105-5
Book of Magic, May 14, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Untitled, Nell Brinkley,



Game: A Magic Color Maze, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Topsy Turvey Turn-Overs, unsigned,



Game: Dolls of All Lands Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: What is Maud Going to Kick?, Frederick Burr Opper,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Untitled, Nell Brinkley,





Game: A Magic Color Maze, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Topsy Turvey Turn-Overs, unsigned,





Game: Dolls of All Lands Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: What is Maud Going to Kick?, Frederick Burr Opper,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, May 21, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Kolors, George Herriman,



Game: The Froggies' Jazz Game, E. G. Lutz,





Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Kolors, George Herriman,





Game: The Froggies' Jazz Game, E. G. Lutz,




Box SFS105-5
Book of Magic, May 21, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Little Student, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollie Family's Parade, H.B. Eddy,



Game: Dolls of All Countries Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: The Enchanted Garden, unsigned,



Game: Here's Your Hobby-Horse, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: The Funny Fishes, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Little Student, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollie Family's Parade, H.B. Eddy,





Game: Dolls of All Countries Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: The Enchanted Garden, unsigned,





Game: Here's Your Hobby-Horse, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Funny Fishes, Gordon Ross,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, May 28, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,



Game: The Crocodile's Dinner, E. G. Lutz,





Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,





Game: The Crocodile's Dinner, E. G. Lutz,




Box SFS105-5
Book of Magic, May 28, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Pretty Lady, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollie Family in Trouble, H.B. Eddy,



Game: Dolls of Everywhere Cut Outs, Unsigned,



Game: What's the Matter With the Katzies?, Harold Knerr,



Story illustration: Funny Sweet Potato Folk, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Balancing Love Birds, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: The Enchanted Scarecrow, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Pretty Lady, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollie Family in Trouble, H.B. Eddy,





Game: Dolls of Everywhere Cut Outs, Unsigned,





Game: What's the Matter With the Katzies?, Harold Knerr,





Story illustration: Funny Sweet Potato Folk, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Balancing Love Birds, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: The Enchanted Scarecrow, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,




Box SFC452
Book of Magic, June 4, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,



Game: The Tigress and Her Cubs, E. G. Lutz,



Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat Krazy Kwilted, Unknown (not Herriman),



Game: The Animals Marched In--, E. G. Lutz,





Cartoon strip: Krazy Kat in Krazy Colors, George Herriman,





Game: The Tigress and Her Cubs, E. G. Lutz,





Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat Krazy Kwilted, Unknown (not Herriman),





Game: The Animals Marched In--, E. G. Lutz,




Box SFS105-6
Book of Magic, June 4, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Kaliedoscopic Waltz, Nell Brinkley,



Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat's Kweer Kompany, unknown (not George Herriman),



Game: Dolls of All Times Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: The International Pinwheels, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Who Hit the Duck?, Joe Knott,



Game: Here's Your Minstrel Show, unsigned,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: The Dollies Magic Fruit, H.B. Eddy,





Story illustration: The Kaliedoscopic Waltz, Nell Brinkley,





Panel cartoon: Krazy Kat's Kweer Kompany, unknown (not George Herriman),





Game: Dolls of All Times Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: The International Pinwheels, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Who Hit the Duck?, Joe Knott,





Game: Here's Your Minstrel Show, unsigned,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Dollies Magic Fruit, H.B. Eddy,




Box SFS105-6
Book of Magic, June 11, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The Boxing Girls, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies Swimming Pool, H.B. Eddy,



Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, Unsigned,



Game: The Squirrel and the Peanuts, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Captain Kidd's Treasure Chest, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The FLying Blue Bird, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: The Wicked Robber, Mr. Crow, unsigned,



Story illustration: In Mother Goose Land, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Boxing Girls, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies Swimming Pool, H.B. Eddy,





Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, Unsigned,





Game: The Squirrel and the Peanuts, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Captain Kidd's Treasure Chest, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The FLying Blue Bird, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: The Wicked Robber, Mr. Crow, unsigned,





Story illustration: In Mother Goose Land, unsigned,




Box SFS105-6
Book of Magic, November 19, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Sea Girls, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: What Makes Krazy Krazy?, unknown (not Herriman),



Game: Find Bluebeard's Wife, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, unsigned,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: The Baby Fairy and the Fledglings, Gordon Ross,



Game: The Lion and the Lamb, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Enchanted Fish Globe, unsigned,





Story illustration: Sea Girls, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: What Makes Krazy Krazy?, unknown (not Herriman),





Game: Find Bluebeard's Wife, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, unsigned,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: The Baby Fairy and the Fledglings, Gordon Ross,





Game: The Lion and the Lamb, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Enchanted Fish Globe, unsigned,




Box SFS105-6
Book of Magic, November 26, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Dreamers, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies Go Canoeing, H.B. Eddy,



Game: The Funny Faces, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, unsigned,



Story illustration: The Butterflies and the Roses, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Help Mr. Monk Get the Bananas, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: The Mer Kids Fish Race, unsigned,



Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, unsigned,





Story illustration: Dreamers, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies Go Canoeing, H.B. Eddy,





Game: The Funny Faces, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Dolls of All Places Cut Outs, unsigned,





Story illustration: The Butterflies and the Roses, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Help Mr. Monk Get the Bananas, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: The Mer Kids Fish Race, unsigned,





Story illustration: Alice in Mother Goose Land, unsigned,




Box SFS105-7
Book of Magic, December 3, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Mrs. Newlywed's First Attempt, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Frogtown Jazz Band, Gordon Ross,



Game: What Is It That Frightens the Birds?, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Flower Maze, E.G. Lutz,



Game: A Topsy-Turvy Cut-Out, unsigned,



Game: The Sliding Bear, E.G. Lutz,



Game: A Page of Surprises, H.B. Eddy,



Game: A Page of Rub-Ups, unsigned,





Story illustration: Mrs. Newlywed's First Attempt, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Frogtown Jazz Band, Gordon Ross,





Game: What Is It That Frightens the Birds?, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Flower Maze, E.G. Lutz,





Game: A Topsy-Turvy Cut-Out, unsigned,





Game: The Sliding Bear, E.G. Lutz,





Game: A Page of Surprises, H.B. Eddy,





Game: A Page of Rub-Ups, unsigned,




Box SFS105-7
Book of Magic, December 10, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Five Minutes For Refreshments, Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, unsigned,



Game: The Jungle Maze, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Doll Cut Outs, unsigned,



Game: The Acrobatics Frog, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Clown Game, Joe Knott,



Game: What Does Alice See?, Gordon Ross,



Game: A Page of Surprises, unsigned,





Story illustration: Five Minutes For Refreshments, Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Alice In Mother Goose Land, unsigned,





Game: The Jungle Maze, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Doll Cut Outs, unsigned,





Game: The Acrobatics Frog, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Clown Game, Joe Knott,





Game: What Does Alice See?, Gordon Ross,





Game: A Page of Surprises, unsigned,




Box SFS105-7
Book of Magic, December 17, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Winter Sports , Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies' Moving Day, H.B. Eddy,



Game: What Animal is the Hunter Hunting?, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Kaptain Kidd and His Bride, unsigned,



Game: Make a Swing for Dolly, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Forbidden City Maze, E.G. Lutz,



Game: The Pirate and the Fish Bowl, Gordon Ross,



Game: A Page of Rub-Up Surprises, unsigned,





Story illustration: Winter Sports , Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies' Moving Day, H.B. Eddy,





Game: What Animal is the Hunter Hunting?, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Kaptain Kidd and His Bride, unsigned,





Game: Make a Swing for Dolly, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Forbidden City Maze, E.G. Lutz,





Game: The Pirate and the Fish Bowl, Gordon Ross,





Game: A Page of Rub-Up Surprises, unsigned,




Box SFS105-7
Book of Magic, December 24, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Kris Kringle, Jr., Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: The Dollies Go Sledding, H.B. Eddy,



Game: Who Brought These Toys, E.G. Lutz,



Game: What Will Santa Leave You?, Joe Knott,



Game: The Juggling Clown Puzzle, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Kitty on the String, E.G. Lutz,



Story illustration: The Enchanted Balloons, Gordon Ross,



Game: The Roll Call on Mount Ararat, Joe Knott,





Story illustration: Kris Kringle, Jr., Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: The Dollies Go Sledding, H.B. Eddy,





Game: Who Brought These Toys, E.G. Lutz,





Game: What Will Santa Leave You?, Joe Knott,





Game: The Juggling Clown Puzzle, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Kitty on the String, E.G. Lutz,





Story illustration: The Enchanted Balloons, Gordon Ross,





Game: The Roll Call on Mount Ararat, Joe Knott,




Box SFS105-7
Book of Magic, December 31, 1922

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: "Ring In the New!", Nell Brinkley,



Story illustration: Alice and Mrs. Lady Bug, Gordon Ross,



Game: Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Jack Frost and His Wife, Gordon Ross,



Game: The Jack-the Giant-Killer Game, E.G. Lutz,



Game: Dickory, Dickory, Dock, Joe Knott,



Game: Here Is the Wind Giant Again, Gordon Ross,



Story illustration: A Page of Surprises, H.B. Eddy,





Story illustration: "Ring In the New!", Nell Brinkley,





Story illustration: Alice and Mrs. Lady Bug, Gordon Ross,





Game: Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Jack Frost and His Wife, Gordon Ross,





Game: The Jack-the Giant-Killer Game, E.G. Lutz,





Game: Dickory, Dickory, Dock, Joe Knott,





Game: Here Is the Wind Giant Again, Gordon Ross,





Story illustration: A Page of Surprises, H.B. Eddy,







Boston American , 1907-1912

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFT129-3
Boston American, October 1, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-3
Boston American, October 11, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Chicago Cubs Tie Another Knot in Detroit Tigers' Tail, unsigned,



Editorial cartoon: Leading Men Now Wear Birds on Hats, Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Hall-Room Boys: They Mingle in High Society on $13 per, K.K. McGill,





Sports cartoon: Chicago Cubs Tie Another Knot in Detroit Tigers' Tail, unsigned,





Editorial cartoon: Leading Men Now Wear Birds on Hats, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Hall-Room Boys: They Mingle in High Society on $13 per, K.K. McGill,




Box SFT129-3
Boston American , October 12, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: On Guard Against A Hungry Pack, unsigned,



One-shot: The Bird on Nellie's Hat, T.E. Powers,





Editorial cartoon: On Guard Against A Hungry Pack, unsigned,





One-shot: The Bird on Nellie's Hat, T.E. Powers,




Box SFT129-3
Boston American, October 27, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-3
Boston American, November 9, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Hall-Room Boys, K.K. McGill,





One-shot: The Hall-Room Boys, K.K. McGill,




Box SFT129-3
Boston American, November 13, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Bunkarewski Gives a Piano Recital, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,



One-shot: Mufti the Monk, Gus Mager,





One-shot: Bunkarewski Gives a Piano Recital, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





One-shot: Mufti the Monk, Gus Mager,




Box SFT129-3
Boston American, November 29, 1907

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: Collection Day!, unknown,



One-shot: Mr. Batch , Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Hippo Kid Plays Football, ,





Editorial cartoon: Collection Day!, unknown,





One-shot: Mr. Batch , Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Hippo Kid Plays Football, ,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, March 1, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: The New Hearst Building, unsigned,



Article illustrations: Going to Market to Buy a Bride, George F. Kerr,





Story illustration: The New Hearst Building, unsigned,





Article illustrations: Going to Market to Buy a Bride, George F. Kerr,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, March 8, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: New Discoveries in the Vatican Library, unsigned,



One-shot: Happy Hooligan's Birthday- He's 8 Years Old Today, Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Happy Hooligan, Frederick Burr Opper,





Article illustrations: New Discoveries in the Vatican Library, unsigned,





One-shot: Happy Hooligan's Birthday- He's 8 Years Old Today, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Happy Hooligan, Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, March 20, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Girls Have A Weston Walking Club, unsigned,



Sports cartoon: Lil' Artie is Getting Tired, signed L. Gom,





Article illustrations: Girls Have A Weston Walking Club, unsigned,





Sports cartoon: Lil' Artie is Getting Tired, signed L. Gom,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, August 13, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Woman Falls Heir to $500,000 But Will Not Give Up Her Work, Madan,





Article illustrations: Woman Falls Heir to $500,000 But Will Not Give Up Her Work, Madan,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, August 16, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: National Tennis Championships at Newport, unsigned,



Article illustrations: "Comic Sleuths Better Than Some Real Ones" Says Jameson Lee Finney, unsigned,





Sports cartoon: National Tennis Championships at Newport, unsigned,





Article illustrations: "Comic Sleuths Better Than Some Real Ones" Says Jameson Lee Finney, unsigned,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, September 1, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Those Chicago Boys Are Having a Lot of Fun These Days, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Those Chicago Boys Are Having a Lot of Fun These Days, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, September 13, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Old Bachelors by Dorothy Disc, Johnson,





Article illustrations: Old Bachelors by Dorothy Disc, Johnson,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, September 16, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: National League Pennant Race as Seen at Different Angles, Jack Farr,





Sports cartoon: National League Pennant Race as Seen at Different Angles, Jack Farr,




Box SFT129-4
Boston American, September 18, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-4
Boston American, September 19, 1908

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 1, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Artha Always Had a Long Reach, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Artha Always Had a Long Reach, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Artha Always Was a Leader, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Artha Always Was a Leader, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 6, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Tad Has A Cold, Caused By Draught Which Came Through Brick Wall, T.E. Powers,





Sports cartoon: Tad Has A Cold, Caused By Draught Which Came Through Brick Wall, T.E. Powers,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 8, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Lil' Artha Johnson, His Life, Battles and Career, Written By Himself, Expressly For the American, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,



Article illustrations: The Brinkley Girl Reaches England, unknown (not Nell Brinkley,





Sports cartoon: Lil' Artha Johnson, His Life, Battles and Career, Written By Himself, Expressly For the American, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Article illustrations: The Brinkley Girl Reaches England, unknown (not Nell Brinkley,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 10, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Little Arthur Johnson Is Our Greatest Marathon Runner, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Little Arthur Johnson Is Our Greatest Marathon Runner, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 12, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Ralph Rose's Feats of Giant Strength, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Ralph Rose's Feats of Giant Strength, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 13, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Opper's Daily Cartoon, Frederick Burr Opper,



Sports cartoon: A Barnyard Study In Black and White, George Herriman,





One-shot: Opper's Daily Cartoon, Frederick Burr Opper,





Sports cartoon: A Barnyard Study In Black and White, George Herriman,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 17, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Who Dares to Cast Asparagus, T.E. Powers,





One-shot: Who Dares to Cast Asparagus, T.E. Powers,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 24, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: What They All See When The Knockout Punch Goes Over , Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: What They All See When The Knockout Punch Goes Over , Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 26, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Beatrice Fairfax Says Prize Fighters Dress Better Than Artists, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: Beatrice Fairfax Says Prize Fighters Dress Better Than Artists, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 30, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Will He Bite?, Bud Fisher,





Sports cartoon: Will He Bite?, Bud Fisher,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, January 31, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-5
Boston American, February 3, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: The Daily Bark, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: The Daily Bark, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, February 14, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: A Few Valentines, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,





Sports cartoon: A Few Valentines, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan,




Box SFT129-5
Boston American, February 16, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-5
Boston American, February 21, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 2, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 3, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 7, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: One Day in New York With Jeffries, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),





Sports cartoon: One Day in New York With Jeffries, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 11, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 14, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Nobody Will Flirt With Galveston Dude, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),





Sports cartoon: Nobody Will Flirt With Galveston Dude, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 15, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 21, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 22, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 23, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, March 29, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 3, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 9, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: When Women Are Cops, Merle Johnson,



Editorial cartoon: Booming Circulation, T.S. Sullivant,





Editorial cartoon: When Women Are Cops, Merle Johnson,





Editorial cartoon: Booming Circulation, T.S. Sullivant,




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 10, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 12, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Now Lent Is Over, Harry Lewis,



Sports cartoon: The Real Inspector Is "From Missouri", George Herriman,





Article illustrations: Now Lent Is Over, Harry Lewis,





Sports cartoon: The Real Inspector Is "From Missouri", George Herriman,




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 18, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Which Of These Fans Are You?, Sydney Smith,





Sports cartoon: Which Of These Fans Are You?, Sydney Smith,




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 24, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: What Goes Up Comes Down, Jack Sears,



Article illustrations: The Baby- High Ruler of Us All, unsigned,



Article illustrations: A Young Turk From Ireland, Merle Johnson,





Article illustrations: What Goes Up Comes Down, Jack Sears,





Article illustrations: The Baby- High Ruler of Us All, unsigned,





Article illustrations: A Young Turk From Ireland, Merle Johnson,




Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 25, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-6
Boston American, April 26, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Beautiful Langhorne Sisters, Last of Whom Was Wed To-day, Unsigned,



Sports cartoon: Pictures From Life's Other Side, unsigned,





Article illustrations: Beautiful Langhorne Sisters, Last of Whom Was Wed To-day, Unsigned,





Sports cartoon: Pictures From Life's Other Side, unsigned,




Box SFT129-7
Boston American, May 23, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Lil Arthur's Narrow Escape, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),





Sports cartoon: Lil Arthur's Narrow Escape, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),




Box SFT129-7
Boston American, May 24, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-7
Boston American, May 26, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-7
Boston American, May 29, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-7
Boston American, June 14, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Do You Know This Man?, T.E. Powers,



One-shot: Even As You and I, Charles H. Wellington,





One-shot: Do You Know This Man?, T.E. Powers,





One-shot: Even As You and I, Charles H. Wellington,




Box SFT129-7
Boston American, June 17, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: Reducto Ad Absurdum, Art Young,



Article illustrations: The Cashier's Dope on Picking a Helpmate, Merle Johnson,





Editorial cartoon: Reducto Ad Absurdum, Art Young,





Article illustrations: The Cashier's Dope on Picking a Helpmate, Merle Johnson,




Box SFT129-7
Boston American, June 21, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Groucho the Monk, Gus Mager,



One-shot: Why All Men Are Not Married, Charles H. Wellington,





One-shot: Groucho the Monk, Gus Mager,





One-shot: Why All Men Are Not Married, Charles H. Wellington,




Box SFT129-7
Boston American, July 1, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-7
Boston American, July 28, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: They Are Going Away From Here , unsigned,





Sports cartoon: They Are Going Away From Here , unsigned,




Box SFT129-1
Boston American, August 1, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,





Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,




Box
Boston American, August 8, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,



Story illustration: Two Orchard Brigands, George Kerr,





Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,





Story illustration: Two Orchard Brigands, George Kerr,




Box SFT129-8
Boston American, August 15, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,



Story illustration: Luck and the Only Girl, Gustav E. R. Michelson,



Sports cartoon: 'Twas Ever Thus In Baseball, Harry B. Martin,



Sports cartoon: Just the Popular Song, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),



Story illustration: Under the Straw Hat, unsigned,





Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,





Story illustration: Luck and the Only Girl, Gustav E. R. Michelson,





Sports cartoon: 'Twas Ever Thus In Baseball, Harry B. Martin,





Sports cartoon: Just the Popular Song, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),





Story illustration: Under the Straw Hat, unsigned,




Box SFT129-8
Boston American, August 20, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Scrub, Jett, Scrub, George Herriman,





Sports cartoon: Scrub, Jett, Scrub, George Herriman,




Box SFT129-8
Boston American, August 22, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sheet music with cover illustration: Wait Til They Harvest the Grain, George Kerr,



Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,



Story illustration: The Silken Cord, Gustav E. R. Michelson,





Sheet music with cover illustration: Wait Til They Harvest the Grain, George Kerr,





Story illustration: Adventures Three, George Kerr,





Story illustration: The Silken Cord, Gustav E. R. Michelson,




Box SFT129-8
Boston American, August 29, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sheet music with cover illustration: My Gal Irene, H.B. Eddy,



Story illustration: Adventures Three, signed, Innes,



Story illustration: What "Searchy" Did to Policeman Burns, George Kerr,





Sheet music with cover illustration: My Gal Irene, H.B. Eddy,





Story illustration: Adventures Three, signed, Innes,





Story illustration: What "Searchy" Did to Policeman Burns, George Kerr,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, August 30, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Wonder Girl's View of Aviation, Gustav E. R. Michelson,





Article illustrations: Wonder Girl's View of Aviation, Gustav E. R. Michelson,




Box SFT129-8
Boston American, October 3, 1909

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, April 2, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, May 29, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sheet music with cover illustration: Tillie's Nightmare, George Kerr,





Sheet music with cover illustration: Tillie's Nightmare, George Kerr,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American , June 5, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Christy Mathewson Tells Kate Carew, Kate Carew,





Article illustrations: Christy Mathewson Tells Kate Carew, Kate Carew,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, June 12, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: TAD Finds Jeffries Fit For the Battle of His Life, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan "TAD",



Article illustrations: Champion Johnson Tells Kate Carew, Kate Carew,





Sports cartoon: TAD Finds Jeffries Fit For the Battle of His Life, Thomas Aloysius Dorgan "TAD",





Article illustrations: Champion Johnson Tells Kate Carew, Kate Carew,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, September 11, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: What Aunt Kate Saw at the Moving Picture Shows, Kate Carew,





Article illustrations: What Aunt Kate Saw at the Moving Picture Shows, Kate Carew,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 2, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 2, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 2, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 6, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 9, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 10, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 11, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Balasco's "The Lily" Charmingly Acted, unsigned,





Article illustrations: Balasco's "The Lily" Charmingly Acted, unsigned,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 12, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: The October Bride, Nell Brinkley,





Article illustrations: The October Bride, Nell Brinkley,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 13, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 15, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 16, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: "Time!", Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),





Sports cartoon: "Time!", Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD),




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 18, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: A Street Scene in Philadelphia, Thomas Aloysius Dordan ",





Sports cartoon: A Street Scene in Philadelphia, Thomas Aloysius Dordan ",




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 19, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 19, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Wedded to Her Art, Nell Brinkley,





Article illustrations: Wedded to Her Art, Nell Brinkley,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 27, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: "Love Me, Love My Dog" , Nell Brinkley,





Article illustrations: "Love Me, Love My Dog" , Nell Brinkley,




Box SFT129-9
Boston American, October 28, 1910

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: The Athletic Girl, Nell Brinkley,





Article illustrations: The Athletic Girl, Nell Brinkley,




Box SFT129-10
Boston American, January 1, 1911

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: Komedy Komments on Katz, Anthony Euwer,



Article illustrations: How he Was Compelled to Woo His Own Widow, George Kerr,



One-shot: The Temptations of St. Smith, Frederick Burr Opper,





Article illustrations: Komedy Komments on Katz, Anthony Euwer,





Article illustrations: How he Was Compelled to Woo His Own Widow, George Kerr,





One-shot: The Temptations of St. Smith, Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFT129-10
Boston American, June 25, 1911

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: All That He Saw Was Gloom, T.E. Powers,



Story illustration: Heine and Honus, Jean Knott,



Article illustrations: All Sorts of Comedy in These New Films, unsigned,



Article illustrations: When Duty Calls, unsigned,



Article illustrations: "It's Funny In the Pictures- but It Wasn't Funny To Me!", unsigned,



Article illustrations: "On St. Patricks Day In the Morning", unsigned,



Article illustrations: How They Made the Dunbar Films, ,





One-shot: All That He Saw Was Gloom, T.E. Powers,





Story illustration: Heine and Honus, Jean Knott,





Article illustrations: All Sorts of Comedy in These New Films, unsigned,





Article illustrations: When Duty Calls, unsigned,





Article illustrations: "It's Funny In the Pictures- but It Wasn't Funny To Me!", unsigned,





Article illustrations: "On St. Patricks Day In the Morning", unsigned,





Article illustrations: How They Made the Dunbar Films, ,




Box SFT129-11
Boston American, March 17, 1012*

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Life In the Chinese Republic- No. 5, T.E. Powers,





One-shot: Life In the Chinese Republic- No. 5, T.E. Powers,




Box SFT129-11
Boston American, June 8, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-11
Boston American, June 9, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-11
Boston American, June 16, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustration: Heine and Honus, unsigned,



One-shot: Why Is it? Some Things We Would Like To Know, T.E. Powers,





Story illustration: Heine and Honus, unsigned,





One-shot: Why Is it? Some Things We Would Like To Know, T.E. Powers,




Box SFT129-11
Boston American, June 21, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFT129-11
Boston American, December 1, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Sports cartoon: Brickley's Own Story of How Harvard Won Championship, unknown,





Sports cartoon: Brickley's Own Story of How Harvard Won Championship, unknown,




Box SFT129-11
Boston American, December 15, 1912

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: "Britain the Snob's Heaven," Says Mr. Frank Harris, unsigned,



Article illustrations: We Pay 93 Cents A Day for the Water in the Food We Eat, unsigned,





Article illustrations: "Britain the Snob's Heaven," Says Mr. Frank Harris, unsigned,





Article illustrations: We Pay 93 Cents A Day for the Water in the Food We Eat, unsigned,







Boston Evening News and Boston Sunday Journal, 1904

Scope and Content
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Box SFT45-2a
Boston Evening News and Boston Sunday Journal, February 27, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm


One-shot: Main Street,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Professor Presto, Master of Magic,Hy Mayer,



One-shot: Sandy McDonald and Wee McIntosh,Crite,





One-shot: Main Street,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Professor Presto, Master of Magic,Hy Mayer,





One-shot: Sandy McDonald and Wee McIntosh,Crite,







Canton (Ohio) Repository, 1909

Scope and Content
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Box SFT45-8
Canton, O., Sunday Repository, November 21, 1909,

Dimensions: 57 x 41.5 cm






Chicago American, 1900-1903

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS1-3-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, August 19, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot:And the Painter Let Go!,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot:Mrs. Newwed's Bread and How Weary Walker Managed It,Carl Anderson,



One-shot:How Seasickness Can Diminish a Lover's Ardor,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot:And the Painter Let Go!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot:Mrs. Newwed's Bread and How Weary Walker Managed It,Carl Anderson,





One-shot:How Seasickness Can Diminish a Lover's Ardor,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-3-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, August 26, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: The House the Swampview Real Estate Company Built,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: They Hadn't Noticed Him,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How Our Modern Improvements Hit Red Gulch,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: An 'All Star' Performance,Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The House the Swampview Real Estate Company Built,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: They Hadn't Noticed Him,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How Our Modern Improvements Hit Red Gulch,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: An 'All Star' Performance,Syd B. Griffin,




Box SFS1-4-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 9, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Herr Bierheister's Happy Idea,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Discovery of Silas Goodthing. A Song Without Words,creator unknown,



One-shot: Coming Into a Good Thing,Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Some Midsummer Dreams,William Marriner,





One-shot: Herr Bierheister's Happy Idea,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Discovery of Silas Goodthing. A Song Without Words,creator unknown,





One-shot: Coming Into a Good Thing,Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Some Midsummer Dreams,William Marriner,




Box SFS1-4-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 16, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Why Mr. Weakingham Went in for Physical Culture,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Mr. Littlechap's Heroism. How He Showed that He Was Boss in His Own House,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Why Mr. Weakingham Went in for Physical Culture,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Mr. Littlechap's Heroism. How He Showed that He Was Boss in His Own House,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-4-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 23, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: A Hat--A Dog--A Man (In a Hot Combination),Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: That Smith Baby--According to Mr. Oldbach's remarks to its mother, and--according to Mr. Oldbach's remarks to his friends,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Hat--A Dog--A Man (In a Hot Combination),Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: That Smith Baby--According to Mr. Oldbach's remarks to its mother, and--according to Mr. Oldbach's remarks to his friends,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-4-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 30, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: A New Jungle Game,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Terrible Tale of a Brutal Dog and an Innocent Child!,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Poem of Childhood,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A New Jungle Game,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Terrible Tale of a Brutal Dog and an Innocent Child!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Poem of Childhood,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-4-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 2, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: What Caused the Boxer Uprising,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How Pussy Caught the Bird,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: What Caused the Boxer Uprising,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Pussy Caught the Bird,Rudolph Dirks,




Box SFS1-5-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 7, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Trouble in the Jones Flat,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Explorer Discovers an Animal of an Unknown Species. And Then Discovers His Mistake,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: When Herr Singenspiegel Struck High C,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Trouble in the Jones Flat,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Explorer Discovers an Animal of an Unknown Species. And Then Discovers His Mistake,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: When Herr Singenspiegel Struck High C,creator unknown,




Box SFS1-5-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 14, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Some Election Bets; Or What Politics Can Do with Our 'Intelligent Citizens',Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: An Awful Tragedy Impending. If Jones and Smith Continue to Call on the Same Girl,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: A Temptation That the Cop Could Not Resist,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: The Long and Short of It. Or, How Montmorency Van Goozleheimer Got On an Equal Footing with the Fair Gwendolyn Sixfoot,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Some Election Bets; Or What Politics Can Do with Our 'Intelligent Citizens',Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: An Awful Tragedy Impending. If Jones and Smith Continue to Call on the Same Girl,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Temptation That the Cop Could Not Resist,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: The Long and Short of It. Or, How Montmorency Van Goozleheimer Got On an Equal Footing with the Fair Gwendolyn Sixfoot,Carl Anderson,




Box SFS1-5-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 21, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Professor Snifter Calls on Professor Nipson. He Finds the Professor Out, But Makes a Remarkable Scientific Discovery,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How a Little Man Got Even with a Handshaking Fiend,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: He Paid the Bill,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Ingratitude! Showing Waht Happened to a Kind Hearted Gentleman Who made the Fatal Mistake of Holding a Stout Lady's Bundles,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Professor Snifter Calls on Professor Nipson. He Finds the Professor Out, But Makes a Remarkable Scientific Discovery,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How a Little Man Got Even with a Handshaking Fiend,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: He Paid the Bill,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Ingratitude! Showing Waht Happened to a Kind Hearted Gentleman Who made the Fatal Mistake of Holding a Stout Lady's Bundles,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-5-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 28, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Smith's Wife's Mother's Visit, and His Happy Idea for Cutting it Short,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How Mr. Meekins Blew Up the Cook,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Oh, It Was an Awfully Mean Trick! But It Worked,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Joke Was on the Farmer,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Smith's Wife's Mother's Visit, and His Happy Idea for Cutting it Short,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Mr. Meekins Blew Up the Cook,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Oh, It Was an Awfully Mean Trick! But It Worked,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Joke Was on the Farmer,Carl Anderson,




Box SFS1-6-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 4, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Mr. Smartmeyer Tried To Do His Own Plumbing,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Why the New Nurse Girl Didn't Suit,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: But He Did It,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: An Auction Sale in Africa,Gus Dirks,



One-shot: How a Dog Lost All Respect for His Owner,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Mr. Smartmeyer Tried To Do His Own Plumbing,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Why the New Nurse Girl Didn't Suit,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: But He Did It,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: An Auction Sale in Africa,Gus Dirks,





One-shot: How a Dog Lost All Respect for His Owner,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-6-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 11, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: A Pleasant Meeting,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Proposing Under Difficulties,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Why the Doorkeeper Did Not Know His Face,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Some Misfit Titles,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Pleasant Meeting,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Proposing Under Difficulties,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Why the Doorkeeper Did Not Know His Face,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Some Misfit Titles,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-6-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 18, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Is Woman Driving Man Off the Stage?,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Oh!!! If the Axe Hadn't Broken!,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Weary Willie Hopped All the Way to Hastyville,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: All's Well That Ends Well, Or, A Proposal That Was Made Under Great Difficulties,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Is Woman Driving Man Off the Stage?,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Oh!!! If the Axe Hadn't Broken!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Weary Willie Hopped All the Way to Hastyville,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: All's Well That Ends Well, Or, A Proposal That Was Made Under Great Difficulties,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-6-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 25, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: When 'Fahder' Came Back,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: It Was More than a Hungry Mortal could Stand,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Out of His Class: A Thanksgiving Day Football Incident,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How the Chief Lost His Thanksgiving Dinner, Or, Mr. Goodman's Happy Escape,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: When 'Fahder' Came Back,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: It Was More than a Hungry Mortal could Stand,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Out of His Class: A Thanksgiving Day Football Incident,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How the Chief Lost His Thanksgiving Dinner, Or, Mr. Goodman's Happy Escape,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-7-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 2, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Clarence Was Not Rugged Enough,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: It Worked,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Marine Band--A Diver's Dream,Gus Dirks,





One-shot: He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Clarence Was Not Rugged Enough,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: It Worked,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Marine Band--A Diver's Dream,Gus Dirks,




Box SFS1-7-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 9, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Santa Claus's Review! The Dream that Little Johnny Had after Seeing Meissonier's Famous Painting,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How a Rude Fisherman Spoiled a Submarine Christmas Festival,Gus Dirks,



One-shot: No, Uncle Joe Will Never Play Santy Claus Again,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Santa Claus's Review! The Dream that Little Johnny Had after Seeing Meissonier's Famous Painting,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How a Rude Fisherman Spoiled a Submarine Christmas Festival,Gus Dirks,





One-shot: No, Uncle Joe Will Never Play Santy Claus Again,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-7-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 23, 1900,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Janitor's Christmas Present,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How Bilkins Hung the Mistletoe,Carl Anderson,



Several unsigned cartoons.,





One-shot: The Janitor's Christmas Present,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Bilkins Hung the Mistletoe,Carl Anderson,





Several unsigned cartoons.,




Box SFS1-8-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 20, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Lord Chumpleigh Entertained His Wife's Mother. Thank Goodness, No American Would Do Such a Thing!,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Yellow Dog Slipped In,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Wasn't It Too Bad, After He Had Taken All That Trouble to Make Himself Look Respectable?,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: How Lord Chumpleigh Entertained His Wife's Mother. Thank Goodness, No American Would Do Such a Thing!,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Yellow Dog Slipped In,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Wasn't It Too Bad, After He Had Taken All That Trouble to Make Himself Look Respectable?,Carl Anderson,




Box SFS1-8-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 27, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Mr. Tuffmug Met His Waterloo,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The New Cook. And the Awful Scare that Little Tommy Gave Her,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: A New Way of Getting Rich,creator unknown,



One-shot: Mr. Familyman's Dream of the Intelligence Office of the Near Future,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Mr. Tuffmug Met His Waterloo,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The New Cook. And the Awful Scare that Little Tommy Gave Her,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A New Way of Getting Rich,creator unknown,





One-shot: Mr. Familyman's Dream of the Intelligence Office of the Near Future,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-9-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 3, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 40 cm


One-shot: How Private Mulvaney Saluted Under Difficulties,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Education of the Little Black Lambs. By Their Uncle Ebeneezer,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: How Jones Solved the Servant Girl Problem. Palmistry Did It,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Private Mulvaney Saluted Under Difficulties,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Education of the Little Black Lambs. By Their Uncle Ebeneezer,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: How Jones Solved the Servant Girl Problem. Palmistry Did It,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-9-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 10, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Professor Brainberry, the Great Inventor, Solved One Phase of the Servant Girl Question,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: The Revenge of the Valiant Knight; Or, How Sir Weary de Cade Swatted the Pup,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Professor Brainberry, the Great Inventor, Solved One Phase of the Servant Girl Question,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Revenge of the Valiant Knight; Or, How Sir Weary de Cade Swatted the Pup,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-9-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 17, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Why Col. Skinflint Opened His Pond to the Public. A Blood-curdling Narrative of Terrible Revenge,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How the Dude Won a Sweeping Victory,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Merely to Settle a Dispute. This Series is Dedicated to Those Sweet Creatures Who Go Shopping for the Fun of It,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: A Champion's Record,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Why Col. Skinflint Opened His Pond to the Public. A Blood-curdling Narrative of Terrible Revenge,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How the Dude Won a Sweeping Victory,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Merely to Settle a Dispute. This Series is Dedicated to Those Sweet Creatures Who Go Shopping for the Fun of It,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: A Champion's Record,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-9-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 24, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Der Sidewalks Vass Not Clear,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Marsoolazums. A Funny Scene That Swinnerton Saw Through a Telescope on the Planet Mars,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: He Believed in Microbes,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Mr. Familyman's Alphabet of the Cooks He Has Had,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Der Sidewalks Vass Not Clear,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Marsoolazums. A Funny Scene That Swinnerton Saw Through a Telescope on the Planet Mars,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Believed in Microbes,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Mr. Familyman's Alphabet of the Cooks He Has Had,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-10-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 3, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: An Illustrated Explanation,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Skinflint, the Boarding House Keeper, Passed a Hot Plate. And How the Foxy Boarder Had His Revenge,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Professor Bixwix, the Great Naturalist, Sees a Sign. And Reads It,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Swift Action! A Tale of Herr Blinkwinker and His Neighbor's Goat,creator unknown,



One-shot: How Mr. Housekeep Disciplined His Cook,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: An Illustrated Explanation,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Skinflint, the Boarding House Keeper, Passed a Hot Plate. And How the Foxy Boarder Had His Revenge,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Professor Bixwix, the Great Naturalist, Sees a Sign. And Reads It,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Swift Action! A Tale of Herr Blinkwinker and His Neighbor's Goat,creator unknown,





One-shot: How Mr. Housekeep Disciplined His Cook,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-10-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 10, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: Retribution! The moral of this tale is: Don't Laugh Until You're Sure,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Strategic Scheme That Didn't Work,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Herr Professor Scheutzenfest, The Great Bug Hunter, Learns Something New,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Why Mr. Littleflat's Cook Didn't Leave,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Retribution! The moral of this tale is: Don't Laugh Until You're Sure,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Strategic Scheme That Didn't Work,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Herr Professor Scheutzenfest, The Great Bug Hunter, Learns Something New,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Why Mr. Littleflat's Cook Didn't Leave,Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS1-11-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 7, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Black Cat. Or How a Pleasant Tete-A-Tete Was Knocked Galley West,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: An Easter Sunday Promenade,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Art Class in the Jungle,Rudolph Dirks,



Illustrated advertisement: Cheerful Moments (booksellers).,





One-shot: The Black Cat. Or How a Pleasant Tete-A-Tete Was Knocked Galley West,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Easter Sunday Promenade,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Art Class in the Jungle,Rudolph Dirks,





Illustrated advertisement: Cheerful Moments (booksellers).,




Box SFS1-11-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 14, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Herr Scheutzenfest's Pipe Went Out,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: The Sweet Cherub With the Milk Bottle and the Old Brute,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Herr Scheutzenfest's Pipe Went Out,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: The Sweet Cherub With the Milk Bottle and the Old Brute,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-12-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 5, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Such a Mix-Up! A Spring Symposium by F.B. Opper, R. Dirks, J. Swinnerton and Gus Dirks,Gus Dirks, Rudolph Dirks, Frederick Burr Opper, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: And Brother Hiram Slept On,creator unknown,



One-shot: And Then Mamma Woke Up. How a Poor Artist's Lovemaking Was Rudely Interrupted,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Troubles of Noah. Killing Time on the Ark,Robert W. Edgren,





One-shot: Such a Mix-Up! A Spring Symposium by F.B. Opper, R. Dirks, J. Swinnerton and Gus Dirks,Gus Dirks, Rudolph Dirks, Frederick Burr Opper, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: And Brother Hiram Slept On,creator unknown,





One-shot: And Then Mamma Woke Up. How a Poor Artist's Lovemaking Was Rudely Interrupted,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Troubles of Noah. Killing Time on the Ark,Robert W. Edgren,




Box SFS1-13-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 1, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: A Wooing That Went Wrong. Or, How the Penniless Baron Lost a Rich Though Somewhat Homely Wife,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Wooing That Went Wrong. Or, How the Penniless Baron Lost a Rich Though Somewhat Homely Wife,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-13-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 8, 1901,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm


One-shot: Bill the Burglar Breaks Into a Harlem Flat,Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Papa Gave It Up!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Bill the Burglar Breaks Into a Harlem Flat,Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Papa Gave It Up!,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-13-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 15, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: How Burgling Bill Got Out of Jail. And Then Became Eager to Get in Again,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: What a Man Gets for Being Kind-Hearted,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Burgling Bill Got Out of Jail. And Then Became Eager to Get in Again,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: What a Man Gets for Being Kind-Hearted,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-13-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 22, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Wonderful Fish Story,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Wonderful Fish Story,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS1-13-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 29, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-3-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 25, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-4-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-4-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-4-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-4-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


Illustrated advertisements: Mechanical Doll Works, Dime Specialty Company.,





Illustrated advertisements: Mechanical Doll Works, Dime Specialty Company.,




Box SFS2-5-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: Clarence's First Boxing Lesson,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Clarence's First Boxing Lesson,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-5-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: There Were Eight of Them!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: There Were Eight of Them!,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-5-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: An Interrupted Flirtation,H. B. Martin,





One-shot: An Interrupted Flirtation,H. B. Martin,




Box SFS2-5-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: Why There Was No Duck For Dinner,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Why There Was No Duck For Dinner,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-5-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 29, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-6-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-6-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-6-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon,H. B. Martin,





One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon,H. B. Martin,




Box SFS2-6-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-7-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 3, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-7-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 10, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: He Was Quite a Smart Man,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Was Quite a Smart Man,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-7-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 17, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-7-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 24, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-7-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 31, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-8-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, June 7, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-8-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, June 14, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-8-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, June 21, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: He Was an Ungrateful Gentleman!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Was an Ungrateful Gentleman!,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-8-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, June 28, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-9-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-9-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Grateful Cow!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Grateful Cow!,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS2-9-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS2-9-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS3-3-2
Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: Playing Horsie!,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Playing Horsie!,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS3-4-4
Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-5-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 15, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-5-3
Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 22, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-7-6
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-7-7
Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-8-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, August 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-9-5
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 11, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-9-6
Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 18, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS3-10-7
Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 9, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm



Box SFS4-7-1
Chicago American Comic Supplement Comic Supplement, February 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm






The Chicago Record-Herald , 1902-1905

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS41-1-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For Our Little Folks section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,



One-shot: The Kids Glue a Vaudeville Show,Ike Morgan,





For Our Little Folks section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,





One-shot: The Kids Glue a Vaudeville Show,Ike Morgan,




Box SFS41-1-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For Our Little Folks section.,





For Our Little Folks section.,




Box SFS41-1-3
The chicago Record-Herald, January 19, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: Two surprises - One for the buglar, the other for his intended victim,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: Two surprises - One for the buglar, the other for his intended victim,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-1-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 26, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
One-shot: How Jimmy brought the material for an egg-filp,H. Von Hofsten,



One-shot: Pride and Envy meet their match,Morgan,





One-shot: How Jimmy brought the material for an egg-filp,H. Von Hofsten,





One-shot: Pride and Envy meet their match,Morgan,




Box SFS41-2-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: A Rat. A Dog. And some exciting acrobatics,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: The "Duetto" a musical tragedy in eight movements,creator unknown,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: A Rat. A Dog. And some exciting acrobatics,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The "Duetto" a musical tragedy in eight movements,creator unknown,




Box SFS41-2-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 9, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: He found out who sent the valentine,Clarence Rigby,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: He found out who sent the valentine,Clarence Rigby,




Box SFS41-2-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: Story of the meanest men on Earth, the falling snow, and the industrious little boy,Ike Morgan,



One-shot: True love never runs smooth,H. Von Hofsten,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: Story of the meanest men on Earth, the falling snow, and the industrious little boy,Ike Morgan,





One-shot: True love never runs smooth,H. Von Hofsten,




Box SFS41-2-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: Round-up of the dog meet,W. H. Powers,



One-shot: The sad end of a funny story,creator unknown,



One-shot: A dinner episode in the cyclone belt,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: Round-up of the dog meet,W. H. Powers,





One-shot: The sad end of a funny story,creator unknown,





One-shot: A dinner episode in the cyclone belt,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-3-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: Polly got the cracker,W. H. Powers,



One-shot: Mr. Grumpy learns that the happenings pictured in the comic paper are not without their parallels in real life, he is given a practical lesson,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: Polly got the cracker,W. H. Powers,





One-shot: Mr. Grumpy learns that the happenings pictured in the comic paper are not without their parallels in real life, he is given a practical lesson,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-3-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 9, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: Fable in many colors of the irritable old gent and the valise,Ike Morgan,



One-shot: True story of a dog wihout a pedigree but plenty of good common sense,E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: As seen in a looking-Glass or the cat catastrophe,H. Von Hofsten,



One-shot: The Stubborn horse, the obliging chauffeur, and last of all, a most uncomfortable "fare" pick the winner if you can,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: Fable in many colors of the irritable old gent and the valise,Ike Morgan,





One-shot: True story of a dog wihout a pedigree but plenty of good common sense,E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: As seen in a looking-Glass or the cat catastrophe,H. Von Hofsten,





One-shot: The Stubborn horse, the obliging chauffeur, and last of all, a most uncomfortable "fare" pick the winner if you can,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-3-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: The rise and fall of the darby dog club,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: The rise and fall of the darby dog club,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-3-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Illustration: Aloe in Canyon Garden,W. H. Powers,



One-shot: It looked like fire-water, and, by the sizzling shades of torrid vulcan it was fire-water; Poor old Adam Walker pays the penalty of his skepticism,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: One hour of a busy man's pay,H. Von Hofsten,



One-shot: He forgot the date and changed his colors,W. H. Powers,



One-shot: Fable in many colors of the Spring poet and the March day,Morgan,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Illustration: Aloe in Canyon Garden,W. H. Powers,





One-shot: It looked like fire-water, and, by the sizzling shades of torrid vulcan it was fire-water; Poor old Adam Walker pays the penalty of his skepticism,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: One hour of a busy man's pay,H. Von Hofsten,





One-shot: He forgot the date and changed his colors,W. H. Powers,





One-shot: Fable in many colors of the Spring poet and the March day,Morgan,




Box SFS41-3-5
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 30, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Illustration for Georgies' Paw helps to make it pleasant for the kitchen girls,creator unknown,



Enchanted Pictures,E. H. Brotts,



Illustrations by: Mora,



One-shot: Mr. Highliver's doctor advised a sea voyage for rest and recreation, and now the patient has lost faith in physicians,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Illustration for Georgies' Paw helps to make it pleasant for the kitchen girls,creator unknown,





Enchanted Pictures,E. H. Brotts,





Illustrations by: Mora,





One-shot: Mr. Highliver's doctor advised a sea voyage for rest and recreation, and now the patient has lost faith in physicians,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-4-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,



Magic Paint Tubes section: illustrations by W. H. Powers and games.,



Illustration for Kiki and the little Boer,Morgan,



Illustration for Shop talk on scene-painting and stage-setting,W. H. Powers,



One-shot: Too good to be ture, only an artist's dream,H. Von Hofsten,



One-shot: Poor old Walker Slabside's ingenious escape from the horde of hostile dogs that menaced him,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,





Magic Paint Tubes section: illustrations by W. H. Powers and games.,





Illustration for Kiki and the little Boer,Morgan,





Illustration for Shop talk on scene-painting and stage-setting,W. H. Powers,





One-shot: Too good to be ture, only an artist's dream,H. Von Hofsten,





One-shot: Poor old Walker Slabside's ingenious escape from the horde of hostile dogs that menaced him,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-4-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 13, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,



Magic Paint Pots section: illustrations and games.,



Illustration for A lesson in Tragedy,Morgan,



Illustration for Three Thousand miles over snow and ice,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Old farmer Mossbank gets a temperance lesson in his own barnyard, and as for the animals, what headaches they all had the next norning,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,





Magic Paint Pots section: illustrations and games.,





Illustration for A lesson in Tragedy,Morgan,





Illustration for Three Thousand miles over snow and ice,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Old farmer Mossbank gets a temperance lesson in his own barnyard, and as for the animals, what headaches they all had the next norning,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-4-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 20, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,



Magic Paint Spots section: illustrations and games.,



Illustration for Wolves and men go hunting,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Sudden retribution for a row of rubbernecks,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,





Magic Paint Spots section: illustrations and games.,





Illustration for Wolves and men go hunting,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Sudden retribution for a row of rubbernecks,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-4-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 27, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


For Our Little Folks section.,



Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,



Magic Paint Buckets section: illustrations by W. H. Powers and games.,



Illustration for True and Brave - The story of old black watch, a house dog,Morgan,



Illustration for Stampeding in Alaska,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for Georgie's paw on the coronation of young king Alfonso of Spain,creator unknown,



One-shot: The strenuous bath - or how Miss Marie was taught an interesting lesson in the gentile art of precaution,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Enchanted Pictures: Mother Goose in Animaldom,E. H. Brotts,





Magic Paint Buckets section: illustrations by W. H. Powers and games.,





Illustration for True and Brave - The story of old black watch, a house dog,Morgan,





Illustration for Stampeding in Alaska,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for Georgie's paw on the coronation of young king Alfonso of Spain,creator unknown,





One-shot: The strenuous bath - or how Miss Marie was taught an interesting lesson in the gentile art of precaution,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-5-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 4, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Illustration for How big little salted N7,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Clara's dream of a hat, a gust of wind, and a dreadful mix-up all around,Walter McDougall,





Illustration for How big little salted N7,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Clara's dream of a hat, a gust of wind, and a dreadful mix-up all around,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-5-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 11, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Illustration for Georgie's paw on the trouble of performer who performs,creator unknown,



Illustration for Pictures for the Press Exhibition, Artists' leage,several artists,





Illustration for Georgie's paw on the trouble of performer who performs,creator unknown,





Illustration for Pictures for the Press Exhibition, Artists' leage,several artists,




Box SFS41-5-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 18, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
One-shot: A popular belief exploded,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: A popular belief exploded,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-5-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 25, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Illustration for John W. Gates as he appears to Georgie's paw,creator unknown,



One-shot: The economical house wife and the interfering dog; or, how the honest painter enjoyed the last laugh,Walter McDougall,





Illustration for John W. Gates as he appears to Georgie's paw,creator unknown,





One-shot: The economical house wife and the interfering dog; or, how the honest painter enjoyed the last laugh,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-6-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 1, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Illustration for Georgie's paw's idea of a busy day with Morgan,creator unknown,



One-shot: The bad book and the stern mamma; or what's sauce for the goose isn't always sauce for the duckling,Walter McDougall,





Illustration for Georgie's paw's idea of a busy day with Morgan,creator unknown,





One-shot: The bad book and the stern mamma; or what's sauce for the goose isn't always sauce for the duckling,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-6-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 8, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
One-shot: Award of smoke nuisance or the story of Mr. Busy and his first stogie,Scmedtsen,



One-shot: The evolution of the original comic supplement,Morgan,





One-shot: Award of smoke nuisance or the story of Mr. Busy and his first stogie,Scmedtsen,





One-shot: The evolution of the original comic supplement,Morgan,




Box SFS41-6-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 15, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
One-shot: The thrilling rescue of little Tommy's best hat,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The thrilling rescue of little Tommy's best hat,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-6-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 22, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
One-shot: Shifty Sam's escape from the policement,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Shifty Sam's escape from the policement,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-6-5
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 29, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
One-shot: The village of romance, the village of real estate advertisements, and the village as it usually is,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The village of romance, the village of real estate advertisements, and the village as it usually is,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-7-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, September 7, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
In the children's realm section: illustrated stories by A. H. Arnold, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,



One-shot: Monsieur zoo proves animals' extreme vanity,Walter McDougall,





In the children's realm section: illustrated stories by A. H. Arnold, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,





One-shot: Monsieur zoo proves animals' extreme vanity,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-7-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, September 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: The marvelous cruise of the slaunch hand cavern,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: The marvelous cruise of the slaunch hand cavern,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-7-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, September 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



One-shot: The sad and astonishing adventures of a trained bear,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





One-shot: The sad and astonishing adventures of a trained bear,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-7-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, September 28, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Something interesting for the children to read - on Illinois Street section: illustrated stories by W. H. Powers, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,



Illustration for The pipe dreamer's club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: What we may all come to if the scarcity of coal should continue,Walter McDougall,





Something interesting for the children to read - on Illinois Street section: illustrated stories by W. H. Powers, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,





Illustration for The pipe dreamer's club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: What we may all come to if the scarcity of coal should continue,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-8-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, October 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Children, this page is all your own section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration for City ordinances that seem to have been forgotten by everybody,Vonh,



One-shot: Some prehistoric cave paintings recently discovered by Prof. D'ougall'Mac',Walter McDougall,





Children, this page is all your own section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration for City ordinances that seem to have been forgotten by everybody,Vonh,





One-shot: Some prehistoric cave paintings recently discovered by Prof. D'ougall'Mac',Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-8-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, October 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Thirty minutes of fun for the little children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: A protest from the barn-yard,Reese,





Thirty minutes of fun for the little children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: A protest from the barn-yard,Reese,




Box SFS41-8-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, October 19, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
In the children's realm section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: The brigands and the book agent,creator unknown,



One-shot: Dan finds that walking on the ball is hard work,Campbell,





In the children's realm section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: The brigands and the book agent,creator unknown,





One-shot: Dan finds that walking on the ball is hard work,Campbell,




Box SFS41-8-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, October 26, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Hour's reading for the children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



One-shot: A tale of a match, a wrench, a haystack, and a gun with an airship thrown in,Walter McDougall,





Hour's reading for the children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





One-shot: A tale of a match, a wrench, a haystack, and a gun with an airship thrown in,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-9-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Page for the boys and girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: The mystery of the studio or how did the baby get the feather duster?,Walter McDougall,





Page for the boys and girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: The mystery of the studio or how did the baby get the feather duster?,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-9-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 9, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: The Story of a man, a hat, and a trained dog,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: The Story of a man, a hat, and a trained dog,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-9-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Something For Children to Read section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: Umpilooloo becomes boss of his own house,Walter McDougall,





Something For Children to Read section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: Umpilooloo becomes boss of his own house,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-9-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Half Hour with the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: An oriental lady's defense of her rights,Jean Mohr,





Half Hour with the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: An oriental lady's defense of her rights,Jean Mohr,




Box SFS41-9-5
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 30, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: The cat came back, but it made a lot of trouble,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: The cat came back, but it made a lot of trouble,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-10-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, December 7, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: A duel follows trouble in the blue gum social,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: A duel follows trouble in the blue gum social,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-10-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,



One-shot: Uncle Podshell gives a trial of his self-made airship,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Pipe Dreamer's Club,John T. McCutcheon,





One-shot: Uncle Podshell gives a trial of his self-made airship,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-10-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Page of Christmas Reading for the Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration for The Troubles of Santa Claus,Robert Carter,



One-shot: Percy and Clarence assist Miss Wootsie - just once,Walter McDougall,





Page of Christmas Reading for the Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration for The Troubles of Santa Claus,Robert Carter,





One-shot: Percy and Clarence assist Miss Wootsie - just once,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS41-10-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, November 28, 1902,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Happy New Year to the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,



One-shot: Jungle Jokes makes their little laughs,Walter McDougall,





Happy New Year to the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles.,





One-shot: Jungle Jokes makes their little laughs,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-1-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 4, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: Old friends reunited, or what a little child can do,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: Old friends reunited, or what a little child can do,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-1-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 11, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: The true terror of the forest, the boy, and his slingshot,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: The true terror of the forest, the boy, and his slingshot,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-1-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: What happened to uncle Amos,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: What happened to uncle Amos,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-1-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, January 25, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration: The Wentworth family in Gotobogganing Lincoln Park, Cutout Section.creator unknown,



One-shot: Professor Darwin Doenutt studies infantile expression,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration: The Wentworth family in Gotobogganing Lincoln Park, Cutout Section.creator unknown,





One-shot: Professor Darwin Doenutt studies infantile expression,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-2-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration: Uncle John Gould takes the Wentworth family to the theatre, Cutout Section.creator unknown,



Illustration: February Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration: Uncle John Gould takes the Wentworth family to the theatre, Cutout Section.creator unknown,





Illustration: February Calendar,Schmedtsen,




Box SFS42-2-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
For Our Little Folks section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration: The Wentworths go ice-boating on Lake Geneva, Cutout Section.creator unknown,



One-shot: Days doings with absent minded Uncle Amos,Walter McDougall,





For Our Little Folks section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration: The Wentworths go ice-boating on Lake Geneva, Cutout Section.creator unknown,





One-shot: Days doings with absent minded Uncle Amos,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-2-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
This page is the Children's own section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration: The Wentworths gives a fancy dress party, Cutout Section.creator unknown,



Illustration: Valentines,H. Von Hofsten,





This page is the Children's own section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration: The Wentworths gives a fancy dress party, Cutout Section.creator unknown,





Illustration: Valentines,H. Von Hofsten,




Box SFS42-2-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, February 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration: The Wentworth family visit the fire engine house, Cutout Section.creator unknown,



Illustration: Colonel Monroe's doctrine,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Ezra and Hiram "Ketch th' derned scorchers b' gosh!",Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration: The Wentworth family visit the fire engine house, Cutout Section.creator unknown,





Illustration: Colonel Monroe's doctrine,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Ezra and Hiram "Ketch th' derned scorchers b' gosh!",Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-3-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section: Illustrations by E. H. Brotts,



Illustration: March Calendar,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Only one rat! if they only had a lot!,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section: Illustrations by E. H. Brotts,





Illustration: March Calendar,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Only one rat! if they only had a lot!,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-3-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 8, 1903 ,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section: Illustrations by E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: Fate overwhelms Mr. T. Totle and drags him to drink,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section: Illustrations by E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: Fate overwhelms Mr. T. Totle and drags him to drink,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-3-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section: illustrations, puzzle, and missing words by Loyd,



Illustration for Tom, the gardener's assistant,Sellen,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section: illustrations, puzzle, and missing words by Loyd,





Illustration for Tom, the gardener's assistant,Sellen,




Box SFS42-3-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,




Box SFS42-3-5
The Chicago Record-Herald, March 29, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section
Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Games section.,



Illustration: April Calendar,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Towser's tale of another dog's misfortune,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Games section.,





Illustration: April Calendar,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Towser's tale of another dog's misfortune,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-4-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration: Too many cooks spoil the broth,DA,



One-shot: Absent - minded Martha ask the old, old question,creator unknown,





Stories and Pictures for little folk section.,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration: Too many cooks spoil the broth,DA,





One-shot: Absent - minded Martha ask the old, old question,creator unknown,




Box SFS42-4-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



One-shot: Prehistoric man had a useful mother-in law,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





One-shot: Prehistoric man had a useful mother-in law,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-4-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration: Gas for Lighting and Cooking ,creator unknown,



Illustration for Billie's Triumph,DA,



One-shot: The trend of the auto-age is backwards,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration: Gas for Lighting and Cooking ,creator unknown,





Illustration for Billie's Triumph,DA,





One-shot: The trend of the auto-age is backwards,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-4-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, April 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section: illustrations by W. H. Powers,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



One-shot: Chollie buys a gift for Maud before he sails for Europe,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section: illustrations by W. H. Powers,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





One-shot: Chollie buys a gift for Maud before he sails for Europe,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-5-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 3, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section: illustrations by E. H. Brotts.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration: May Calendar,Schmedtsen,



Illustration: Portrait of Julia Marlowe,E. H. Brotts,



Illustration for Babiola and the brown dwarf,Ruben Merrifield,



One-shot: Spring in Kansas shows how uncle Esau started a cyclone and how easy it is,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section: illustrations by E. H. Brotts.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration: May Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Illustration: Portrait of Julia Marlowe,E. H. Brotts,





Illustration for Babiola and the brown dwarf,Ruben Merrifield,





One-shot: Spring in Kansas shows how uncle Esau started a cyclone and how easy it is,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-5-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 10, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



One-shot: Miscalculations of hasty Harold the burglar ,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





One-shot: Miscalculations of hasty Harold the burglar ,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-5-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 17, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration for The Broken Strings,Morgan,



One-shot: Little Percy tries to photograph wild animals,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration for The Broken Strings,Morgan,





One-shot: Little Percy tries to photograph wild animals,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-5-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 24, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration for The Flagman and the Queen of Bohemia,Ike Morgan,



Illustration for The Little Red Dog,Morgan,



One-shot: What McDougall saw and heard in the woods one day,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration for The Flagman and the Queen of Bohemia,Ike Morgan,





Illustration for The Little Red Dog,Morgan,





One-shot: What McDougall saw and heard in the woods one day,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-5-5
The Chicago Record-Herald, May 31, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration: June Calendar,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: The true story of bluebeard's forbidden room, another fable exposed!,Walter McDougall,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration: June Calendar,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: The true story of bluebeard's forbidden room, another fable exposed!,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-6-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 7, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


This page is the Children's own section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration for Love in a Fog,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for A pardonable deception,Schmedtsen,





This page is the Children's own section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration for Love in a Fog,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for A pardonable deception,Schmedtsen,




Box SFS42-6-2
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 14, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Play Corner for Little Folks section: illustrated stories by W. H. Powers, Morris, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Games section.,



Illustration for Game Postponed,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The mystery of a Chicago Club woman's essay,Schmedtsen,



One-shot: Superstitious Claude is baffled by a hot-air spook,Walter McDougall,





Play Corner for Little Folks section: illustrated stories by W. H. Powers, Morris, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Games section.,





Illustration for Game Postponed,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The mystery of a Chicago Club woman's essay,Schmedtsen,





One-shot: Superstitious Claude is baffled by a hot-air spook,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-6-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 21, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Illustration for The Typewritten letter,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for Good old uncle,Schmedtsen,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Illustration for The Typewritten letter,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for Good old uncle,Schmedtsen,




Box SFS42-6-4
The Chicago Record-Herald, June 28, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Cutout and Paste section.,



Illustration: July Calendar,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for Neighbor King,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for Dame Mysery's Nut Tree,Morgan,



One-shot: Grandpa takes care of baby for two minutes,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Cutout and Paste section.,





Illustration: July Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for Neighbor King,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for Dame Mysery's Nut Tree,Morgan,





One-shot: Grandpa takes care of baby for two minutes,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-7-1
The Chicago Record-Herald, July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: An extremely curious afternoon with old Mr. Rubberneque,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: Fable in many colors of a sweet revenge,Morgan,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: An extremely curious afternoon with old Mr. Rubberneque,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Fable in many colors of a sweet revenge,Morgan,




Box SFS42-7-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,



One-shot: Hasty Harold the burglar breaks into a bath,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,





One-shot: Hasty Harold the burglar breaks into a bath,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-7-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page,Walter Saalburg,



Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,



One-shot: Uncle Gertzen sets a trap for a mermaid but loses his bait,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page,Walter Saalburg,





Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,





One-shot: Uncle Gertzen sets a trap for a mermaid but loses his bait,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-7-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,



Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,



One-shot: Poet M'Cann has fifteen minutes with Pegasus,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,





Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,





One-shot: Poet M'Cann has fifteen minutes with Pegasus,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-8-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 2, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Illustration for In Missouri,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The Romance of a lakeside Gretna Green,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: The octopus at atlantic city; or, what the editor and artist saw,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Illustration for In Missouri,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The Romance of a lakeside Gretna Green,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: The octopus at atlantic city; or, what the editor and artist saw,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-8-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 9, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,



Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,



Illustration for Thirty Cents,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,





Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,





Illustration for Thirty Cents,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,




Box SFS42-8-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 16, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,



Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: the submarine circus discovered and illustrated by our special deep - sea artist,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,





Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: the submarine circus discovered and illustrated by our special deep - sea artist,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-8-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 23, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,



Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,



Illustration for Brilliant idea of Ezra LittleJohn,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: The joke that was passed along,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Walter Saalburg,





Illustration: Notes from the Fishing Resorts,creator unknown,





Illustration for Brilliant idea of Ezra LittleJohn,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: The joke that was passed along,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS42-8-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 30, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration: September Calender,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Panel cartoon for Bill poot, utility man,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Pathetic tale of a modern Jack and Jill,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration: September Calender,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for The Croxley Master,Harrison Cady,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Panel cartoon for Bill poot, utility man,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Pathetic tale of a modern Jack and Jill,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-1-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, September 6, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration: A bad Season ,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration: A bad Season ,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,




Box SFS43-1-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, September 13, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Poems worth keeping,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: The story of a: rented automobile,C. Has Nolen,



One-shot: The sad end of a little flirtation,Ned Woodman,



One-shot: Uncle Dockstader builds an automibile and gets into the dizzy whirl,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Poems worth keeping,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: The story of a: rented automobile,C. Has Nolen,





One-shot: The sad end of a little flirtation,Ned Woodman,





One-shot: Uncle Dockstader builds an automibile and gets into the dizzy whirl,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-1-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, September 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Poems worth keeping,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: The finishing touch - An everyday tale of fashion and patience,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Poems worth keeping,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: The finishing touch - An everyday tale of fashion and patience,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-1-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, September 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Poems worth keeping,



Illustration: October Calendar,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



One-shot: Aunt Anna takes care of little Harold for a while,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Poems worth keeping,





Illustration: October Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





One-shot: Aunt Anna takes care of little Harold for a while,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-2-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, October 4, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The lady of the red house,Morgan,



One-shot: A story without words,F. Neydhart,



One-shot: A page from the illustrated prospectus of the Pneumatic Protector and Companion Co,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for Emmy Lou, her book and heart,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The lady of the red house,Morgan,





One-shot: A story without words,F. Neydhart,





One-shot: A page from the illustrated prospectus of the Pneumatic Protector and Companion Co,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-2-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, October 11, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for Emmy Lou in the forth reader,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The Orderly,E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: The day the ark sailed,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for Emmy Lou in the forth reader,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The Orderly,E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: The day the ark sailed,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-2-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, October 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for Peggy O'neal,Morgan,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for Peggy O'neal,Morgan,




Box SFS43-2-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, October 25, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for Emmy Lou in the sixth reader,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for Thrushes or blackbirds?,E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: The real and ideal - Two ideas of the country,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for Emmy Lou in the sixth reader,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for Thrushes or blackbirds?,E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: The real and ideal - Two ideas of the country,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-3-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, November 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration: November Calendar,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for Emmy Lou in the Highschool,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The master or Paramount and his undoing,Morgan,



One-shot: What happened when the hunting season opened,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration: November Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for Emmy Lou in the Highschool,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The master or Paramount and his undoing,Morgan,





One-shot: What happened when the hunting season opened,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-3-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, November 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for Emmy Lou is now Miss Maclauren,creator unknown,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The truth about scrugging as told by Jackson Biggles,Morgan,



One-shot: Sectional view of the home of the man who loves dogs and other animals,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for Emmy Lou is now Miss Maclauren,creator unknown,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The truth about scrugging as told by Jackson Biggles,Morgan,





One-shot: Sectional view of the home of the man who loves dogs and other animals,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-3-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, November 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The Inn, from the french of guy De Maupassant,Morgan,



One-shot: Mr. Gudehart invites the children out to his country home,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The Inn, from the french of guy De Maupassant,Morgan,





One-shot: Mr. Gudehart invites the children out to his country home,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-3-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, November 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The awakening of Mary Anne:: A thanksgiving story,creator unknown,



Illustration for A man who had no home,E. H. Brotts,



One-shot: The prevailing craze for out - door sports as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Little Folk section.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The awakening of Mary Anne:: A thanksgiving story,creator unknown,





Illustration for A man who had no home,E. H. Brotts,





One-shot: The prevailing craze for out - door sports as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-3-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, November 29, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,



Illustration: December Calendar,Schmedtsen,



Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,



Illustration for The truth as it was reveled,Morgan,



One-shot: Story of an apple thief,F. Neydhart,



One-shot: A night in Bohemia or the cheap table - de - hote,Walter McDougall,





Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Puzzle Page Ned Woodman,





Illustration: December Calendar,Schmedtsen,





Illustration for The Wonderful Kingdom of Wonderful Things,Ben F. McCutcheon,





Illustration for The truth as it was reveled,Morgan,





One-shot: Story of an apple thief,F. Neydhart,





One-shot: A night in Bohemia or the cheap table - de - hote,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-4-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, December 6, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Little Folk section.,



One-shot: The muniktrick children play at shipwreck,Walter McDougall,





Little Folk section.,





One-shot: The muniktrick children play at shipwreck,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-4-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, December 13, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Little Folk section.,



One-shot: Santa Claus with some expensive toy ideas for millionaries' children,Walter McDougall,





Little Folk section.,





One-shot: Santa Claus with some expensive toy ideas for millionaries' children,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-4-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, December 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: What some people expect to find in Elysium,Walter McDougall,





For the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: What some people expect to find in Elysium,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-4-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, December 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For the Little Folk section.,



One-shot: Old Mr. Profanity makes a new year's resolution,Walter McDougall,





For the Little Folk section.,





One-shot: Old Mr. Profanity makes a new year's resolution,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-5-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, January 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For our Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: Inpressions of fitting other place for some people we all know,Walter McDougall,





For our Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: Inpressions of fitting other place for some people we all know,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-5-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, January 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For our Little Folk section.,



One-shot: The american millionaire at home with a few friends,Walter McDougall,





For our Little Folk section.,





One-shot: The american millionaire at home with a few friends,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-5-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, January 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For our Little Folk section.,



Illustration by: Hy Gage,



One-shot: The joys of Winter in the country,Walter McDougall,





For our Little Folk section.,





Illustration by: Hy Gage,





One-shot: The joys of Winter in the country,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-5-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, January 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
One-shot: Life in the city as the countryman pictures it,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Life in the city as the countryman pictures it,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-5-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, January 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Children's Page section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: McDougall takes a snapshot at the Grand Opera,Walter McDougall,





Children's Page section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: McDougall takes a snapshot at the Grand Opera,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-6-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, February 7, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: Joys and Sorrows of leap year = as imaged by McDougall,Walter McDougall,





Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: Joys and Sorrows of leap year = as imaged by McDougall,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-6-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, February 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For Little Men and Women section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: Puzzle - Find who the joke is on,Morgan,



One-shot: St Valentine's Day in the stone age ,Walter McDougall,





For Little Men and Women section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: Puzzle - Find who the joke is on,Morgan,





One-shot: St Valentine's Day in the stone age ,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-6-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, February 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Panel cartoon, Speaking of Ancestors,Charles Reese,



One-shot: McDougall peeps into the future - Age of flying machines,Walter McDougall,





Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Panel cartoon, Speaking of Ancestors,Charles Reese,





One-shot: McDougall peeps into the future - Age of flying machines,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-6-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Our Young Readers section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration by: Hy Gage,



Panel cartoon, Speaking of Ancestors,Charles Reese,



One-shot: An up-to-date Railroad Terminal as pictured by McDougall,Walter McDougall,





Our Young Readers section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration by: Hy Gage,





Panel cartoon, Speaking of Ancestors,Charles Reese,





One-shot: An up-to-date Railroad Terminal as pictured by McDougall,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-7-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 6, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Our Young Readers section.,



Illustration by: Hy Gage,



One-shot: A hold = up in the ancient days,creator unknown,



One-shot: Terror in the country - An automobile is coming,Walter McDougall,





Our Young Readers section.,





Illustration by: Hy Gage,





One-shot: A hold = up in the ancient days,creator unknown,





One-shot: Terror in the country - An automobile is coming,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-7-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Children's Page section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: A magic dinner,Charles Reese,



One-shot: A circus in the Stone Age = Imagined by McDougall,Walter McDougall,





The Children's Page section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: A magic dinner,Charles Reese,





One-shot: A circus in the Stone Age = Imagined by McDougall,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-7-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: Effect of the war everyday affairs,Walter McDougall,





For The Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: Effect of the war everyday affairs,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-7-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 27, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
To entertain the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



One-shot: The easier tragedy: or, why papa has to link his old hat,Walter McDougall,





To entertain the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





One-shot: The easier tragedy: or, why papa has to link his old hat,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-8-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
A Page for our Boys and Girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: The military life = As seen by Walt McDougall,Walter McDougall,





A Page for our Boys and Girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: The military life = As seen by Walt McDougall,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-8-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
A Page for our Boys and Girls section.,



Panel cartoon, Hy Gage,



One-shot: A McDougall view of life in Salt Lake City,Walter McDougall,





A Page for our Boys and Girls section.,





Panel cartoon, Hy Gage,





One-shot: A McDougall view of life in Salt Lake City,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-8-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Our Young Readers section.,



Illustration for Rabiola and the beam stalk,Reuben Merrifield,



One-shot: Pictures from the string dog show - by Walt McDougall,Walter McDougall,





Our Young Readers section.,





Illustration for Rabiola and the beam stalk,Reuben Merrifield,





One-shot: Pictures from the string dog show - by Walt McDougall,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS43-8-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Children's Page section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



Illustration by: Reuben Merrifield,



One-shot: Joys of Spring - Housecleaning as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,





The Children's Page section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





Illustration by: Reuben Merrifield,





One-shot: Joys of Spring - Housecleaning as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-1-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 1, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
A Page for our Boys and Girls section.,



One-shot: Sure signs of Spring = as McDougall saw them,Walter McDougall,





A Page for our Boys and Girls section.,





One-shot: Sure signs of Spring = as McDougall saw them,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-1-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 8, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For Little Men and Women section.,



Illustration by: Hy Gage,



One-shot: The joys of Spring - The Strawberry Festival,Walter McDougall,





For Little Men and Women section.,





Illustration by: Hy Gage,





One-shot: The joys of Spring - The Strawberry Festival,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-1-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 15, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,



One-shot: When the plumber makes his little visit,Walter McDougall,





For The Little Folk section.,





One-shot: When the plumber makes his little visit,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-1-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 22, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures for Boys and Girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: Opening of the boating season as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,





Stories and Pictures for Boys and Girls section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, puzzles, and cutouts.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: Opening of the boating season as McDougall sees it,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-1-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 29,1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,



Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,



One-shot: The joys of Summer -- The good old Family Hotel,Walter McDougall,





For The Little Folk section.,





Occasional marginal illustrations by: Jean Mohr,





One-shot: The joys of Summer -- The good old Family Hotel,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS44-2-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 5, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,





For The Little Folk section.,




Box SFS44-2-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 12, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,





For The Little Folk section.,




Box SFS44-2-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 19, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,





For The Little Folk section.,




Box SFS44-2-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 26, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For Little Men and Women section.,





For Little Men and Women section.,




Box SFS44-3-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,





For The Little Folk section.,




Box SFS44-3-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
For The Little Folk section.,





For The Little Folk section.,




Box SFS44-3-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration: Alphabetical Jingles,Harvey Peake,





Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration: Alphabetical Jingles,Harvey Peake,




Box SFS44-3-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration for The ice man,H. Von Hofsten,





Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration for The ice man,H. Von Hofsten,




Box SFS44-3-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-4-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 7, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration for Sing a Song,H. Von. Hofsten,





Bright Stories for Bright Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration for Sing a Song,H. Von. Hofsten,




Box SFS44-4-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Page For Little Folk section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Page For Little Folk section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-4-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, August 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Page For Little Folk section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Page For Little Folk section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-5-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.
Amusements For Little People section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Amusements For Little People section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-5-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.
A Page of Stories for Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





A Page of Stories for Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-5-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, March 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.
Stories for the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Stories for the Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-6-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 2, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
A Page of Stories for Little Ones section.,





A Page of Stories for Little Ones section.,




Box SFS44-6-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 9, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Cozy Corner for The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Cozy Corner for The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-6-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 16,1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Cozy Corner for The Children section.,





Cozy Corner for The Children section.,




Box SFS44-6-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 23, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Stories and Pictures For The Children section.,





Stories and Pictures For The Children section.,




Box SFS44-6-5
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, April 30, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Reading for Little People section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Reading for Little People section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-7-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 7, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Good Reading for The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Good Reading for The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-7-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 14, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
To Amuse The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





To Amuse The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-7-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 21, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
To Interest The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





To Interest The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-7-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, May 28, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Story Corner For Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Story Corner For Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-8-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, Jun 4,1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
What Children Like to Read section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





What Children Like to Read section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-8-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 11, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Just To Interest The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Just To Interest The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-8-3
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 18, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Half an Hour with The Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Half an Hour with The Little Folk section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-8-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, June 25, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Corner For The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Corner For The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-9-1
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 2, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.
Corner For The Children section.,





Corner For The Children section.,




Box SFS44-9-2
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Children's Section, July 9, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.
Page For The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Page For The Little Ones section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-9-3
The Chicago Record-Herald, July 16, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
This Page For The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,





This Page For The Children section: illustrated stories by E. H. Brotts, rhymes, and puzzles.,




Box SFS44-9-4
The Chicago Record-Herald Comic and Puzzle Section, July 23, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Cut and Paste Section,Frank Crane,



One-shot: The tale of a mouse tail,creator unknown,





The Muddled Menagerie Cut and Paste Section,Frank Crane,





One-shot: The tale of a mouse tail,creator unknown,




Box SFS44-9-5
The Chicago Record-Herald , July 30, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Front page only.

Box SFS44-10-1
The Chicago Record-Herald , August 6, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: On the minstrel stage,creator unknown,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: On the minstrel stage,creator unknown,




Box SFS44-10-2
The Chicago Record-Herald , August 13, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: Uncle Zeke, he tackels a phonygrahp,creator unknown,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: Uncle Zeke, he tackels a phonygrahp,creator unknown,




Box SFS44-10-3
The Chicago Record-Herald , August 20, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,




Box SFS44-10-4
The Chicago Record-Herald , August 27, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: Foiled,creator unknown,



One-shot: United States as she spoke,creator unknown,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: Foiled,creator unknown,





One-shot: United States as she spoke,creator unknown,




Box SFS45-1-1
The Chicago Record-Herald , September 3, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: Nimrod Nixe extracts himself = from a trap,Marriner,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: Nimrod Nixe extracts himself = from a trap,Marriner,




Box SFS45-1-2
The Chicago Record-Herald , September 10, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
Mississippi Towns Geographical Puzzle,Keller,



The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: Sam becomes the human catapult,Marriner,





Mississippi Towns Geographical Puzzle,Keller,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: Sam becomes the human catapult,Marriner,




Box SFS45-1-3
The Chicago Record-Herald , September 17, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
New Jersey Towns Geographical Puzzle,Keller,



The Muddled Menagerie Section.,



One-shot: The Hoodoed goat, the punching bag act without words,R. Sidney Smith,





New Jersey Towns Geographical Puzzle,Keller,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





One-shot: The Hoodoed goat, the punching bag act without words,R. Sidney Smith,




Box SFS45-1-4
The Chicago Record-Herald , September 24, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,




Box SFS45-2-1
The Chicago Record-Herald , October 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,




Box SFS45-2-2
The Chicago Record-Herald , October 8, 1905,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

Some pages are missing from this section.
The Muddled Menagerie Section.,





The Muddled Menagerie Section.,







Chicago Times-Herald , 1900-1901

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS26-10-1
Chicago Times-Herald, September 23, 1900,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm


A Page for Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,



Illustration: Fashionable Flower of the season - the Orchid,creator unknown,



Illustration: Sketch from life,H. Nelson,



Illustration: Shooting Costumes,R. S. Ament,



Illustration for Tom Sayers and the Tipton Slasher,Arka,



Panel cartoon, Gems from English history, Henry VE and Jack Cade from London pick-me-up,creator unknown,



Panel cartoon, Only a foolish idea,Dave Hagen,



Panel cartoon, Suggestions for a new FAD, automible straw ride and Vaudeville entertainment,D. McCarthy,



One-shot: Uncle Raspberry feels old age creeping upon him,Richard F. Outcault,



One-shot: A tragedy of the sea,creator unknown,



One-shot: Reuben Hayfield's visit to the city and what happened,Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),



One-shot: Nixie's dog gets the worst of it again,Richard F. Outcault,





A Page for Children section: illustrated stories, rhymes, and puzzles.,





Illustration: Fashionable Flower of the season - the Orchid,creator unknown,





Illustration: Sketch from life,H. Nelson,





Illustration: Shooting Costumes,R. S. Ament,





Illustration for Tom Sayers and the Tipton Slasher,Arka,





Panel cartoon, Gems from English history, Henry VE and Jack Cade from London pick-me-up,creator unknown,





Panel cartoon, Only a foolish idea,Dave Hagen,





Panel cartoon, Suggestions for a new FAD, automible straw ride and Vaudeville entertainment,D. McCarthy,





One-shot: Uncle Raspberry feels old age creeping upon him,Richard F. Outcault,





One-shot: A tragedy of the sea,creator unknown,





One-shot: Reuben Hayfield's visit to the city and what happened,Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Nixie's dog gets the worst of it again,Richard F. Outcault,




Box SFS27-7-1
Chicago Times-Herald, January 13, 1901,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

This section duplicates the contents of the New York Herald for this date

Box SFS27-7-2
Chicago Times-Herald, January 20, 1901,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

This section duplicates the contents of the New York Herald for this date

Box SFS27-7-3
Chicago Times-Herald, January 27, 1901,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

This section duplicates the contents of the New York Herald for this date

Box SFS27-7-4
Chicago Times-Herald, February 3, 1901,

Dimensions: 57 x 40 cm

This section duplicates the contents of the New York Herald for this date




Chicago Tribune, 1903-1912

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. The collector separated certain pages from these copies of the Chicago Tribune for the purpose of reproducing them. The tearsheets were unboxed at the library several months after the box containing the remaining pages of each section had been processed. Consequently, some editions listed below have two records. The finding number SFT96 designates tear sheets bearing cartoons by the artist Lyonel Feininger. The remainder of each section is stored in Box SFS38. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS98-1
Chicago Tribune, March 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustrations: Ted and Cleo's Scrapbook, Margaret Lee,



One-shot: No Cause For Running, Unknown,



Game: The Lover's Dilemma, Unknown,



One-shot: To Would Be Strong Men, Unknown,





Story illustrations: Ted and Cleo's Scrapbook, Margaret Lee,





One-shot: No Cause For Running, Unknown,





Game: The Lover's Dilemma, Unknown,





One-shot: To Would Be Strong Men, Unknown,




Box SFS98-1
Chicago Tribune, March 29, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Story illustrations: Soap-Bubbles, Margaret Lee,



Game: A Hore That Can Run, Trot, Gallop, Or Walk, Unknown,





Story illustrations: Soap-Bubbles, Margaret Lee,





Game: A Hore That Can Run, Trot, Gallop, Or Walk, Unknown,




Box SFS98-1
Chicago Tribune, April 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Painter's Dream and His Sad Awakening, Unknown,



Story illustrations: Ted's School, Margaret Lee,



Game: The Garden That Was Devided, Unknown,



Game: Unique Menu At A Dinner, Unknown,





One-shot: The Painter's Dream and His Sad Awakening, Unknown,





Story illustrations: Ted's School, Margaret Lee,





Game: The Garden That Was Devided, Unknown,





Game: Unique Menu At A Dinner, Unknown,




Box SFS98-1
Chicago Tribune, April 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: A Lucky Misadventure, Unknown,



One-shot: The Soap Bubbles,Unknown ,



One-shot: The New Lohengrin, Unknown,



One-shot: Ted abd Cleo's Easter Eggs, Margaret Lee,



Game: Easter Egg Puzzle, Unknown,



Game: Can You Patch Up Humpty-Dumpty, Unknown,



Story illustrations: How the Rabbits Came To Be Accused of Laying Easter Eggs, Uncle Richard,



Article illustrations: The Too Great Success of Miss Genevive Walton, signed RVS,





One-shot: A Lucky Misadventure, Unknown,





One-shot: The Soap Bubbles,Unknown ,





One-shot: The New Lohengrin, Unknown,





One-shot: Ted abd Cleo's Easter Eggs, Margaret Lee,





Game: Easter Egg Puzzle, Unknown,





Game: Can You Patch Up Humpty-Dumpty, Unknown,





Story illustrations: How the Rabbits Came To Be Accused of Laying Easter Eggs, Uncle Richard,





Article illustrations: The Too Great Success of Miss Genevive Walton, signed RVS,




Box SFS98-1
Chicago Tribune, April 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Knew Him Too Well, Unknown,



One-shot: O Cause For Alarm, Unknown,



One-shot: Cocklane Common Sense, Unknown,



One-shot: Reason Enough, `Unknown,



One-shot: Merely A Suggestion, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Cleo's Chinaman, Margaret Lee,



Game: Chevalier Bayard Clad In His Armour, Unknown,



Article illustrations: The Story of the Wicked Lion, Unknown,



Fashion pattern: Sailor Collar With Richelieu Lace1, Unknown,





One-shot: Knew Him Too Well, Unknown,





One-shot: O Cause For Alarm, Unknown,





One-shot: Cocklane Common Sense, Unknown,





One-shot: Reason Enough, `Unknown,





One-shot: Merely A Suggestion, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Cleo's Chinaman, Margaret Lee,





Game: Chevalier Bayard Clad In His Armour, Unknown,





Article illustrations: The Story of the Wicked Lion, Unknown,





Fashion pattern: Sailor Collar With Richelieu Lace1, Unknown,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, June 7, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys, Unknown,



Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,



One-shot: Saved Her the Trouble, signed Harrison,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys, Unknown,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





One-shot: Saved Her the Trouble, signed Harrison,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, June 14, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Third Meeting of the Concatenated Association of Bad Boys, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Mike the Messenger Or Tracked To His Tomb, Unknown,



Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,



One-shot: Same Old Complaint, Jean D'Aurian,



Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Third Meeting of the Concatenated Association of Bad Boys, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Mike the Messenger Or Tracked To His Tomb, Unknown,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





One-shot: Same Old Complaint, Jean D'Aurian,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, June 21, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Fourth Meeting of the Concatenated Association of Bad Boys, Unknown,



Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Fourth Meeting of the Concatenated Association of Bad Boys, Unknown,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, June 28, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Fifth Meeting of the Concatenated Order of Reformed Bad Boys, Unknown,



Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Fifth Meeting of the Concatenated Order of Reformed Bad Boys, Unknown,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Bill Applegate Tells te Strange Story of His Reformation, Unknown,



Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Bill Applegate Tells te Strange Story of His Reformation, Unknown,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, July 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Was Reformed by a Sunday School Picnic, Unknown,



Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Was Reformed by a Sunday School Picnic, Unknown,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, July 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How the Murder of Timothy Kerlin Was Avenged, Unknown,



Panel cartoon, signed Groes,



Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,



Cartoon Games: How to Make A Buster Brown Suit , unknown,





Unsigned spot cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How the Murder of Timothy Kerlin Was Avenged, Unknown,





Panel cartoon, signed Groes,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Cartoon Games: How to Make A Buster Brown Suit , unknown,




Box SFS98-2
Chicago Tribune, July 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Reformation of Neddy Samuels, Ex-Lord Fauntleroy, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,





Unsigned panel cartoons, by unknown artists,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Reformation of Neddy Samuels, Ex-Lord Fauntleroy, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, August 2, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, Young,



Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Boy Whose Parents Wanted Him to Be Useful, Unknown,



Panel cartoon, Groes,



Panel cartoon, W.K. Haseloen,



Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,





Panel cartoon, Young,





Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Boy Whose Parents Wanted Him to Be Useful, Unknown,





Panel cartoon, Groes,





Panel cartoon, W.K. Haseloen,





Several panel cartoons, signed unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, August 9, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Didn't Expect It, Unknown,



One-shot: Clever Fido, Unknown,



One-shot: How the Elephant Got A Drink, Unknown,



One-shot: A kite String, Unknown,



One-shot: The Clever Savage,Unknown ,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Wanted to Be a Military Hero, Unknown,



One-shot: The Americanization of China, Harrison,



One-shot: Sympathetic Susie, Koerner,



One-shot: Sorrows of Science, C. Hall,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: Didn't Expect It, Unknown,





One-shot: Clever Fido, Unknown,





One-shot: How the Elephant Got A Drink, Unknown,





One-shot: A kite String, Unknown,





One-shot: The Clever Savage,Unknown ,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Wanted to Be a Military Hero, Unknown,





One-shot: The Americanization of China, Harrison,





One-shot: Sympathetic Susie, Koerner,





One-shot: Sorrows of Science, C. Hall,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, August 16, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Undoing of Wun Lung, Unknown,



One-shot: John the Strong Man to the Rescue, Benjamin Rabier,



One-shot: A-Hunting He Did Go, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Feems Bronson Is Expelled from the Reformed Bad Boys, Unknown,



One-shot: Such A Blunder, Scholl,



One-shot: Mary's Little Lamb, W.K. Haselden,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Undoing of Wun Lung, Unknown,





One-shot: John the Strong Man to the Rescue, Benjamin Rabier,





One-shot: A-Hunting He Did Go, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Feems Bronson Is Expelled from the Reformed Bad Boys, Unknown,





One-shot: Such A Blunder, Scholl,





One-shot: Mary's Little Lamb, W.K. Haselden,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, August 23, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Unappreciated Efforts, Unknown,



One-shot: Express Service in the Desert, Unknown,



One-shot: Don't Fool With Art , Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Percy, the VIllage Cutup, Groes,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: Unappreciated Efforts, Unknown,





One-shot: Express Service in the Desert, Unknown,





One-shot: Don't Fool With Art , Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Percy, the VIllage Cutup, Groes,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, August 30, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Misadventure of the Near Sighted Man, Unknown,



One-shot: The Guileful Farmer Is Resourceful, Unknown,



One-shot: The Undoing of the Brave Major, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Timmy Padgett's Reform Due to Chicken,Unknown ,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown,





One-shot: The Misadventure of the Near Sighted Man, Unknown,





One-shot: The Guileful Farmer Is Resourceful, Unknown,





One-shot: The Undoing of the Brave Major, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Timmy Padgett's Reform Due to Chicken,Unknown ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, September 6, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Duel by Automobile, Unknown,



One-shot: The Ford That Proved to Be Shaky, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Hadn't Reformed , Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,



One-shot: The Chinese Question, Harrison,





One-shot: The Duel by Automobile, Unknown,





One-shot: The Ford That Proved to Be Shaky, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Hadn't Reformed , Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Chinese Question, Harrison,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, September 13, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Article illustrations: Buster Brown's Brother To Go On the Stage, Richard F. Outcault,



One-shot: What a Silly Mistake, Unknown,



One-shot: A Music Lesson in Birdville, Unknown,



One-shot: Boys Will Be Boys, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle RIchard's Chats With His Boys: The Confession of Bill Hicks, the Farmer's Child, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Article illustrations: Buster Brown's Brother To Go On the Stage, Richard F. Outcault,





One-shot: What a Silly Mistake, Unknown,





One-shot: A Music Lesson in Birdville, Unknown,





One-shot: Boys Will Be Boys, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle RIchard's Chats With His Boys: The Confession of Bill Hicks, the Farmer's Child, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, September 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Unexpected Escape of the Professor, Unknown,



One-shot: The Unfortunate Mistake of the Waiter,Unknown ,



One-shot: Got What He Asked For, Unknown,



Poem Illustration: Hints to the Un-Smart, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Boys Who Tried to Tell the Truth and Was Called Bad, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Unexpected Escape of the Professor, Unknown,





One-shot: The Unfortunate Mistake of the Waiter,Unknown ,





One-shot: Got What He Asked For, Unknown,





Poem Illustration: Hints to the Un-Smart, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Boys Who Tried to Tell the Truth and Was Called Bad, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-3
Chicago Tribune, September 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: A Suggestion For Husbands, Unknown,



One-shot: An Interrupted Elopement, Unknown,



One-shot: New Patent Automated Renovating Machine, Unknown,



One-shot: A Heated Arguement, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Weird Tale of Jeems, the Bell Hop, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: A Suggestion For Husbands, Unknown,





One-shot: An Interrupted Elopement, Unknown,





One-shot: New Patent Automated Renovating Machine, Unknown,





One-shot: A Heated Arguement, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Weird Tale of Jeems, the Bell Hop, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, October 4, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Improvised Seesaw: Or, Work and Play Combined, Unknown,



One-shot: Song of the Push-Cart, Unknown,



One-shot: Painter Who Found A Quiet Spot For His Work, Unknown,



One-shot: How Fritz, The Horn-Player, Surprised His Sweetheart, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Had Troubles When In Love, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Improvised Seesaw: Or, Work and Play Combined, Unknown,





One-shot: Song of the Push-Cart, Unknown,





One-shot: Painter Who Found A Quiet Spot For His Work, Unknown,





One-shot: How Fritz, The Horn-Player, Surprised His Sweetheart, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Bad Boy Who Had Troubles When In Love, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, October 11, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Pity the New Hose, signed J. W. Os.,



One-shot: The Chickens, the Fox, and the Rake, Benjamin Rabien,



One-shot: The Naughty Wind, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Why Little Georgie Green Quit Eating Watermelon, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: Pity the New Hose, signed J. W. Os.,





One-shot: The Chickens, the Fox, and the Rake, Benjamin Rabien,





One-shot: The Naughty Wind, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: Why Little Georgie Green Quit Eating Watermelon, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, October 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Clara Was Right, Unknown,



One-shot: Fido's Escape, Unknown,



One-shot: A Friend in Need, Unknown,



One-shot: It Makes a Difference, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How Bob Hill Got in Bad Odor at College, Groes,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: Clara Was Right, Unknown,





One-shot: Fido's Escape, Unknown,





One-shot: A Friend in Need, Unknown,





One-shot: It Makes a Difference, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How Bob Hill Got in Bad Odor at College, Groes,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, October 25, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Dogs' Conspiracy, Unknown,



One-shot: An Accomadating Music Rack, Unknown,



One-shot: "There's Many a Slip-", Unknown,



One-shot: The Boss Gets Even, Unknown,



One-shot: Girl Wanted, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Story of the Bad Boy Who Was Nobody's Child, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groes, ,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Dogs' Conspiracy, Unknown,





One-shot: An Accomadating Music Rack, Unknown,





One-shot: "There's Many a Slip-", Unknown,





One-shot: The Boss Gets Even, Unknown,





One-shot: Girl Wanted, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Story of the Bad Boy Who Was Nobody's Child, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groes, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, November 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, November 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, November 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-4
Chicago Tribune, November 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, J. Kuhn-Regnier,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon, J. Kuhn-Regnier,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, January 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Woman's Ways, Groesbeck,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Story Illustration: Woman's Ways, Groesbeck,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, January 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Rising Generation, Unknown,



One-shot: The Last Laugh, Benjamin Rabien,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Rousing of Gee-Whilikens's Wrath, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Rising Generation, Unknown,





One-shot: The Last Laugh, Benjamin Rabien,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Rousing of Gee-Whilikens's Wrath, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, January 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Poem Illustration: Woman's Ways, Groesbeck,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Messenger Boy Who Couldn't Reform, as He Was Good Already, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon, Harrison,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Poem Illustration: Woman's Ways, Groesbeck,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: The Messenger Boy Who Couldn't Reform, as He Was Good Already, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon, Harrison,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, January 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: An Afternoon At the Circus, Unknown,



Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How Si Hankins' Mischief Worked a Complete Reformation, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon, Harrison,



Panel cartoon, Tony Wilkinson,



Panel cartoon, signed R.E.,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: An Afternoon At the Circus, Unknown,





Story Illustration: Uncle Richard's Chats With His Boys: How Si Hankins' Mischief Worked a Complete Reformation, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon, Harrison,





Panel cartoon, Tony Wilkinson,





Panel cartoon, signed R.E.,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, January 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Rising Generation, Young,



One-shot: When Prof. De Booza, the Juggler, Returned to his Wife Early in the Morning, Unknown,



One-shot: A Blow to Pride, Unknown,



Panel cartoon, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Young, ,



Panel cartoon, Harrison,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: The Rising Generation, Young,





One-shot: When Prof. De Booza, the Juggler, Returned to his Wife Early in the Morning, Unknown,





One-shot: A Blow to Pride, Unknown,





Panel cartoon, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Young, ,





Panel cartoon, Harrison,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFC98-5
Chicago Tribune, February 7, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: New Invention For Driving Away Monkeys, Unknown,



One-shot: New Invention For Hunting TIgers, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Ponderith For a Time About the Stenographer Lady and Settith Down Some Pearls of Wisdom Concerning Her, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,





One-shot: New Invention For Driving Away Monkeys, Unknown,





One-shot: New Invention For Hunting TIgers, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Ponderith For a Time About the Stenographer Lady and Settith Down Some Pearls of Wisdom Concerning Her, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, February 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Little Jocko Catches More Than He Expected, Unknown,



One-shot: The Sad Fate of an Inquisitive Rabbit, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Permitteth the Spring Bonnet and Dress Question to Pester His Understanding , and Seeketh to Explain Matters, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown,





One-shot: Little Jocko Catches More Than He Expected, Unknown,





One-shot: The Sad Fate of an Inquisitive Rabbit, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Permitteth the Spring Bonnet and Dress Question to Pester His Understanding , and Seeketh to Explain Matters, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, February 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Her Horoscope, Groesbeck,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Speaketh Solemnly Concerning Quick Lunch Romance and Draweth the Customary Moral at the End, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon: Then the Fight Began, G. Kolle,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,





One-shot: Her Horoscope, Groesbeck,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Speaketh Solemnly Concerning Quick Lunch Romance and Draweth the Customary Moral at the End, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon: Then the Fight Began, G. Kolle,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-5
Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Surpressing Competition, Unknown,



One-shot: Sometimes It Doesn't Pay to Imitate, Unknown,



One-shot: The Tale of a Turtle, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Bendeth His Brain Against the Servant Question and Waneth to Know Who Asked It First, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, ,





One-shot: Surpressing Competition, Unknown,





One-shot: Sometimes It Doesn't Pay to Imitate, Unknown,





One-shot: The Tale of a Turtle, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Bendeth His Brain Against the Servant Question and Waneth to Know Who Asked It First, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, ,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, March 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Lazy Dachshund, Unknown,



One-shot: The Rat and the Champagne, Unknown,



One-shot: Prof. Bird's Two Purchases, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of the Man Named Lemme Settlit and Concludeth With a Helpful Moral, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, ,



Panel cartoon: The Charm of Dialect, Young,





One-shot: The Lazy Dachshund, Unknown,





One-shot: The Rat and the Champagne, Unknown,





One-shot: Prof. Bird's Two Purchases, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of the Man Named Lemme Settlit and Concludeth With a Helpful Moral, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, ,





Panel cartoon: The Charm of Dialect, Young,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, March 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Jocko and Jumbo the Original Scenic Artists, Unknown,



One-shot: Greediness Will Bring It's Own Punishment, Unknown,



One-shot: Tommy Develops As a Great American Inventor, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Writeth a Few Writhes Because of the Popular Songs of the Day and Seeketh for a Moral Saying as a Conclusion, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon: Losing Opportunities, Finetti,



Panel cartoon: And the Picture Came to Life, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,





One-shot: Jocko and Jumbo the Original Scenic Artists, Unknown,





One-shot: Greediness Will Bring It's Own Punishment, Unknown,





One-shot: Tommy Develops As a Great American Inventor, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Writeth a Few Writhes Because of the Popular Songs of the Day and Seeketh for a Moral Saying as a Conclusion, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon: Losing Opportunities, Finetti,





Panel cartoon: And the Picture Came to Life, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, March 27, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Funny Crow and the Dog Succeed in Frightening Madam, Benjamin Rabier,



One-shot: Revenge Is Sweet When It Comes At It's Own Accord, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Vieweth With Alarm the Approach of the Day When Housecleaning Shall Swoop Into Our Midst, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, Young ,





One-shot: The Funny Crow and the Dog Succeed in Frightening Madam, Benjamin Rabier,





One-shot: Revenge Is Sweet When It Comes At It's Own Accord, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Vieweth With Alarm the Approach of the Day When Housecleaning Shall Swoop Into Our Midst, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed by Groesbeck, Young ,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, April 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: And the Picture Came to Life, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon: The Boys Were Only Too Willing , Unknown,



Panel cartoon: Young Spooner's Warm Reception Cools Rapidly, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: Tim Ide Gains Repute as a Successful Hunter, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of Iva Nuther and Her Easter Outfit, and Showeth How Pride Goeth Before a Fall, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, ,



Panel cartoon: The Pleasures of Youth, E. Young,





One-shot: And the Picture Came to Life, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon: The Boys Were Only Too Willing , Unknown,





Panel cartoon: Young Spooner's Warm Reception Cools Rapidly, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: Tim Ide Gains Repute as a Successful Hunter, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of Iva Nuther and Her Easter Outfit, and Showeth How Pride Goeth Before a Fall, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, ,





Panel cartoon: The Pleasures of Youth, E. Young,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, April 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Uncle Ben Takes Snuff, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Capture of a Gigantic Angle Worm; Or, the Fate of a Sting of Sausages, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: When Greek Met Greek, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Setteth Down the Sad but True Story of Binna Nuther, Who Could Not Make Garden According to His Prospectus, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Paul Iribo, E. Young ,





Panel cartoon: Uncle Ben Takes Snuff, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Capture of a Gigantic Angle Worm; Or, the Fate of a Sting of Sausages, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: When Greek Met Greek, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Setteth Down the Sad but True Story of Binna Nuther, Who Could Not Make Garden According to His Prospectus, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Paul Iribo, E. Young ,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, April 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: The Missus Hides the Scrubbing Bucket, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: Fido Has Fun with a Mouse, a Flower Pot, and a Clothes Pin, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Boys Visit the Fountain, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own SolomonL He Gallantly Lifteth Up His Voice to Tell How the Men Are as Bad as the Women About Spring Raiment, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, E. Young, Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon: The Missus Hides the Scrubbing Bucket, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: Fido Has Fun with a Mouse, a Flower Pot, and a Clothes Pin, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Boys Visit the Fountain, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own SolomonL He Gallantly Lifteth Up His Voice to Tell How the Men Are as Bad as the Women About Spring Raiment, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, E. Young, Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-6
Chicago Tribune, April 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Even Snuff Taking May at Times Serve a Useful Purpose, Unknown,



Other: How Mrs. Ravenwise Furnished the New Flat on Moving Day, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth a Highly Instructive Tale of How Parsa Mony Papered the Dining Room, and Seeketh for a Moral, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Harrison, Groesbeck, Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon: Even Snuff Taking May at Times Serve a Useful Purpose, Unknown,





Other: How Mrs. Ravenwise Furnished the New Flat on Moving Day, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth a Highly Instructive Tale of How Parsa Mony Papered the Dining Room, and Seeketh for a Moral, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Harrison, Groesbeck, Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, May 1, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: A Conscientious Youngster, Unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Robber RObbed; Or, How a Plot Spoiled In Hatching, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth Why It Is Better to Be an Innocent Bystander When It Is Moving Time, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck,J. Kuhn-Regnier,Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon: A Conscientious Youngster, Unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Robber RObbed; Or, How a Plot Spoiled In Hatching, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth Why It Is Better to Be an Innocent Bystander When It Is Moving Time, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck,J. Kuhn-Regnier,Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Gen. Whatitiski Discovers a Lively Japanese Toadstool, signed Carlisle,



Panel cartoon: The Monkey Catches a Tartar and Misses the Prairie Dog, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Perennial but Ever-Instructive Story of the WOman Who Set Out to Raise Flowers, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, ,





Panel cartoon: Gen. Whatitiski Discovers a Lively Japanese Toadstool, signed Carlisle,





Panel cartoon: The Monkey Catches a Tartar and Misses the Prairie Dog, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Perennial but Ever-Instructive Story of the WOman Who Set Out to Raise Flowers, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, May 15, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Training For the High Jump, unknown,



Panel cartoon: Tabby Passes Bobby the Honey, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Explaineth Why Reason Getteth a Collar-and-Elbow Clutch on Romance in Real Life, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, J. Kuhn-Regnier, Paul Iribo, ,





Panel cartoon: Training For the High Jump, unknown,





Panel cartoon: Tabby Passes Bobby the Honey, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Explaineth Why Reason Getteth a Collar-and-Elbow Clutch on Romance in Real Life, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, J. Kuhn-Regnier, Paul Iribo, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, May 22, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Punch and Judy Save Explorers from Gorillas, Unknown,



Other: The Deacon Waybacker Tries to Dodge Work, Unknown,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Waxeth Pessimistic Concerning Political Possibilities and Telleth Sad Story With the Usual Helpful Moral, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon: Punch and Judy Save Explorers from Gorillas, Unknown,





Other: The Deacon Waybacker Tries to Dodge Work, Unknown,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Waxeth Pessimistic Concerning Political Possibilities and Telleth Sad Story With the Usual Helpful Moral, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, May 29, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Honest Harry's Earnest Effort Fetches Failure Dire to Two, Groesbeck,



Panel cartoon: Captain Cooper's Lucky Lasso; or, How Herr Lion Lost a Meal, Unsigned,



Story illustration: Gillicuddy Migglebury: The Life and Tragic End of His Educated Fly, Groesbeck,



Several panel cartoons, signed Cesare, Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Honest Harry's Earnest Effort Fetches Failure Dire to Two, Groesbeck,





Panel cartoon: Captain Cooper's Lucky Lasso; or, How Herr Lion Lost a Meal, Unsigned,





Story illustration: Gillicuddy Migglebury: The Life and Tragic End of His Educated Fly, Groesbeck,





Several panel cartoons, signed Cesare, Unsigned, ,




Box SFC98-7
Chicago Tribune, June 5, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Why the Professor's Boat Sank, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: How Robbie Followed in Brother Joe's Footsteps, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: Billy Tell, the Apple, and the Egg, Unsigned,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of Kinni Gettit, the Insurance Agent, and Wotzis Naim, the Victim, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Young, J. Kuhn-Regnier, Groesbeck, Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Why the Professor's Boat Sank, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: How Robbie Followed in Brother Joe's Footsteps, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: Billy Tell, the Apple, and the Egg, Unsigned,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of Kinni Gettit, the Insurance Agent, and Wotzis Naim, the Victim, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Young, J. Kuhn-Regnier, Groesbeck, Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Policeman Puritan Cleverly Catcheth an Inquisitive Indian in His Barrel, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: How Master Mouse Surprised the Hen by Really Marvelous Magic, Benjamin Rabien,



Story illustration: Our Own SOlomon: He Telleth of the Wildest Animal He Has Met- the Mosquito, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Young, Groesbeck, Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Policeman Puritan Cleverly Catcheth an Inquisitive Indian in His Barrel, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: How Master Mouse Surprised the Hen by Really Marvelous Magic, Benjamin Rabien,





Story illustration: Our Own SOlomon: He Telleth of the Wildest Animal He Has Met- the Mosquito, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Young, Groesbeck, Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, June 19, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: The Puppy and the Sticky Fly-Paper, Chas Pears,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Instructive Story of Hickleberry Gripper and of His Initiation Into His Last Lodge, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Cesare, ,





Panel cartoon: The Puppy and the Sticky Fly-Paper, Chas Pears,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Instructive Story of Hickleberry Gripper and of His Initiation Into His Last Lodge, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Cesare, ,




Box SFS98-7
Chicago Tribune, June 26, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Papa Wishes He Hadn't Stopped to Talk, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: How the Boa Constrictor Made the Hunter Famous, Unsigned,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of the True Patriot and How He Went to the Convention, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Cesare, Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Papa Wishes He Hadn't Stopped to Talk, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: How the Boa Constrictor Made the Hunter Famous, Unsigned,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of the True Patriot and How He Went to the Convention, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Groesbeck, Cesare, Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, July 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Mickey Is Looped by His Own Loop the Loop, Unsigned,



Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of How Seekin Rest Journeyed To and From the Land of Va-Ca-Shun, Unsigned,



One-shot: How the Violin Proved Mightier than the Lance, Unknown,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





One-shot: Mickey Is Looped by His Own Loop the Loop, Unsigned,





Story illustration: Our Own Solomon: He Telleth the Story of How Seekin Rest Journeyed To and From the Land of Va-Ca-Shun, Unsigned,





One-shot: How the Violin Proved Mightier than the Lance, Unknown,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, July 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: At Last He Got a Light, Unsigned,



One-shot: Ye Jester's Kysse, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





One-shot: At Last He Got a Light, Unsigned,





One-shot: Ye Jester's Kysse, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, July 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Grateful Sparrows Act as Clothes Pins for Nora, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed L. Russell Conway, Unsigned, ,





One-shot: The Grateful Sparrows Act as Clothes Pins for Nora, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed L. Russell Conway, Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, July 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Charley Knows Now Why His Doctor Advised Him to Buy an Automobile, Unisgned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





One-shot: Charley Knows Now Why His Doctor Advised Him to Buy an Automobile, Unisgned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, July 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Uncle Si Buys Toys For the Baby- and HImself, Unsigned,



One-shot: How Georgie Meadows Evened Up For His Spanking, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





One-shot: Uncle Si Buys Toys For the Baby- and HImself, Unsigned,





One-shot: How Georgie Meadows Evened Up For His Spanking, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, August 7, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Not So Bad As All That, Bertin,



Panel cartoon: Developing His Muscle, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: A Criticism, Unsigned,



One-shot: Discipline At the Post, Herm Fragnz,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Not So Bad As All That, Bertin,





Panel cartoon: Developing His Muscle, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: A Criticism, Unsigned,





One-shot: Discipline At the Post, Herm Fragnz,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, August 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Courtesy Always Pays, Unsigned,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





One-shot: Courtesy Always Pays, Unsigned,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, August 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: , ,



Panel cartoon: The Escape, Koller,



Panel cartoon: Resting Up, Unsigned,



Panel cartoon: Happy Thought, E. Heine,



Panel cartoon: One or the Other, J. Kuhn-Reigner,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





One-shot: , ,





Panel cartoon: The Escape, Koller,





Panel cartoon: Resting Up, Unsigned,





Panel cartoon: Happy Thought, E. Heine,





Panel cartoon: One or the Other, J. Kuhn-Reigner,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-8
Chicago Tribune, August 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, September 4, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Ingenuous Child, Cesare,



Panel cartoon: Setting HIm Straight, J. Kuhn Reignier,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Ingenuous Child, Cesare,





Panel cartoon: Setting HIm Straight, J. Kuhn Reignier,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFT96-1
Chicago Tribune, May 6, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm


One Shot: The Comedy of a Fire Escape,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),



One-shot: The Career of Cholly Cashcaller, Unsigned,





One Shot: The Comedy of a Fire Escape,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Career of Cholly Cashcaller, Unsigned,




Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, September 18, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Panel cartoon: Diogenes, Young,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon: Diogenes, Young,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, September 25, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, October 2, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, October 9, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, October 16, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, October 23, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-9
Chicago Tribune, October 30, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, November 6, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, Emery,



Panel cartoon, Young,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon, Emery,





Panel cartoon, Young,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, November 13, 1904 ,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, Young,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Panel cartoon, Young,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, November 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, November 27, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, December 4, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, December 11, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, December 18, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS98-10
Chicago Tribune, December 25, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, January 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, January 8, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, January 15, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SSFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, January 22, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFT96-1
Chicago Tribune, May 13, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, January 29, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, February 5, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, February 12, 1901,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, Febuary 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-1
Chicago Tribune, February 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, April 2, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, April 9, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One shot: Mrs. Clubberly Clubber, George Frink,





One shot: Mrs. Clubberly Clubber, George Frink,




Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, April 23, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, May 7, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, May 14, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, May 21, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-2
Chicago Tribune, May 28, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFSF99-3
Chicago Tribune, June 4, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, June 11, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, June 18, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, June 25, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, July 2, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, July 9, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, July 16, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, July 23, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-3
Chicago Tribune, July 30, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, August 6, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, August 13, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, August 20, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, August 27, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, September 3, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, September 10, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, September 17, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-4
Chicago Tribune, September 24, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Panel cartoon, Paul Iribe,



Panel cartoon, J. Kuhn-Regnier,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,





Panel cartoon, Paul Iribe,





Panel cartoon, J. Kuhn-Regnier,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unknown, ,




Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, October 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, October 8, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, October 15, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, October 22, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, October 29, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Several panel cartoons, signed Caspari, ,



Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Caspari, ,





Several panel cartoons, signed Unsigned, ,




Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, SFS99-5,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, November 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, November 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-5
Chicago Tribune, November 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-6
Chicago Tribune, December 3, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-6
Chicago Tribune, December 10, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-6
Chicago Tribune, December 17, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-6
Chicago Tribune, December 24, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-6
Chicago Tribune, December 31, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFT38-1-1
Chicago Tribune, May 20, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: When the Cat's Away, the Mice Will Play,Lothar Meggendorfer,





One-shot: When the Cat's Away, the Mice Will Play,Lothar Meggendorfer,




Box SFT96-1
Chicago Tribune, May 20, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-1
Chicago Tribune, May 27, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-2-1
Chicago Tribune, June 3, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: Only a Pretty Girl--But She Made Plenty of Trouble,Staudinger,



One-shot: The Husband Was in the Wrong that Time,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: Only a Pretty Girl--But She Made Plenty of Trouble,Staudinger,





One-shot: The Husband Was in the Wrong that Time,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, June 3, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm


One-shot: The Clown and the Elephant,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Clown and the Elephant,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFS38-2-2
Chicago Tribune, June 10, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: The Cat and the Dachsunds,Staudinger,



One-shot: How the Student Got Some Bock Beer,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Cat and the Dachsunds,Staudinger,





One-shot: How the Student Got Some Bock Beer,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, June 10, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-2-3
Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: Gretchen and the Dogs Play with Soap Bubbles,Lothar Meggendorfer,





One-shot: Gretchen and the Dogs Play with Soap Bubbles,Lothar Meggendorfer,




Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-2-4
Chicago Tribune, June 24, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: Everybody Was There when the Band Began to Play,Hans Horina,





One-shot: Everybody Was There when the Band Began to Play,Hans Horina,




Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, June 24, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, July 1, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, July 8, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, July 15, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-3-4
Chicago Tribune, July 22, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: The Old Circus Horse,Morle,



One-shot: The Laconic Butcher,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Old Circus Horse,Morle,





One-shot: The Laconic Butcher,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, July 22, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-2
Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, August 5, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm


One-shot: A Sunday Afternoon Idyll,Hans Horina,



One-shot: The Clown and the Pig,Staudinger,





One-shot: A Sunday Afternoon Idyll,Hans Horina,





One-shot: The Clown and the Pig,Staudinger,




Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, August 12, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, August 19, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, August 26, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, September 2, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, September 9, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, September 16, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, September 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm


One-shot: The Stolen Railroad Train,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Stolen Railroad Train,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFT96-3
Chicago Tribune, September 30, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-6-1
Chicago Tribune, October 7, 1906,

Dimensions:


One-shot: The Uninvited Guest Appears at the Feast,Meissl,



One-shot: The Simplest Way to Catch a Bear,Hans Horina,





One-shot: The Uninvited Guest Appears at the Feast,Meissl,





One-shot: The Simplest Way to Catch a Bear,Hans Horina,




Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, October 7, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, October 14, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, October 21, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, October 28, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, November 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, November 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFT96-4
Chicago Tribune, November 18, 1906,

Dimensions: 58.5 x 43.5 cm



Box SFS38-12-1
Chicago Tribune, April 7, 1907,

Dimensions:


One-shot: The Joke Was Not All on the Butcher,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),





One-shot: The Joke Was Not All on the Butcher,Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz),




Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, April 14, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, April 21, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, April 28, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, May 5, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, May 12, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, May 19, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-7
Chicago Tribune, May 26, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, June 2, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, June 9, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, June 16, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, June 23, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, June 30, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, July 7, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, July 14, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Mr. Tickleson's Adventures At the Summer Resort, Hans Horina,





One-shot: Mr. Tickleson's Adventures At the Summer Resort, Hans Horina,




Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, July 21, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-8
Chicago Tribune, July 28, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, August 4, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, August 11, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, August 18, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, August 25, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, September 1, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Home Sweet Home, Gene Carr,





One-shot: Home Sweet Home, Gene Carr,




Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, September 8, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, September 22, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-9
Chicago Tribune, September 29, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Little Brother Didn't See the Ball Game, Gene Carr,





One-shot: Little Brother Didn't See the Ball Game, Gene Carr,




Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, October 6, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Life's A Funny Proposition Afterall, Flinn,





One-shot: Life's A Funny Proposition Afterall, Flinn,




Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, October 13, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, October 20, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, October 27, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, November 3, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, November 10, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, November 17, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, November 24, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Mr. Economy Shows His Wife How To Spend Money, Unknown,





One-shot: Mr. Economy Shows His Wife How To Spend Money, Unknown,




Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, December 1, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, December 8, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, December 15, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Chimmie Isn't As Lucky As Sir Walter Raleigh , Unsigned,





One-shot: Chimmie Isn't As Lucky As Sir Walter Raleigh , Unsigned,




Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, December 22, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS99-10
Chicago Tribune, December 29, 1907,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: You Can't Escape the Turkey These Days, Unsigned,





One-shot: You Can't Escape the Turkey These Days, Unsigned,




Box SFC100-1
Chicago Tribune, January 26, 1908,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-1
Chicago Tribune, February 9, 1908,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, Janurary 3, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, January 10, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, January 17, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, January 24, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, January 31, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, February 14, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, February 21, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-6
Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, March 7, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, March 14, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS-7
Chicago Tribune, March 21, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, March 28, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, April 4, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, April 11, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, April 18, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-7
Chicago Tribune, April 25, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, May 2, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, May 9, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, May 16, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, May 23, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, May 30, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, June 6, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, June 13, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, June 20, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-8
Chicago Tribune, June 27, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,





Story Illustration: Billy Possum: His Life and Adventures, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, October 3, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, October 10, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, October 17, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, October 24, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, October 31, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, November 7, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, November 14, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Triibune, November 21, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-9
Chicago Tribune, November 28, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-10
Chicago Tribune, December 5, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-10
Chicago Tribune, December 12, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-10
Chicago Tribune, December 19, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS100-10
Chicago Tribune, December 26, 1909,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, January 2, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, January 9, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,





One-shot: Bill and Budd, the Bird Boys, Unsigned,




Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, January 16, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, January 23, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, January 30, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, February 6, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, February 13, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, February 20, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: A Book Title Contest For Bookworms, Rube Goldberg,





One-shot: A Book Title Contest For Bookworms, Rube Goldberg,




Box SFS101-1
Chicago Tribune, February 27, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, March 6, 1910,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, March 13, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, March 20, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, March 27, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, April 3, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, April 10, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, April 17, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-2
Chicago Tribune, April 24, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, May 1, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, May 15, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS102-3
Chicago Tribune, May 22, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, May 29, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, June 5, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, June 12, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, June 19, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-3
Chicago Tribune, June 26, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, July 3, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, July 10, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, July 17, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, July 24, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, July 31, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, August 7, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, August 14, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, August 21, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-4
Chicago Tribune, August 28, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, September 4, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, September 11, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune , September 18, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, September 25, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, October 2, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, October 9, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Turr'ble Tales of Kaptain Kiddo, Grace Weiderseim,



Game: Dancing In The Barn--- A Comical Cut-out, Lawrence Semon,





One-shot: The Turr'ble Tales of Kaptain Kiddo, Grace Weiderseim,





Game: Dancing In The Barn--- A Comical Cut-out, Lawrence Semon,




Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, October 16, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, October 23, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-5
Chicago Tribune, October 30, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chciago Tribune, November 6, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, November 13, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, November 20, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, November 27, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, December 4, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, December 11, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, December 18, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-6
Chicago Tribune, December 25, 1910,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, January 15, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, January 22, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, January 29, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, February 5, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, February 12, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, February 19, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-7
Chicago Tribune, February 26, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, March 5, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, March 12, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, March 19, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, March 26, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, April 2, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, April 9, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, April 16, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, April 23, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-8
Chicago Tribune, April 30, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, May 7, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, May 14, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, May 21, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, May 28, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, June 4, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, June 11, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, June 18, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-9
Chicago Tribune, June 25, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, July 2, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, July 9, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, July 16, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, July 23, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, July 30, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, August 6. 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, August 13, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, August 20, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-10
Chicago Tribune, August 27, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, September 3, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, September 10, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, September 17, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm


One-shot: The Boy Animal Tamer "Almost" Teaches Peter A Nice Trick, King,





One-shot: The Boy Animal Tamer "Almost" Teaches Peter A Nice Trick, King,




Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, September 24, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, October 1, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, October 8, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, October 22, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-11
Chicago Tribune, October 29, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, November 5, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, November 12, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, November 19, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, November 26, 1911,

Dimensions: 55 x 42.5 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, December 3, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, December 10, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, December 17, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, December 24, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-12
Chicago Tribune, December 31, 1911,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, January 7, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, January 14, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, January 28, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, February 4, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, February 11, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, February 18, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm



Box SFS101-13
Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1912,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm






Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, 1906

Scope and Content
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Box SFT45-7
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, March 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 59 x 42s cm



Box SFT45-7
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, April 29, 1906,

Dimensions: 59 x 42s cm






Cincinnati Enquirer, 1903

Scope and Content
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Box SFS2-9-5
Cincinnati Enquirer Color Section, July 26, 1903,

Dimensions: 57 x 45 cm

Scope and Content: Inside pages include "Little Corner for Little People," a collection of stories and jokes with black-and-white illustrations; and "The Beauty of the Race Track and Her Dashing Gowns," a fashion feature, with black-and-white photographs, accompanied by advice for women and girls.





Denver Post , 1922

Scope and Content
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Box SFS24-1-1
Denver Post, February 5, 1922,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS24-1-2
Denver Post, May 7, 1922,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm






Detroit Free Press, 1905

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS4-4-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, January 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-4-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, January 15, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-6-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, February 5, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-6-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, February 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-6-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, February 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-6-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, February 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-9-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, March 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-9-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, March 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-9-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Section, March 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-1-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, April 9,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-1-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, April 16,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-1-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, April 23,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-1-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, April 30,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS39-2-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, May 7,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-2-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, May 14,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-2-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, May 21,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-2-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, May 28,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-3-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, June 4,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: Wasn't it too Bad,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Wasn't it too Bad,Carl Anderson,




Box SFS39-3-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, June 11,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-3-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, June 18,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-3-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, June 25,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-4-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, July 9,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-4-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, July 16,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-4-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, July 23,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-4-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, July 30,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-5-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, August 6,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-5-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, August 13,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-5-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, August 20,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-5-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, August 27,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-6-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, September 24,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-7-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, October 1,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-7-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, October 15,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-7-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, October 22,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-8-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, November 5,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-8-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, November 12,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-8-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, November 26,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-9-1
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, December 3,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-9-2
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, December 10,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-9-3
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, December 17,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-9-4
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, December 24,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS39-9-5
Detroit Free Press Comic Supplement, December 31,1905,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm






Dispatch Humor, 1912

Scope and Content
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Box SFC474
Dispatch Humor, July 7, 1912,

Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 cm


Panel cartoon: It's All In The Way You Celebrate The 4th Of July, Godwin,



Panel cartoon: We Wonder!, M,



Panel cartoon: Neither Easy Nor Customary, Tue Ferout,



Panel cartoon: At the Duck Postoffice, George Baker,



Cartoon Illustration: Food, a la Picnic, A. Y. H.,



Panel cartoon: Wanted to Make Sure, George Baker,



Cartoon Illustration: He Has Queer Ideas, A. Y. H. ,



Panel cartoon: What's the Use?, Yokes,



Panel cartoon: His Come-Back, Hugh Morris,





Panel cartoon: It's All In The Way You Celebrate The 4th Of July, Godwin,





Panel cartoon: We Wonder!, M,





Panel cartoon: Neither Easy Nor Customary, Tue Ferout,





Panel cartoon: At the Duck Postoffice, George Baker,





Cartoon Illustration: Food, a la Picnic, A. Y. H.,





Panel cartoon: Wanted to Make Sure, George Baker,





Cartoon Illustration: He Has Queer Ideas, A. Y. H. ,





Panel cartoon: What's the Use?, Yokes,





Panel cartoon: His Come-Back, Hugh Morris,




Box SFC474
Dispatch Humor, July 14, 1912,

Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 cm


Panel cartoon: Champions in the Making, Godwin,



Cartoon Illustration: A Suspicion, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Curiousity, George Baker,



Cartoon Illustration: A Slight Misunderstanding, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Same Thing, Hugh Morris,



Panel cartoon: Business Acumen, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: The Ready Theorist, OG,





Panel cartoon: Champions in the Making, Godwin,





Cartoon Illustration: A Suspicion, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Curiousity, George Baker,





Cartoon Illustration: A Slight Misunderstanding, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Same Thing, Hugh Morris,





Panel cartoon: Business Acumen, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: The Ready Theorist, OG,




Box SFC474
Dispatch Humor, July 21, 1912,

Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 cm


Panel Cartoon: Race Around The Block One Pair of Rollers Good for a Whole Neighborhood,Godwin,



Cartoon Illustration: Vivid Imagination,A. Y. H. ,



Panel Cartoon: Quiet and Peaceful,M ,



Cartoon Illustration: All A Matter of Habit, Fayette,



Panel cartoon: Cross Patch, C.A. David,



Cartoon Illustration: When They're Right, Tue Ferout,



Panel cartoon: A Sure Thing, C.A. David,



Panel cartoon: Sure Thing, OG,



Panel cartoon: Saving Up, Phil Joyce,



Cartoon Illustration: Invitations For A Party, Oliver Moore,





Panel Cartoon: Race Around The Block One Pair of Rollers Good for a Whole Neighborhood,Godwin,





Cartoon Illustration: Vivid Imagination,A. Y. H. ,





Panel Cartoon: Quiet and Peaceful,M ,





Cartoon Illustration: All A Matter of Habit, Fayette,





Panel cartoon: Cross Patch, C.A. David,





Cartoon Illustration: When They're Right, Tue Ferout,





Panel cartoon: A Sure Thing, C.A. David,





Panel cartoon: Sure Thing, OG,





Panel cartoon: Saving Up, Phil Joyce,





Cartoon Illustration: Invitations For A Party, Oliver Moore,




Box SFC474
Dispatch Humor, July 28, 1912,

Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 cm


Panel cartoon: "Green Apples Are Ripe" Say the Kids, Godwin,



Cartoon Illustration: Quite Noticeable, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Certain Sign, George Baker,



Cartoon Illustration: A Consideration, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: A Poor Lover, M,



Fashion illustrations: Fishing Outfit Par Excellence, Wilfore ?,



Cartoon Illustration: Just Paraded in it, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Mistakes Will Happen, Hugh Morris,



Panel cartoon: The Meanest Man, Vokes,



Cartoon Illustration: Shrieks, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Couldn't Be Worse, Phil Joyce,





Panel cartoon: "Green Apples Are Ripe" Say the Kids, Godwin,





Cartoon Illustration: Quite Noticeable, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Certain Sign, George Baker,





Cartoon Illustration: A Consideration, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: A Poor Lover, M,





Fashion illustrations: Fishing Outfit Par Excellence, Wilfore ?,





Cartoon Illustration: Just Paraded in it, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Mistakes Will Happen, Hugh Morris,





Panel cartoon: The Meanest Man, Vokes,





Cartoon Illustration: Shrieks, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Couldn't Be Worse, Phil Joyce,




Box SFC474
Dispatch Humor, August 11, 1912,

Dimensions: 29 x 20.5 cm


Panel cartoon: Picnic Days, Godwin,



Cartoon Illustration: Picnic Fare, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: In the Game, Walter Wellman,



Cartoon Illustration: On Their Honeymoon, Fayette,



Panel cartoon: Of Course, Phil Joyce,



Panel cartoon: Playing Safe, George Baker,



Cartoon Illustration: Their Field of Labor, George Baker,



Panel cartoon: Suspicious, M,



Cartoon Illustration: That Summer Engagement, A. Y. H. ,



Panel cartoon: Beyond Computation, OG,





Panel cartoon: Picnic Days, Godwin,





Cartoon Illustration: Picnic Fare, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: In the Game, Walter Wellman,





Cartoon Illustration: On Their Honeymoon, Fayette,





Panel cartoon: Of Course, Phil Joyce,





Panel cartoon: Playing Safe, George Baker,





Cartoon Illustration: Their Field of Labor, George Baker,





Panel cartoon: Suspicious, M,





Cartoon Illustration: That Summer Engagement, A. Y. H. ,





Panel cartoon: Beyond Computation, OG,







Hearst Sunday Examiner Magazine, 1899

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS1-2
Hearst Sunday Examiner Magazine, May 21, 1899,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm

Scope and Content: Includes feature articles, adventure stories, and theater reviews; illustrations, photographs.

One-shot: A Peace Convention and What Came of It,creator unknown,





One-shot: A Peace Convention and What Came of It,creator unknown,







Hearst Sunday Sections , 1900-1907

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I. Note- The following titles are Hearst publications: Newspapers (listed by date of acquisition): 1887 San Francisco Examiner 1894 New York Morning Journal 1896 New York Evening Journal 1897 New York Morning Advertiser 1900 Chicago American (Evening) 1901 New York American (formerly New York Journal) 1902 Chicago Examiner 1904 Boston American (Morning) 1904 Los Angeles Examiner (Morning) 1912 Atlanta Daily Georgian 1913 San Francisco Morning Call 1917 Boston Daily Advertiser 1917 Washington (DC) Times 1918 Chicago Herald and Examiner 1919 Wisconsin News (Milwaukee) 1921 Boston Record 1921 Detroit Times 1921 Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1922 Los Angeles Herald 1922 New York Mirror 1922 Oakland Post-Enquirer 1922 Rochester Journal 1922 Rochester Post-Express 1922 Syracuse NY Telegram 1922 Washington (DC) Herald 1923 Baltimore News 1923 Fort Worth Record 1924 Albany Times-Union 1924 Milwaukee Sentinel 1924 San Antonio TX Light 1925 Syracuse Journal 1926 Pittsburgh Sun-Telegram 1927 Omaha Bee 1928 Omaha News 1929 San Francisco Bulletin 1931 Los Angeles Express 1934 Baltimore Post (information derived on 11/3/2011 from: http://www.californiamuseum.org/exhibits/halloffame/inductee/hearst-family).

Box SFT138-1
unknown, August 26, 1900,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: How Our Modern Improvements Hit Red Gulch, Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Here's A Wonderful Safe, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How The Catapult Worked, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Our Modern Improvements Hit Red Gulch, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Here's A Wonderful Safe, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How The Catapult Worked, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-1
New York Journal, September 2, 1900,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: What Caused The Boxer Uprising. Bin Dun, Who Has Just Returned From America, Gives A Stereopticon Lecture, Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: How Pussy Caught The Bird, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: What Caused The Boxer Uprising. Bin Dun, Who Has Just Returned From America, Gives A Stereopticon Lecture, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: How Pussy Caught The Bird, Rudolph Dirks,




Box SFT138-2
Hearst's Chicago American, May 12, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: Retribution!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Retribution!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-2
The San Francisco Examiner, May 19, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Photographer And The Hungry Cow, A. D. Reed,





One-shot: The Photographer And The Hungry Cow, A. D. Reed,




Box SFT138-2
New York Journal, May 26, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: The "Kind-Hearted" System With Mules, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The "Kind-Hearted" System With Mules, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-2
New York Journal, May 26, 1901,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Joke On Mother-In-Law, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: The Joke On Mother-In-Law, Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS76-1-1
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 7, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: It Was A Shame, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Moving The Lamp Safely, Gene Carr,



One-shot: A Proposal Under Difficulties, H. B. E. Doy,





One-shot: It Was A Shame, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Moving The Lamp Safely, Gene Carr,





One-shot: A Proposal Under Difficulties, H. B. E. Doy,




Box SFS76-1-2
The San Francisco Examiner, July 14, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Yes, The Old Geezer Was Around, William Marriner,



One-shot: How The Hat Was Made To Disappear, Gene Carr,





One-shot: Yes, The Old Geezer Was Around, William Marriner,





One-shot: How The Hat Was Made To Disappear, Gene Carr,




Box SFS76-1-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 21, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Oh, But He Was A Clever Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: An Interruption At The Ball, Louis Wain,



One-shot: Oh, See The Balloon Bust!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Oh, But He Was A Clever Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Interruption At The Ball, Louis Wain,





One-shot: Oh, See The Balloon Bust!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-1-4
The San Francisco Examiner, July 28, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.5 x 41 cm


One-shot: See Little Willie Off The Yacht!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Vase With A History., Gene Carr,





One-shot: See Little Willie Off The Yacht!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Vase With A History., Gene Carr,




Box SFS76-2-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 4, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: Georgie And His Dog And The Tramps, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Georgie And His Dog And The Tramps, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-2-2
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 11, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Toast, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Toast, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-2-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 18, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Interrupted Serenade., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Chesterfieldian Bow Made A Hit. And So Did The Baseball Bat., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Those Kids, T. S. Allen,





One-shot: The Interrupted Serenade., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Chesterfieldian Bow Made A Hit. And So Did The Baseball Bat., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Those Kids, T. S. Allen,




Box SFS76-2-4
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 25, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: What Happened In Mr. Smith's Office, Fredrick Burr Opper,



One-shot: A Story Without Words. Explaining Why Hosehold Pets Are Barred From Photographer Van Chump's Studio., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Our Little Ones, T. S. Allen,





One-shot: What Happened In Mr. Smith's Office, Fredrick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Story Without Words. Explaining Why Hosehold Pets Are Barred From Photographer Van Chump's Studio., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Our Little Ones, T. S. Allen,




Box SFS76-3-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 1, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: A Wooing That Went Wrong. Or, How the Penniless Baron Lost a Rich Though Somewhat Homely Wife., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Merry Lay of Spotted Town., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Wooing That Went Wrong. Or, How the Penniless Baron Lost a Rich Though Somewhat Homely Wife., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Merry Lay of Spotted Town., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-3-2
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 8, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: Bill The Burglar Breaks Into A Harlem Flat, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Bill The Burglar Breaks Into A Harlem Flat, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-3-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 15, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Burgling Bill Got Out Of Jail., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: What A Man Gets For Being Kind-Hearted, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Wonderful Fish Story., Louis Wain,





One-shot: How Burgling Bill Got Out Of Jail., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: What A Man Gets For Being Kind-Hearted, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Interrupted Slumber., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Wonderful Fish Story., Louis Wain,




Box SFS76-3-5
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 29, 1901,

Dimensions: 53.3 x 41 cm


One-shot: October= A Blackberry Idyll., E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: October= A Blackberry Idyll., E. W. Kemble,




Box SFS76-4-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, October 6, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: All The Dog Needed Was Exercise., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: All The Dog Needed Was Exercise., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-2
New York Journal, October 6, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm



Box SFS76-4-2
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, October 13, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Oh. Those Kids!, T. S. Allen,



One-shot: There Was A Tramp Who Knew A Tailor., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Oh. Those Kids!, T. S. Allen,





One-shot: There Was A Tramp Who Knew A Tailor., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-4-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement., October 20, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Automobile Race., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How A Dog--Catcher Caught A Tartar, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Automobile Race., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How A Dog--Catcher Caught A Tartar, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-4-4
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, October 27, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Who Laughs Last?, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: What Happened To Little Tommy Cat., Louis Wain,



One-shot: November=A Thanksgiving Idyll, E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: Who Laughs Last?, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: What Happened To Little Tommy Cat., Louis Wain,





One-shot: November=A Thanksgiving Idyll, E. W. Kemble,




Box SFS76-5-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, November 3, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: It Was To Have Been Seen., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: It Was To Have Been Seen., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-5-2a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, November 10, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Poor Uncles! Their Lunch Was Delayed!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Only A Bunch Of Nonsense, T. S. Allen,



One-shot: As Willie and His Dachshund Go Marching By., T. S. Alllen,





One-shot: Poor Uncles! Their Lunch Was Delayed!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Only A Bunch Of Nonsense, T. S. Allen,





One-shot: As Willie and His Dachshund Go Marching By., T. S. Alllen,




Box SFS76-5-2b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, Novemeber 10, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: Poor Uncles! Their Lunch Was Delayed!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Only A Bunch Of Nonsense, T. S. Allen,



One-shot: As Willie and His Dachshund Go Marching By., T. S. Alllen,





One-shot: Poor Uncles! Their Lunch Was Delayed!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Only A Bunch Of Nonsense, T. S. Allen,





One-shot: As Willie and His Dachshund Go Marching By., T. S. Alllen,




Box SFS76-5-3a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, November 17, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Ah, Yes! He Knew How To Vault-Biff!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Ah, Yes! He Knew How To Vault-Biff!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-5-3b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 17, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: Ah, Yes! He Knew How To Vault-Biff!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Ah, Yes! He Knew How To Vault-Biff!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-5-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, November 24, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: A Few Thankful Kids., T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Such A Sweet Little Birdie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Sad Thanksgiving Story, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Few Thankful Kids., T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Such A Sweet Little Birdie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Sad Thanksgiving Story, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-5-4b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 24, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: A Few Thankful Kids., T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Such A Sweet Little Birdie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Sad Thanksgiving Story, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Few Thankful Kids., T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Such A Sweet Little Birdie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Sad Thanksgiving Story, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-6-1a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, December 1, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Persistent Book Agent, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: December="Quality nebber mixes wid trash!", E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Persistent Book Agent, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: December="Quality nebber mixes wid trash!", E. W. Kemble,




Box SFS76-6-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 1, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: The Persistent Book Agent, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: December="Quality nebber mixes wid trash!", E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Persistent Book Agent, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: December="Quality nebber mixes wid trash!", E. W. Kemble,




Box SFS76-6-2a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, December 8, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: A Gentle Xmas Gift, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Bears Build a Tower of Babel, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Professor Schuetzenfest Understands Perfectly, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Gentle Xmas Gift, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Bears Build a Tower of Babel, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Professor Schuetzenfest Understands Perfectly, Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS76-6-2b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 8, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: A Gentle Xmas Gift, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Bears Build a Tower of Babel, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Professor Schuetzenfest Understands Perfectly, Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: A Gentle Xmas Gift, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Bears Build a Tower of Babel, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Professor Schuetzenfest Understands Perfectly, Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS76-6-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, December 15, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Retribution!, unknown,





One-shot: Retribution!, unknown,




Box SFS76-6-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, December 22, 1901,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Some Christmas Kids., T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Daddy Bought His Little Boy A Bow--Wow., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Some Christmas Kids., T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Daddy Bought His Little Boy A Bow--Wow., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-6-4b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 22, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: Some Christmas Kids., T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Daddy Bought His Little Boy A Bow--Wow., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Some Christmas Kids., T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Daddy Bought His Little Boy A Bow--Wow., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-6-5
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, December 29, 1901,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: Reuben Glue Buys His First Dress Suit-And His Last, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Bunch Of Kids, Sollen,



One-shot: The Blackberries' Calendar=January., E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: Reuben Glue Buys His First Dress Suit-And His Last, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Bunch Of Kids, Sollen,





One-shot: The Blackberries' Calendar=January., E. W. Kemble,




Box SFS76-7-1a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-3
The New York Journal Comic Supplement, January 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 39 cm cm


One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Scheme of Revenge That Went Wrong., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Little George Was Bribed. To Eat Soup., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-2b
The San Francisco Chronicle, January 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Little Willie Recites, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Submarine Minstrel Show, Gus Dirks,



One-shot: A Dentist In Hard Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Little Willie Recites, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Submarine Minstrel Show, Gus Dirks,





One-shot: A Dentist In Hard Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-2b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 51 x 39 cm


One-shot: Little Willie Recites, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Submarine Minstrel Show, Gus Dirks,



One-shot: A Dentist In Hard Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Little Willie Recites, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Submarine Minstrel Show, Gus Dirks,





One-shot: A Dentist In Hard Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-3a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 19, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Louie and Heiney=the Little Band, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Louie and Heiney=the Little Band, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-3b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 19, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Louie and Heiney=the Little Band, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Louie and Heiney=the Little Band, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-7-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 26, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The First Meal on an Ocean Trip, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Dark Man, Byang,





One-shot: The First Meal on an Ocean Trip, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Dark Man, Byang,




Box SFS76-7-4b
Hearsts Chicago American Comic Supplement, January 26, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The First Meal on an Ocean Trip, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Dark Man, Byang,





One-shot: The First Meal on an Ocean Trip, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Dark Man, Byang,




Box SFS76-8-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, February 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Duello Franco-Americano, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Duello Franco-Americano, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, February 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: The Duello Franco-Americano, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Duello Franco-Americano, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-8-3
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, February 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: He Made Faces At The Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: It Was A Five-Dollar Stuttering Spell., Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: He Made Faces At The Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: It Was A Five-Dollar Stuttering Spell., Frederick Burr Opper,




Box SFS76-8-4
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, February 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: Whee! Can't He Slide, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Whee! Can't He Slide, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-3
unknown, February 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm


One-shot: Whee! Can't He Slide, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Whee! Can't He Slide, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-1a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 54 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Kissing Song., unknown,



One-shot: The Burglary, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Kissing Song., unknown,





One-shot: The Burglary, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 2, 1902,

Dimensions: 52 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Kissing Song., unknown,



One-shot: The Burglary, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Kissing Song., unknown,





One-shot: The Burglary, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-3a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Telephone Wires Were Crossed., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Telephone Wires Were Crossed., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-3b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 52.5 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Telephone Wires Were Crossed., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Telephone Wires Were Crossed., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-3c
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, March 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: The Adventures of Foxy Grandpa-The Enchanted Forest., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),



One-shot: Even A Women Will Turn., F. M. Howarth,



One-shot: Here's A Painting Outfit! Use These Paints to Color the Foxy Grandpa Picture, Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: The Adventures of Foxy Grandpa-The Enchanted Forest., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Even A Women Will Turn., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Here's A Painting Outfit! Use These Paints to Color the Foxy Grandpa Picture, Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),




Box SFS76-9-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: She Told Him to "Git," But Alas, He "Gitted" Not!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: She Told Him to "Git," But Alas, He "Gitted" Not!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-9-4c
The Children's Wonderland Supplement to Hearst's Chicago American, March 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa prize Coloring Contest. Foxy Grandpa as a Master Carpenter., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),



One-shot: What Happened to Little Fritzie? A Katzenjammer Kids Puzzle., Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Marvellous Trained Bunny and His Tricks., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),



One-shot: Famous "Magic Pictures, unknown,



One-shot: Happy Hooligan and the Pie., Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Adventures-A Trip to Monster Land., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Foxy Grandpa prize Coloring Contest. Foxy Grandpa as a Master Carpenter., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: What Happened to Little Fritzie? A Katzenjammer Kids Puzzle., Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Marvellous Trained Bunny and His Tricks., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Famous "Magic Pictures, unknown,





One-shot: Happy Hooligan and the Pie., Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Adventures-A Trip to Monster Land., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),




Box SFT138-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 23, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: She Told Him to "Git," But Alas, He "Gitted" Not!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: She Told Him to "Git," But Alas, He "Gitted" Not!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-10-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, April 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5


One-shot: Perserverance!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Perserverance!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-10-1b
Hearsts Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: Perserverance!, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Perserverance!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFT138-3
unknown, April 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: An Unrecognized Visitor-A Tale With A Moral, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-10-4a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, April 27, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 39.5 cm


One-shot: Mr. Redink Entertains His Employer., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Mr. Redink Entertains His Employer., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-10-4b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, April 27, 1902,

Dimensions: 52 x 39.5 cm


One-shot: Mr. Redink Entertains His Employer., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Mr. Redink Entertains His Employer., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-11-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, May 4, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: A Visit From Mother-In-Law., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: A Visit From Mother-In-Law., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-11-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, May 4, 1902,

Dimensions: 52 x 39.5 cm


One-shot: A Visit From Mother-In-Law., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: A Visit From Mother-In-Law., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS76-11-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, May 11, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: Oh, Tra=la=la for a Chauffeur's Life!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Oh, Tra=la=la for a Chauffeur's Life!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 1, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: They Saw the Circus!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: They Saw the Circus!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-1b
Hearst's Chicago American, June 1, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: They Saw the Circus!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: They Saw the Circus!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 8, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: How Precious Nero Broke Up A Game Of Ping Pong., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Precious Nero Broke Up A Game Of Ping Pong., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-2a
Ohio State Journal, June 8, 1902,

Dimensions: 49.5 x 38 cm


One-shot: How Precious Nero Broke Up A Game Of Ping Pong., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Precious Nero Broke Up A Game Of Ping Pong., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 15, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: As The Tide Went Out!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: As The Tide Went Out!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-3b
The Ohio State Journal, June 15, 1902,

Dimensions: 49.5 x 38 cm


One-shot: The Ten Little Knock 'Em Downs Or Wonderland the Pin Game., unknown,





One-shot: The Ten Little Knock 'Em Downs Or Wonderland the Pin Game., unknown,




Box SFS76-12-4
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 22, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41 cm


One-shot: Incorruptible Willie., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: See-Saw!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Incorruptible Willie., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: See-Saw!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS76-12-5
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 29, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 41.5 cm


One-shot: How Mr. Jones's Rich Uncle Was Welsomed Home., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: How Mr. Jones's Rich Uncle Was Welsomed Home., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Rules That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Rules That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-1-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Rule That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Rule That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFT138-3
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, July 6, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Rule That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Rule That Worked Both Ways, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Fourth of July Joke That Didn't Work, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFT138-3
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 13, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: She Thought It Was Tom, Jimmy Swinnerton, H. B. Eddy,





One-shot: She Thought It Was Tom, Jimmy Swinnerton, H. B. Eddy,




Box SFS77-1-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 20, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Dummy Elephant, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: Love Will Fin A Way or How Papa Newrich Was Made to Change His Mind, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Dummy Elephant, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Love Will Fin A Way or How Papa Newrich Was Made to Change His Mind, F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-1-3c
San Francisco Examiner, July 20, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Snip-Snap. The Latest-Up-To-Date Games, Jimmy Swinnerton, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze), Rudolph Dirks and Frederick B. Opper ,


Note: Features character cards and instructions for game.


One-shot: Snip-Snap. The Latest-Up-To-Date Games, Jimmy Swinnerton, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze), Rudolph Dirks and Frederick B. Opper ,


Note: Features character cards and instructions for game.

Box SFS77-1-4a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 27, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Poor Girl Didn't Know., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Poor Girl Didn't Know., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFT138-4
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 27, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Poor Girl Didn't Know., F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: The Poor Girl Didn't Know., F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-2-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 3, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-2-1b
Hearst's Chicago American , August 3, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-2-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 17, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: When Mary Brought The Keys, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: When Mary Brought The Keys, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-2-4
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 24, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How Would You Like To Be The Cauffeur, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Would You Like To Be The Cauffeur, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 7, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Fisherman's Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Fisherman's Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-1b
Hearst's Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 7, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Fisherman's Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Fisherman's Luck, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement , September 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,





One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,




Box SFS77-3-2b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,





One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,




Box SFS77-3-2c
The Ohio State Journal, September 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,





One-shot: The Race Is Not Always To The Swift, F. M. Howarth ,




Box SFT138-4
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement , September 14, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Quiet Game of Pinochle, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-3b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFT138-4
The San Francisco Examiner, September 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Tramp What Took What Wasn't His'n, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-3-4a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 28, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How the Lover and the Maiden Outwitted the Cruel Father , F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: How the Lover and the Maiden Outwitted the Cruel Father , F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-3-4b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, September 28, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How the Lover and the Maiden Outwitted the Cruel Father , F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: How the Lover and the Maiden Outwitted the Cruel Father , F. M. Howarth,




Box SFS77-4-1a
San Francisco Examiner, October 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Elephant Brooke Loose, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Elephant Brooke Loose, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-4-1b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement , October 5, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Elephant Brooke Loose, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Elephant Brooke Loose, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-4-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, October 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Adventures of a Steam Roller, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Adventures of a Steam Roller, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-4-2b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Adventures of a Steam Roller., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Adventures of a Steam Roller., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-4-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, October 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Mrs. Skinner's Strategy, F. M. Howarth,



One-shot: Ballad of the Baneful Microbe, unknown,





One-shot: Mrs. Skinner's Strategy, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Ballad of the Baneful Microbe, unknown,




Box SFS77-4-2a
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, October 12, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Mrs. Skinner's Strategy, F. M. Howarth,



One-shot: Ballad of the Baneful Microbe, unknown,





One-shot: Mrs. Skinner's Strategy, F. M. Howarth,





One-shot: Ballad of the Baneful Microbe, unknown,




Box SFS77-5-2a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, November 9, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Fight on the Asylum Wall, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Fight on the Asylum Wall, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-5-2b
Hearst Chicago American Comic Supplement, November 9, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Fight on the Asylum Wall, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Fight on the Asylum Wall, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-5-3d
Children's Wonderland Part One., November 16, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Assorted Games Featuring Foxy Grandpa and The Katzenjammer Kids., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze) and Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Assorted Games Featuring Foxy Grandpa and The Katzenjammer Kids., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze) and Rudolph Dirks,




Box SFS77-6-3
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, December 21, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Why Santa Claus Failed To Appear, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Why Santa Claus Failed To Appear, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-6-1d
Christmas Story Supplement of the San Francisco Examiner, December 7, 1902,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: The Bitter Bitten Christmas and the Coaching Days 100 Years Ago, Cz Brown,



Illustration: The Romance of Death Warrant A Xmas Episode, K.E.R.R,



Illustration: Dickens' Christmas Carol, John Leech, Charles Dana Gibson,



Illustration: Rejected Christmas The Fate Of A Present; Mercanary Flirt., H. B. Dox,



Illustration: The Black Sheep of the Ghost Family, Jimmy Swinnerton,





Illustration: The Bitter Bitten Christmas and the Coaching Days 100 Years Ago, Cz Brown,





Illustration: The Romance of Death Warrant A Xmas Episode, K.E.R.R,





Illustration: Dickens' Christmas Carol, John Leech, Charles Dana Gibson,





Illustration: Rejected Christmas The Fate Of A Present; Mercanary Flirt., H. B. Dox,





Illustration: The Black Sheep of the Ghost Family, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-7-2a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 11, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: There Were Two Of Them, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: There Were Two Of Them, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-7-3a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Cooking School Pie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Cooking School Pie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-7-3b
The Children's Wonderland., January 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Assorted Games Featuring Foxy Grandpa , Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Assorted Games Featuring Foxy Grandpa , Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),




Box SFS77-9-1a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Clarence's First Boxing Lesson., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Clarence's First Boxing Lesson., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-9-1b
The Comic Supplement of the New York American and Journal, March 1, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: SFS77-9-1b, Clarence's First Boxing Lesson.,





One-shot: SFS77-9-1b, Clarence's First Boxing Lesson.,




Box SFS77-9-2
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: There Were Eight of Them!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: There Were Eight of Them!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-9-2c
Sunday Examiner Magazine, March 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Wonderland Shadowgraph., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Wonderland Shadowgraph., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),




Box SFS77-9-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Why There Was No Duck For Dinner., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Why There Was No Duck For Dinner., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-10-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, April 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., H. Martin,





One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., H. Martin,




Box SFS77-10-3b
New York American Comic Supplement, April 19, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's., Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., H. B. Martin,





One-shot: He Used to Be with Barnum's., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., H. B. Martin,




Box SFS77-11-2
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, May 10, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: He Was Quite a Smart Man., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Was Quite a Smart Man., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS77-12-1
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, June 7, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: He Laughed Too Soon., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-1-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: It Didn't Hurt., H. B. Martin,





One-shot: It Didn't Hurt., H. B. Martin,




Box SFS78-1-1b
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement , July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: It Didn't Hurt., H. B. Martin,





One-shot: It Didn't Hurt., H. B. Martin,




Box SFS78-1-1c
Sunday Examiner Magazine, July 5, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Sam Loyd's Wonderful Performing Elephant,unknown ,





One-shot: Sam Loyd's Wonderful Performing Elephant,unknown ,




Box SFS78-1-2
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, July 12, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Grateful Cow!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Grateful Cow!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-2-1a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, August 2, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Balloonists!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Balloonists!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-2-1b
The Ohio State Journal, August 2, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Married Life as Seen From the Inside, T. E. Powers,





One-shot: Married Life as Seen From the Inside, T. E. Powers,




Box SFS78-2-2c
The Ohio State Journal, August 9, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Game of Love, H. B. Martin,





One-shot: The Game of Love, H. B. Martin,




Box SFS78-2-3c
The Ohio State Journal, August 16, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Unlimited Wealth, H. B. Martin,



One-shot: It All Depends, H. B. Martin,



One-shot: Another Reason, H. B. Martin,



One-shot: It Sure Does, H. B. Martin,





One-shot: Unlimited Wealth, H. B. Martin,





One-shot: It All Depends, H. B. Martin,





One-shot: Another Reason, H. B. Martin,





One-shot: It Sure Does, H. B. Martin,




Box SFS78-2-4c
, ,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,





Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,




Box SFS78-2-5d
The Ohio State Journal, August 30, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,





Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,




Box SFS78-3-1a
The Ohio State Journal, September 6, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Married Life as Seen From the Inside, T. E. Powers,



Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,





One-shot: Married Life as Seen From the Inside, T. E. Powers,





Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,




Box SFS78-3-2b
The Ohio State Journal, September 13, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,


Note: The right and left edges have been trimed, several features are incomplete.


Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin, Marjorie Organ, William F. Marriner,


Note: The right and left edges have been trimed, several features are incomplete.

Box SFS78-3-3a
San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, September 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: S $3 Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: S $3 Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-3-3b
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, September 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: S $3 Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: S $3 Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-3-3d
The Ohio State Journal, September 20, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin,William F. Marriner,

Note: The right and left edges have been trimed, several features are incomplete.



Other assorted spot cartoons by H. B. Martin,William F. Marriner,

Note: The right and left edges have been trimed, several features are incomplete.


Box SFS78-4-3
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine, October 18, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Summer Home, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character Foxy Grandpa.
One-shot: Sam Loyd's Ginderbread Dog Puzzle., Sam Loyd,



One-shot: Alphonse and Gaston, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Paper Dolls of the characters Alphonse and Gaston.


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Summer Home, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Sam Loyd's Ginderbread Dog Puzzle., Sam Loyd,





One-shot: Alphonse and Gaston, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Paper Dolls of the characters Alphonse and Gaston.

Box SFS78-5-1c
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine, November 8, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Fifty Dollars In Prize Money For Rebuilding Foxy Grandpa's Home., Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Newspaper contest featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Fifty Dollars In Prize Money For Rebuilding Foxy Grandpa's Home., Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Newspaper contest featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS78-5-3b
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine, November 15, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Sam Loyd's Get-Out-And-Walk Puzzle, Sam Loyd,


Note: Newspaper contest featuring the characters of Foxy Grandpa, Alphonse and Gaston and The Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: Sam Loyd's Get-Out-And-Walk Puzzle, Sam Loyd,


Note: Newspaper contest featuring the characters of Foxy Grandpa, Alphonse and Gaston and The Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS78-5-4c
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine, November 22, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Wher is Foxy Grandpa's Thanksgving Turkey?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),





One-shot: Wher is Foxy Grandpa's Thanksgving Turkey?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),




Box SFS78-6-2
New York American And Journal, December 13, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: His Christmas Pudding,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: His Christmas Pudding,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-6-4a
New York American and Journal, December 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Going to the New Year's Dance, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Going to the New Year's Dance, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-6-4b
The San Francisco Examiner, December 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Going to the New Year's Dance, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Going to the New Year's Dance, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-6-4c
American Magazine Supplement of the San Francisco Examiner, December 27, 1903,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Modern Society Fables No. 3, Penrlyn Stantaus,





One-shot: Modern Society Fables No. 3, Penrlyn Stantaus,




Box SFS78-7-1
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: A Leap Year Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Leap Year Proposal, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-7-2a
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, January 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Gentle Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Gentle Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-7-2b
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Gentle Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Gentle Dog, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-7-3a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 12, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: You See, There Were Two of Them., Jimmy Swinnnerton,





One-shot: You See, There Were Two of Them., Jimmy Swinnnerton,




Box SFS78-7-3b
New York American and Journal, January 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: You See, There Were Two of Them., Jimmy Swinnnerton,





One-shot: You See, There Were Two of Them., Jimmy Swinnnerton,




Box SFS78-7-3c
San Francisco Examiner, January 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Puzzle of Noah's Park, Sam Loyd,





One-shot: The Puzzle of Noah's Park, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS78-7-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement , January 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: His Master's Voice., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: His Master's Voice., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-7-4c
San Francisco Examiner, January 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa Sees Stars, CAn Too?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.
One-shot: Give Toodles and Pussy a Ride on the Stork, Grace G. Wiederseim,


Note: Game featuring the characters of Toodles and Pumpkin Pussy.
One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's New Motor Car., Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa Sees Stars, CAn Too?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Give Toodles and Pussy a Ride on the Stork, Grace G. Wiederseim,


Note: Game featuring the characters of Toodles and Pumpkin Pussy.


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's New Motor Car., Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS78-7-5
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, January 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Baby Was Not Kidnapped.,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Baby Was Not Kidnapped.,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-2a
Chicago Sunday American Comic Supplement, February 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: William Bow-Wow Tell!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: William Bow-Wow Tell!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-2b
New York American and Journal, February 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: William Bow-Wow Tell!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: William Bow-Wow Tell!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-3a
New York American and Journal, February 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Yes, He Really Did It., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Yes, He Really Did It., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-3c
New York American and Journal, February 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Rub-A-Dub-Dub Three Men In a Tub That WIll Float., Frederick Burr Opper,



One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Express Train., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Rub-A-Dub-Dub Three Men In a Tub That WIll Float., Frederick Burr Opper,





One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Express Train., Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS78-8-4a
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How Time Flies., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Time Flies., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-4b
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How Time Flies., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Time Flies., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-8-4c
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How is Foxy Grandpa to Put Up the Stove Pipe?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: How is Foxy Grandpa to Put Up the Stove Pipe?, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the character of Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS78-8-4d
San Fransico Examiner's American Magazine Supplement, February 28, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: After the Elopement , Penrlyn Staulaw,





Illustration: After the Elopement , Penrlyn Staulaw,




Box SFS78-9-1
San Francisco Examiner, March 3, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: Elsie's Dance For Her Life., unknown,





Illustration: Elsie's Dance For Her Life., unknown,




Box SFS78-9-2
The San Francisco Examiner, March 6, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Faithful Kyoodle, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Faithful Kyoodle, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-9-3a
The San Francisco Examiner, March 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Playing Horsie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Playing Horsie!, Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-9-3c
The San Francisco Examiner American Magazine Supplement , March 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: What Happened to Hans and Fritz?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the characters from the Katzenjammer Kids.
One-shot: Foxy Mrs. Katzenjammer Watch Her Steal Grandpa's "Specks.", Bunny (Carl E. Schultze) and Rudolph Dirks,



Illustration: A Japanese Artist's Sketches At The Front., unknown,





One-shot: What Happened to Hans and Fritz?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the characters from the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: Foxy Mrs. Katzenjammer Watch Her Steal Grandpa's "Specks.", Bunny (Carl E. Schultze) and Rudolph Dirks,





Illustration: A Japanese Artist's Sketches At The Front., unknown,




Box SFS78-9-4a
New York American And Journal, March 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Just a Basket of Easter Eggs., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Just a Basket of Easter Eggs., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-9-4b
The San Francisco Examiner, March 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Just a Basket of Easter Eggs., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: Just a Basket of Easter Eggs., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-9-5
The San Francisco Examiner Comic Supplement, March 27, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Battle of Waterloo., Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Battle of Waterloo., Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS78-10-2d
Hearst American Journal Examiner, April 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Game of Bottling Port Arthur,signed J.C.,


Note: Cut-out game.
One-shot: The Topsy-Turvy Jap,creator unknown,


Note: Cut-out game.
One-shot: Fritz Katzenjammer's Party , Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the characters from the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: The Game of Bottling Port Arthur,signed J.C.,


Note: Cut-out game.


One-shot: The Topsy-Turvy Jap,creator unknown,


Note: Cut-out game.


One-shot: Fritz Katzenjammer's Party , Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the characters from the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS78-11-1c
Hearst American Journal Examiner, May 1, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Jumble Book, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the characters from Foxy Grandpa, The Katzenjammer Kids, Happy Hooligan.
One-shot: Hooligan In Again! Can You Get Him Out?, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: Foxy Grandpa's Jumble Book, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring the characters from Foxy Grandpa, The Katzenjammer Kids, Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: Hooligan In Again! Can You Get Him Out?, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.

Box SFS78-11-2c
Hearst American Journal, May 8, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Find Foxy Grandpa at the Katzenjammer Smoker, Rudolph Dirks, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),





One-shot: Find Foxy Grandpa at the Katzenjammer Smoker, Rudolph Dirks, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),




Box SFS78-11-3b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, May 15, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Bunny In Four Corners, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),





One-shot: Bunny In Four Corners, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),




Box SFS78-12-2b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner , June 12, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How To Boil Lobster For Lunch, Dirks Rudolph,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: How To Boil Lobster For Lunch, Dirks Rudolph,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS78-12-3b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, June 19, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Happy Hooligan's Paddock Puzzle Can You Unfasten It?, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: Happy Hooligan's Paddock Puzzle Can You Unfasten It?, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.

Box SFS78-12-4b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, June 26, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Vas Iss?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: Vas Iss?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS79-1-2b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, July 10, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Riding Academy.?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Riding Academy.?, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS79-1-3b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, July 17, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Motor Car Goes To Smash, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Motor Car Goes To Smash, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS79-1-4b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, July 24, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How to Rescue Hooligan, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: How to Rescue Hooligan, Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.

Box SFS79-1-5c
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, July 31, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Can You Add Up TO 26, Bunny (Carl E. Shcultze,


Note: Game featuring Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: Can You Add Up TO 26, Bunny (Carl E. Shcultze,


Note: Game featuring Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS79-2-2b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, August 14, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Gallant Rescue of the Katzenjamers., Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: The Gallant Rescue of the Katzenjamers., Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS79-2-3b
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, August 21, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: What the Katzenjammers Saw at the Big Side Show., Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids and the Happy Hooligan.
One-shot: How Happy Hooligan Got A New Suit Of Clothes., Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: What the Katzenjammers Saw at the Big Side Show., Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids and the Happy Hooligan.


One-shot: How Happy Hooligan Got A New Suit Of Clothes., Frederick Burr Opper,


Note: Game featuring the Happy Hooligan.

Box SFS79-3-2
Hearst's Boston Sunday American, September 11, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Home Life of His Majesty the King,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Home Life of His Majesty the King,Jimmy Swinnerton,




Box SFS79-5-2a
Chicago Sunday American, November 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: How Polly Won Her Dollies, unknown,


Note: Advertisement feature Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: How Polly Won Her Dollies, unknown,


Note: Advertisement feature Foxy Grandpa.

Box SFS79-5-2c
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, November 13, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Can You Draw Foxy Grandpa's Spectacles, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring Foxy Grandpa.
One-shot: How Fritz Saved Hans From the Bull, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: Can You Draw Foxy Grandpa's Spectacles, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze),


Note: Game featuring Foxy Grandpa.


One-shot: How Fritz Saved Hans From the Bull, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS79-5-3c
Chicago Sunday American, November 20, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: Jack and the Wonderful Beanstalk, unknown,





One-shot: Jack and the Wonderful Beanstalk, unknown,




Box SFS79-6-2c
Hearst's American Journal Examiner, December 11, 1904,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Portrait Gallery, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.


One-shot: The Katzenjammer Portrait Gallery, Rudolph Dirks,


Note: Game featuring the Katzenjammer Kids.

Box SFS80-1-2
Chicago Sunday American Magazine Section, January 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Other feature by Penrhyn Stanlaws,



Article illustrations and games by unknown artists.,





Other feature by Penrhyn Stanlaws,





Article illustrations and games by unknown artists.,




Box SFS80-3-4
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 19, 1905],

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon Games: How Ever Did the Katzenjammer Get Straightened Out Again?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks
Cartoon Games: What Are the Hooligans Going to Eat?,Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper
Cartoon Games: Where is "Dear Little Katy?", Unknown Artist ,


Game features characters from the feature Dear Little Katy by Jimmy Swinnerton
Fashion illustrations: How You May Make Yourself Look Very Smart WIth $400 by Mrs. Osborn, J. Osborn,





Cartoon Games: How Ever Did the Katzenjammer Get Straightened Out Again?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks


Cartoon Games: What Are the Hooligans Going to Eat?,Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper


Cartoon Games: Where is "Dear Little Katy?", Unknown Artist ,


Game features characters from the feature Dear Little Katy by Jimmy Swinnerton


Fashion illustrations: How You May Make Yourself Look Very Smart WIth $400 by Mrs. Osborn, J. Osborn,




Box SFS80-3-6
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 26, 1905],

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: How Hans Caught the Coon, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks
Cartoon Games: How Ever Did the Katzenjammer Kids Get Straightened Out Again?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks
Cartoon Games: What Are the Hooligans Going to Eat?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper


Cartoon Games: How Hans Caught the Coon, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks


Cartoon Games: How Ever Did the Katzenjammer Kids Get Straightened Out Again?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks


Cartoon Games: What Are the Hooligans Going to Eat?, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper

Box SFS80-4-4
[Hearst Sunday Section], [April 16, 1905],

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: The Game of "Hee Haw" Or Your Name's Maud, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature And Her Name Was Maud by Frederick Burr Opper


Cartoon Games: The Game of "Hee Haw" Or Your Name's Maud, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature And Her Name Was Maud by Frederick Burr Opper

Box SFS80-4-7
[Hearst Sunday Section], [April 30, 1905],

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: How Did Polly Win the Prize?, Sam Loyd,



Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrapbook: The Naughty Fish, Grace G. Wiederseim,





Cartoon Games: How Did Polly Win the Prize?, Sam Loyd,





Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrapbook: The Naughty Fish, Grace G. Wiederseim,




Box SFS80-5-3
Boston Sunday American Magazine Section, May 14, 1905,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon Games: The Magic Fence, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature And Her Name Was Maud and Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper
Cartoon Games: Miss Dolly and Her Pretty New CLothes, Artist Unknown,



Cartoon Games: Three Jolly Turn-Overs All In A Row, Artist Unknown,



Other: Georgie Porgie, Grace G. Wiederseim,





Cartoon Games: The Magic Fence, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature And Her Name Was Maud and Happy Hooligan by Frederick Burr Opper


Cartoon Games: Miss Dolly and Her Pretty New CLothes, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: Three Jolly Turn-Overs All In A Row, Artist Unknown,





Other: Georgie Porgie, Grace G. Wiederseim,




Box SFS80-5-5
[Hearst Sunday Section], [May 21, 1905],

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Watch the Funny Doggy Grow: A Little Cut-Out For Little People, Artist Unknown,



Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrap Book: The FIve Little Pigs, Grace G. Weiderseim,





Cartoon Games: Watch the Funny Doggy Grow: A Little Cut-Out For Little People, Artist Unknown,





Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrap Book: The FIve Little Pigs, Grace G. Weiderseim,




Box SFS80-5-7
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine Section, May 28, 1905,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon Games: The Magic Pie, Artist Unknown,



Cartoon Games: Be A Fairy: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: The Magic Pie, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: Be A Fairy: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,




Box SFS80-6-2
San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine Section, June 4, 1905,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon Games: The Enchanted Forest, Artist Unknown,



Cartoon Games: Be A Knight: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: The Enchanted Forest, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: Be A Knight: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,




Box SFS80-6-4
Boston Sunday American Magazine Section, June 11, 1905,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Cartoon Games: Laughing Sam, Artist Unknown,



Cartoon Games: Be A Clown: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,



Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrap Book: The Frisky Mouse, Grace G. Wiederseim,





Cartoon Games: Laughing Sam, Artist Unknown,





Cartoon Games: Be A Clown: Cut-Out Mask, Artist Unknown,





Other: Nursery Rhymes For the Scrap Book: The Frisky Mouse, Grace G. Wiederseim,




Box SFS82-1-5
[Hearst Sunday Section], [January 21, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm


Article illustrations: What Henry James Saw and Heard in New York, Frederick Burr Opper,


Five illustrations by F. Opper, after reading James' Article on "New York Revisited"


Article illustrations: What Henry James Saw and Heard in New York, Frederick Burr Opper,


Five illustrations by F. Opper, after reading James' Article on "New York Revisited"

Box SFS82-1-8
[Hearst Sunday Section], [January 28, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Article illustrations: Finding Pirate Gold On the Real Treasure Island, Adolf Methfessel,





Article illustrations: Finding Pirate Gold On the Real Treasure Island, Adolf Methfessel,




Box SFS82-2-2
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 4, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Buster Brown's New Camera, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature Buster Brown by Richard F. Outcault


Cartoon Games: Buster Brown's New Camera, Unknown Artist,


Game features characters from the feature Buster Brown by Richard F. Outcault

Box SFS82-2-5
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 18, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: The Funny New Game of Hearts,Unknown Artist,



Cartoon Games: The Katzenjammer's Resolve, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks


Cartoon Games: The Funny New Game of Hearts,Unknown Artist,





Cartoon Games: The Katzenjammer's Resolve, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Katzenjammer Kids by Rudolph Dirks

Box SFS82-2-7
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 25, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Foxy Grandpa's Puzzling Pennies, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Foxy Grandpa by Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze)


Cartoon Games: Foxy Grandpa's Puzzling Pennies, Sam Loyd,


Game features characters from the feature Foxy Grandpa by Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze)

Box SFS82-4-7
Los Angeles Sunday Examiner, [April 15, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm


Cartoon Games: How To Color Your Easter Eggs, Unknown Artist,



Cartoon Games: Funny Masks For Your Easter Eggs, Unknown Artist,





Cartoon Games: How To Color Your Easter Eggs, Unknown Artist,





Cartoon Games: Funny Masks For Your Easter Eggs, Unknown Artist,




Box SFS82-6-2
[Hearst Sunday Section], [June 3, 1906],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm


Cartoon Games: Can You Tickle Foxy Grandpa's Ear>, Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),





Cartoon Games: Can You Tickle Foxy Grandpa's Ear>, Bunny (Carl Edward Schultze),




Box SFS83-1-3
[Hearst Sunday Section], [January 6, 19067],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm


Cartoon Games: Sam Loy's Chinese Puzzle, Pedler,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loy's Chinese Puzzle, Pedler,




Box SFS83-1-7
[Hearst Sunday Section], [January 20, 19067],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm


Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Spelling Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Spelling Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-1-9
[Hearst Sunday Section], [January 27, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Vaudeville Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Vaudeville Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-2-2
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 3, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's St. Valentine Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's St. Valentine Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-2-4
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 10, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Vaudeville Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Vaudeville Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-2-7
[Hearst Sunday Section], [February 17, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Betsy Ross Flag Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Betsy Ross Flag Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-3-3
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 3, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Pyramid Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Pyramid Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-3-5
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 10, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Puzzle of Mars, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Puzzle of Mars, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-3-8
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 24, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Easter Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Easter Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-3-11
[Hearst Sunday Section], [March 31, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Hidden Word Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Hidden Word Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS83-4-3
[Hearst Sunday Section], [April 7, 1907],

Dimensions: 56 x 40.5 cm

Date is uncertain
Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Pig-Pen Puzzle, Sam Loyd,





Cartoon Games: Sam Loyd's Pig-Pen Puzzle, Sam Loyd,




Box SFS84-3-2
American Magazine Section of the New York Sunday American, March 1, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: The New Hearst Building: San Francisco, California, Artist Unknown,



Article illustrations: Going To Market to Buy A Bride, George F. Kerr,





Article illustrations: The New Hearst Building: San Francisco, California, Artist Unknown,





Article illustrations: Going To Market to Buy A Bride, George F. Kerr,




Box SFS84-3-9
American Magazine Section of the New York Sunday American, March 22, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Article illustrations: The Latest Caprice of this Fashionable FLirt, Clausen Coope,



Article illustrations: Fed Her To the Sharks?, George F. Kerr,





Article illustrations: The Latest Caprice of this Fashionable FLirt, Clausen Coope,





Article illustrations: Fed Her To the Sharks?, George F. Kerr,




Box SFS84-4-3
Special Souvenir Section of the New York Sunday American, March 12, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: "Here Come the Yankees", TAD,





Illustration: "Here Come the Yankees", TAD,




Box SFS84-4-5
Special Souvenir Section of the New York Sunday American, March 19, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: A Nice Quiet Day At the Polo Grounds, TAD,





Illustration: A Nice Quiet Day At the Polo Grounds, TAD,




Box SFS84-4-6
New York Sunday American, April 19, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: The Monster "Precedent"- He Is the Foe of Progress, Robert Carter,





Editorial cartoon: The Monster "Precedent"- He Is the Foe of Progress, Robert Carter,




Box SFS84-5-2
Special Souvenir Section of the New York Sunday American, May 3, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Illustration: "Scout the Umpire", TAD,





Illustration: "Scout the Umpire", TAD,




Box SFS84-5-8
[Hearst Papers], May, 23 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: The Man Who Stole the Earth, George F. Kerr,





Editorial cartoon: The Man Who Stole the Earth, George F. Kerr,




Box SFS84-6-3
[Hearst Papers], June 14, 1908,

Dimensions: 56 x 40 cm


Editorial cartoon: The Hungry HooDoo of the Merry Widow Burlesque, George F. Kerr,





Editorial cartoon: The Hungry HooDoo of the Merry Widow Burlesque, George F. Kerr,







Indianapolis Star, 1905

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFT45-2a
Indianapolis Sunday Star, October 1, 1905,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm



Box SFT45-2a
Indianapolis Sunday Star, October 8, 1905,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm



Box SFT45-2a
Indianapolis Sunday Star, October 29, 1905,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm



Box SFT45-2a
Indianapolis Sunday Star, November 5, 1905,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm



Box SFT45-2a
Indianapolis Sunday Star, November 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 53 x 41 cm






Los Angeles Examiner, 1906

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFT48-5
Los Angeles Examiner Comic Section, September 16, 1906,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm






Los Angeles Times , 1906-1907, 1927-1933

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , February 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Ready Made Antiques That Decieve Scientists and Money Kings, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Ready Made Antiques That Decieve Scientists and Money Kings, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , February 25, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Ant, Samson Among Insects: His Wonderful Feats of Strength and Courage, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The Ant, Samson Among Insects: His Wonderful Feats of Strength and Courage, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: A Book That Costs $185,000 For Copies: The Catalogue of the Bishop Jade Collection, John R. Neill,





Illustration: A Book That Costs $185,000 For Copies: The Catalogue of the Bishop Jade Collection, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Travel the World Over: Unique Means of Transportation in Many Lands, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Travel the World Over: Unique Means of Transportation in Many Lands, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , April 1, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: How The World's Queer People Prepare Their Queen Dinners, John R. Neill,





Illustration: How The World's Queer People Prepare Their Queen Dinners, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , April 15, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Easter Sunday In The City Of The Resurrection, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Easter Sunday In The City Of The Resurrection, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , April 29, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Fishes That Carry Electrical Lamps To Light Their Way In A Sunless Sea, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Fishes That Carry Electrical Lamps To Light Their Way In A Sunless Sea, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , May 13, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: New Ways To Fly Without Gasbags, John R. Neill,





Illustration: New Ways To Fly Without Gasbags, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , May 27, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Insect Pirates That Lie In Wait And Prey Upon Their Fellows, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Insect Pirates That Lie In Wait And Prey Upon Their Fellows, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , June 17, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Hunting Crocodiles and Leaping Fish With A Camera, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Hunting Crocodiles and Leaping Fish With A Camera, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , July 8, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Orchestras Of Our Fields And Woods, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The Orchestras Of Our Fields And Woods, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-11
Los Angles Sunday Times , July 15, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Zulus, Bravest, Fiercest, Most Superstitious Fighters On Earth, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The Zulus, Bravest, Fiercest, Most Superstitious Fighters On Earth, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , August 26, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Sea Serpents That Are Not Summer Resort Delusions, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Sea Serpents That Are Not Summer Resort Delusions, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , September 9, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The World's Greatest Creator Of Roses - He Works Just For The Love Of It, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The World's Greatest Creator Of Roses - He Works Just For The Love Of It, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , November 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Sgould The Old Father Be Shot?, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Sgould The Old Father Be Shot?, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , November 18, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Help Others And Be Grateful For The Privilege: Way To Enjoy Thanksgiving, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Help Others And Be Grateful For The Privilege: Way To Enjoy Thanksgiving, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , November 25, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The "Christmas Question" Is Discussed For Girls By Mrs. Herrick, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The "Christmas Question" Is Discussed For Girls By Mrs. Herrick, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , December 2, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Some Things A Nice Girl Will Not Do, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Some Things A Nice Girl Will Not Do, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-12
Los Angles Sunday Times , December 16, 1906,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: All Around The Christmas Bomb, John R. Neill,



Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Talks About The Christmas Spirit, Signed, Madan,





Illustration: All Around The Christmas Bomb, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Talks About The Christmas Spirit, Signed, Madan,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , January 27, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Blooming Of The Butterfly: How It Circumvents Enemies, Builds A Winter And Masquerades In Borrowed Plumage, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The Blooming Of The Butterfly: How It Circumvents Enemies, Builds A Winter And Masquerades In Borrowed Plumage, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , January 27, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Blooming Of The Butterfly: How It Circumvents Enemies, Builds A Winter And Masquerades In Borrowed Plumage, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The Blooming Of The Butterfly: How It Circumvents Enemies, Builds A Winter And Masquerades In Borrowed Plumage, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , February 3, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: A Double Celebration On St. Valentine's Eve, John R. Neill,





Illustration: A Double Celebration On St. Valentine's Eve, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , February 10, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Cliff And Cave Dwellers Of Today: Queer Homes Of Strange Peoples In The Old And New Worlds, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Cliff And Cave Dwellers Of Today: Queer Homes Of Strange Peoples In The Old And New Worlds, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , February 17, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: When The Neck Scarf Is An Opera Hood, John R. Neill,





Illustration: When The Neck Scarf Is An Opera Hood, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 10, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The War Eye Of France: From Eiffel Tower Armies And Fleets Of The Republic Are To Be Directed And Controled, John R. Neill,





Illustration: The War Eye Of France: From Eiffel Tower Armies And Fleets Of The Republic Are To Be Directed And Controled, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 17, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The New Short Linen Coat, John R. Neill,



Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Chats About The Great Stimulus Of Work, signed Johnson,





Illustration: The New Short Linen Coat, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Chats About The Great Stimulus Of Work, signed Johnson,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 24, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: How Shall We Spend Our Easter, John R. Neill,





Illustration: How Shall We Spend Our Easter, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , March 31, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: The Vogue Of The Kimono Sleeve, John R. Neill,



Illustration: "Get Your Armour Ready, Girls", signed Johnson,





Illustration: The Vogue Of The Kimono Sleeve, John R. Neill,





Illustration: "Get Your Armour Ready, Girls", signed Johnson,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , April 7, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Who Will Join A Photographic Exchange, John R. Neill,



Illustration: Picture Book Children Old And New, various artists,



One Shot: The Little Boy Who Burst The Corporation Drum, Chas Pears,





Illustration: Who Will Join A Photographic Exchange, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Picture Book Children Old And New, various artists,





One Shot: The Little Boy Who Burst The Corporation Drum, Chas Pears,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , April 14, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Advance Styles Of Summer Hats, John R. Neill,



Illustration: Our Responsibilities Toward Others, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Advance Styles Of Summer Hats, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Our Responsibilities Toward Others, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , May 5, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Irrigating An Arid World: Life Sustained On Mars Through The Medium Of Its Wonderful Canals, John R. Neill,



Illustration: Parisian Poke Shapes That Are Copyable, Unsigned,



Illustration: What Is Your Chief Object In Life?, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Irrigating An Arid World: Life Sustained On Mars Through The Medium Of Its Wonderful Canals, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Parisian Poke Shapes That Are Copyable, Unsigned,





Illustration: What Is Your Chief Object In Life?, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , May 12, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Plants With All The Human Senses, Unsigned,



Illustration: What Is Your Chief Object In Life?, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Plants With All The Human Senses, Unsigned,





Illustration: What Is Your Chief Object In Life?, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , May 26, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: A Bug With An Appetite That Costs Millions, John R. Neill,





Illustration: A Bug With An Appetite That Costs Millions, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , June 2, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Insects That Keep Slaves, Use Tools And Seem To Reason, Signed Miller,





Illustration: Insects That Keep Slaves, Use Tools And Seem To Reason, Signed Miller,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , June 28, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Talks To The Housekeeping Girls On Saving On A Small Income, John R. Neill,



Illustration: If Not "Hermits", Then Death: Tragic Protests Of Korea Against Enforced Civilization, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Mrs. Herrick Talks To The Housekeeping Girls On Saving On A Small Income, John R. Neill,





Illustration: If Not "Hermits", Then Death: Tragic Protests Of Korea Against Enforced Civilization, John R. Neill,




Box SFT127-13
Los Angles Sunday Times , October 13, 1907,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Queen Of The Kitchen And Her WorldWide Domain: How Meals Are Prepared By Rough And Ready Methods, John R. Neill,





Illustration: Queen Of The Kitchen And Her WorldWide Domain: How Meals Are Prepared By Rough And Ready Methods, John R. Neill,




Box SFT86-1
The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , February 13, 1927 ,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: OOOOO, Vic Vac,





Illustration: OOOOO, Vic Vac,




Box SFT86-1
Los Angles Sunday Times Magazine , February 16, 1927,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Hunkalumpa, Vic Vac,





Illustration: Hunkalumpa, Vic Vac,




Box SFT86-1
The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , May 7,1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,





Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,




Box SFT86-1
Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , June 4, 1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: untitled cover of Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,





Illustration: untitled cover of Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,




Box SFT86-1
Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, July 7, 1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: Untitled Cover of Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,





Illustration: Untitled Cover of Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,




Box SFT86-1
Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , July 9, 1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 28 cm


Story Illustration: Enough is Sufficent,Bruce Russell ,





Story Illustration: Enough is Sufficent,Bruce Russell ,




Box SFT86-1
Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , July 16, 1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,





Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,




Box SFT86-1
The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , July 30, 1933,

Dimensions: 42 x 48 cm


Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,





Illustration: untitled cover of The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine , Bruce Russell,







Louisville Courier Journal , 1905-1906,

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS33-1-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, March 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-1-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, March 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-2-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 2, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-2-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 9, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-2-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 16, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-2-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 23, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-2-5
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 30, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-3-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, May 7, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-3-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, May 14, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-3-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, May 21, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-3-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, May 28, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-4-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, June 11, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-4-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, June 18, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-4-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, June 25, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-5-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 5, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-5-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 12, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-5-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 19, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-5-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 26, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-6-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 3, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-6-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 10, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-6-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 17, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-6-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 24, 1905,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-7-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, January 7, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-7-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, January 14, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-7-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, January 21, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-7-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, January 28, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-8-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, February 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-8-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, February 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-8-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, February 18, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-8-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, February 25, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-9-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, March 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-9-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, March 25, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-10-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 8, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-10-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 15, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-10-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, April 22, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-11-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, July 1, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-11-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, July 8, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-11-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, July 15, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-11-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, July 22, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-11-5
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, July 29, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-12-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, August 5, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-12-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, August 12, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-12-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, August 19, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-12-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, August 26, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-13-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, September 2, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-13-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, September 9, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-13-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, September 16. 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-13-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, September 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-13-5
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, September 3-, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-14-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, October 7, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-14-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, October 21, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-14-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, October 28, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-15-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 4, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-15-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 11, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-15-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 18, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-15-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, November 25, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-16-1
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 2, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-16-2
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 16, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-16-3
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS33-16-4
Louisville Courier-Journal Comic Section, December 30, 1906,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm






Nashville Banner, 1915-1920

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS46
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, November 6, 1915-December 18, 1915; April 1, 1916-December 23, 1916,

Dimensions: 58 x 42 cm



Box SFS17-1-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 6, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-1-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 17, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-1-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 24, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm

Second half of comic section only. The date is assumed from its place in the sequence of Nashville Banner comic sections.

Box SFS17-1-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 3, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-1-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 10, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-1-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 17, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-1-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 24, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 7, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 14, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 21, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 28, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 12, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 19, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 26, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 2, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 9, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 16, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 23, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-2-12
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 30, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 14, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 21, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 28, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 4, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 11, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 18, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 25, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, September 1, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, September 9, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, September 16, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, September 23, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-3-12
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, September 30, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, October 7, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, October 14, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, October 21, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, October 28, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, November 4, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, November 11, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, November 18, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, November 25, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, December 2, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, December 9, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, December 16, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-12
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, December 23, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-4-13
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, December 30, 1917,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 6, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 13, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 20, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 3, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 10, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 24, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41



Box SFS17-5-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 3, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 10, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 17, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 24, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-5-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 31, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 7, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 14, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 21, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, April 28, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 5, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 12, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-6-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, May 26, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 2, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 9, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 16, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, June 30, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 7, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 14, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 21, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, July 28, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 11, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 18, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS17-7-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, August 25, 1918,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-1
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 5, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-2
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 12, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-3
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 19, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-4
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, January 26, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-5
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 2, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-6
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 9, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-7
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 16, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-8
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, February 23, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-9
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 2, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-10
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 16, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-11
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 23, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-1-12
Comic Section of the Nashville Banner, March 30, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-1
Nashville Banner, April 13, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-2
Nashville Banner, April 20, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-3
Nashville Banner, April 27, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-4
Nashville Banner, June 1, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-5
Nashville Banner, June 8, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-6
Nashville Banner, June 15, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-7
Nashville Banner, June 22, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-8
Nashville Banner, June 29, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-9
Nashville Banner, July 6, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-10
Nashville Banner, July 13, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-2-11
Nashville Banner, July 27, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-1
Nashville Banner, August 3, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-2
Nashville Banner, August 17, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-3
Nashville Banner, August 24, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-4
Nashville Banner, October 5, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-5
Nashville Banner, October 26, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-6
Nashville Banner, November 2, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-7
Nashville Banner, November 9, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-8
Nashville Banner, November 16, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-9
Nashville Banner, November 23, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-3-10
Nashville Banner, November 30, 1919,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-1
Nashville Banner, February 8, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-2
Nashville Banner, February 15, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-3
Nashville Banner, February 22, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-4
Nashville Banner, February 29, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-5
Nashville Banner, March 7, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-6
Nashville Banner, March 14, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-7
Nashville Banner, March 21, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-4-8
Nashville Banner, March 28, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-1
Nashville Banner, May 2, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-2
Nashville Banner, May 9, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-3
Nashville Banner, May 16, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-4
Nashville Banner, May 23, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-5
Nashville Banner, May 30, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-6
Nashville Banner, June 6, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-7
Nashville Banner, June 20, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-8
Nashville Banner, July 4, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-9
Nashville Banner, July 11, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-10
Nashville Banner, July 18, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS18-5-11
Nashville Banner, July 25, 1920,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-1
Nashville Banner, January 2, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-2
Nashville Banner, January 9, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-3
Nashville Banner, January 16, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-4
Nashville Banner, January 23, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-5
Nashville Banner, January 30, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-6
Nashville Banner, February 6, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-7
Nashville Banner, February 13, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-8
Nashville Banner, February 20, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-9
Nashville Banner, February 27, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-10
Nashville Banner, March 6, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-11
Nashville Banner, March 13, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-12
Nashville Banner, March 20, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-1-13
Nashville Banner, March 27, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-1
Nashville Banner, April 3, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-2
Nashville Banner, April 10, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-3
Nashville Banner, April 17, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-4
Nashville Banner, April 24, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-5
Nashville Banner, June 5, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-6
Nashville Banner, June 12, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-7
Nashville Banner, June 19, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-8
Nashville Banner, June 26, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm



Box SFS23-2-9
Nashville Banner, July 3, 1921,

Dimensions: 59 x 41 cm






New York American, 1904

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS3-10-8
New York American Comic Supplement, October 30, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 41 cm






New York American and Journal, 1904-1906

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS3-9-7
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, September 11, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS3-9-8
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, September 18, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS3-10-6
New York American and Journal Comic Supplement, October 9, 1904,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-12-1
New York American and Journal, The Labor Number of the American Magazine Section, September 2, 1906,

Dimensions: 53 x 40 cm

First two pages only.
Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 1. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,



Article, Why the National Government Should Feed All Poor Children, by the Countess of Warwick, with illustrations and photographs, on verso.,





Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 1. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,





Article, Why the National Government Should Feed All Poor Children, by the Countess of Warwick, with illustrations and photographs, on verso.,




Box SFS4-12-2
New York American and Journal, The Fall Fashion Number of the American Magazine Section, September 9, 1906,

Dimensions: 53 x 40 cm


Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 2. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,



Illustrated features, adventure stories, and fashion advice.,



Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVI,Richard F. Outcault,





Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 2. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,





Illustrated features, adventure stories, and fashion advice.,





Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVI,Richard F. Outcault,




Box SFS4-12-3
New York American and Journal, September Household Number American Magazine Section, September 16, 1906,

Dimensions: 53 x 40 cm


Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 3. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,



Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVII,Richard F. Outcault,



Illustrated features, adventure stories, and fashion advice.,





Illustrated story, The Pretenders--No. 3. A Romantic Comedy in Three Acts,Penrhyn Stanlaws,





Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVII,Richard F. Outcault,





Illustrated features, adventure stories, and fashion advice.,




Box SFS4-12-3
American Journal-Examiner Magazine Section, September 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 53 x 40 cm

Pages 17-20 only.
Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVII,Richard F. Outcault,



Illustrated adventure story and fashion advice.,



Illustrated advertisement: Friend Supply Co. (girls' and boys' sales premiums).,





Illustrated story, The Autobiography of Buster Brown, Chapter XXVII,Richard F. Outcault,





Illustrated adventure story and fashion advice.,





Illustrated advertisement: Friend Supply Co. (girls' and boys' sales premiums).,




Box SFS4-12-5
New York American and Journal, American Magazine Section, September 30, 1906,

Dimensions: 54 x 42 cm



Box SFS4-13-4
New York American and Journal Comic Section, September 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 53 x 40 cm

First two pages only.

Box SFS4-13-5
Unidentified publication, September 23, 1906,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Auto in the Jungle,Gus Mager,





One-shot: The Auto in the Jungle,Gus Mager,




Box SFS4-13-6
New York American and Journal Comic Section, September 30, 1906,

Dimensions: 54 x 41 cm






New York Journal, 1896-1901

Scope and Content
Each record in this list begins with a finding number identifying the box, folder, and Mylar sleeve in which the comic section is housed. These numbers are used by the archive's staff to retrieve materials. This list presents all copies of the comic sections that have been processed. As work on the SFACA collection is continuing, the records will be updated accordingly. Comics that appeared only once are listed here. Continuing comic features are listed in Series I.

Box SFS59-1-1
New York Journal, October 18, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Illustration: Greeting, creator unknown,


Note: Illustration contains Mickey Dugan (character from Hogan's Alley, also known as The Yellow Kid
Assorted Cartoons: Syd. B. Griffin, various unknown,



Sports Cartoon: The Young Man From Cohoes, creator unknown,



Sports Cartoon: Polly, the Prairie Peach, E.W. Kemble,



Nine in a Nosegay---Roses All the Nine, creator unknown,



Sheet Music: New York Journal Musical Supplement, Frank A. Nankivell,



Illustration: In Greater Cairo, Horace Taylor,





Cartoon Illustration: Greeting, creator unknown,


Note: Illustration contains Mickey Dugan (character from Hogan's Alley, also known as The Yellow Kid


Assorted Cartoons: Syd. B. Griffin, various unknown,





Sports Cartoon: The Young Man From Cohoes, creator unknown,





Sports Cartoon: Polly, the Prairie Peach, E.W. Kemble,





Nine in a Nosegay---Roses All the Nine, creator unknown,





Sheet Music: New York Journal Musical Supplement, Frank A. Nankivell,





Illustration: In Greater Cairo, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS59-1-2
New York Journal, October 25, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Good Out of Evil, E.W. Kemble,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Cartoon Editorial: From Greenland's Icy Mountains, From India's Coral Strand, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustrated Poem: Angels Ever Bright and Fair, Archie Gunn,



One-shot: As It Always Has Been and Ever Will Be, Frank A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Baffling, Rigby,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: A Woman's Loving Handiwork, Hy Mayer,



Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, Art Young, various unknown,





One-shot: Good Out of Evil, E.W. Kemble,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: From Greenland's Icy Mountains, From India's Coral Strand, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustrated Poem: Angels Ever Bright and Fair, Archie Gunn,





One-shot: As It Always Has Been and Ever Will Be, Frank A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Baffling, Rigby,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: A Woman's Loving Handiwork, Hy Mayer,





Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, Art Young, various unknown,




Box SFS59-2-1
New York Journal, November 1, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Illustration: The Ballad of the Maiden, The Crow and the Yellow Kid, Richard F. Outcault Archie Gunn,



Cartoon Editorial: The Latest Craze That We All Have, "Talking Politics", Homer Davenport,



Illustrated Poem: The Very Moving Ballad of Ross McCann, creator unknown,



One-shot: Useful As Well As Ornamental, Hy Mayer,



Illustration: Untitled, Rigby,



Assorted Cartoons: Carl T.Anderson,, various, unknown,



Illustration: The Unfortunate Previousness of Toothpick Johnson, Homer Davenport,



Assorted Cartoons: Art Young, H.B. Eddy, Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,



One-shot: Paderewski's Revenge, signed Fen,



Panel cartoon: A Logical Conclusion, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Dark Ages, Homer Davenport,





Cartoon Illustration: The Ballad of the Maiden, The Crow and the Yellow Kid, Richard F. Outcault Archie Gunn,





Cartoon Editorial: The Latest Craze That We All Have, "Talking Politics", Homer Davenport,





Illustrated Poem: The Very Moving Ballad of Ross McCann, creator unknown,





One-shot: Useful As Well As Ornamental, Hy Mayer,





Illustration: Untitled, Rigby,





Assorted Cartoons: Carl T.Anderson,, various, unknown,





Illustration: The Unfortunate Previousness of Toothpick Johnson, Homer Davenport,





Assorted Cartoons: Art Young, H.B. Eddy, Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,





One-shot: Paderewski's Revenge, signed Fen,





Panel cartoon: A Logical Conclusion, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Dark Ages, Homer Davenport,




Box SFS59-2-2
New York Journal, November 8, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: The King of Beasts, Hart,



One-shot: In Darkest Africa, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Illustration: The Fancy Dress Ball; or, How Happiness Happened to Two Hoboes, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Autumn Wind and the Poster Maid,---A Sad Story in Four Chapters, Frank A. Nankivell,



One-shot: A Stroll Down Broadway; or, the Mountain Climbers of Greater New York, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustration: The Young Man From Cohoes, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Difference, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: The Crab's Motto, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Always Opening, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Early Bird's Waterloo; or, It's a Long Worm That Has No Turning, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Illustration: The Angel's Chorus, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: How Mr. Gettuppe N. Russell Broke the Wall Street Lunch Record, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Triffle Loud, Hart,



One-shot: He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last, Art Young,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Panel cartoon: The King of Beasts, Hart,





One-shot: In Darkest Africa, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Illustration: The Fancy Dress Ball; or, How Happiness Happened to Two Hoboes, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Autumn Wind and the Poster Maid,---A Sad Story in Four Chapters, Frank A. Nankivell,





One-shot: A Stroll Down Broadway; or, the Mountain Climbers of Greater New York, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustration: The Young Man From Cohoes, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Difference, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: The Crab's Motto, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Always Opening, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Early Bird's Waterloo; or, It's a Long Worm That Has No Turning, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Illustration: The Angel's Chorus, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: How Mr. Gettuppe N. Russell Broke the Wall Street Lunch Record, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Triffle Loud, Hart,





One-shot: He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last, Art Young,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS59-2-3
New York Journal, November 15, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Yer a Peach Gertie but you Can't Hold a Football with One Hand, Richard F. Outcault Archie Gunn,



untitled, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Brash Baboon, the Gay Giraffe and the Subtle Snake---A Comedy on the Congo, creator unknown,



Cartoon Editorial: The Purchase of Gold Bricks Is Not Entirely Confined to Farmers, Nor Do All the Jays Come From the Country, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Springtime Surprise for the Wheeler Family, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Absorbed Messenger Boy, the Entrancing Dime Novel and the Disregarded Explosion, E.W. Kemble,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,



Assorted Cartoons: J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L), Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,





Yer a Peach Gertie but you Can't Hold a Football with One Hand, Richard F. Outcault Archie Gunn,





untitled, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Brash Baboon, the Gay Giraffe and the Subtle Snake---A Comedy on the Congo, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: The Purchase of Gold Bricks Is Not Entirely Confined to Farmers, Nor Do All the Jays Come From the Country, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Springtime Surprise for the Wheeler Family, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Absorbed Messenger Boy, the Entrancing Dime Novel and the Disregarded Explosion, E.W. Kemble,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Assorted Cartoons: J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L), Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,




Box SFS59-2-4
New York Journal, November 22, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: What Deacon Oh-Be-Joyful Shortcrops Had To Be Thankful For, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Examining the Strong Man, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: How the Humorist Paid, Young,



One-shot: The Hunter's Mistake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



Panel cartoon: Plenty of It, Hart,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Six Little Loves for the Team of a Fairy, Hy Mayer,



Assorted Cartoons: Anderson,, Hart,, various unknown,



One-shot: , Carl T. Anderson, Hart, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L), various unknown,



Sheet Music: Honey Does You Love Yer Man, H. Nappenbach,



Assorted Cartoons: H.B. Eddy, various unknown,





One-shot: What Deacon Oh-Be-Joyful Shortcrops Had To Be Thankful For, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Examining the Strong Man, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: How the Humorist Paid, Young,





One-shot: The Hunter's Mistake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





Panel cartoon: Plenty of It, Hart,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Six Little Loves for the Team of a Fairy, Hy Mayer,





Assorted Cartoons: Anderson,, Hart,, various unknown,





One-shot: , Carl T. Anderson, Hart, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L), various unknown,





Sheet Music: Honey Does You Love Yer Man, H. Nappenbach,





Assorted Cartoons: H.B. Eddy, various unknown,




Box SFS59-2-5
New York Journal, November 29, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustrated Poem: The Kid's Great Head, Dan Smith,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: Babette Was Not So Black As She Was Painted, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Bikes, the Bear, the Boys and---the Result, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Genius of the Spain Economy, Carl T. Anderson,



Sheet Music: The Musical Waiter; or, the Strange Influence of Tuneful Tones in Bennett's, Tate,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, various unknown,



One-shot: The Yellow Kid Indulges In a Cock Fight---A Waterloo, R.F. Outcault,



Sheet Music: Love I Adore You, F.A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: An Incident At Boster and Kiel's---No. 2, F.A. Nankivell,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Illustrated Poem: The Kid's Great Head, Dan Smith,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: Babette Was Not So Black As She Was Painted, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Bikes, the Bear, the Boys and---the Result, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Genius of the Spain Economy, Carl T. Anderson,





Sheet Music: The Musical Waiter; or, the Strange Influence of Tuneful Tones in Bennett's, Tate,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, various unknown,





One-shot: The Yellow Kid Indulges In a Cock Fight---A Waterloo, R.F. Outcault,





Sheet Music: Love I Adore You, F.A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: An Incident At Boster and Kiel's---No. 2, F.A. Nankivell,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS59-3-1
New York Journal, December 6, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Pre-Occupation; or, the Effect of the Journal's Humor on the Average Citizen, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: His Fatal Curiosity, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Laugh and Grow Fat, creator unknown,



One-shot: Tonsorial Art in Persia, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Sunday Journal's Kinetoscope, Art Young,



Illustration: Clancy Pays the Bill, creator unknown,



Illustration: The White Blacksnake, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Matter of Hugging, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Cyclometer Fiend, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Breaking It Gently, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Wicked Ostrich Foiled, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Heard In Boston, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Origin of the Flying Fish, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Peace To It's Ashes, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon:Would Be Heavy on Dark Nights, Syd B. Griffin,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,



Sheet Music: The Amorous Goldfish, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Man, the Chair and the Somersault, Carl T. Anderson,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





One-shot: Pre-Occupation; or, the Effect of the Journal's Humor on the Average Citizen, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: His Fatal Curiosity, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Laugh and Grow Fat, creator unknown,





One-shot: Tonsorial Art in Persia, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Sunday Journal's Kinetoscope, Art Young,





Illustration: Clancy Pays the Bill, creator unknown,





Illustration: The White Blacksnake, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Matter of Hugging, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Cyclometer Fiend, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Breaking It Gently, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Wicked Ostrich Foiled, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Heard In Boston, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Origin of the Flying Fish, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Peace To It's Ashes, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon:Would Be Heavy on Dark Nights, Syd B. Griffin,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Sheet Music: The Amorous Goldfish, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Man, the Chair and the Somersault, Carl T. Anderson,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS59-3-2
New York Journal, December 13, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Grandpa Baldknob's Christmas, E.W. Kemble,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Under the Mistletoe She Stands, Frank A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Christmas Term Illustrated, signed "Ens",



One-shot: How the Professor Proved Himself to Be Expert on Skates, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Santa Claus in Different Places, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Frozen Whiskers; or, Why Willie Did Not Get His Christmas Sled, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: untitled, signed "FAN" (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



Assorted Cartoons: Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,



Sheet Music: Down In Poverty Row, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Tables Turned---A Game of White and Red, Bodfish,





One-shot: Grandpa Baldknob's Christmas, E.W. Kemble,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Under the Mistletoe She Stands, Frank A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Christmas Term Illustrated, signed "Ens",





One-shot: How the Professor Proved Himself to Be Expert on Skates, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Santa Claus in Different Places, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Frozen Whiskers; or, Why Willie Did Not Get His Christmas Sled, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: untitled, signed "FAN" (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Assorted Cartoons: Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,





Sheet Music: Down In Poverty Row, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Tables Turned---A Game of White and Red, Bodfish,




Box SFS59-3-3
New York Journal, December 20, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Perhaps Santa Claus Will Take This Advice, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: A Hot Finish, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Necessity Again the Mother of Invention, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Chicken Which Swallowed the Hornet, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Illustration: Merry Christmas, creator unknown,



One-shot: Greedy Goat; or, How Weary Waggles Lost His Wardrobe and His Peace of Mind, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



One-shot: The Animated Snow Man; or, How Officer Reagan Got Heart Disease, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



A Reminder. the Dear Horrid Man, Those French Verbs, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: McFadden's Row of Flats: The Opening Night In Kelly's Bowly Alley, R.F. Outcault,



Panel cartoon: Suited to Circumstances, F.A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Well Posted, signed Ens,



Panel cartoon: A Woman Scrape, signed Ens,



One-shot: An Episode At the Zoo, F.A. Nankivell,



One-shot: False, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Frightened, signed Ens,



Sheet Music: The Racoon and the Bee, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Man of Iron and What Melts Him, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Perhaps Santa Claus Will Take This Advice, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: A Hot Finish, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Necessity Again the Mother of Invention, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Chicken Which Swallowed the Hornet, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Illustration: Merry Christmas, creator unknown,





One-shot: Greedy Goat; or, How Weary Waggles Lost His Wardrobe and His Peace of Mind, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





One-shot: The Animated Snow Man; or, How Officer Reagan Got Heart Disease, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





A Reminder. the Dear Horrid Man, Those French Verbs, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: McFadden's Row of Flats: The Opening Night In Kelly's Bowly Alley, R.F. Outcault,





Panel cartoon: Suited to Circumstances, F.A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Well Posted, signed Ens,





Panel cartoon: A Woman Scrape, signed Ens,





One-shot: An Episode At the Zoo, F.A. Nankivell,





One-shot: False, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Frightened, signed Ens,





Sheet Music: The Racoon and the Bee, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Man of Iron and What Melts Him, creator unknown,




Box SFS59-3-4
New York Journal, December 27, 1896,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Things Everyone Would Like to See in 1897, E.W. Kemble,



Panel cartoon: The Merry Procession of Last Year's Jokes Descends Gleefully on the Happy New Year, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: An Artic Disenchantment, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Sleeping Like a Top, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Very Much Attached To It, creator unknown,



One-shot: Florida Fish Story, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Act That Failed, signed "Ens",



One-shot: A New Cure For a Bald Head, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Theatre Hat Again, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Poor Fido, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Matter of Necessity, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



Panel cartoon: An Exigency Provided For, Grant,



Panel cartoon: The Course of True Love on the Bowery, Grant,



Panel cartoon: The Idea, Frank A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Reason For Haste, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Palpable Bunco, F.A. Nankivell,



One-shot: The New Year's Number 1897, creator unknown,



One-shot: The New Year "Move On" Get Off the Earth, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Too Cold, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Caution, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: How?, Art Young,



One-shot: It Made Hair Stand On End, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



One-shot: Perhaps the Automatic Machine May Reach Perfection Some Day, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





Cartoon Editorial: Things Everyone Would Like to See in 1897, E.W. Kemble,





Panel cartoon: The Merry Procession of Last Year's Jokes Descends Gleefully on the Happy New Year, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: An Artic Disenchantment, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Sleeping Like a Top, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Very Much Attached To It, creator unknown,





One-shot: Florida Fish Story, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Act That Failed, signed "Ens",





One-shot: A New Cure For a Bald Head, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Theatre Hat Again, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Poor Fido, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Matter of Necessity, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





Panel cartoon: An Exigency Provided For, Grant,





Panel cartoon: The Course of True Love on the Bowery, Grant,





Panel cartoon: The Idea, Frank A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Reason For Haste, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Palpable Bunco, F.A. Nankivell,





One-shot: The New Year's Number 1897, creator unknown,





One-shot: The New Year "Move On" Get Off the Earth, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Too Cold, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Caution, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: How?, Art Young,





One-shot: It Made Hair Stand On End, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





One-shot: Perhaps the Automatic Machine May Reach Perfection Some Day, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),




Box SFS59-4-1
New York Journal, January 3, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Rule and Regulations for 1897, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Revenge of a Foreign Foeman, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Journal's Kinetoscope, creator unknown,



One-shot: He Took Some of It Back With Him, creator unknown,



One-shot: Sartorial Genius in South Africa, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustrated Poem: Conscientious Waiter, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustrated Poem: A South Sea Idyl, creator unknown,



untitled, Frank A. Nankivell,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: Not the Jim Jams, Bodfish,



One-shot: A Misunderstanding, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: A Labor-Saving Device, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Too Long About It, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Evident, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Grand Pa's Whiskers, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



One-shot: How the Scientist Found a New Plant---Nit!, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



One-shot: The Greedy Bird and the Sponges, Grant Wallace,





Cartoon Editorial: Rule and Regulations for 1897, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Revenge of a Foreign Foeman, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Journal's Kinetoscope, creator unknown,





One-shot: He Took Some of It Back With Him, creator unknown,





One-shot: Sartorial Genius in South Africa, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustrated Poem: Conscientious Waiter, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustrated Poem: A South Sea Idyl, creator unknown,





untitled, Frank A. Nankivell,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: Not the Jim Jams, Bodfish,





One-shot: A Misunderstanding, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: A Labor-Saving Device, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Too Long About It, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Evident, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Grand Pa's Whiskers, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





One-shot: How the Scientist Found a New Plant---Nit!, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





One-shot: The Greedy Bird and the Sponges, Grant Wallace,




Box SFS59-4-2
New York Journal, January 10, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The Winter Sports of New York's Cosmopolitan Population, Archie Gunn,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Illustrated Poem: It's an Ill Wind That Blows Nobody Good, creator unknown,



One-shot: Navagation Made Easy, Carl T. Anderson,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Panel cartoon: Teaching Mathmatics in Darktown, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



One-shot: The Alarm Clock, Burger,



One-shot: The Mysterious Trunk---A Story With Words, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Clever Monkey and the Annoying Snake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),



Panel cartoon: The Blind Lover, F.A. Nankivell,



One-shot: There's Many a Shot at Random Sent Finds Mark the Archer Little Meant, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: The Winter Sports of New York's Cosmopolitan Population, Archie Gunn,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Illustrated Poem: It's an Ill Wind That Blows Nobody Good, creator unknown,





One-shot: Navagation Made Easy, Carl T. Anderson,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Panel cartoon: Teaching Mathmatics in Darktown, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





One-shot: The Alarm Clock, Burger,





One-shot: The Mysterious Trunk---A Story With Words, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Clever Monkey and the Annoying Snake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L),





Panel cartoon: The Blind Lover, F.A. Nankivell,





One-shot: There's Many a Shot at Random Sent Finds Mark the Archer Little Meant, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS59-4-3
New York Journal, January 17, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: untitled, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustration: The Mermaid's Undoing and What Did It, Frank A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: untitled, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: Mr. Casey's Bicycle---A Tragedy in Eight Scenes, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: How an Act of Kindness Brought Uncle Johnson a Mint of Money, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: Things You Would Never Dream, Young,



Panel cartoon: An Epigurian Obituary, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Light That Failed, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Just Before the Battle, Syd B. Griffin,



Journal Jollity, Syd B. Griffin,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: The Redman's Revenge; or, He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How the Elephant Overcame His Ambushed Foes, Carl T. Anderson,



Assorted Cartoons: G.H. Grant,





One-shot: untitled, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustration: The Mermaid's Undoing and What Did It, Frank A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: untitled, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: Mr. Casey's Bicycle---A Tragedy in Eight Scenes, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: How an Act of Kindness Brought Uncle Johnson a Mint of Money, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: Things You Would Never Dream, Young,





Panel cartoon: An Epigurian Obituary, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Light That Failed, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Just Before the Battle, Syd B. Griffin,





Journal Jollity, Syd B. Griffin,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: The Redman's Revenge; or, He Laughs Best Who Laughs Last, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How the Elephant Overcame His Ambushed Foes, Carl T. Anderson,





Assorted Cartoons: G.H. Grant,




Box SFS59-4-4
New York Journal, January 24, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Whole World's Cutting Ice Today, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: One Good Turn Deserves Another, Bodfish,



Panel cartoon: A Soliloquy, Frank A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: An Inquiring Mind, Frank A. Nankivell,



Assorted Cartoons: creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Something New In Men's Clothes, F.A. Nankivell,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Short of Bed Clothes, Crichton,



One-shot: Home Was the Castle, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: The Boy, the Spider and the Ostrich, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: The Bill Poster and the Kid, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Payment Deferred, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Why He Came, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Moon, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Illustrated On the Spot, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How Thompson Got His Fat Friend Home From the Station, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Vicious Dog's Defeat, C.A. David,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





One-shot: The Whole World's Cutting Ice Today, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: One Good Turn Deserves Another, Bodfish,





Panel cartoon: A Soliloquy, Frank A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: An Inquiring Mind, Frank A. Nankivell,





Assorted Cartoons: creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Something New In Men's Clothes, F.A. Nankivell,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Short of Bed Clothes, Crichton,





One-shot: Home Was the Castle, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: The Boy, the Spider and the Ostrich, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: The Bill Poster and the Kid, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Payment Deferred, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Why He Came, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Moon, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Illustrated On the Spot, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How Thompson Got His Fat Friend Home From the Station, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Vicious Dog's Defeat, C.A. David,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS59-4-5
New York Journal, January 31, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Good Old Way, Archie Gunn,



Panel cartoon: Just As Good, H.B. Eddy,



Panel cartoon: At the Rehearsal, Crichton,



One-shot: Magnetism In the Dark Continent, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Retaliation; or, How the Poet Beat the Bad Boy at His Own Game, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Golf Player Makes Good His Rash Promise, creator unknown,



One-shot: All Good Things Come to Him Who Will But Wait, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Untitled, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Modern Poster Catches the Eye and Holds It, Too, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Too Previous, Crichton,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: Love In the Jungle, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: Suicidal Somnolence, Crichton,



One-shot: The Knowing Goat and the Green Kid, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Marble Turkey Got the Drop on Him, creator unknown,



One-shot: Three Resoluions, F.A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Mourning---With a Rebate, G.H. Grant,



Panel cartoon: Just What He Wanted, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: The Place to Pad, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Good Old Way, Archie Gunn,





Panel cartoon: Just As Good, H.B. Eddy,





Panel cartoon: At the Rehearsal, Crichton,





One-shot: Magnetism In the Dark Continent, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Retaliation; or, How the Poet Beat the Bad Boy at His Own Game, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Golf Player Makes Good His Rash Promise, creator unknown,





One-shot: All Good Things Come to Him Who Will But Wait, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Untitled, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Modern Poster Catches the Eye and Holds It, Too, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Too Previous, Crichton,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: Love In the Jungle, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: Suicidal Somnolence, Crichton,





One-shot: The Knowing Goat and the Green Kid, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Marble Turkey Got the Drop on Him, creator unknown,





One-shot: Three Resoluions, F.A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Mourning---With a Rebate, G.H. Grant,





Panel cartoon: Just What He Wanted, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: The Place to Pad, H.B. Eddy,




Box SFS59-5-1
New York Journal, February 7, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: When Arbitration Throws Our Defenders Out of A Job, E.W. Kemble,



Panel cartoon: An Eye to the Future, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Showing How Associations Affect the Impressionable Tramp, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: The Late Mr. Brown, Crichton,



One-shot: Calmed By the Camera; or, The Resources of the New Journalism, signed "Ens",



One-shot: Fate of the Fancy Skaters, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: Reaping the Harvest, or Weary Willie's Coup, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Woman's Way, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



Panel cartoon: A Bowery Warning, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Easy to Fix, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



Panel cartoon: A Pharaeh Layout!, Crichton,



One-shot: The Fatal Snow Shoes; or, the Hunter Who Was Well Heeled, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How Polly Discovered the Secret of Dr. Baldwin's Hair Restorer, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Pleasant for Mr. Enpeck, creator unknown,



Assorted Untitled Cartoons: J.R.F.,



Panel cartoon: Athletics In Brooklyn, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Quite Natural, F.A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: Restaurant Etiquette, Crichton,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Didn't Want To Die That Way, signed F.M. and C. (Crichton),



Panel cartoon: On the Safe Side, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Chicken Decollete, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Ghostly Visitor, or a Strange Resemblance, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: The Heavy Man, the Camel and the Hump That Slumped, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: When Arbitration Throws Our Defenders Out of A Job, E.W. Kemble,





Panel cartoon: An Eye to the Future, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Showing How Associations Affect the Impressionable Tramp, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: The Late Mr. Brown, Crichton,





One-shot: Calmed By the Camera; or, The Resources of the New Journalism, signed "Ens",





One-shot: Fate of the Fancy Skaters, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: Reaping the Harvest, or Weary Willie's Coup, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Woman's Way, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Panel cartoon: A Bowery Warning, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Easy to Fix, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Panel cartoon: A Pharaeh Layout!, Crichton,





One-shot: The Fatal Snow Shoes; or, the Hunter Who Was Well Heeled, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How Polly Discovered the Secret of Dr. Baldwin's Hair Restorer, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Pleasant for Mr. Enpeck, creator unknown,





Assorted Untitled Cartoons: J.R.F.,





Panel cartoon: Athletics In Brooklyn, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Quite Natural, F.A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: Restaurant Etiquette, Crichton,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Didn't Want To Die That Way, signed F.M. and C. (Crichton),





Panel cartoon: On the Safe Side, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Chicken Decollete, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Ghostly Visitor, or a Strange Resemblance, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: The Heavy Man, the Camel and the Hump That Slumped, creator unknown,




Box SFS59-5-2
New York Journal, February 14, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Unexpected Valentines From Unexpected Sources, Carl T. Anderson,



Assorted Cartoons: Crichton,



One-shot: $1000 Valentine; or, Haste Costs Money, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: An Improvement on Nature, Crichton,



One-shot: How Prof. Foolemnicht Mystified His Audience, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Illustration: Not Intrinsically Valuable, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Heart Throbs, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Spontaneous Combustion, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Her Summer Beau, F.A. Nankivell,



Panel cartoon: The Retort Direct, Crichton,



Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, various unknown,



Assorted Cartoons: H. Nappenbach, various unknown,



One-shot: The Romance of the Susceptible Statuettes, creator unknown,



One-shot: Why Cholly Is Still Behind the Ribbon Counter, Syd B. Griffin,





Cartoon Editorial: Unexpected Valentines From Unexpected Sources, Carl T. Anderson,





Assorted Cartoons: Crichton,





One-shot: $1000 Valentine; or, Haste Costs Money, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: An Improvement on Nature, Crichton,





One-shot: How Prof. Foolemnicht Mystified His Audience, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Illustration: Not Intrinsically Valuable, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Heart Throbs, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Spontaneous Combustion, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Her Summer Beau, F.A. Nankivell,





Panel cartoon: The Retort Direct, Crichton,





Assorted Cartoons: Syd B. Griffin, various unknown,





Assorted Cartoons: H. Nappenbach, various unknown,





One-shot: The Romance of the Susceptible Statuettes, creator unknown,





One-shot: Why Cholly Is Still Behind the Ribbon Counter, Syd B. Griffin,




Box SFS59-5-3
New York Journal, February 21, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Up-To-Date New Yorker in 1997, Syd B. Griffin,



Assorted Panel Cartoons: signed F.M.,



One-shot: The Fatal Card; or, the Wrong Five-Spot, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Strong Hand; or, Beating Four Aces, signed F.M.,



One-shot: As in a Looking Glass or the Goat That Saw Things, creator unknown,



Assorted Cartoons: "D.H.G",, F.A.N.(possible Frank A. Nankivell),, Crichton,, "F.M.",, "Ens", various unknown,



One-shot: Why Another Contract Was Cancelled by the Government, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Foxy Possum and the Stupid Coon, creator unknown,



Assorted Cartoons: Crichton, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Up-To-Date New Yorker in 1997, Syd B. Griffin,





Assorted Panel Cartoons: signed F.M.,





One-shot: The Fatal Card; or, the Wrong Five-Spot, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Strong Hand; or, Beating Four Aces, signed F.M.,





One-shot: As in a Looking Glass or the Goat That Saw Things, creator unknown,





Assorted Cartoons: "D.H.G",, F.A.N.(possible Frank A. Nankivell),, Crichton,, "F.M.",, "Ens", various unknown,





One-shot: Why Another Contract Was Cancelled by the Government, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Foxy Possum and the Stupid Coon, creator unknown,





Assorted Cartoons: Crichton, creator unknown,




Box SFS59-5-4
New York Journal, February 28, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: How the Idle Convicts Might Be Amused, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Did Not Know, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Which Was the Woman?, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Suggestion for East River Transportation, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Burglar Who Wasted His Time, Crichton,



One-shot: Sergeant Pegleg's Downfall; or, Look Where You Step, signed F.M.,



Panel cartoon: Untitled, Crichton,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



One-shot: The Journal's Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: In Error, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



Panel cartoon: Too Much Realism, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Suggestion for Our Farmers, signed F.N.,



Panel cartoon: But She Meant Well, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Down On His Luck, Payne,



One-shot: The Hammer-Thrower, the Glue and the Combination, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Acrobatic Tramp; or, the Bull That Wished He Hadn't, signed F.M.,



Panel cartoon: Barred Out, F.A. Nankivell,



One-shot: The Triumph of Science, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: How the Idle Convicts Might Be Amused, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Did Not Know, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Which Was the Woman?, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Suggestion for East River Transportation, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Burglar Who Wasted His Time, Crichton,





One-shot: Sergeant Pegleg's Downfall; or, Look Where You Step, signed F.M.,





Panel cartoon: Untitled, Crichton,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





One-shot: The Journal's Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: In Error, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Panel cartoon: Too Much Realism, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Suggestion for Our Farmers, signed F.N.,





Panel cartoon: But She Meant Well, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Down On His Luck, Payne,





One-shot: The Hammer-Thrower, the Glue and the Combination, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Acrobatic Tramp; or, the Bull That Wished He Hadn't, signed F.M.,





Panel cartoon: Barred Out, F.A. Nankivell,





One-shot: The Triumph of Science, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS59-6-1
New York Journal, March 7, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Prosperity's Agents Are In Office, Now We May Expect, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: A Cramped Creditor, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Very Particular, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Untitled, Syd B. Griffin,



Continous Feature: The Blackberries: The Blackberry Sisters Go a Slumming, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Finnegan Got on the Police Force, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Awful Depravity, signed F.A.N. (possible Frank A. Nankivell),



Panel cartoon: Untitled, signed F.M.,



Assorted Cartoons: , H. Nappenbach,, Crichton,, F.B. Aylesworth,, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Ragman and the Unruly Boy, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Episode of Telephoning in the Far West, Crichton,



One-shot: The Combination Skeleton or Why the Professor Was Amazed, signed F.M.,



Assorted Cartoons: Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Prosperity's Agents Are In Office, Now We May Expect, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: A Cramped Creditor, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Very Particular, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Untitled, Syd B. Griffin,





Continous Feature: The Blackberries: The Blackberry Sisters Go a Slumming, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Finnegan Got on the Police Force, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Awful Depravity, signed F.A.N. (possible Frank A. Nankivell),





Panel cartoon: Untitled, signed F.M.,





Assorted Cartoons: , H. Nappenbach,, Crichton,, F.B. Aylesworth,, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Ragman and the Unruly Boy, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Episode of Telephoning in the Far West, Crichton,





One-shot: The Combination Skeleton or Why the Professor Was Amazed, signed F.M.,





Assorted Cartoons: Carl T. Anderson, various unknown,




Box SFS59-6-2
New York Journal, March 14, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Charity In New York, signed "Ens",



Assorted Cartoons: Crichton,, signed F.M.,, signed J.R.F,, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Museum Chain Breaker and the Python's Mistake, Payne,



One-shot: The Human Fish; or, How the Skater Was Saved, Crichton,



One-shot: How Gallant Fireman Murphy Offered His Umbrella to a Lady, creator unknown,



One-shot: Neck and Neck, a Tangled Tragedy, J.B.L,



Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Sacred Edifice, Crichton,



One-shot: How They Bag Lions in Africa, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Her Wish, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



One-shot: S-s-s-sic 'Em!, signed "Ens",



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Incubation of Claude Murphy; or, a Sudden Rise to Manhood, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Native, the Hair Restorer and the Snake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



Assorted Cartoons: J.R.F., Crichton, various unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Charity In New York, signed "Ens",





Assorted Cartoons: Crichton,, signed F.M.,, signed J.R.F,, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Museum Chain Breaker and the Python's Mistake, Payne,





One-shot: The Human Fish; or, How the Skater Was Saved, Crichton,





One-shot: How Gallant Fireman Murphy Offered His Umbrella to a Lady, creator unknown,





One-shot: Neck and Neck, a Tangled Tragedy, J.B.L,





Assorted Cartoons: various, unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Sacred Edifice, Crichton,





One-shot: How They Bag Lions in Africa, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Her Wish, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





One-shot: S-s-s-sic 'Em!, signed "Ens",





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Incubation of Claude Murphy; or, a Sudden Rise to Manhood, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Native, the Hair Restorer and the Snake, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





Assorted Cartoons: J.R.F., Crichton, various unknown,




Box SFS59-6-3
New York World, March 21, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Signs of Spring, Syd B. Griffin,



Illustrated Poem: A Question , creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Why the French Maid Left, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Nero's Excuse, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Little Reparte in the Chorus, Frank A. Nankivell,



One-shot: The Turkey That Was an Eagle, Crichton,



One-shot: A Phonographic Proposal, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: An Improvement in Rapid Transit, signed "Ens",



One-shot: Every Man His Own Toreador, signed F.M.,



Panel cartoon: A Barrel Full, signed F.M.,



One-shot: A Foil for Footpads or a Suburban Suggestion, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Impulsive Mr. Murphy Couldn't Wait, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Submarine Jail Breaking, Crichton,



Panel cartoon:Comforting, F.A. Nankivell,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Signs of Spring, Syd B. Griffin,





Illustrated Poem: A Question , creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Why the French Maid Left, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Nero's Excuse, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Little Reparte in the Chorus, Frank A. Nankivell,





One-shot: The Turkey That Was an Eagle, Crichton,





One-shot: A Phonographic Proposal, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: An Improvement in Rapid Transit, signed "Ens",





One-shot: Every Man His Own Toreador, signed F.M.,





Panel cartoon: A Barrel Full, signed F.M.,





One-shot: A Foil for Footpads or a Suburban Suggestion, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Impulsive Mr. Murphy Couldn't Wait, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Submarine Jail Breaking, Crichton,





Panel cartoon:Comforting, F.A. Nankivell,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS59-6-4
New York Journal, March 28, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Every Day is April Fool's Day if a Pretty Woman Wills, Archie Gunn,



One-shot: The Height of Impudence, creator unknown,



One-shot: Diamond Cut Diamond, or the Foiled Footpad, T. Fleming,



Panel cartoon: A Trocha for the Mige, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Journal Kintoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Mad Dog Scare, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Music of the Loot, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: A Flag of Fish, signed F.M.,



Panel cartoon: On His Dignity, Crichton,



One-shot: The Celebrated Professor Acrobatti's Encounter with a Footpad, signed F.M.,



Panel cartoon: Threatened Punishment, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Innocent Victim; or, How Grandpa Played Scarecrow, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: We May Be Superstitious, signed "B" (Fred Brisley),



One-shot: Everything Has It's Use; or, the Tucan That Became a Bicycle, Payne,



Panel cartoon for The Worm Will Turn, creator unknown,



One-shot: untitled, J.R.F.,





Cartoon Editorial: Every Day is April Fool's Day if a Pretty Woman Wills, Archie Gunn,





One-shot: The Height of Impudence, creator unknown,





One-shot: Diamond Cut Diamond, or the Foiled Footpad, T. Fleming,





Panel cartoon: A Trocha for the Mige, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Journal Kintoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Mad Dog Scare, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Music of the Loot, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: A Flag of Fish, signed F.M.,





Panel cartoon: On His Dignity, Crichton,





One-shot: The Celebrated Professor Acrobatti's Encounter with a Footpad, signed F.M.,





Panel cartoon: Threatened Punishment, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Innocent Victim; or, How Grandpa Played Scarecrow, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: We May Be Superstitious, signed "B" (Fred Brisley),





One-shot: Everything Has It's Use; or, the Tucan That Became a Bicycle, Payne,





Panel cartoon for The Worm Will Turn, creator unknown,





One-shot: untitled, J.R.F.,




Box SFS59-7-1
New York Journal, April 4, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: If Music Hath Charms to Sooth the Savage Beast, Why Not Make Use of It?, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Should Have Alimony, signed " B" (Fred Brisley),



Panel cartoon: A Cash Customer, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Putting an Old Head on Young Shoulders, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Valuable Time, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Unreasonable, Crichton,



One-shot: Why Uncle Ephram Signed the Pledge, signed "Ens",



One-shot: A Mean Trick on the Tramp, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Great Thing For the Suburbs, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: We'd Like to See Rosie, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Power of a Mother's Affection, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Looks Like It, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest No. 1, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Typical, Crichton,



One-shot: Everyman His Own Dentist, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Bright Pupil, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: An Univited Guest or Weary Wanderer's Bucycle Ride, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Can You Blame the Automaton?, signed "Ens",



One-shot: A Gentle HInt, Brisley,



One-shot: The Wheels of Justice Clogged, Aylesworth,



One-shot: Mixed Drinks, Fred K. Brisley,



One-shot: Horseshoe Luck, Aylesworth,



One-shot: Courtsey, creator unknown,





One-shot: If Music Hath Charms to Sooth the Savage Beast, Why Not Make Use of It?, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Should Have Alimony, signed " B" (Fred Brisley),





Panel cartoon: A Cash Customer, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Putting an Old Head on Young Shoulders, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Valuable Time, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Unreasonable, Crichton,





One-shot: Why Uncle Ephram Signed the Pledge, signed "Ens",





One-shot: A Mean Trick on the Tramp, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Great Thing For the Suburbs, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: We'd Like to See Rosie, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Power of a Mother's Affection, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Looks Like It, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest No. 1, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Typical, Crichton,





One-shot: Everyman His Own Dentist, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Bright Pupil, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: An Univited Guest or Weary Wanderer's Bucycle Ride, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Can You Blame the Automaton?, signed "Ens",





One-shot: A Gentle HInt, Brisley,





One-shot: The Wheels of Justice Clogged, Aylesworth,





One-shot: Mixed Drinks, Fred K. Brisley,





One-shot: Horseshoe Luck, Aylesworth,





One-shot: Courtsey, creator unknown,




Box SFS59-7-2
New York Journal, April 18, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Fashion Illustration: Some Easter Fancies, Archie Gunn,



Fashion Illustration: Some Easter Errors,a Study of Hats, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Stuffed Bear and the Western Desperado, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How the Polinsky Brothers Got Their Start in Business, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: He Drew the Line at Orange Sunsets, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: An Easter Surprise, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest---No. 2, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: What Might Be Expected, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Toy Seller's Revenge, Crichton,



One-shot: Too Much Realism, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Influence of Art, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: How an Evil Blow Was Turned to Good Account, signed "Ens",



One-shot: Brave Girl, signed Ens,





Fashion Illustration: Some Easter Fancies, Archie Gunn,





Fashion Illustration: Some Easter Errors,a Study of Hats, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Stuffed Bear and the Western Desperado, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How the Polinsky Brothers Got Their Start in Business, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: He Drew the Line at Orange Sunsets, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: An Easter Surprise, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest---No. 2, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: What Might Be Expected, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Toy Seller's Revenge, Crichton,





One-shot: Too Much Realism, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Influence of Art, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: How an Evil Blow Was Turned to Good Account, signed "Ens",





One-shot: Brave Girl, signed Ens,




Box SFS60-1-1
New York Journal, May 2, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The First of May is Moving-Day, signed "Ens",



Panel cartoon: Getting Even, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Brilliant Idea, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Fatal Step; or, How the Feast Was Spoiled, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Those Horrid Men, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Playful Pug and the Gas, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Didn't Give it Time, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Johnny's Excuse, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: The Matter Solved at Last, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Fish Story He Didn't Tell and Why, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: To Let, Aylesworth,



Illustration: My New Tenant, signed Ens,



One-shot: More to be Dreaded, Aylesworth,



One-shot: During the Fire, Fred K. Brisley,



One-shot: Around the World With the Yellow Kid, R.F. Outcault,





Cartoon Editorial: The First of May is Moving-Day, signed "Ens",





Panel cartoon: Getting Even, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Brilliant Idea, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Fatal Step; or, How the Feast Was Spoiled, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Those Horrid Men, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Playful Pug and the Gas, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Didn't Give it Time, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Johnny's Excuse, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: The Matter Solved at Last, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Fish Story He Didn't Tell and Why, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: To Let, Aylesworth,





Illustration: My New Tenant, signed Ens,





One-shot: More to be Dreaded, Aylesworth,





One-shot: During the Fire, Fred K. Brisley,





One-shot: Around the World With the Yellow Kid, R.F. Outcault,




Box SFS60-1-2
New York Journal, May 9, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Sports Cartoon: With Gentle Spring Come Outdoor Sports, Archie Gunn,



Panel cartoon: An Infant in Arms, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Bound to Weep, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: After the Proposal, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Stationary Help, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Insult to Injury, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Ready For Emergencies, a Lesson for Fakers, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: How Lasso Lorenzo Sunk the Battle Ship; Told By Himself, Crichton,



One-shot: Hammocks Are for Summer Girls, Not for Calves, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Weddings As They Are Rehearsed, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: How Lord Dedbroke Met His First Indian, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: It Is the Unexpected That Always Happens, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: The Force of Habit, creator unknown,



One-shot: Love Will Find a Way, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Fleas Were Not the Same; a Mediaeval Tragedy, creator unknown,



One-shot: He Would Steal Eggs; or, Willy the Human Omlette, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Advantages of Early Training, Aylesworth,



One-shot: It's a Way They Have, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Successful American, Fred K. Brisley,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope---The Mysterious Behavior of a Seltzer Bottle, Carl T. Anderson,





Sports Cartoon: With Gentle Spring Come Outdoor Sports, Archie Gunn,





Panel cartoon: An Infant in Arms, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Bound to Weep, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: After the Proposal, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Stationary Help, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Insult to Injury, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Ready For Emergencies, a Lesson for Fakers, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: How Lasso Lorenzo Sunk the Battle Ship; Told By Himself, Crichton,





One-shot: Hammocks Are for Summer Girls, Not for Calves, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Weddings As They Are Rehearsed, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: How Lord Dedbroke Met His First Indian, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: It Is the Unexpected That Always Happens, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: The Force of Habit, creator unknown,





One-shot: Love Will Find a Way, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Fleas Were Not the Same; a Mediaeval Tragedy, creator unknown,





One-shot: He Would Steal Eggs; or, Willy the Human Omlette, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Advantages of Early Training, Aylesworth,





One-shot: It's a Way They Have, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Successful American, Fred K. Brisley,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope---The Mysterious Behavior of a Seltzer Bottle, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS60-1-3
New York Journal, May 16, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Sports Cartoon: Humor of Our Great National Game, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Roasted, Grant,



Panel cartoon: Confidences, Bodfish,



Panel cartoon: Uncertain, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Bottle That Broke Policeman Burns, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: A Turn in Time; or, The Lady and the Tiger, Bodfish,



One-shot: A New Jersey Corkscrew, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: His Downfall, Crichton,



Fashion Illustration: The Pink of Perfection, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Beneath Him, Crichton,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: See That Hump, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest No. 2, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Slight Mistake, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Sled on the Sly and the Rude Awakening, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Home Made Toy; or, the Cat That Was Starched, Carl T. Anderson,



Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,





Sports Cartoon: Humor of Our Great National Game, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Roasted, Grant,





Panel cartoon: Confidences, Bodfish,





Panel cartoon: Uncertain, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Bottle That Broke Policeman Burns, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: A Turn in Time; or, The Lady and the Tiger, Bodfish,





One-shot: A New Jersey Corkscrew, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: His Downfall, Crichton,





Fashion Illustration: The Pink of Perfection, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Beneath Him, Crichton,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: See That Hump, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Missing Word Contest No. 2, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Slight Mistake, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Sled on the Sly and the Rude Awakening, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Home Made Toy; or, the Cat That Was Starched, Carl T. Anderson,





Assorted Cartoons: various unknown,




Box SFS60-1-4
New York Journal, May 23, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: Why the Man in the Moon Smiled, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: After Taking, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Triumph of Modern Science, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Good Location, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Wanted to See, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Kitty's Evasion, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Retribution Overtook the Practical Jokers, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Bicycle Trolley; or, How Sprocket Dan Got Into Trouble, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Disastrous Trial of a New Invention, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Mock Turtle, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Jack Was Justified, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Miss Muffet's Successor, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Drum Major's Stratagem, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Handy, Crichton,



One-shot: Under Construction, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: First Impressions, McKee Barclay,



One-shot: The Jealous Husband, Fred K. Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Why the Man in the Moon Smiled, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: After Taking, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Triumph of Modern Science, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Good Location, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Wanted to See, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Kitty's Evasion, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Retribution Overtook the Practical Jokers, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Bicycle Trolley; or, How Sprocket Dan Got Into Trouble, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Disastrous Trial of a New Invention, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Mock Turtle, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Jack Was Justified, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Miss Muffet's Successor, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Drum Major's Stratagem, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Handy, Crichton,





One-shot: Under Construction, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: First Impressions, McKee Barclay,





One-shot: The Jealous Husband, Fred K. Brisley,




Box SFS1-1-1
New York Journal Comic Supplement, May 30, 1897,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Awakening of Summer,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: Wheeling in Africa,Fred Brisley,



One-shot: 'Tis Tough,Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Morning, Noon, and Night,F. B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Triumph of Selfishness,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Expensive Part,F. B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Dead Ringer--Nit,creator unknown,



One-shot: How Tobacco Was Discovered, or the True Story of Sir. Walter Raleigh,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Burgling a Door, or the Safe that Was No Safe,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: The Awakening of Summer,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Wheeling in Africa,Fred Brisley,





One-shot: 'Tis Tough,Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Morning, Noon, and Night,F. B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Triumph of Selfishness,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Expensive Part,F. B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Dead Ringer--Nit,creator unknown,





One-shot: How Tobacco Was Discovered, or the True Story of Sir. Walter Raleigh,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Burgling a Door, or the Safe that Was No Safe,Carl Anderson,




Box SFS60-1-5
New York Journal, May 30, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Awakening of Summer, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: His Bluff, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: 'Tis Tough, Fred K Brisley,



One-shot: Wheeling in Africa, Fred Brisley,



Continous Feature: The Blackberries Leave for the Country, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Springing a New One on Him, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Complete Preparation, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Both Have Strong Pull, R.F. Outcault,



Panel cartoon: A Forerunner, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Unrehearsed Trick, signed "Ens",



One-shot: The Triumph of Selfishness, signed "Ens",



One-shot: The Expensive Part, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Love's Labor Lost, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Dead Ringer---Nit, signed "Ens",



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How Tobacco Was Discovered; or, the True Story of Sir Walter Raleigh, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Burlging a Door, or the Safe That Was No Safe, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Awakening of Summer, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: His Bluff, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: 'Tis Tough, Fred K Brisley,





One-shot: Wheeling in Africa, Fred Brisley,





Continous Feature: The Blackberries Leave for the Country, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Springing a New One on Him, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Complete Preparation, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Both Have Strong Pull, R.F. Outcault,





Panel cartoon: A Forerunner, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Unrehearsed Trick, signed "Ens",





One-shot: The Triumph of Selfishness, signed "Ens",





One-shot: The Expensive Part, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Love's Labor Lost, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Dead Ringer---Nit, signed "Ens",





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How Tobacco Was Discovered; or, the True Story of Sir Walter Raleigh, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Burlging a Door, or the Safe That Was No Safe, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS60-2-1
New York Journal, June 6, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: How Prosperity Struck the Land, Homer Davenport,



One-shot: An Optical Delusion, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Triumph of Mind, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Pilgrim, the Bible and the Indian Chief, Crichton,



One-shot: He Had Sporting Blood, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Real Status, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



Sports Cartoon: Our Bloodcurdling National Game, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: She Knew His Mental Calibre, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Princess, the Pup and the Python, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Gave Himself Away, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: His Play on Words, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: In the Asylum, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Right In It, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Good Prospects, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Mistaken Identity, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: A Soliloquy, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: How the Parrot Escaped; or, Why Willie Got It, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Little Chick and the Whiff of Smoke, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A New Trolley Line In Matabele Land, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: How Prosperity Struck the Land, Homer Davenport,





One-shot: An Optical Delusion, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Triumph of Mind, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Pilgrim, the Bible and the Indian Chief, Crichton,





One-shot: He Had Sporting Blood, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Real Status, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





Sports Cartoon: Our Bloodcurdling National Game, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: She Knew His Mental Calibre, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Princess, the Pup and the Python, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Gave Himself Away, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: His Play on Words, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: In the Asylum, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Right In It, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Good Prospects, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Mistaken Identity, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: A Soliloquy, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: How the Parrot Escaped; or, Why Willie Got It, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Little Chick and the Whiff of Smoke, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A New Trolley Line In Matabele Land, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS60-2-2
New York Journal, June 13, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Some Things the Horseless Carriage May Bring About, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Qualification, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: At the Funeral, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Woman in the Case, creator unknown,



One-shot: There's Many a Shot at Random Sent, Crichton,



One-shot: The Convex Mirror, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: In the Metropolitan Museum, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: In the Best of Spirits, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Incautious Thief, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Usual Way With Discoveries, Crichton,



One-shot: They Shot Craps With Loaded Dice, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Rubber Shoe and the Pair of Pups, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: At the Continuous Performance, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Man From Omaha, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Country Life, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: A Different Varmint, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: His Conscience Rattled Him, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Change of Color, Crichton,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Signor Whiskering and the Goat, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: An Elopement in Venice, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Some Things the Horseless Carriage May Bring About, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Qualification, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: At the Funeral, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Woman in the Case, creator unknown,





One-shot: There's Many a Shot at Random Sent, Crichton,





One-shot: The Convex Mirror, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: In the Metropolitan Museum, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: In the Best of Spirits, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Incautious Thief, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Usual Way With Discoveries, Crichton,





One-shot: They Shot Craps With Loaded Dice, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Rubber Shoe and the Pair of Pups, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: At the Continuous Performance, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Man From Omaha, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Country Life, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: A Different Varmint, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: His Conscience Rattled Him, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Change of Color, Crichton,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Signor Whiskering and the Goat, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: An Elopement in Venice, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-2-3
New York Journal, June 20, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Few Uses For the Submarine Boat, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Wheels Within Wheels, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Story of the Little Chinaman, His Queue and His Sweetheart, In Five Acts, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Anchor to Windward, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Two Good Reasons, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Blind Man's Bluff, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Reducing Funeral Expense, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: At the Execution, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: A Testimonial, uknown,



Panel cartoon: Green Goods for City Folks, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Sister to Him, Crichton,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Gallantry in Blackville, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Not the Right Kind, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: A Field of Study, Crichton,



One-shot: The Girl, the Gum, and the Bulldog, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Claim-For-Damage Crank, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Biblical Knowledge, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Vanishing Woe, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Jersey Meaness, creator unknown,



One-shot: One Leg was Short, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Acknowledged By the Manufacturer, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Unlucky Number, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Quick Action Assured, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Early Bird, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Reckless Extravagance, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Glad Hand, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Bear and the Boy, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: An Army of the Sea; or, Any Old Arm Will Do, Crichton,





One-shot: A Few Uses For the Submarine Boat, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Wheels Within Wheels, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Story of the Little Chinaman, His Queue and His Sweetheart, In Five Acts, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Anchor to Windward, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Two Good Reasons, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Blind Man's Bluff, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Reducing Funeral Expense, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: At the Execution, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: A Testimonial, uknown,





Panel cartoon: Green Goods for City Folks, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Sister to Him, Crichton,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Gallantry in Blackville, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Not the Right Kind, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: A Field of Study, Crichton,





One-shot: The Girl, the Gum, and the Bulldog, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Claim-For-Damage Crank, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Biblical Knowledge, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Vanishing Woe, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Jersey Meaness, creator unknown,





One-shot: One Leg was Short, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Acknowledged By the Manufacturer, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Unlucky Number, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Quick Action Assured, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Early Bird, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Reckless Extravagance, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Glad Hand, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Bear and the Boy, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: An Army of the Sea; or, Any Old Arm Will Do, Crichton,




Box SFS60-2-4
New York Journal, June 27, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The American Invasion of England, signed "Ens",



One-shot: Taking a Turn; or, Prof. Skimmelfing and the Goat, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Dark Retort, Crichton,



One-shot: Not That Kind, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Up To Snuff, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Result of a Strike, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The School Teacher To Blame, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Dangerous Weapons, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Excuse, Crichton,



One-shot: At One of the New Hotels, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: What Would Tell, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Pop Disentangled the Fish Bone, F Fleming,



Sports Cartoon: Some of the Technicalities of Golf, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: On the Elevated, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: After the Matinee, signed F.B.A. (F.B. Aylesworth),



Panel cartoon: Up-To-Date Sparrows, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: His Snakship's Joke; or, Flirting in the Garden, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Embarassing, signed "B" (Fred Brisley),



Panel cartoon: The Squirrel Motor, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Bitter, Crichton,



One-shot: Bobby's Unprofitable Joke; or, The Dime and the Dutchman, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: The Calling Out of the Rushville Cadets, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: The Mischievous Pet Possum, F.B. Aylesworth,





Cartoon Editorial: The American Invasion of England, signed "Ens",





One-shot: Taking a Turn; or, Prof. Skimmelfing and the Goat, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Dark Retort, Crichton,





One-shot: Not That Kind, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Up To Snuff, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Result of a Strike, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The School Teacher To Blame, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Dangerous Weapons, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Excuse, Crichton,





One-shot: At One of the New Hotels, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: What Would Tell, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Pop Disentangled the Fish Bone, F Fleming,





Sports Cartoon: Some of the Technicalities of Golf, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: On the Elevated, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: After the Matinee, signed F.B.A. (F.B. Aylesworth),





Panel cartoon: Up-To-Date Sparrows, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: His Snakship's Joke; or, Flirting in the Garden, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Embarassing, signed "B" (Fred Brisley),





Panel cartoon: The Squirrel Motor, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Bitter, Crichton,





One-shot: Bobby's Unprofitable Joke; or, The Dime and the Dutchman, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: The Calling Out of the Rushville Cadets, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: The Mischievous Pet Possum, F.B. Aylesworth,




Box SFS60-3-1
New York Journal, July 4, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: An Up-To-Date Fourth of July, signed "Ens",



Panel cartoon: Right in His Sphere, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Safe At Last, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Where Does Heredity Come In?, signed "Ens",



Panel cartoon: The Newsest Plague, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Poor Papa, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: In New Jersey, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Worse Than Bloomers, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Nature Versus Art, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: These Are the Days of Germs, creator unknown,



One-shot: May's Two Notes; or, What George Missed, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Revenge, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Beating the Game; or, a Park Row Julep, Crichton,



One-shot: How to Make a Century Run Without Any Hard Running, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: A High Priced Egg; or, the Bantam and the Ball Bearings, creator unknown,



Music Sheet: The Willow Pattern Plate, signed F.A.N. (Frank A. Nankivell),





One-shot: An Up-To-Date Fourth of July, signed "Ens",





Panel cartoon: Right in His Sphere, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Safe At Last, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Where Does Heredity Come In?, signed "Ens",





Panel cartoon: The Newsest Plague, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Poor Papa, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: In New Jersey, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Worse Than Bloomers, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Nature Versus Art, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: These Are the Days of Germs, creator unknown,





One-shot: May's Two Notes; or, What George Missed, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Revenge, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Beating the Game; or, a Park Row Julep, Crichton,





One-shot: How to Make a Century Run Without Any Hard Running, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: A High Priced Egg; or, the Bantam and the Ball Bearings, creator unknown,





Music Sheet: The Willow Pattern Plate, signed F.A.N. (Frank A. Nankivell),




Box SFS60-3-2
New York Journal, July 11, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The Campaign For Mayor of Greater New York, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: Clinging, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: What She Wore, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Her First Visit, Crichton,



One-shot: An Emphatic Acceptance; or, the Wooing of an Athletic Maid, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Not Going, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: What the Gum Chewing Habit Has Done for Her, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Between Two Fires, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Very Place, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Discomfiture of Love, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Sign, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,



One-shot: Easily Discovered, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: A New Way For Making Business, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Did Not Expect Pay, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: What Yachting Really Means in 1897, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: A Summer Outing In Rushville, R.F. Outcault,



Panel cartoon: Beauty Is Only Skin Deep, Crichton,



One-shot: Obtaining Money on False Pretenses, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Cruel, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Will Do the Dictating Here After, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: A Racing Term, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: An All Star Cast, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Pipe Dreams, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Wait Till the Clouds Roll By, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Daring Rescue in Four Acts; or, the Advantage of Being a Helpless Cripple, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Sad Fate of a Desperate Summer Wooer, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Scarcity of Air, Caused Mainly by the Bicycle, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: The Campaign For Mayor of Greater New York, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: Clinging, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: What She Wore, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Her First Visit, Crichton,





One-shot: An Emphatic Acceptance; or, the Wooing of an Athletic Maid, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Not Going, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: What the Gum Chewing Habit Has Done for Her, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Between Two Fires, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Very Place, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Discomfiture of Love, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Sign, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,





One-shot: Easily Discovered, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: A New Way For Making Business, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Did Not Expect Pay, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: What Yachting Really Means in 1897, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: A Summer Outing In Rushville, R.F. Outcault,





Panel cartoon: Beauty Is Only Skin Deep, Crichton,





One-shot: Obtaining Money on False Pretenses, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Cruel, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Will Do the Dictating Here After, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: A Racing Term, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: An All Star Cast, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Pipe Dreams, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Wait Till the Clouds Roll By, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Daring Rescue in Four Acts; or, the Advantage of Being a Helpless Cripple, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Sad Fate of a Desperate Summer Wooer, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Scarcity of Air, Caused Mainly by the Bicycle, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-3-3
New York Journal, July 18, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: What the Anti-Noise Laws May Lead To, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Cows Revenge and the Dude's Discomfiture, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Story of Summer Festivities, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Essence of Surf Bathing, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Realism in Music, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: From the Daily Press, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: She Brought It On Herself, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: On Pleasure Bent, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: He Was Promptly Notified, Geo Dasling,



One-shot: A Carom and a Pocket, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Last of Waggles---His End in the Land of Perpetual Snow, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Book Learnin', Crichton,



Panel cartoon: His Love Grew Cold, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Putting It Mildly, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: A Happy Solution, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: His Water Line Displacement, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Going to Beat the Band, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: A Cyclomaniac, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Old Soldier and the Electric Eel, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Peeper Family's First Day Out, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Few Things the Mosquito Could Not Do, Crichton,





Cartoon Editorial: What the Anti-Noise Laws May Lead To, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Cows Revenge and the Dude's Discomfiture, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Story of Summer Festivities, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Essence of Surf Bathing, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Realism in Music, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: From the Daily Press, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: She Brought It On Herself, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: On Pleasure Bent, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: He Was Promptly Notified, Geo Dasling,





One-shot: A Carom and a Pocket, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Last of Waggles---His End in the Land of Perpetual Snow, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Book Learnin', Crichton,





Panel cartoon: His Love Grew Cold, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Putting It Mildly, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: A Happy Solution, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: His Water Line Displacement, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Going to Beat the Band, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: A Cyclomaniac, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Old Soldier and the Electric Eel, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Peeper Family's First Day Out, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Few Things the Mosquito Could Not Do, Crichton,




Box SFS60-3-4
New York Journal, July 25, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Summer Lies; or, How Our Friends Try to Work a Confidence Game On Us, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: For the Benefit of Tardy Suburbanites, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Not Otherwise Classified, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: On the Cycle Path, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Old Sol's Joke, Crichton,



One-shot: Cast Up By the Sea, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: He Couldn't Get Over It, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Irresistible, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Not What He Expected, Crichton,



Cartoon Editorial: You Can Live, That's About All, Syd B. Griffin,



Panel cartoon: The Peeper Family Afloat, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Shooting the Chutes, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Baseball, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



One-shot: How Weary Waggles Struck Luck in Harlem, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: No More Vain Longing, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: A Smooth Article, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



Panel cartoon: Gills, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Dog Felt Cooler, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Jones Has Returned From the Queen's Jubilee, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: "Quick" Inapplicable, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: What a Pity, signed T.S.A (possibly T.S. Allen),



Panel cartoon: In the Push, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Bout with the Bottle, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How He Cured His Wife of Going Through His Clothes; a Tip for Husbands, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Summer Lies; or, How Our Friends Try to Work a Confidence Game On Us, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: For the Benefit of Tardy Suburbanites, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Not Otherwise Classified, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: On the Cycle Path, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Old Sol's Joke, Crichton,





One-shot: Cast Up By the Sea, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: He Couldn't Get Over It, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Irresistible, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Not What He Expected, Crichton,





Cartoon Editorial: You Can Live, That's About All, Syd B. Griffin,





Panel cartoon: The Peeper Family Afloat, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Shooting the Chutes, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Baseball, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





One-shot: How Weary Waggles Struck Luck in Harlem, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: No More Vain Longing, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: A Smooth Article, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





Panel cartoon: Gills, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Dog Felt Cooler, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Jones Has Returned From the Queen's Jubilee, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: "Quick" Inapplicable, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: What a Pity, signed T.S.A (possibly T.S. Allen),





Panel cartoon: In the Push, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Bout with the Bottle, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How He Cured His Wife of Going Through His Clothes; a Tip for Husbands, F.B. Aylesworth,




Box SFS60-4-1
New York Journal, August 1, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Coming Home From Europe---Only Wearing Apparel and Articles Necessary to Personal Comfort Admitted Free, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Rubbing It In, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: A Song By the Blackbird Glee Club, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Deacon Cought, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: How Jimmie Got a Bite, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Not Even Skin, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: A Swimming Lesson at Coney, Crichton,



One-shot: The Triumph of Science, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: There Are Others, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Modus Operandi, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Morning Greeting, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Race Is Not Always to the Swift, Crichton,



One-shot: The Force of Habit, or an "L" Guard Off Guard, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Appearances Are Often Deceitful, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: They Met Again, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: What Happened When the Museum Freaks Went Down to the Seaside, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Description of a Summer Resort As Per "Ad", creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Was Quicker, Crichton,



Panel cartoon: Startling Geological Discovery, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Night Order, Crichton,



One-shot: A Midnight Tragedy, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Secrets of the Trade, signed "C" (possibly Crichton),



One-shot: A Gallant Tumbler, signed T.S.A. (possibly T.S. Allen),



Panel cartoon: Coming Out WIth Flying Colors, signed "C" (possbily Crichton),



Panel cartoon: Wear Them Nights, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Cycle Bather, creator unknown,



One-shot: How They Fooled the Magician---Over the Left, Carl T. Anderson,



Sheet Music: My Girl is a Winner, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Cartoon Editorial: Coming Home From Europe---Only Wearing Apparel and Articles Necessary to Personal Comfort Admitted Free, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Rubbing It In, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: A Song By the Blackbird Glee Club, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Deacon Cought, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: How Jimmie Got a Bite, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Not Even Skin, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: A Swimming Lesson at Coney, Crichton,





One-shot: The Triumph of Science, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: There Are Others, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Modus Operandi, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Morning Greeting, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Race Is Not Always to the Swift, Crichton,





One-shot: The Force of Habit, or an "L" Guard Off Guard, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Appearances Are Often Deceitful, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: They Met Again, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: What Happened When the Museum Freaks Went Down to the Seaside, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Description of a Summer Resort As Per "Ad", creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Was Quicker, Crichton,





Panel cartoon: Startling Geological Discovery, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Night Order, Crichton,





One-shot: A Midnight Tragedy, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Secrets of the Trade, signed "C" (possibly Crichton),





One-shot: A Gallant Tumbler, signed T.S.A. (possibly T.S. Allen),





Panel cartoon: Coming Out WIth Flying Colors, signed "C" (possbily Crichton),





Panel cartoon: Wear Them Nights, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Cycle Bather, creator unknown,





One-shot: How They Fooled the Magician---Over the Left, Carl T. Anderson,





Sheet Music: My Girl is a Winner, signed F.A.N (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),




Box SFS60-4-2
New York Journal, August 8, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Bluffs We All Have Met and Seen Through, creator unknown,



One-shot: Youthful Fancies, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: How Johnny Got Even With His Sister's Beau, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



Panel cartoon: To Judge By Appearances, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: The Beats the Dutch, M. Adder,



Panel cartoon: This Shows, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: From A Recent Novel, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Provocation, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Lesson In Manners, signed L.S.A.,



One-shot: Doing a Good Thing, signed "A",



One-shot: A Tight Squeeze, Crichton,



One-shot: A Venetian Episode; or, How the Doves Did Davenport, Homer Davenport,



One-shot: The Burglar Burgled; or, How the Pride of the Football Team Struck Luck, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Sporty Pete the Gambler Combines Business With Pleasure, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Sleeping Turtle; or, How Cholly Got Wet, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Wisdom, creator unknown,



One-shot: A False Alarm, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: L'Esprit Du Corps, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Tankers Fishing Club, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Blow That Killed Father, T.M. Peirce,



One-shot: De Raines Law Aint In It, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: The Fountain of Youth, T.M. Peirce,



One-shot: The Plot That Failed; or, the Long and Short of It, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Case of Mysterious Jags, creator unknown,





One-shot: Bluffs We All Have Met and Seen Through, creator unknown,





One-shot: Youthful Fancies, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: How Johnny Got Even With His Sister's Beau, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





Panel cartoon: To Judge By Appearances, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Beats the Dutch, M. Adder,





Panel cartoon: This Shows, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: From A Recent Novel, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Provocation, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Lesson In Manners, signed L.S.A.,





One-shot: Doing a Good Thing, signed "A",





One-shot: A Tight Squeeze, Crichton,





One-shot: A Venetian Episode; or, How the Doves Did Davenport, Homer Davenport,





One-shot: The Burglar Burgled; or, How the Pride of the Football Team Struck Luck, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Sporty Pete the Gambler Combines Business With Pleasure, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Sleeping Turtle; or, How Cholly Got Wet, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Wisdom, creator unknown,





One-shot: A False Alarm, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: L'Esprit Du Corps, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Tankers Fishing Club, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Blow That Killed Father, T.M. Peirce,





One-shot: De Raines Law Aint In It, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: The Fountain of Youth, T.M. Peirce,





One-shot: The Plot That Failed; or, the Long and Short of It, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Case of Mysterious Jags, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-4-3
New York Journal, August 15, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Latest Scheme to Improve Us, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Result of Friendly Criticism, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Asking Too Much, Fred Brisley,



Illustration: Diary of a Newly-Married Man, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Rough On the Wheel, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Where Ignorance Is Bliss---For a Few Hours, creator unknown,



One-shot: Too Much For the Bear, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: The Beauties of Aristocracy, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Might Have Objected, creator unknown,



One-shot: Protection, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How the Money Entered Into a Great Alliance, Homer Davenport,



One-shot: Faith, Hope and Charity---A New Arrangement, creator unknown,



One-shot: When the North Pole is Discovered, creator unknown,



One-shot: Their First Day On the Road, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Suburban Inducement, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: His Physical Advantage, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Golden Opportunity; or, How George Won His Wife, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Burglary In the East, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Shooting the Chutes on the Zambesi, creator unknown,



Sheet Music: Yum Yum, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Latest Scheme to Improve Us, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Result of Friendly Criticism, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Asking Too Much, Fred Brisley,





Illustration: Diary of a Newly-Married Man, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Rough On the Wheel, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Where Ignorance Is Bliss---For a Few Hours, creator unknown,





One-shot: Too Much For the Bear, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Beauties of Aristocracy, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Might Have Objected, creator unknown,





One-shot: Protection, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How the Money Entered Into a Great Alliance, Homer Davenport,





One-shot: Faith, Hope and Charity---A New Arrangement, creator unknown,





One-shot: When the North Pole is Discovered, creator unknown,





One-shot: Their First Day On the Road, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Suburban Inducement, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: His Physical Advantage, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Golden Opportunity; or, How George Won His Wife, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Burglary In the East, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Shooting the Chutes on the Zambesi, creator unknown,





Sheet Music: Yum Yum, Fred Brisley,




Box SFS60-4-4
New York Journal, August 22, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Klondyke or Bust!, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: An Aerial Adventure, or---You Couldn't Kill Some People With an Axe, creator unknown,



One-shot: He Cameth!, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Epitaph, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Rapid Transit; or, the Transfer of Motion, signed "A",



One-shot: In Union There Is Strength, Greening,



Panel cartoon: From the Latest Paris (KY) Salon, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: His Reward, Greening,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Goat That Swallowed the Music Box, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Fish Story; or, Springing a New One on Them, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: In Luck, creator unknown,



One-shot: Revenge Is Sweet, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Bound To Have Some Sleep, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: An Inexcusable Insult, creator unknown,



One-shot: They Divided the Credit, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Strange, Fred Brisley,



Sheet Music: I Can't Give Up My Rough and Rowdish Ways, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Dire Results of a Trip to Coney Isle, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Klondyke or Bust!, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: An Aerial Adventure, or---You Couldn't Kill Some People With an Axe, creator unknown,





One-shot: He Cameth!, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Epitaph, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Rapid Transit; or, the Transfer of Motion, signed "A",





One-shot: In Union There Is Strength, Greening,





Panel cartoon: From the Latest Paris (KY) Salon, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: His Reward, Greening,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Goat That Swallowed the Music Box, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Fish Story; or, Springing a New One on Them, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: In Luck, creator unknown,





One-shot: Revenge Is Sweet, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Bound To Have Some Sleep, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: An Inexcusable Insult, creator unknown,





One-shot: They Divided the Credit, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Strange, Fred Brisley,





Sheet Music: I Can't Give Up My Rough and Rowdish Ways, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Dire Results of a Trip to Coney Isle, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-4-5
New York Journal, August 29, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Junketings---How Uncle Sam's Commissioners Travel at the Country's Expense, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Percy's Wit Won a Wealthy Bride, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Scheme That Failed, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: It Wasn't Gallantry, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: His Vocation, creator unknown,



One-shot: Lore's Vow---A Tragedy, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Couldn't Fool Him, creator unknown,



One-shot: Canine Instinct at Coney Island, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: All That Glitters Is Not Gold, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Fat Man and the Big Sunday Paper, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Funny Story and How It Ended, creator unknown,



One-shot: Heavy Reading, Greening,



Panel cartoon: No Room For Doubt, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: On the Klondyke Trail, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Plot and Its Execution, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: German Cove, creator unknown,



Sheet Music: Roxiana Dooley, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The More Runs the Less Speed, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Junketings---How Uncle Sam's Commissioners Travel at the Country's Expense, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Percy's Wit Won a Wealthy Bride, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Scheme That Failed, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: It Wasn't Gallantry, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: His Vocation, creator unknown,





One-shot: Lore's Vow---A Tragedy, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Couldn't Fool Him, creator unknown,





One-shot: Canine Instinct at Coney Island, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: All That Glitters Is Not Gold, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Fat Man and the Big Sunday Paper, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Funny Story and How It Ended, creator unknown,





One-shot: Heavy Reading, Greening,





Panel cartoon: No Room For Doubt, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: On the Klondyke Trail, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Plot and Its Execution, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: German Cove, creator unknown,





Sheet Music: Roxiana Dooley, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The More Runs the Less Speed, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-5-1
New York Journal, September 5, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Help! Help! They Want to Pass a Law Compelling Every Man Over 21 to Marry, Horace Taylor,



One-shot: The Story of the Summer Boarder In Three Chapters, creator unknown,



One-shot: Oh, Those Steel Rod Umbrellas, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



One-shot: This, Gentle Reader, Is No Joke, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: She Was His Best, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: The Wurst Man In Existance, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Brilliant Dog, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Toast, creator unknown,



One-shot: Unraveling a Mystery; or, the Pug and the Worsted Skirt, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: How the Other Half See It, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Misnomer, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Lady and the Mouse, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Got Even with the Pup, Greening,



One-shot: The Hawaii Bowling Club's Champion Makes a Ten Strike, Thomas worth,



One-shot: The Passing of a Poet; or, the Indifference of Greatness, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Different Prices, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Vanquished, Ed Eks,



One-shot: An Adventure in the Alps, creator unknown,



One-shot: They Wanted a New Sensation and Got It, creator unknown,



One-shot: Deacon Jones Learns Something New, signed "L.M.G.",



Panel cartoon: A Social Item, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: His Yearn, creator unknown,



Sheet Music: Dear Old Coney Island, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: The Screen That Broke; or, the Vitascope That Didn't Work, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: Help! Help! They Want to Pass a Law Compelling Every Man Over 21 to Marry, Horace Taylor,





One-shot: The Story of the Summer Boarder In Three Chapters, creator unknown,





One-shot: Oh, Those Steel Rod Umbrellas, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





One-shot: This, Gentle Reader, Is No Joke, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: She Was His Best, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: The Wurst Man In Existance, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Brilliant Dog, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Toast, creator unknown,





One-shot: Unraveling a Mystery; or, the Pug and the Worsted Skirt, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: How the Other Half See It, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Misnomer, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Lady and the Mouse, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Got Even with the Pup, Greening,





One-shot: The Hawaii Bowling Club's Champion Makes a Ten Strike, Thomas worth,





One-shot: The Passing of a Poet; or, the Indifference of Greatness, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Different Prices, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Vanquished, Ed Eks,





One-shot: An Adventure in the Alps, creator unknown,





One-shot: They Wanted a New Sensation and Got It, creator unknown,





One-shot: Deacon Jones Learns Something New, signed "L.M.G.",





Panel cartoon: A Social Item, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: His Yearn, creator unknown,





Sheet Music: Dear Old Coney Island, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Screen That Broke; or, the Vitascope That Didn't Work, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS60-5-2
New York Journal, September 12, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: This Was Jubilee Year For the Mosquitoes, and They Ought To Celebrate, Horace Taylor,



One-shot: The Remarkable Statue of the Soldier and the Sailor, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Latest, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Unexpected Interruption, Greening,



Panel cartoon: His Preference, creator unknown,



One-shot: Burglar Proof, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Times Have Changed, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Giraffe Didn't Know, Poor Thing, creator unknown,



Illustration: The White Slave of Oomtidadah, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Involuntary See-Saw, Greening,



Panel cartoon: The Sign Lied, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Behaved Themselves, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Hawaii Cycle Club Starts on a Century Run, But Doesn't Get There, Thomas Worth,



Panel cartoon: A Serious Question, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Brilliant Scheme, Greening,



Panel cartoon: It's Attraction, creator unknown,



One-shot: Evolution From Tramp To Dog, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: Mr. Phat Wait and His First Punching Bag, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Why Go To Klondyke? Isn't New York Lively Enough?, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,



Sheet Music: She's Been a Mother To Me, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: This Was Jubilee Year For the Mosquitoes, and They Ought To Celebrate, Horace Taylor,





One-shot: The Remarkable Statue of the Soldier and the Sailor, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Latest, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Unexpected Interruption, Greening,





Panel cartoon: His Preference, creator unknown,





One-shot: Burglar Proof, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Times Have Changed, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Giraffe Didn't Know, Poor Thing, creator unknown,





Illustration: The White Slave of Oomtidadah, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Involuntary See-Saw, Greening,





Panel cartoon: The Sign Lied, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Behaved Themselves, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Hawaii Cycle Club Starts on a Century Run, But Doesn't Get There, Thomas Worth,





Panel cartoon: A Serious Question, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Brilliant Scheme, Greening,





Panel cartoon: It's Attraction, creator unknown,





One-shot: Evolution From Tramp To Dog, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: Mr. Phat Wait and His First Punching Bag, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Why Go To Klondyke? Isn't New York Lively Enough?, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,





Sheet Music: She's Been a Mother To Me, Fred Brisley,




Box SFS60-5-3
New York Journal, September 19, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Travels of King Oidunno, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: How Jimpson Enjoyed the Funny Story, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Lovers and the Lion, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Punished Cad, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Hooray For Klondyke!, creator unknown,



One-shot: The New Woman in the Klondyke, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Hard Luck, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: A Parting Shot, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Youthful Enterprise, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: One Who Will Not Go Klondyking, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Farmer Crab Made Profit Out of Delay, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: They Seemed to Fit, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Lariat Luke Escaped From the Cop, creator unknown,



One-shot: Should Have Tested His Fist, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Had Them Worse Than Laocoon, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Triumph of Tired Tatters; or, Saved By a Catapult, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: His Office Not Recognized, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Didn't Want the Contract, Greening,



Panel cartoon: One On the Dude, Greening,



One-shot: How They're Done, creator unknown,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, signed L.M.G.,



Sheet Music: Sweet Nola Shannon, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: The Travels of King Oidunno, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: How Jimpson Enjoyed the Funny Story, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Lovers and the Lion, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Punished Cad, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Hooray For Klondyke!, creator unknown,





One-shot: The New Woman in the Klondyke, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Hard Luck, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: A Parting Shot, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Youthful Enterprise, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: One Who Will Not Go Klondyking, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Farmer Crab Made Profit Out of Delay, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: They Seemed to Fit, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Lariat Luke Escaped From the Cop, creator unknown,





One-shot: Should Have Tested His Fist, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Had Them Worse Than Laocoon, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Triumph of Tired Tatters; or, Saved By a Catapult, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: His Office Not Recognized, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Didn't Want the Contract, Greening,





Panel cartoon: One On the Dude, Greening,





One-shot: How They're Done, creator unknown,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, signed L.M.G.,





Sheet Music: Sweet Nola Shannon, Fred Brisley,




Box SFS60-5-4
New York Journal, September 26, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Picture Guessing Craze---What's the Matter With This?, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: It Puzzled Penn, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),



Panel cartoon: Regret, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Reasons For Keeping Quiet, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Design For a Child's Bib, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Beethoven Dauber Lost a Patron, Greening,



One-shot: The Hawaii Club's President Gives a Horseless Carriage Party, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: And Still His Whiskers Grew, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Innocent, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: How the Cat Saved the Train, Greening,



Panel cartoon: His Benefactor, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Beautiful and Pathetic Bunco Tale, W.G. Spencer,



One-shot: The Tinkle Brothers and the Horseless Carriage, Greening,



Sheet Music: Imagination, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---Mr. Binks Makes Some Old-Fashioned Pull Candy For the Children, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Scheme That Grew, Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Catastrophe, creator unknown,



One-shot: Didn't Believe It, Greening,



One-shot: A Painful Job, creator unknown,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, L.M.G.,





One-shot: The Picture Guessing Craze---What's the Matter With This?, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: It Puzzled Penn, signed F.A.N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell),





Panel cartoon: Regret, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Reasons For Keeping Quiet, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Design For a Child's Bib, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Beethoven Dauber Lost a Patron, Greening,





One-shot: The Hawaii Club's President Gives a Horseless Carriage Party, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: And Still His Whiskers Grew, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Innocent, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: How the Cat Saved the Train, Greening,





Panel cartoon: His Benefactor, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Beautiful and Pathetic Bunco Tale, W.G. Spencer,





One-shot: The Tinkle Brothers and the Horseless Carriage, Greening,





Sheet Music: Imagination, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---Mr. Binks Makes Some Old-Fashioned Pull Candy For the Children, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Scheme That Grew, Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Catastrophe, creator unknown,





One-shot: Didn't Believe It, Greening,





One-shot: A Painful Job, creator unknown,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, L.M.G.,




Box SFS1-1-2
New York Journal Comic Supplement, October 3, 1897 ,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


Comic jam by several staff cartoonists, to mark the end of the first year of the New York Journal Comic Supplement: This is No. 50 of the Great American Humorist, and We're Taking a Day Off,various artists,



One-shot: The Near-Sighted Merchant and the Ruse of the Wily Collector,creator unknown,



One-shot: Sarcasm on the Plains,creator unknown,



One-shot: Chicagoese,creator unknown,



One-shot: Resentment,creator unknown,



One-shot: Tempus Fugit; Or, the Farmer Who Had Faith in Human Nature,Harry Cornell Greening,



One-shot: Ho! The Merry Hobo, Work? Nit!,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Tangled Key Chain,creator unknown,



One-shot: Two Souls with but a Single Thought; Two Hearts that Beat as One,creator unknown,



Seven separate panel and sequential cartoons by Harry Cornell Greening,



One-shot: How Jones Suddenly Became a Millionare,creator unknown,





Comic jam by several staff cartoonists, to mark the end of the first year of the New York Journal Comic Supplement: This is No. 50 of the Great American Humorist, and We're Taking a Day Off,various artists,





One-shot: The Near-Sighted Merchant and the Ruse of the Wily Collector,creator unknown,





One-shot: Sarcasm on the Plains,creator unknown,





One-shot: Chicagoese,creator unknown,





One-shot: Resentment,creator unknown,





One-shot: Tempus Fugit; Or, the Farmer Who Had Faith in Human Nature,Harry Cornell Greening,





One-shot: Ho! The Merry Hobo, Work? Nit!,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Tangled Key Chain,creator unknown,





One-shot: Two Souls with but a Single Thought; Two Hearts that Beat as One,creator unknown,





Seven separate panel and sequential cartoons by Harry Cornell Greening,





One-shot: How Jones Suddenly Became a Millionare,creator unknown,




Box SFS60-6-1
New York Journal, October 3, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: Ho! The Merry Hobo Work? Nit!, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Wisdom Vs. Instinct; or, How Raggles Got the Pie, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Willing to Work, creator unknown,



One-shot: Too Much For Mooley, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Tramp and the Barbed Wire Fence, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Got It In the Neck, Greening,



One-shot: He Came Down, Signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



One-shot: The Tangled Key Chain, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Running the Gauntlet, H.B. Eddy,



Panel cartoon: Celebrating, creator unknown,



One-shot: Two Souls With But a Single Thought; Two Hearts That Beat As One, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Not His Fault, Greening,



One-shot: The Scheme That Did Not Fail, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Wonders of the Metropolis, Greening,



One-shot: The Animated Portrait, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Something to Blow About, Greening,



One-shot: Tough On Dr. Mixem, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Three-Horned Dilema, Greening,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,



One-shot: How Jones Suddenly Became a Millionaire, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Ho! The Merry Hobo Work? Nit!, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Wisdom Vs. Instinct; or, How Raggles Got the Pie, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Willing to Work, creator unknown,





One-shot: Too Much For Mooley, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Tramp and the Barbed Wire Fence, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How the Tinkle Brothers Got It In the Neck, Greening,





One-shot: He Came Down, Signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





One-shot: The Tangled Key Chain, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Running the Gauntlet, H.B. Eddy,





Panel cartoon: Celebrating, creator unknown,





One-shot: Two Souls With But a Single Thought; Two Hearts That Beat As One, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Not His Fault, Greening,





One-shot: The Scheme That Did Not Fail, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Wonders of the Metropolis, Greening,





One-shot: The Animated Portrait, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Something to Blow About, Greening,





One-shot: Tough On Dr. Mixem, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Three-Horned Dilema, Greening,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,





One-shot: How Jones Suddenly Became a Millionaire, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-6-2
New York Journal, October 10, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Prediction of the Author of "The Triumph of Death," Which Anthony Suppressed, Horace Taylor,



One-shot: The Dago, the Monkey and the Cable Slot, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Poet's Soliloquy, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Friend in Need, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: Picking a Tune, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Philosophic View, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: He Heard At Last, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Things Not Always What They Seem, Greening,



One-shot: The Napoleon of the Chicken Coops, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Ruling Passion, JRF,



One-shot: Tough On the Bee, Greening,



One-shot: The Patent Automatic Folding Bed; or, How the Professor Unintentionally Captured a Burglar, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: How the Never Wearies Got Tired, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: Lost In the Alps, Greening,



One-shot: Insult to Injury, creator unknown,



One-shot: No Laughing Matter, Aylesworth,



One-shot: Looking For Trouble, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---The New Waiter Opening His First Bottle of Fizz, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Real Story of St. George and the Dragon, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: A Prediction of the Author of "The Triumph of Death," Which Anthony Suppressed, Horace Taylor,





One-shot: The Dago, the Monkey and the Cable Slot, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Poet's Soliloquy, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Friend in Need, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: Picking a Tune, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Philosophic View, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: He Heard At Last, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Things Not Always What They Seem, Greening,





One-shot: The Napoleon of the Chicken Coops, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Ruling Passion, JRF,





One-shot: Tough On the Bee, Greening,





One-shot: The Patent Automatic Folding Bed; or, How the Professor Unintentionally Captured a Burglar, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: How the Never Wearies Got Tired, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: Lost In the Alps, Greening,





One-shot: Insult to Injury, creator unknown,





One-shot: No Laughing Matter, Aylesworth,





One-shot: Looking For Trouble, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---The New Waiter Opening His First Bottle of Fizz, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Real Story of St. George and the Dragon, Hy Mayer,




Box SFS60-6-3
New York Journal, October 17, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: How To Walk New York Streets In Safety---The Problem Solved, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Tough Kid's Triumph, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Off On a Whaling Trip, Greening,



One-shot: A New Specimen; or, How Professor Crawler Discovered A New Specimen of Firefly---Nit, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Square Deal Ferry Company, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: The Village Blacksmith, creator unknown,



Fashion Illustration: Novel Trimming For Fall Dresses, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Farmer, the Phonograph, the Mouse and the Trouble, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: At the Bierstube, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: A Wedding in Catland, Louis Wain,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,



Panel cartoon: One of Nature's Noblemen, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



Panel cartoon: He Did, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),



Panel cartoon: The Height of Education, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: Nerve, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Colony of Tumors, creator unknown,



One-shot: High Chinks---Assorted Cartoons, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Half-Mooners Go Bear Hunting, signed Ens,





Cartoon Editorial: How To Walk New York Streets In Safety---The Problem Solved, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Tough Kid's Triumph, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Off On a Whaling Trip, Greening,





One-shot: A New Specimen; or, How Professor Crawler Discovered A New Specimen of Firefly---Nit, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Square Deal Ferry Company, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: The Village Blacksmith, creator unknown,





Fashion Illustration: Novel Trimming For Fall Dresses, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Farmer, the Phonograph, the Mouse and the Trouble, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: At the Bierstube, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: A Wedding in Catland, Louis Wain,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,





Panel cartoon: One of Nature's Noblemen, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





Panel cartoon: He Did, signed F.B.A. (possibly F.B. Aylesworth),





Panel cartoon: The Height of Education, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: Nerve, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Colony of Tumors, creator unknown,





One-shot: High Chinks---Assorted Cartoons, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Half-Mooners Go Bear Hunting, signed Ens,




Box SFS60-6-4
New York Journal, October 24, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: The Journal's Suggestion to Greater New York, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Baby's First Tooth, Frank Verbeck,



Panel cartoon: Untitled, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Kyoodles, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Bad Boys Got the Best of the Bad Dog, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Popular Song, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Noble Kyoodle, Greening,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Pup and the Sticky Fly Paper, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: The Tabby Social Club Gives a Roof Party, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Half-Mooners Go Fishing, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Juvenile Club Holds a Debate, E.W. Kemple,



One-shot: How the Monkeys Got Hurt, Greening,



Panel cartoon: The Last of His Race, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: He Knew, "S",



Panel cartoon: Don't Wish To Be Personal, F.B. Aylesworth,



One-shot: A Painful Rest, creator unknown,



One-shot: Rebecca At the Well, Greening,



One-shot: How Could You Get Out of It Alive?, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Letter That Came Too Late---A Tale That Needs No Words, Aylesworth,



One-shot: The Mischievous Boys and the Mastodon, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Journal's Suggestion to Greater New York, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Baby's First Tooth, Frank Verbeck,





Panel cartoon: Untitled, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Kyoodles, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Bad Boys Got the Best of the Bad Dog, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Popular Song, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Noble Kyoodle, Greening,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Pup and the Sticky Fly Paper, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Tabby Social Club Gives a Roof Party, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Half-Mooners Go Fishing, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Juvenile Club Holds a Debate, E.W. Kemple,





One-shot: How the Monkeys Got Hurt, Greening,





Panel cartoon: The Last of His Race, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: He Knew, "S",





Panel cartoon: Don't Wish To Be Personal, F.B. Aylesworth,





One-shot: A Painful Rest, creator unknown,





One-shot: Rebecca At the Well, Greening,





One-shot: How Could You Get Out of It Alive?, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Letter That Came Too Late---A Tale That Needs No Words, Aylesworth,





One-shot: The Mischievous Boys and the Mastodon, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS60-6-5
New York Journal, October 31, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: If Women Could Vote---How Their Sympathies Would Be Placed, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Had Experience, C. Kleinschmitt,



One-shot: Oh These Wicked Kids, Greening,



One-shot: What's Sauce For the Goose Is Not Always Sauce For the Gander, Carl .T Anderson,



One-shot: A Slight Misunderstanding, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Cause For Unhappiness, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Little Coons In Polotics, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How Mr. H Rube Ate His First Plate of Spaghetti, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Taking the Whole Business, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Strong Suspicion, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Ghost Story, Greening,



One-shot: Where the Camera Proved Useful, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Humble, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Naughty Kid and His Sister's Pug, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Chinaware, an Oriental Pot Pourri, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Sphinx and the Drummer---An Oriental Pipe Dream, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: Scene in the Dressing Room of Herr Mayer's Dachshund Circus, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Jungle Jinks, creator unknown,



One-shot: Their Answer, Greening,



One-shot: A Relish, Greening,



One-shot: An African Daisy, creator unknown,



One-shot: Something to Boot, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Tiger's Narrow Escape, McAuley,



One-shot: "Mad Dog!"---Of Course the Dog Isn't Mad, but the Cats Are---Awfully, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Yellow Kid Loses Some of His Yellow, R.F. Outcault,





Cartoon Editorial: If Women Could Vote---How Their Sympathies Would Be Placed, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Had Experience, C. Kleinschmitt,





One-shot: Oh These Wicked Kids, Greening,





One-shot: What's Sauce For the Goose Is Not Always Sauce For the Gander, Carl .T Anderson,





One-shot: A Slight Misunderstanding, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Cause For Unhappiness, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Little Coons In Polotics, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How Mr. H Rube Ate His First Plate of Spaghetti, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Taking the Whole Business, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Strong Suspicion, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Ghost Story, Greening,





One-shot: Where the Camera Proved Useful, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Humble, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Naughty Kid and His Sister's Pug, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Chinaware, an Oriental Pot Pourri, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Sphinx and the Drummer---An Oriental Pipe Dream, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: Scene in the Dressing Room of Herr Mayer's Dachshund Circus, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Jungle Jinks, creator unknown,





One-shot: Their Answer, Greening,





One-shot: A Relish, Greening,





One-shot: An African Daisy, creator unknown,





One-shot: Something to Boot, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Tiger's Narrow Escape, McAuley,





One-shot: "Mad Dog!"---Of Course the Dog Isn't Mad, but the Cats Are---Awfully, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Yellow Kid Loses Some of His Yellow, R.F. Outcault,




Box SFS60-7-1
New York Journal, November 7, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: What the Outcry Against the Bacchante Bronze Statue May Lead To, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: True Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Got There, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Dancing Bear's Escape, Bodfish,



Panel cartoon: A Golf Term, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Light Subject, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Opening of the Thompson Street Mule Show---Society Comes Out in Force, E.W. Kimble,



One-shot: Curiosity Satisfied, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Nonsense, H.B. Eddy,



Panel cartoon: Helpless, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: An Optical Delusion, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: The Cup, the Thief and the Cable Slot, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Nothing Out of the Ordinary, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Hawaii Club's Coaching Trip, Thomas Worth,



Panel cartoon: Needed a Fortifier, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: The Tabby Society Club Gave a Concert, But---Alas! A Jealous Rival Club Broke It Up, Louis Wain,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,



One-shot: Kids, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Mean Trick, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: Puzzle, Greening,



One-shot: Missed Her Vacation, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Class In Geography, L.M.C.,





Cartoon Editorial: What the Outcry Against the Bacchante Bronze Statue May Lead To, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: True Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Got There, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Dancing Bear's Escape, Bodfish,





Panel cartoon: A Golf Term, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Light Subject, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Opening of the Thompson Street Mule Show---Society Comes Out in Force, E.W. Kimble,





One-shot: Curiosity Satisfied, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Nonsense, H.B. Eddy,





Panel cartoon: Helpless, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: An Optical Delusion, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Cup, the Thief and the Cable Slot, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Nothing Out of the Ordinary, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Hawaii Club's Coaching Trip, Thomas Worth,





Panel cartoon: Needed a Fortifier, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: The Tabby Society Club Gave a Concert, But---Alas! A Jealous Rival Club Broke It Up, Louis Wain,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,





One-shot: Kids, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Mean Trick, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: Puzzle, Greening,





One-shot: Missed Her Vacation, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Class In Geography, L.M.C.,




Box SFS60-7-2
New York Journal, November 14, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Noises of the Night---Dedicated to Dwellers in Flats, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: His Favorite, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Take His Choice, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: The Rhinoceros Family At Home, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: The Gallant Suitor and the Spinning Wheel, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How the Smart Bear Was Fooled, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How the Fiji Kid Caught the Chicken---Nit, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Good Shot, creator unknown,



One-shot: Things Not Always What They Seem, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: A Lecture On Liberty, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: A Dangerous Sign, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Hawaii Club's Costume Ball, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: The Dwarf and the German Beer Mug, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Mistaken Missionary, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Monkeys Made a Touchdown, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Cops, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Military Term, Greening,



One-shot: The Cop Was Mistaken, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Devotion To Duty, Greening,



One-shot: It's An Ill Wind Etc., Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Hollow Mockery, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Tabbies Go A-Fishing, Louis Wain,





One-shot: Noises of the Night---Dedicated to Dwellers in Flats, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: His Favorite, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Take His Choice, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: The Rhinoceros Family At Home, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Gallant Suitor and the Spinning Wheel, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How the Smart Bear Was Fooled, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How the Fiji Kid Caught the Chicken---Nit, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Good Shot, creator unknown,





One-shot: Things Not Always What They Seem, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: A Lecture On Liberty, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: A Dangerous Sign, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Hawaii Club's Costume Ball, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: The Dwarf and the German Beer Mug, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Mistaken Missionary, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Monkeys Made a Touchdown, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Cops, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Military Term, Greening,





One-shot: The Cop Was Mistaken, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Devotion To Duty, Greening,





One-shot: It's An Ill Wind Etc., Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Hollow Mockery, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Tabbies Go A-Fishing, Louis Wain,




Box SFS60-7-3
New York Journal, November 21, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: As Others See Us, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Funny Sight the Cop Saw, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Youthful Jinks, creator unknown,



One-shot: A High Ball; or, the Golf Player and the Whiskey Flask, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Giving Him a Chance, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Punctured, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: How Lariat Tommy Recovered His Hat, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Organ Grinder and da Monk---A Curious Dream, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Cabalistic, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: An Illustrated Phrase, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Dead Heat, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: Why the Dramatic Society Did Not Give the Thrilling Drama "Captain John Smith", Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The True Story of How David Slugged Goliath, Horace Taylor,



Panel cartoon: The Dentist In the Jungle, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: Turks, creator unknown,



One-shot: Things To Be Thankful For, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Marvel, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: A Stuffed Kid's Nightmare, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: A Great Dinner On Thanksgiving Day, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---The Head Of the Family Carving the Turkey, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,





One-shot: As Others See Us, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Funny Sight the Cop Saw, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Youthful Jinks, creator unknown,





One-shot: A High Ball; or, the Golf Player and the Whiskey Flask, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Giving Him a Chance, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Punctured, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: How Lariat Tommy Recovered His Hat, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Organ Grinder and da Monk---A Curious Dream, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Cabalistic, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: An Illustrated Phrase, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Dead Heat, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: Why the Dramatic Society Did Not Give the Thrilling Drama "Captain John Smith", Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The True Story of How David Slugged Goliath, Horace Taylor,





Panel cartoon: The Dentist In the Jungle, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: Turks, creator unknown,





One-shot: Things To Be Thankful For, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Marvel, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: A Stuffed Kid's Nightmare, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: A Great Dinner On Thanksgiving Day, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope---The Head Of the Family Carving the Turkey, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,




Box SFS60-7-4
New York Journal, November 28, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Latest Fashions in Women's Hats---And Some Suggestions for Next Year, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Why Sir Walter Was So Polite---A Side Light on the Famous Cloak Episode, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: High Jinks in the Jungle, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Deceived, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Evidence, signed "Andy" (Carl T. Anderson),



One-shot: Boarders Wanted, creator unknown,



One-shot: Boarding House Beds, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Absent Minded Professor, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Dinner at Oomtibumpum's Boarding House On the Congo, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Boarding House Superstitions, creator unknown,



One-shot: Actors and their Favorite Acts---On the Stage and Off, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: In the Good Old Times, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Social Club's Annual Ball Was Broken Up, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Chick and the Turtle, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: It Was Too Easy, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Consolation, creator unknown,



One-shot: Retribution, creator unknown,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Dauber Painted the Red Owl Inn, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Almost a Tragedy, creator unknown,





One-shot: Latest Fashions in Women's Hats---And Some Suggestions for Next Year, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Why Sir Walter Was So Polite---A Side Light on the Famous Cloak Episode, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: High Jinks in the Jungle, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Deceived, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Evidence, signed "Andy" (Carl T. Anderson),





One-shot: Boarders Wanted, creator unknown,





One-shot: Boarding House Beds, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Absent Minded Professor, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Dinner at Oomtibumpum's Boarding House On the Congo, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Boarding House Superstitions, creator unknown,





One-shot: Actors and their Favorite Acts---On the Stage and Off, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: In the Good Old Times, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Social Club's Annual Ball Was Broken Up, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Journal Kinetoscope: The Chick and the Turtle, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: It Was Too Easy, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Consolation, creator unknown,





One-shot: Retribution, creator unknown,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Dauber Painted the Red Owl Inn, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Almost a Tragedy, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-1-1
New York Journal, December 5, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: The Pickaninny's Christmas Dream, E.W. Kemble,



Merry Christmas, creator unknown,



One-shot: Strange Effects of Christmas Presents On Those Who Receive Them, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: His Night To Call, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Santa Claus Travels, creator unknown,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, L.M.G,



One-shot: A Legend of the Rocky Mountains, creator unknown,



One-shot: How A Mediaeval Elopement Was Nipped in the Bud, creator unknown,



Illustration: The Game of the Day, creator unknown,



Illustration: When the Hired Gal Cleans Things Up, creator unknown,



Untitled, J.R.F.,



Cartoon Editorial: The New Yorker's Christmas Eve Nightmare, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Thoughtful, signed "Andy" (Carl T. Anderson),



One-shot: How Papa Caught the Burglar, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: A Reasonable Request, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: The Tabbies Go A-Skating, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Jealous Lover's Revenge or, Pummeled in the Pyramids, Horace Taylor,



Illustration: The Journal's Presses---Past, Present and Future, Gibbons,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How the Fiji Kid Tried to Fool the Chicken, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Infinitely Harder, Greening,



Panel cartoon: Game In Battalions, Marriner,



One-shot: On the Links, creator unknown,



One-shot: Their First Cigar, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: How They Might Reply, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How They Publish the Comic Supplement In the Jungle, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Pickaninny's Christmas Dream, E.W. Kemble,





Merry Christmas, creator unknown,





One-shot: Strange Effects of Christmas Presents On Those Who Receive Them, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: His Night To Call, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Santa Claus Travels, creator unknown,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, L.M.G,





One-shot: A Legend of the Rocky Mountains, creator unknown,





One-shot: How A Mediaeval Elopement Was Nipped in the Bud, creator unknown,





Illustration: The Game of the Day, creator unknown,





Illustration: When the Hired Gal Cleans Things Up, creator unknown,





Untitled, J.R.F.,





Cartoon Editorial: The New Yorker's Christmas Eve Nightmare, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Thoughtful, signed "Andy" (Carl T. Anderson),





One-shot: How Papa Caught the Burglar, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: A Reasonable Request, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Tabbies Go A-Skating, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Jealous Lover's Revenge or, Pummeled in the Pyramids, Horace Taylor,





Illustration: The Journal's Presses---Past, Present and Future, Gibbons,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: How the Fiji Kid Tried to Fool the Chicken, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Infinitely Harder, Greening,





Panel cartoon: Game In Battalions, Marriner,





One-shot: On the Links, creator unknown,





One-shot: Their First Cigar, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: How They Might Reply, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How They Publish the Comic Supplement In the Jungle, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-1-2
New York Journal, December 12, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: When the Woman Lawyer Reaches the Rural Districts!, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Darktown Sport in a Runaway, Thomas Worth,



Panel cartoon: And the Author Still Lives, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: Signs of the Times, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Coons Come to Grief, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Wonderful Reconstructed Fossil, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: What a Howdy-Do, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Slight Misunderstanding, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: Taking an Unwilling Pig to Market, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Freaks, creator unknown,



One-shot: Odds and Ends, Greening,



One-shot: A Hard Man To Get Along With, Greening,



One-shot: A Chappie Surprised, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Human Target Shrunk, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Centuar's Revenge; or, the Lad That Made a Donkey of Himself, Horace Taylor,





Cartoon Editorial: When the Woman Lawyer Reaches the Rural Districts!, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Darktown Sport in a Runaway, Thomas Worth,





Panel cartoon: And the Author Still Lives, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: Signs of the Times, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Coons Come to Grief, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Wonderful Reconstructed Fossil, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: What a Howdy-Do, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Slight Misunderstanding, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: Taking an Unwilling Pig to Market, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Freaks, creator unknown,





One-shot: Odds and Ends, Greening,





One-shot: A Hard Man To Get Along With, Greening,





One-shot: A Chappie Surprised, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Human Target Shrunk, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Centuar's Revenge; or, the Lad That Made a Donkey of Himself, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS61-1-3
New York Journal, December 19, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Startling Arrival of Santa Claus Samuel 'Rastus Johnsing, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Private Chumpinus Fell Into Disfavor With His Captain, Greening,



Panel cartoon: A True Lady, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Caught!, M. Glackens,



One-shot: The Ostrich, the Football and a Wonderful Brood, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Editorial: This Is the Age of Competition With a Vengeance!, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How the Juggler Amused His Crying Baby, Greening,



One-shot: The Cat That Was Not Kicked Twice, Louis Wain,



Panel cartoon: Jungle Life---The Department Store of Umthejigisup, creator unknown,



One-shot: Embarrassing, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Startling Arrival of Santa Claus Samuel 'Rastus Johnsing, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Private Chumpinus Fell Into Disfavor With His Captain, Greening,





Panel cartoon: A True Lady, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Caught!, M. Glackens,





One-shot: The Ostrich, the Football and a Wonderful Brood, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: This Is the Age of Competition With a Vengeance!, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How the Juggler Amused His Crying Baby, Greening,





One-shot: The Cat That Was Not Kicked Twice, Louis Wain,





Panel cartoon: Jungle Life---The Department Store of Umthejigisup, creator unknown,





One-shot: Embarrassing, Hy Mayer,




Box SFS1-1-3
New York Journal Comic Supplement, December 26, 1897 ,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: A Day With a Great Emperor--Who Can It Be?,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: Playing Papa,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Mightiness of Small Things,Louis Wain,



One-shot: A Modern Sir Walter Raleigh,T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Mr. Blinks Makes Some New Years Resolutions,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Tabbies Play Pranks in School Instead of Studying,Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Example Got Dry,creator unknown,



One-shot: force of Habit,Hy Mayer,



One-shot: Those Impudent Questions,Robert F. Outcault,



One-shot: His Jaglets and the Revolving Door,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Time Flew and the Dog Grew,creator unknown,



One-shot: Where It Rankled,T. S. Allen,



One-shot: The Darktown Sport as a Football Kicker,Thomas Worth,





One-shot: A Day With a Great Emperor--Who Can It Be?,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Playing Papa,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Mightiness of Small Things,Louis Wain,





One-shot: A Modern Sir Walter Raleigh,T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Mr. Blinks Makes Some New Years Resolutions,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Tabbies Play Pranks in School Instead of Studying,Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Example Got Dry,creator unknown,





One-shot: force of Habit,Hy Mayer,





One-shot: Those Impudent Questions,Robert F. Outcault,





One-shot: His Jaglets and the Revolving Door,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Time Flew and the Dog Grew,creator unknown,





One-shot: Where It Rankled,T. S. Allen,





One-shot: The Darktown Sport as a Football Kicker,Thomas Worth,




Box SFS61-1-4
New York Journal, December 26, 1897,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Day With a Great Emperor---Who Can It Be?, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Playing Papa, Fergeson,



One-shot: The Mightiness Of Small Things, Louis Wain,



One-shot: A Modern Sir Walter Raleigh, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: How the Coons Were Fooled, E.W. Kemble,



Panel cartoon: The Tabbies Play Pranks In School Instead Of Studying, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Example Got Dry, creator unknown,



One-shot: Force of Habit, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: Those Impudent Questions, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: His Jaglets and the Revolving Door, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Time Flew and the Dog Grew, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Where It Rankled, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Darktown Sport as a Football Kicker, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,





One-shot: A Day With a Great Emperor---Who Can It Be?, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Playing Papa, Fergeson,





One-shot: The Mightiness Of Small Things, Louis Wain,





One-shot: A Modern Sir Walter Raleigh, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: How the Coons Were Fooled, E.W. Kemble,





Panel cartoon: The Tabbies Play Pranks In School Instead Of Studying, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Example Got Dry, creator unknown,





One-shot: Force of Habit, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: Those Impudent Questions, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: His Jaglets and the Revolving Door, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Time Flew and the Dog Grew, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Where It Rankled, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Darktown Sport as a Football Kicker, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, LMG,




Box SFS61-2-1
New York Journal, January 2, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: 1897 (to 1898)---Think It's Fun, Do Ye? Do I Look As If I'd Had Fun?, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How Willie Niceboy Felt In His First Dress Suit, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Color Question, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Playing See-Saw In Darkest Africa, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Billboard Flirtation, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Fiji Kid, the Chick and the Funny Story, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: With the Coonville Machine, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How the Indians Uprose and then Subsided, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How the Minstrel Rescued the Maid, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Innocent Candor, Homer Davenport,



One-shot: The Complete Rout of the Diana Club---Showing How Jones Would Have His Little Joke, creator unknown,



One-shot: Truth Crushed to Earth May Rise Again, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Good Judge of Dogs, R.F. Outcault,



Illustration: Yo' Naughty Chile, creator unknown,



Illustration: High Life In Paris, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Great Bluffchucker Solo, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Tabby Glee Club In Their Famous Song "Come Birdie Come", Louis Wain,



One-shot: Signs of Snow, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,



One-shot: Mr. Moneybags and His Trained Dachshunds, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: A Skating Rink In Ancient Rome---From Newly Discovered Frieze, Horace Taylor,





Panel cartoon: 1897 (to 1898)---Think It's Fun, Do Ye? Do I Look As If I'd Had Fun?, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How Willie Niceboy Felt In His First Dress Suit, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Color Question, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Playing See-Saw In Darkest Africa, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Billboard Flirtation, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Fiji Kid, the Chick and the Funny Story, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: With the Coonville Machine, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How the Indians Uprose and then Subsided, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How the Minstrel Rescued the Maid, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Innocent Candor, Homer Davenport,





One-shot: The Complete Rout of the Diana Club---Showing How Jones Would Have His Little Joke, creator unknown,





One-shot: Truth Crushed to Earth May Rise Again, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Good Judge of Dogs, R.F. Outcault,





Illustration: Yo' Naughty Chile, creator unknown,





Illustration: High Life In Paris, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Great Bluffchucker Solo, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Tabby Glee Club In Their Famous Song "Come Birdie Come", Louis Wain,





One-shot: Signs of Snow, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: On the Sidewalks of New York, creator unknown,





One-shot: Mr. Moneybags and His Trained Dachshunds, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: A Skating Rink In Ancient Rome---From Newly Discovered Frieze, Horace Taylor,




Box SFS61-2-2
New York Journal, January 9, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Elevating Effect Of the Modern Murder Trial On the Average Jury, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Romping In the Rockies, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Keg Of Applejack That Went Astray---A Lesson In Intemperance, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: The Sceme That Worked; or, A Fair Exchange Is a Robbery Sometimes, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: In Tenderlionibus Romani (This Will Give You an Idea Why Rome Fell), Horace Taylor,



One-shot: Circumstances Alter Cases, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: A Grammatical Quandary, creator unknown,



Cartoon Editorial: Familiar Sights Of a Great City---No. 1 The Cop Is Coming!, Walt McDougall,



Illustration: The Li Hung Chang Dialogues, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: When the Ball Is Up At Birdville, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: Showing Why Mr. Fattumick Did Not Come Home For a Week, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Making an Arrest In the Middle Ages, Greening,



Illustrated Poem: The Moulting Season, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Wanted To Make Sure, R.F. Outcault,



One-shot: The Inquisitive Chicken and the Incubator, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss, but It's Different With a Dog, Greening,



One-shot: Osculatory, Fred K. Brisley,



One-shot: A Dangerous Situation, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: The Coons Take a Hand In Midwinter Golf, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Elevating Effect Of the Modern Murder Trial On the Average Jury, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Romping In the Rockies, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Keg Of Applejack That Went Astray---A Lesson In Intemperance, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: The Sceme That Worked; or, A Fair Exchange Is a Robbery Sometimes, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: In Tenderlionibus Romani (This Will Give You an Idea Why Rome Fell), Horace Taylor,





One-shot: Circumstances Alter Cases, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: A Grammatical Quandary, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: Familiar Sights Of a Great City---No. 1 The Cop Is Coming!, Walt McDougall,





Illustration: The Li Hung Chang Dialogues, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: When the Ball Is Up At Birdville, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: Showing Why Mr. Fattumick Did Not Come Home For a Week, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Making an Arrest In the Middle Ages, Greening,





Illustrated Poem: The Moulting Season, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Wanted To Make Sure, R.F. Outcault,





One-shot: The Inquisitive Chicken and the Incubator, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss, but It's Different With a Dog, Greening,





One-shot: Osculatory, Fred K. Brisley,





One-shot: A Dangerous Situation, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Coons Take a Hand In Midwinter Golf, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS61-2-3
New York Journal, January 16, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Wouldn't a Training School for Cops Be a Splendid Idea?, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Eliciting Sympathy, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Making Things Even, Fred Brisley,



One-shot: Curiosity Well Satisfied, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustration: Remembrance, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Had Immediate Use For It, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Noble Profession, R.F. Outcault,



Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Unexpected Growth, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Bacchus, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Formation of Words, creator unknown,



One-shot: Celebrating the 398th Anniversary of the Invention of the Washboard, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Spinster's Waterloo, Greening,



One-shot: The Course of True Love, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: A Tale With a Moral, creator unknown,



One-shot: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,





Cartoon Editorial: Wouldn't a Training School for Cops Be a Splendid Idea?, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Eliciting Sympathy, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Making Things Even, Fred Brisley,





One-shot: Curiosity Well Satisfied, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustration: Remembrance, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Had Immediate Use For It, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Noble Profession, R.F. Outcault,





Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Unexpected Growth, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Bacchus, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Formation of Words, creator unknown,





One-shot: Celebrating the 398th Anniversary of the Invention of the Washboard, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Spinster's Waterloo, Greening,





One-shot: The Course of True Love, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: A Tale With a Moral, creator unknown,





One-shot: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,




Box SFS61-2-4
New York Journal, January 23, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: What We May Expect If Government By Injunction Continues, Walt McDougall,



Illustrated Poem: Mamma Was On, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Not a Connoisseur, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Circumstances Alter Cases, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Ancient Art In Relief, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Tower of Babel, Greening,



One-shot: An Incident of Life In Old Rome, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Chump That Went A-Wooing, signed H.T. (possibly H.F. Thode),



Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Uncle Si and the April Fool Joke, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Week In the Lovejoy Flats, Rudolph Dirks,



Illustration: Seattle, A. Burr,



One-shot: The Trolley Road Through the Jungle, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: A Week In the Lovejoy Flats, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: What We May Expect If Government By Injunction Continues, Walt McDougall,





Illustrated Poem: Mamma Was On, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Not a Connoisseur, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Circumstances Alter Cases, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Ancient Art In Relief, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Tower of Babel, Greening,





One-shot: An Incident of Life In Old Rome, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Chump That Went A-Wooing, signed H.T. (possibly H.F. Thode),





Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Uncle Si and the April Fool Joke, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Week In the Lovejoy Flats, Rudolph Dirks,





Illustration: Seattle, A. Burr,





One-shot: The Trolley Road Through the Jungle, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: A Week In the Lovejoy Flats, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-2-5
New York Journal, January 30, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The CHinese Situation Gathered From Five Successive Day's Telegraphic News, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Misplaced Poster and the Boys, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Tempting Opportunity, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Anthony and Cleopatra, signed H.S.,



Panel cartoon: Calm and Collected, creator unknown,



One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Fencing Lesson, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: The Photographer Visits the Jungle Folk, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: His Talent Saved Him, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: He Didn't Mean Anything By It, Fred Brisley,



Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Cheering Up the Invalid---A Drama of Real Life, Walt McDougall,



Illustration: Unnatural History Lessons For Young People and Prize Fighters, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Clothesline Signal Service, creator unknown,



One-shot: Mrs. De Jones's New Mirror---And Its Remarkable Effect, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: A Fair Exchange No Robbery, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: The Colored Sup, Editor and the Artist, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: The Outraged Subscriber and the Editor, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: As It Goes, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: Ringing Up, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Hard Lot of the Literature, R.F. Outcault,



Panel cartoon: Never Got So Low As That, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: After the Hunt, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Unfortunate Copper and the Kids, Rudolph Dirks,





Cartoon Editorial: The CHinese Situation Gathered From Five Successive Day's Telegraphic News, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Misplaced Poster and the Boys, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Tempting Opportunity, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Anthony and Cleopatra, signed H.S.,





Panel cartoon: Calm and Collected, creator unknown,





One-shot: Journal Kinetoscope: The Fencing Lesson, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: The Photographer Visits the Jungle Folk, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: His Talent Saved Him, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: He Didn't Mean Anything By It, Fred Brisley,





Illustration: Around the World In Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Cheering Up the Invalid---A Drama of Real Life, Walt McDougall,





Illustration: Unnatural History Lessons For Young People and Prize Fighters, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Clothesline Signal Service, creator unknown,





One-shot: Mrs. De Jones's New Mirror---And Its Remarkable Effect, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: A Fair Exchange No Robbery, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: The Colored Sup, Editor and the Artist, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: The Outraged Subscriber and the Editor, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: As It Goes, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: Ringing Up, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Hard Lot of the Literature, R.F. Outcault,





Panel cartoon: Never Got So Low As That, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: After the Hunt, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Unfortunate Copper and the Kids, Rudolph Dirks,




Box SFS61-3-1
New York Journal, February 6, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Night Scene in Chicago According to News Reports, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Cholly's Ruse That Fooled Fido, creator unknown,



One-shot: Sir Walter Up-To-Date, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: His Wasted Kindness, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: He Had a Pull, T.S. Allen,



Illustration: Natural History Lessons For Young People and Prize FIghters, creator unknown,



Illustration: The Case of Sog Johnson, Fenderson,



One-shot: The Champion Smoker and the Startling Feat, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Curiosities of the Jungle, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Uses of Art, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: The Only Obstacle, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Presuming On Generosity, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: The Magnet That Drew Them, Peake,



Illustration: Around the World in Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How the Newark Bowling Club Visited the Paterson Bowlers, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Very Unpopular Fashion, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How They Utilized the Kicking Gun, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Elopement Amenities, Maguinis,



One-shot: The Vigilanties' Little Mistake, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: Night Scene in Chicago According to News Reports, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Cholly's Ruse That Fooled Fido, creator unknown,





One-shot: Sir Walter Up-To-Date, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: His Wasted Kindness, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: He Had a Pull, T.S. Allen,





Illustration: Natural History Lessons For Young People and Prize FIghters, creator unknown,





Illustration: The Case of Sog Johnson, Fenderson,





One-shot: The Champion Smoker and the Startling Feat, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Curiosities of the Jungle, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Uses of Art, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: The Only Obstacle, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Presuming On Generosity, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: The Magnet That Drew Them, Peake,





Illustration: Around the World in Thirty Days, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How the Newark Bowling Club Visited the Paterson Bowlers, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Very Unpopular Fashion, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How They Utilized the Kicking Gun, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Elopement Amenities, Maguinis,





One-shot: The Vigilanties' Little Mistake, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS61-3-2
New York Journal, February 13, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Battle As Eric and Edgar Understood Grandpa's Description, Walter McDougall,



One-shot: The Absent Minded Man and the Sticky Asphalt, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: The Foolish Parrot, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Celestial Complication, M.A. Strauss,



One-shot: Greater New York's Valentines, creator unknown,



One-shot: Some Specimens of Ancient Roman Art Lately Exhumed, creator unknown,



One-shot: Misfortunes Come Not Singly, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How Papa Spoiled the Elopement, creator unknown,



One-shot: His Courtesy Fully Appreciated, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Young Lawyers Maiden Case, Fenderson,



One-shot: The Bear and the Kangeroo, Frank Verbeck,



Panel cartoon: The Light That Failed, creator unknown,



One-shot: Remarkable Result of Wheeling In the Snow, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Kind Friend and the Fool Copper, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: A Few Prison Notes, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: He Sympathized, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Good Deed of the Holy Friar, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Real and the Ideal, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Battle As Eric and Edgar Understood Grandpa's Description, Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The Absent Minded Man and the Sticky Asphalt, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: The Foolish Parrot, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Celestial Complication, M.A. Strauss,





One-shot: Greater New York's Valentines, creator unknown,





One-shot: Some Specimens of Ancient Roman Art Lately Exhumed, creator unknown,





One-shot: Misfortunes Come Not Singly, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How Papa Spoiled the Elopement, creator unknown,





One-shot: His Courtesy Fully Appreciated, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Young Lawyers Maiden Case, Fenderson,





One-shot: The Bear and the Kangeroo, Frank Verbeck,





Panel cartoon: The Light That Failed, creator unknown,





One-shot: Remarkable Result of Wheeling In the Snow, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Kind Friend and the Fool Copper, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: A Few Prison Notes, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: He Sympathized, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Good Deed of the Holy Friar, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Real and the Ideal, Carl T. Anderson,




Box SFS1-1-4
New York Journal Comic Supplement, February 20, 1898,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: G. Washington Esq.--Some of His Fine Points,T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Some Places in New Jersey that G. Washington Stopped at During His Busy Life,Harry Cornell Greening,



One-shot: A Life on the Ocean Wave,Louis Wain,



One-shot: How Papa First Saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa,McGuire,



One-shot: The Photographer Pressed the Maiden's Lips--and the Button,creator unknown,



One-shot: Master Keg and His Victim,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Flying Cat,creator unknown,



One-shot: How Shorty Kept Dry,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: First, the Anti-Cartoon Bill. Then, Perhaps This!,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: A Simian Strategy,Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: Liberty Triumphant. Or--Slide, You Rascal, Slide!,E. W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Man and the Weighing Machine,Clarence Rigby,



One-shot: No Chance for Deception,T. S. Allen,



One-shot: The Tangled Wigs---A Surprise and a Transformation,creator unknown,



One-shot: The Awkward Man and His Umbrella ,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: What Would Happen if Pride of Ancestry Struck the United States,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: G. Washington Esq.--Some of His Fine Points,T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Some Places in New Jersey that G. Washington Stopped at During His Busy Life,Harry Cornell Greening,





One-shot: A Life on the Ocean Wave,Louis Wain,





One-shot: How Papa First Saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa,McGuire,





One-shot: The Photographer Pressed the Maiden's Lips--and the Button,creator unknown,





One-shot: Master Keg and His Victim,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Flying Cat,creator unknown,





One-shot: How Shorty Kept Dry,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: First, the Anti-Cartoon Bill. Then, Perhaps This!,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: A Simian Strategy,Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Liberty Triumphant. Or--Slide, You Rascal, Slide!,E. W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Man and the Weighing Machine,Clarence Rigby,





One-shot: No Chance for Deception,T. S. Allen,





One-shot: The Tangled Wigs---A Surprise and a Transformation,creator unknown,





One-shot: The Awkward Man and His Umbrella ,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: What Would Happen if Pride of Ancestry Struck the United States,Walter McDougall,




Box SFS61-3-3
New York Journal, February 20, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Visit a Picture Gallery, Swinnerton,



Illustration: G Washington Esq.---Some of His Fine Points, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Forty Years, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: His Papa Wanted a Change, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Some Places In New Jersey That G. Washington Stopped At During His Busy Life, Greening,



One-shot: A Life On the Ocean Wave, Louis Wain,



One-shot: How Papa First Saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa, McGuire,



One-shot: The Photographer Pressed the Maidens Lips---and the Button, creator unknown,



One-shot: Master Keg and His Victim, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Flying Cat, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Shorty Kept Dry, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Slide You Rascal---Slide!, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Tangled Wigs, a Surprise and a Transformation, Fenderson,



One-shot: The Awkward Man and His Umbrella, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Editorial: What Would Happen If Pride of Ancestry Struck the United States, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Visit a Picture Gallery, Swinnerton,





Illustration: G Washington Esq.---Some of His Fine Points, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Forty Years, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: His Papa Wanted a Change, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Some Places In New Jersey That G. Washington Stopped At During His Busy Life, Greening,





One-shot: A Life On the Ocean Wave, Louis Wain,





One-shot: How Papa First Saw the Leaning Tower of Pisa, McGuire,





One-shot: The Photographer Pressed the Maidens Lips---and the Button, creator unknown,





One-shot: Master Keg and His Victim, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Flying Cat, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Shorty Kept Dry, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Slide You Rascal---Slide!, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Tangled Wigs, a Surprise and a Transformation, Fenderson,





One-shot: The Awkward Man and His Umbrella, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: What Would Happen If Pride of Ancestry Struck the United States, Walt McDougall,




Box SFS61-3-4
New York Journal, February 27, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Tenderloin at Midnight, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Fritz's Pipe and His Red Hot Sleigh Ride, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: Her Ruse That Failed To Work, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Very Happy Combination, creator unknown,



Hello Central, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Little Lady At Central, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Day That Billy Was Stretched, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Is It Possible That Messrs. George and Alexander Put Up a Job on the Journal Tigers?, Swinnerton,



One-shot: Soft Snaps---As They Are Supposed To Be and As They Are, McFarlane,



One-shot: The Poor Artist and the Cruel Landlord, Fenderson,



Panel cartoon: Appearances Are Deceptive, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Resented the Inference, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: The Bird and the Ladies, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Hints to Mothers of Unruly Boys, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: The Tenderloin at Midnight, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Fritz's Pipe and His Red Hot Sleigh Ride, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: Her Ruse That Failed To Work, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Very Happy Combination, creator unknown,





Hello Central, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Little Lady At Central, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Day That Billy Was Stretched, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Is It Possible That Messrs. George and Alexander Put Up a Job on the Journal Tigers?, Swinnerton,





One-shot: Soft Snaps---As They Are Supposed To Be and As They Are, McFarlane,





One-shot: The Poor Artist and the Cruel Landlord, Fenderson,





Panel cartoon: Appearances Are Deceptive, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Resented the Inference, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: The Bird and the Ladies, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Hints to Mothers of Unruly Boys, Rudolph Dirks,




Box SFS1-1-5
New York Journal Comic Supplement, March 6, 1898,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: A Modern French Trial According to Recent Accounts,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: The Fiji Kid is Held Up,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Likewise the 3 Indian Kids,Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Not As It Should Be,McFarlane,



One-shot: A Most Horrible Situation,T. S. Allen,



One-shot: Righteous Indignation,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: The Mule that Acted as Best Man,Thomas Worth,



One-shot: The Dental Hospital--The Refinement of Cruelty,Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Baby's Side of the Situation (For Friends of Mothers), signed AB,



Several unsigned cartoons.,





One-shot: A Modern French Trial According to Recent Accounts,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The Fiji Kid is Held Up,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Likewise the 3 Indian Kids,Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Not As It Should Be,McFarlane,





One-shot: A Most Horrible Situation,T. S. Allen,





One-shot: Righteous Indignation,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: The Mule that Acted as Best Man,Thomas Worth,





One-shot: The Dental Hospital--The Refinement of Cruelty,Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Baby's Side of the Situation (For Friends of Mothers), signed AB,





Several unsigned cartoons.,




Box SFS61-4-1
New York Journal, March 6, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Modern French Trial According to Recent Accounts, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Fiji Kid Is Held Up, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Not As It Should Be, McFarlane,



Panel cartoon: A Most Horrible Situation, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Righteous Indignation, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Likewise the 3 Indian Kids, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: The Mule That Acted As Best Man, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: A Miraculous Restoration of Sight---And It's Consequences, creator unknown,



One-shot: Joys of Youth Seen From a Mature Standpoint, McGuire,



Illustrated Poem: Man Jim, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Very Difficult Problem, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Good Joke and the "L" Car Cross Seat---A Disastrous Combination, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Dental Hospital---The Refinement of Cruelty, Louis Wain,



Panel cartoon: The Baby's Side of the Situation, signed A.B.,



One-shot: A Few News Items From the Animal Kingdom, Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Reincarnation of the Sausage; or, Making Things Even, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Wise Chipmunk and the Sleepy Owl, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Modern French Trial According to Recent Accounts, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Fiji Kid Is Held Up, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Not As It Should Be, McFarlane,





Panel cartoon: A Most Horrible Situation, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Righteous Indignation, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Likewise the 3 Indian Kids, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: The Mule That Acted As Best Man, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: A Miraculous Restoration of Sight---And It's Consequences, creator unknown,





One-shot: Joys of Youth Seen From a Mature Standpoint, McGuire,





Illustrated Poem: Man Jim, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Very Difficult Problem, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Good Joke and the "L" Car Cross Seat---A Disastrous Combination, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Dental Hospital---The Refinement of Cruelty, Louis Wain,





Panel cartoon: The Baby's Side of the Situation, signed A.B.,





One-shot: A Few News Items From the Animal Kingdom, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Reincarnation of the Sausage; or, Making Things Even, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Wise Chipmunk and the Sleepy Owl, creator unknown,




Box SFS1-1-6
New York Journal Supplement, March 13, 1898,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Turn Out in Honor of St. Patrick,Jimmy Swinnerton,



One-shots: If You Want a coat of Arms,The Man Who Tried to Economize,Painful Curiousity,all signed "JRF",



One-shot: Why Jones Gave up his Daily Exercise,Carl Anderson,



One-shot: Greater New York's Policemen Have Been Shifted Around,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: The Origin of the Roman Nose, signed H. T. (possibly H. F. Thode),



One-shot: The Lion and the Ass--A Fable,Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: How the New Health Law Works in Ohio,Walter McDougall,



Several unsigned cartoons.,





One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Turn Out in Honor of St. Patrick,Jimmy Swinnerton,





One-shots: If You Want a coat of Arms,The Man Who Tried to Economize,Painful Curiousity,all signed "JRF",





One-shot: Why Jones Gave up his Daily Exercise,Carl Anderson,





One-shot: Greater New York's Policemen Have Been Shifted Around,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The Origin of the Roman Nose, signed H. T. (possibly H. F. Thode),





One-shot: The Lion and the Ass--A Fable,Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: How the New Health Law Works in Ohio,Walter McDougall,





Several unsigned cartoons.,




Box SFS61-4-2
New York Journal, March 13, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: The Journal's Tigers Turn Out In Honor of St. Patrick, Swinnerton,



One-shot: If You Want a Coat of Arms---You Can Take Your Pick Of These, J.R.F.,



One-shot: The Man Who Tried to Economize, J.R.F.,



One-shot: Painful Curiosity, J.R.F.,



One-shot: Why Jones Gave Up His Daily Exercise, Carl T. Anderson,



Cartoon Editorial: Greater New York's Policemen Have Been Shifted Around, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Origin of the Roman Nose, signed H.T. (possibly H.F. Thode),



One-shot: Two Ways Of Looking At It, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Tournament of Alley de la Casey, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Evolutionof an Angel, creator unknown,



Assorted Unsigned Cartoons: various, unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Lion and the Ass---A Fable, Thomas S. Sullivant,



Cartoon Editorial: How the New Health Law Works In Ohio, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: The Journal's Tigers Turn Out In Honor of St. Patrick, Swinnerton,





One-shot: If You Want a Coat of Arms---You Can Take Your Pick Of These, J.R.F.,





One-shot: The Man Who Tried to Economize, J.R.F.,





One-shot: Painful Curiosity, J.R.F.,





One-shot: Why Jones Gave Up His Daily Exercise, Carl T. Anderson,





Cartoon Editorial: Greater New York's Policemen Have Been Shifted Around, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Origin of the Roman Nose, signed H.T. (possibly H.F. Thode),





One-shot: Two Ways Of Looking At It, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Tournament of Alley de la Casey, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Evolutionof an Angel, creator unknown,





Assorted Unsigned Cartoons: various, unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Lion and the Ass---A Fable, Thomas S. Sullivant,





Cartoon Editorial: How the New Health Law Works In Ohio, Walt McDougall,




Box SFS1-1-7
New York Journal Comic Supplement, March 20, 1898,

Dimensions: 55 x 42 cm


One-shot: Oh Spring!,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: The Breach of Promise Suit,Louis Wain,



One-shot: Barnacle Bill's Luck--A Maritime Incident,Thompson,



One-shot: An Impressionist Picture by a Belated member of the Kitkat Club,Walter McDougall,



One-shot: Regarding Those Fussy Men Who Have Pains,creator unknown,



One-shot: A Hayseed's Dream after a Day in New York,Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Oh Spring!,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: The Breach of Promise Suit,Louis Wain,





One-shot: Barnacle Bill's Luck--A Maritime Incident,Thompson,





One-shot: An Impressionist Picture by a Belated member of the Kitkat Club,Walter McDougall,





One-shot: Regarding Those Fussy Men Who Have Pains,creator unknown,





One-shot: A Hayseed's Dream after a Day in New York,Syd B. Griffin,




Box SFS61-4-3
New York Journal, March 20, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Oh Spring!, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Breach Of Promise Suit, Louis Wain,



One-shot: Speculation, Thomas Worth,



Panel cartoon: Suspected Him, F.M.B.,



Panel cartoon: A Family Inheritance, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Hingeldingel Cleaned the Stovepipe, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Barnacle Bill's Luck---A Maritime Incident, Fenderson,



One-shot: The Plum Pudding That Howled, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Flirtation That Failed, Swinnerton,



Panel cartoon: An Impressionist Picture By a Belated Member of the Kitkat Club, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Ye Flyrtatious Squire and Ye Faire Maid, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The War Spirit, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights! Hayseeds? Oh, Dear No! These Are All Real New Yorkers, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Explorer Nansen Decided That He Did Not Like America, creator unknown,



One-shot: Regarding Those Fussy Men Who Have Pains, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Hayseed's Dream After a Day In New York, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: Oh Spring!, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Breach Of Promise Suit, Louis Wain,





One-shot: Speculation, Thomas Worth,





Panel cartoon: Suspected Him, F.M.B.,





Panel cartoon: A Family Inheritance, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Hingeldingel Cleaned the Stovepipe, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Barnacle Bill's Luck---A Maritime Incident, Fenderson,





One-shot: The Plum Pudding That Howled, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Flirtation That Failed, Swinnerton,





Panel cartoon: An Impressionist Picture By a Belated Member of the Kitkat Club, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Ye Flyrtatious Squire and Ye Faire Maid, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The War Spirit, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights! Hayseeds? Oh, Dear No! These Are All Real New Yorkers, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Explorer Nansen Decided That He Did Not Like America, creator unknown,





One-shot: Regarding Those Fussy Men Who Have Pains, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Hayseed's Dream After a Day In New York, Syd B. Griffin,




Box SFS61-4-4
New York Journal, March 27, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Susceptible Statue and the Queer Things It Heard, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: Twenty-Round Contest Between Scor-A-Bit and Spitz-Give-Him-One, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Journal Tigers Give a Cake Walk, But the Cake Is Stolen, Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Solemn Warning to Erring Kids, Rudolph Dirks,



The Tell-Tale Yarn, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Too Much For the Hogs, Rigby,



One-shot: The Professor Found a Striking Specimen, creator unknown,



One-shot: Mammy Wasn't a Bit Afraid---Oh, No!, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Her Idea of the Length of a Minute, Greening,



One-shot: How the Engagement Was Broken, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Susceptible Statue and the Queer Things It Heard, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: Twenty-Round Contest Between Scor-A-Bit and Spitz-Give-Him-One, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Give a Cake Walk, But the Cake Is Stolen, Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Solemn Warning to Erring Kids, Rudolph Dirks,





The Tell-Tale Yarn, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Too Much For the Hogs, Rigby,





One-shot: The Professor Found a Striking Specimen, creator unknown,





One-shot: Mammy Wasn't a Bit Afraid---Oh, No!, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Her Idea of the Length of a Minute, Greening,





One-shot: How the Engagement Was Broken, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-5-1
New York Journal, April 3, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: Has Civilization Advanced?, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Policeman Schlafen and His Faithful Poodle, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Enjoyable Occupation, creator unknown,



Illustration: Speaking of Pumping, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: In the Swim, signed R.B.,



One-shot: Awfully Mixed, creator unknown,



Illustration: Appearances Are Deceitful, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: An Easy Request, creator unknown,



One-shot: Those Big Buttons and How They Can Be Used, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The First Golf Player Seen at M'Manus's Fence, Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Race Against Time, Swinnerton,



Panel cartoon: How Things Looked to Colonel Van Blascom Snorter When He Got Up to Make His After Dinner Speech, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Hint to People Who Insist On Talking Business At a Social Gathering, creator unknown,



One-shot: Heard But Not Seen, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Mr. Poneyup, After Going Shopping With His Wife, Has Queer Dreams, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Origin of the Schooner, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: When the Day of the Airship Comes, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: A Dilemma, Thomas S. Sullivant,





Cartoon Editorial: Has Civilization Advanced?, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Policeman Schlafen and His Faithful Poodle, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Enjoyable Occupation, creator unknown,





Illustration: Speaking of Pumping, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: In the Swim, signed R.B.,





One-shot: Awfully Mixed, creator unknown,





Illustration: Appearances Are Deceitful, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: An Easy Request, creator unknown,





One-shot: Those Big Buttons and How They Can Be Used, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The First Golf Player Seen at M'Manus's Fence, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Journal's Tigers Race Against Time, Swinnerton,





Panel cartoon: How Things Looked to Colonel Van Blascom Snorter When He Got Up to Make His After Dinner Speech, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Hint to People Who Insist On Talking Business At a Social Gathering, creator unknown,





One-shot: Heard But Not Seen, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Mr. Poneyup, After Going Shopping With His Wife, Has Queer Dreams, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Origin of the Schooner, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: When the Day of the Airship Comes, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: A Dilemma, Thomas S. Sullivant,




Box SFS61-5-2
New York Journal, April 10, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Funny Things We See On the Stage, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Change of Her Life, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: How It Looked To Him, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: A Natural Mistake, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Novel Safe, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Sarcasm, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The First Kiss, signed "B" (possibly Fred Brisley),



Why the Spa Failed, creator unknown,



How the Camel Saved Bismallah From the Hollawallahs, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Joyous Easter Carol In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,



Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Easter Parade, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Herr Swigglemuller's Mistake Saved His Life, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Goat Had the Right of Way, Peirce,



One-shot: The Economy of Moition, signature looks like Maguinis,



One-shot: Its an Ill Wind That Blew Willie Away, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: How the Electric Circuit Was Completed, creator unknown,



One-shot: An Unexpected Departure, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Dinklespeil Made Use of His Faithful Dachshund, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Tigers Lay a Torpedo In the Harbor, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Funny Things We See On the Stage, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Change of Her Life, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: How It Looked To Him, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: A Natural Mistake, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Novel Safe, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Sarcasm, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The First Kiss, signed "B" (possibly Fred Brisley),





Why the Spa Failed, creator unknown,





How the Camel Saved Bismallah From the Hollawallahs, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Joyous Easter Carol In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,





Panel cartoon: The Thompson Street Easter Parade, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Herr Swigglemuller's Mistake Saved His Life, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Goat Had the Right of Way, Peirce,





One-shot: The Economy of Moition, signature looks like Maguinis,





One-shot: Its an Ill Wind That Blew Willie Away, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: How the Electric Circuit Was Completed, creator unknown,





One-shot: An Unexpected Departure, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Dinklespeil Made Use of His Faithful Dachshund, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Lay a Torpedo In the Harbor, Swinnerton,




Box SFS61-5-3
New York Journal, April 17, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The College Student's Dream, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: A High Swell, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Misplaced Prize, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The First Requisite, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Hint To Neglected Wives, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How Farmer Jones Got His Leg Pulled, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Where They Were, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Likely Customer, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Meeting His Match, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Photographic Craze Reaches Squashville, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Season Opens In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: The Tramp and the Telegraph Pole, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Verification, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Right In Line, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Two Souls With But Two Different Thoughts, signed "Adon",



One-shot: The Champion Skater, F.B. Aylesworth,



Panel cartoon: Not the Same Way, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: In An Hour Of Need, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: A Lesson In Housekeeping, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Journal Tigers Give a Wild West Show, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The College Student's Dream, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: A High Swell, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Misplaced Prize, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The First Requisite, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Hint To Neglected Wives, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How Farmer Jones Got His Leg Pulled, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Where They Were, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Likely Customer, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Meeting His Match, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Photographic Craze Reaches Squashville, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Season Opens In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Tramp and the Telegraph Pole, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Verification, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Right In Line, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Two Souls With But Two Different Thoughts, signed "Adon",





One-shot: The Champion Skater, F.B. Aylesworth,





Panel cartoon: Not the Same Way, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: In An Hour Of Need, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: A Lesson In Housekeeping, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Give a Wild West Show, Swinnerton,




Box SFS61-5-4
New York Journal, April 24, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Few Delusions of Every-Day Life, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Why Professor Eli Sagg Loves His Work, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: What's the Joke?, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: Ye Absent-Minded Knight and How He Got Wroth, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Forewarned, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Majesty of the Law, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D., Sees a Prize Fight and Gets Excited, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Journal Tigers Play William Tell, Swinnerton,



One-shot: How Some People Think They Look, But They Don't, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Game With Two Kitties In It, Louis Wain,



One-shot: The Load Was Too Heavy for the Cab, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Coonville Torpedo Boat Strikes a Snag, Thomas Worth,



Panel cartoon: Historical, signature appears to be "Maguinis",



Panel cartoon: Envy, signed "A",



One-shot: Jones Attends a Spiritualistic Seance, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Few Delusions of Every-Day Life, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Why Professor Eli Sagg Loves His Work, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: What's the Joke?, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: Ye Absent-Minded Knight and How He Got Wroth, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Forewarned, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Majesty of the Law, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D., Sees a Prize Fight and Gets Excited, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Play William Tell, Swinnerton,





One-shot: How Some People Think They Look, But They Don't, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Game With Two Kitties In It, Louis Wain,





One-shot: The Load Was Too Heavy for the Cab, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Coonville Torpedo Boat Strikes a Snag, Thomas Worth,





Panel cartoon: Historical, signature appears to be "Maguinis",





Panel cartoon: Envy, signed "A",





One-shot: Jones Attends a Spiritualistic Seance, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-6-1
New York Journal, May 1, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Panel cartoon: What Might Happen, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Science Meets Nature and---Science Gets Hurt, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Two Ways of Using a Revolving Door, creator unknown,



Illustrated Poem: A Lady Of May, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Almost Due Now, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: Envy, Rudolph Dirks,



Panel cartoon: Hooray! Baby's Got a Tooth!, Thomas. S. Sullivant,



One-shot: Moving In the Country, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Tell-Tale Lather---A Brief Romance, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Advantages of a Trolley, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: His Hands Were Tied, T.S. Allen,



Cartoon Editorial: Is It Coming To This?, creator unknown,



One-shot: Uncle Rube Makes a Slight Mistake, Fenderson,



One-shot: A Letter of Introduction, signature appears to be "Maguinis",



One-shot: The Journal Tigers Go Slumming, Swinnerton,





Panel cartoon: What Might Happen, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Science Meets Nature and---Science Gets Hurt, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Two Ways of Using a Revolving Door, creator unknown,





Illustrated Poem: A Lady Of May, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Almost Due Now, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: Envy, Rudolph Dirks,





Panel cartoon: Hooray! Baby's Got a Tooth!, Thomas. S. Sullivant,





One-shot: Moving In the Country, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Tell-Tale Lather---A Brief Romance, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Advantages of a Trolley, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: His Hands Were Tied, T.S. Allen,





Cartoon Editorial: Is It Coming To This?, creator unknown,





One-shot: Uncle Rube Makes a Slight Mistake, Fenderson,





One-shot: A Letter of Introduction, signature appears to be "Maguinis",





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Go Slumming, Swinnerton,




Box SFS61-6-2
New York Journal, May 8, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: How Modern Baseball Might Be Reformed, Syd B. Griffin,



Did She Give the Retort Courteous or the Retort Sassy?, Archie Gunn,



One-shot: Some Instantaneous Photographs, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Con Game In the Desert and How It Went Wrong, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How the Elephant Wasn't Fooled, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: The Box Hook In Peace and War, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: A Letter From Home, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: Some Appropriate Remarks of the Cheerful Idiot, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How Herr Blowitz Quited the Baby, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: How They Handle Scorchers In Berlin, P. Halke,



Panel cartoon: Appreciation of a Good Deed, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Bright Side of a Pedlar's Life, creator unknown,



One-shot: Did He Solve the Problem?, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Family, Rigby,



One-shot: The Terrible Turk Meets the Horrible M'Guirk, Swinnerton,



One-shot: Laugh and the World Laughs With You, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Modern Baseball Might Be Reformed, Syd B. Griffin,





Did She Give the Retort Courteous or the Retort Sassy?, Archie Gunn,





One-shot: Some Instantaneous Photographs, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Con Game In the Desert and How It Went Wrong, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How the Elephant Wasn't Fooled, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: The Box Hook In Peace and War, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: A Letter From Home, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: Some Appropriate Remarks of the Cheerful Idiot, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How Herr Blowitz Quited the Baby, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: How They Handle Scorchers In Berlin, P. Halke,





Panel cartoon: Appreciation of a Good Deed, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Bright Side of a Pedlar's Life, creator unknown,





One-shot: Did He Solve the Problem?, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Family, Rigby,





One-shot: The Terrible Turk Meets the Horrible M'Guirk, Swinnerton,





One-shot: Laugh and the World Laughs With You, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-6-3
New York Journal, May 15, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: A Fashion Note From Darkest Africa, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: Liars and the Stories They Tell, creator unknown,



Panel cartoons: Assorted Cartoons, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: A Crustacean Disaster, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



One-shot: Why Grandma Had a Fit, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Papa Returns From the Lodge, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Transformation of Towser, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Another of Life's Paradoxes, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Showing How the Foxy Fiji Kid Got the Cocoanut Broken, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Pictorial History of Weary Walker, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: False Alarm, unsigned (possibly E.W. Kemble),



One-shot: A Soliloquy, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Finishing Touch, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: Mr. Alexander Paints a Realistic Scene, Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Fashion Note From Darkest Africa, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: Liars and the Stories They Tell, creator unknown,





Panel cartoons: Assorted Cartoons, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: A Crustacean Disaster, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





One-shot: Why Grandma Had a Fit, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Papa Returns From the Lodge, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Transformation of Towser, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Another of Life's Paradoxes, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Showing How the Foxy Fiji Kid Got the Cocoanut Broken, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Pictorial History of Weary Walker, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: False Alarm, unsigned (possibly E.W. Kemble),





One-shot: A Soliloquy, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Finishing Touch, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: Mr. Alexander Paints a Realistic Scene, Swinnerton,




Box SFS61-6-4
New York Journal, May 22, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: How the Kid Fooled the Would-Be Heroes, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: The Shell Game At Klondyke, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Horatius At the Bridge, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Peaceful Life; or, Fact Versus Philosophy, creator unknown,



One-shot: Shakespeare Up-To-Date, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: Some Quick Decisions In American History, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Not Singly But In Battalions, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: A Racing Item From Africa, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: The Tigers Play See-Saw, Swinnerton,



One-shot: Why Big Ebenezer Lost His Job, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: Some Characters From an Up-To-Date Novel, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: He Resented the Imputation, Fred Brisley,



Panel cartoon: Envy In the Jungle, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: The Disastrous Outing of Prof. Spooks's Mythological Class, Syd B. Griffin,



One-shot: An Unexpected Bath, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Kid Fooled the Would-Be Heroes, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: The Shell Game At Klondyke, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Horatius At the Bridge, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Peaceful Life; or, Fact Versus Philosophy, creator unknown,





One-shot: Shakespeare Up-To-Date, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: Some Quick Decisions In American History, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Not Singly But In Battalions, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: A Racing Item From Africa, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Tigers Play See-Saw, Swinnerton,





One-shot: Why Big Ebenezer Lost His Job, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: Some Characters From an Up-To-Date Novel, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: He Resented the Imputation, Fred Brisley,





Panel cartoon: Envy In the Jungle, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: The Disastrous Outing of Prof. Spooks's Mythological Class, Syd B. Griffin,





One-shot: An Unexpected Bath, creator unknown,




Box SFS61-6-5
New York Journal, May 29, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Journal Tigers Spend a Day at Coney Island, Swinnerton,



Fashion Illustration: The Bicycle Hat-Chery; or, '98 Models in Millinery, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The More Haste the Less Speed, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: How the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Converted Skull Gulch, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: How Uncle Hiram Oatcake Went to Rome and Did As the Romans, signature appears to be Maguinis,



Cartoon Editorial: A Result of the War, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Brag Vs. Fact, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Journal Tigers Spend a Day at Coney Island, Swinnerton,





Fashion Illustration: The Bicycle Hat-Chery; or, '98 Models in Millinery, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The More Haste the Less Speed, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: How the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Converted Skull Gulch, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: How Uncle Hiram Oatcake Went to Rome and Did As the Romans, signature appears to be Maguinis,





Cartoon Editorial: A Result of the War, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Brag Vs. Fact, Thomas S. Sullivant,




Box SFS61-7-1
New York Journal, June 5, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Fashion Illustration: Then and Now---Last Year's Summer Girl and the Girl of '98, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How the Bully Lost His Pull, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Mystery of the City Cab Horse, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Decided a Draw, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Launching of the Yacht, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How to Acquire the Tremolo, creator unknown,



One-shot: Mrs. Guzzlet's Little Surprise, signature appears to be McAuley,



Illustration: The Girl at the Wheel---Women Who Own and Sail Yachts, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: The Athletic Girl of '98 Is An Expert in Many Games, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Some Famous Authors Got Their Inspiration, creator unknown,



One-shot: How the Little Tiger Won the Race, Swinnerton,



One-shot: A Scheme That Worked, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Painter's Boy Sees His Chance and Makes the Best Of It, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Lost a Friend, Rigby,



Panel cartoon: A Too Open Nature, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Blood Will Tell, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: An Impromtu Fire Escape, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Shooting Catastrophe, Louis Wain,





Fashion Illustration: Then and Now---Last Year's Summer Girl and the Girl of '98, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How the Bully Lost His Pull, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Familiar Sights of a Great City, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Mystery of the City Cab Horse, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Decided a Draw, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Launching of the Yacht, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How to Acquire the Tremolo, creator unknown,





One-shot: Mrs. Guzzlet's Little Surprise, signature appears to be McAuley,





Illustration: The Girl at the Wheel---Women Who Own and Sail Yachts, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: The Athletic Girl of '98 Is An Expert in Many Games, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Some Famous Authors Got Their Inspiration, creator unknown,





One-shot: How the Little Tiger Won the Race, Swinnerton,





One-shot: A Scheme That Worked, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Painter's Boy Sees His Chance and Makes the Best Of It, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Lost a Friend, Rigby,





Panel cartoon: A Too Open Nature, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Blood Will Tell, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: An Impromtu Fire Escape, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Shooting Catastrophe, Louis Wain,




Box SFS61-7-2
New York Journal, June 12, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: The General's Compliments; Orders From Headquarters, Frederic Remington,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



Cartoon Editorial: Some Foreign Ideas of What the United States Is Like, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: And the Cat Never Came Back, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: From a Novel, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Not a Connoisseur, Curtis,



Panel cartoon: It Was a Tooth Brush, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: How the Rev. Dr. Snooks Was Eaten Alive and Escaped, creator unknown,



One-shot: Monkeying With the Monarch, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Not In Their Set, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Good For Evil, signed T.W.,



One-shot: The Little Pig and the Hornets, a Lesson In Obedience, creator unknown,



News Illustration: Right Front Into Line of Fours! Forward March!, Frederic Remington,



News Illustration: Roosevelt's Rough Riders Coming Into Camp at Tampa, FLA, Frederic Remington,



Panel cartoon: He Expected Trouble, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Scenery Not In It, signed F.M.B.,



Panel cartoon: That Was All, Greening,



One-shot: A Veritable Wheel of Fortune, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: A Cyclone In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: The Effect of the Shot-Tower Staircase On a Tourist, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Serenader's Ruse, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Guilty Imaginations of the Bad Boy Who Stole the Jam, Rudolph Dirks,



Panel cartoon: Taken For Granted, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Time WIll Tell, Greening,



News Illustration: The Stable of the Sixth Cavalry, Frederic Remington,





News Illustration: The General's Compliments; Orders From Headquarters, Frederic Remington,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





Cartoon Editorial: Some Foreign Ideas of What the United States Is Like, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: And the Cat Never Came Back, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: From a Novel, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Not a Connoisseur, Curtis,





Panel cartoon: It Was a Tooth Brush, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: How the Rev. Dr. Snooks Was Eaten Alive and Escaped, creator unknown,





One-shot: Monkeying With the Monarch, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Not In Their Set, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Good For Evil, signed T.W.,





One-shot: The Little Pig and the Hornets, a Lesson In Obedience, creator unknown,





News Illustration: Right Front Into Line of Fours! Forward March!, Frederic Remington,





News Illustration: Roosevelt's Rough Riders Coming Into Camp at Tampa, FLA, Frederic Remington,





Panel cartoon: He Expected Trouble, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Scenery Not In It, signed F.M.B.,





Panel cartoon: That Was All, Greening,





One-shot: A Veritable Wheel of Fortune, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: A Cyclone In the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Effect of the Shot-Tower Staircase On a Tourist, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Serenader's Ruse, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Guilty Imaginations of the Bad Boy Who Stole the Jam, Rudolph Dirks,





Panel cartoon: Taken For Granted, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Time WIll Tell, Greening,





News Illustration: The Stable of the Sixth Cavalry, Frederic Remington,




Box SFS61-7-3
New York Journal, June 19, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Out of Doors, A. Moores,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: An Affair of Weight, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: A Puzzeling Question, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Fair Exchange Is No Robbery, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: A Story With a Moral, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Locating It By Sound, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Donna Concerta's Ruse, Greening,



One-shot: The Tables Turned, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),



Illustration: New York's Fastest Yachts, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: The Jockey, creator unknown,



One-shot: Three of a Kind, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Slight Mistake, Rudolph Dirks,



Sports Cartoon: The Man With the Iron Mask, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Arranging the Elopement, creator unknown,



One-shot: Not Such a Fool As He Looked, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Animal Instinct In Man, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Little Boy's Dream of Fairyland, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Problem Solved---Showing How the Foxy Fiji Kids Got the Cocoanuts, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Opening of the Racing Season In Tigerville, Swinnerton,



One-shot: How a Welsh Rarebit Conquered a Tramp, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustration: The Varsity Crews for 1898, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: Out of Doors, A. Moores,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: An Affair of Weight, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: A Puzzeling Question, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Fair Exchange Is No Robbery, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: A Story With a Moral, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Locating It By Sound, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Donna Concerta's Ruse, Greening,





One-shot: The Tables Turned, J.B. Lowitz (signed J.B.L.),





Illustration: New York's Fastest Yachts, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: The Jockey, creator unknown,





One-shot: Three of a Kind, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Slight Mistake, Rudolph Dirks,





Sports Cartoon: The Man With the Iron Mask, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Arranging the Elopement, creator unknown,





One-shot: Not Such a Fool As He Looked, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Animal Instinct In Man, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Little Boy's Dream of Fairyland, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Problem Solved---Showing How the Foxy Fiji Kids Got the Cocoanuts, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Opening of the Racing Season In Tigerville, Swinnerton,





One-shot: How a Welsh Rarebit Conquered a Tramp, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustration: The Varsity Crews for 1898, H.B. Eddy,




Box SFS61-7-4
New York Journal, June 26, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Native Belles and Beauties of America's New Islands, creator unknown,



Illustration: Porto Rico USA---A Fairyland of Luxurious Tropical Vegetation, creator unknown,



Illustration: Curious Sights in the Land Which Dewey Won For Us, W. Smith,



Illustration: Picturesque Cuban Spots Over Which Old Glory Will Float, W. Smith,



Illustration: A Peep Into Native Life At Uncle Sam's New Coaling Station, creator unknown,



One-shot: Why the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Organized the Anti-Gambling League, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: The Journal Tigers Visit Their Jungle Friends, Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Refinning Influence of Woman, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How Simpson Got Into the Asylum, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Heavenly Salutations, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Preaching and Practice, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: She Wanted to Be Sure, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Advantages of Clever Advertising, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Few of the Temptations of Every-Day Life, creator unknown,



Illustration: An Ancient Mariner's Rhyme, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: An Important Arrest, Rudolph Dirks,



Panel cartoon: A New Game, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: A Suggestion To Our Brother Comic Editors, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





Illustration: Native Belles and Beauties of America's New Islands, creator unknown,





Illustration: Porto Rico USA---A Fairyland of Luxurious Tropical Vegetation, creator unknown,





Illustration: Curious Sights in the Land Which Dewey Won For Us, W. Smith,





Illustration: Picturesque Cuban Spots Over Which Old Glory Will Float, W. Smith,





Illustration: A Peep Into Native Life At Uncle Sam's New Coaling Station, creator unknown,





One-shot: Why the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Organized the Anti-Gambling League, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: The Journal Tigers Visit Their Jungle Friends, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Refinning Influence of Woman, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How Simpson Got Into the Asylum, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Heavenly Salutations, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Preaching and Practice, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: She Wanted to Be Sure, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Advantages of Clever Advertising, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Few of the Temptations of Every-Day Life, creator unknown,





Illustration: An Ancient Mariner's Rhyme, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: An Important Arrest, Rudolph Dirks,





Panel cartoon: A New Game, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: A Suggestion To Our Brother Comic Editors, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-1-1
New York Journal, July 3, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: Our War Presidents, creator unknown,



Cartoon Illustration: Every American May Proudly Compare Old Glory's Triumphs, Present and Past, H.B. Eddy,



Cartoon Illustration: Women Patriots of '98, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Who Can Put This Bomb Together and Win $10?, Swinnerton,



Cartoon Editorial: What Manila Will Look Like When Some of Our Glorious Institutions Are Introduced, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. Goes Slumming, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Simpkins Surprised His Sweetheart, Swinnerton,



One-shot: The Secret Of Brown's Liberality, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: An Affair of Honor, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: How Tommy Escaped His Punishment, signature appears to be McAuley,



Panel cartoon: A Summer Lark in the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,





News Illustration: Our War Presidents, creator unknown,





Cartoon Illustration: Every American May Proudly Compare Old Glory's Triumphs, Present and Past, H.B. Eddy,





Cartoon Illustration: Women Patriots of '98, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Who Can Put This Bomb Together and Win $10?, Swinnerton,





Cartoon Editorial: What Manila Will Look Like When Some of Our Glorious Institutions Are Introduced, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. Goes Slumming, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Simpkins Surprised His Sweetheart, Swinnerton,





One-shot: The Secret Of Brown's Liberality, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: An Affair of Honor, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: How Tommy Escaped His Punishment, signature appears to be McAuley,





Panel cartoon: A Summer Lark in the Jungle, Thomas S. Sullivant,




Box SFS62-1-2
New York Journal, July 10, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: Our First Burial At Sea, Dan Smith,



News Illustration: How the Rough Riders Fought For Cuba, A. Traver,



News Illustration: Theodore Roosevelt---Hero of La Quasina, Jan Smith,



News Illustration: Four FIghters and Leaders of Men, creator unknown,



News Illustration: Burial of the Rough Riders Killed at La Quasina, Share,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



Cartoon Editorial: How "The New York World" Gets Its News, creator unknown,



One-shot: Some Familiar Summer Society Notes, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Darktown Yacht Club's Regatta, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: Out of the Flying Pan; or, Why Brown Came Back to the City, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Amature Picture Hanger and His Mighty Fall, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Marine Band, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Two Kids and a Pug, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Photograph Was Spoiled, Swinnerton,



One-shot: Have You Ever Had This Experience At a Summer Hotel, Walt McDougall,





News Illustration: Our First Burial At Sea, Dan Smith,





News Illustration: How the Rough Riders Fought For Cuba, A. Traver,





News Illustration: Theodore Roosevelt---Hero of La Quasina, Jan Smith,





News Illustration: Four FIghters and Leaders of Men, creator unknown,





News Illustration: Burial of the Rough Riders Killed at La Quasina, Share,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





Cartoon Editorial: How "The New York World" Gets Its News, creator unknown,





One-shot: Some Familiar Summer Society Notes, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Darktown Yacht Club's Regatta, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: Out of the Flying Pan; or, Why Brown Came Back to the City, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Amature Picture Hanger and His Mighty Fall, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Marine Band, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Two Kids and a Pug, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Photograph Was Spoiled, Swinnerton,





One-shot: Have You Ever Had This Experience At a Summer Hotel, Walt McDougall,




Box SFS62-1-3
New York Journal, July 17, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: How New York's Boys Fought at Santiago, Dan Smith,



News Illustration: Leaders Courageous!, creator unknown,



News Illustration: A Charge That Rivalled Balaklava, creator unknown,



News Illustration: For Their Altars and Their Hearths, creator unknown,



News Illustration: Loss of La Bourgogne With 574 Human Beings, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: Why the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Is Opposed to Baseball, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: How New Yorkers Learn To Ride, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Foxy Pug Who Laughed Last, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Strong Drink Affects a Rowboat, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: An Improvement, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Indian Rubber Man as a Human Catapult, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: No Serious Objection, signature appears to be Maguinis,



Panel cartoon: Business is Business, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





News Illustration: How New York's Boys Fought at Santiago, Dan Smith,





News Illustration: Leaders Courageous!, creator unknown,





News Illustration: A Charge That Rivalled Balaklava, creator unknown,





News Illustration: For Their Altars and Their Hearths, creator unknown,





News Illustration: Loss of La Bourgogne With 574 Human Beings, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: Why the Rev. Fiddle D.D. Is Opposed to Baseball, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: How New Yorkers Learn To Ride, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Foxy Pug Who Laughed Last, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Strong Drink Affects a Rowboat, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: An Improvement, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Indian Rubber Man as a Human Catapult, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: No Serious Objection, signature appears to be Maguinis,





Panel cartoon: Business is Business, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-1-4
New York Journal, July 24, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Cervera's Shattered Fleet, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: How Our Guns Smashed the Vizcaya, creator unknown,



Illustration: Spanish Sailors Captured By the Journal Expedition, creator unknown,



Illustration: Uncle Sam's Young Hero's, creator unknown,



Illustration: Victor and Vanquished, creator unknown,



Illustration: What American Gunnery Did, creator unknown,



Illustration: Battlefields, creator unknown,



Illustration: From the Front, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures Form Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Foxy Elephant---A Practical Joke That Didn't Work, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: Saved By A Coat; or, How the Burglars Fooled the Cop, creator unknown,



One-shot: Another Side of It---The Joys of Enlisting, T.S. Allen,





Illustration: Cervera's Shattered Fleet, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: How Our Guns Smashed the Vizcaya, creator unknown,





Illustration: Spanish Sailors Captured By the Journal Expedition, creator unknown,





Illustration: Uncle Sam's Young Hero's, creator unknown,





Illustration: Victor and Vanquished, creator unknown,





Illustration: What American Gunnery Did, creator unknown,





Illustration: Battlefields, creator unknown,





Illustration: From the Front, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures Form Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Foxy Elephant---A Practical Joke That Didn't Work, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: Saved By A Coat; or, How the Burglars Fooled the Cop, creator unknown,





One-shot: Another Side of It---The Joys of Enlisting, T.S. Allen,




Box SFS62-1-5
New York Journal, July 31, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Porto Rico, Uncle Sma's Latest Puzzel, Dan Smith,



Illustration: Porto Rico U.S.A., creator unknown,



Illustration: Where Are Boys Are Fighting, creator unknown,



Illustration: New Targets For Our Fleet, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: One Of Spain's Richest Treasures, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Gas House Twins Nearly Commit Murder, Marriner,



One-shot: The First Joke; or, the True Story of a Famous Crime, creator unknown,



One-shot: How a Thirsty Tramp Got Innocent Pussy Into Trouble, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Some Theatrical Titles, creator unknown,



One-shot: Hams, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: The Professor's Specialty Didn't Always Work, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Few Stars Illustrated, creator unknown,



One-shot: Hoboes!---Latest News From the Scene of War, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Thirsty Tramps and Their Wonderful Sense of Smell, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: The Unfinished Photograph, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: Strange Result of a "Personal", signature appears to be "Maguinis",



One-shot: Strange Results of Absent-Minded Photography, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Conveniences of a Modern Drug Store, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





Illustration: Porto Rico, Uncle Sma's Latest Puzzel, Dan Smith,





Illustration: Porto Rico U.S.A., creator unknown,





Illustration: Where Are Boys Are Fighting, creator unknown,





Illustration: New Targets For Our Fleet, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: One Of Spain's Richest Treasures, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Gas House Twins Nearly Commit Murder, Marriner,





One-shot: The First Joke; or, the True Story of a Famous Crime, creator unknown,





One-shot: How a Thirsty Tramp Got Innocent Pussy Into Trouble, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Some Theatrical Titles, creator unknown,





One-shot: Hams, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Professor's Specialty Didn't Always Work, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Few Stars Illustrated, creator unknown,





One-shot: Hoboes!---Latest News From the Scene of War, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Thirsty Tramps and Their Wonderful Sense of Smell, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: The Unfinished Photograph, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: Strange Result of a "Personal", signature appears to be "Maguinis",





One-shot: Strange Results of Absent-Minded Photography, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Conveniences of a Modern Drug Store, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-2-1
New York Journal, August 7, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: Picket Line Outside San Juan, Frederic Remington,



Illustration: Bird's Eye View of San Juan Porto Rico, creator unknown,



News Illustration: Bringing the Artillery to the Front, Frederic Remington,



Illustration: Freckles, Sunburn and Other Things, creator unknown,



Fifty Dollars for the Best Way to Spend a $25 Vacation, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: Snap-Shots of the Canary Islands, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. Tried to Do Good, C.E. Toles,



Panel cartoon: Morning Scene In the Hottentot Bicycle Academy, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: The Strange Stampede of the Zion Flock, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Those Questions That Drive One To Drink, creator unknown,



One-shot: The New Rapid Transit Scheme, creator unknown,



One-shot: Absolutely Safe, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustrated Poem: No Interpreter Needed, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Bear Stole the Professor's Camera, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





News Illustration: Picket Line Outside San Juan, Frederic Remington,





Illustration: Bird's Eye View of San Juan Porto Rico, creator unknown,





News Illustration: Bringing the Artillery to the Front, Frederic Remington,





Illustration: Freckles, Sunburn and Other Things, creator unknown,





Fifty Dollars for the Best Way to Spend a $25 Vacation, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: Snap-Shots of the Canary Islands, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. Tried to Do Good, C.E. Toles,





Panel cartoon: Morning Scene In the Hottentot Bicycle Academy, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Strange Stampede of the Zion Flock, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Those Questions That Drive One To Drink, creator unknown,





One-shot: The New Rapid Transit Scheme, creator unknown,





One-shot: Absolutely Safe, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustrated Poem: No Interpreter Needed, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Bear Stole the Professor's Camera, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-2-2
New York Journal, August 14, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


News Illustration: Battlefield's of Cuba, Frederic Remington,



One-shot: There's Many a Slip Twixt the Cop and the Lip, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Poetry Versus Facts, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: Fashion Note From Manila, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Showing Why It Is Better to Leave a Parrot Alone, Dirks,



One-shot: A Good Thing---And How It Was Pushed Along, Frank Verbeck,



Panel cartoon: Little Willie's Dream, Rudolph Dirks,



One-shot: How Our Writers Get Local Color Into Thier Articles, signature appears to be "Maguinis",



One-shot: In the Nick Of Time, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,



News Illustration: The Storming of El Caney Blcok-House, Frederic Remington,



One-shot: The Finish of the Darktown Hook and Ladder Co., Thomas Worth,



One-shot: The Ambitious Pickaninny Who Aspired to Be a Blondin, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Not the Kind Mother Used to Make, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Bilkens Got Ahead Of Two Nexts, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Going to Catch It Anyway, Thomas S. Sullivant,



One-shot: Two Views of It, signed "A",



News Illustration: In a Hail of Shrapnel, Frederic Remmington,





News Illustration: Battlefield's of Cuba, Frederic Remington,





One-shot: There's Many a Slip Twixt the Cop and the Lip, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Poetry Versus Facts, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: Fashion Note From Manila, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Showing Why It Is Better to Leave a Parrot Alone, Dirks,





One-shot: A Good Thing---And How It Was Pushed Along, Frank Verbeck,





Panel cartoon: Little Willie's Dream, Rudolph Dirks,





One-shot: How Our Writers Get Local Color Into Thier Articles, signature appears to be "Maguinis",





One-shot: In the Nick Of Time, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,





News Illustration: The Storming of El Caney Blcok-House, Frederic Remington,





One-shot: The Finish of the Darktown Hook and Ladder Co., Thomas Worth,





One-shot: The Ambitious Pickaninny Who Aspired to Be a Blondin, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Not the Kind Mother Used to Make, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Bilkens Got Ahead Of Two Nexts, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Going to Catch It Anyway, Thomas S. Sullivant,





One-shot: Two Views of It, signed "A",





News Illustration: In a Hail of Shrapnel, Frederic Remmington,




Box SFS62-2-3
New York Journal, August 21, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Home Again, With the Soldier Boys at Montauk Point, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: A Modern Prixe Fight, According to Technical Description, creator unknown,



One-shot: They Came and Quaffed, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: An Ill Wind and What Blew It to Tommy, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Busted Bubble---A Tragedy In 6 Acts, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: An Embarrassing Request, T.S. Sullivant,



Illustration: Homeward Bound, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Freshly Varnished Floor, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Blasted Hope, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: How A Wagnerian Solo Played Havoc With a Horn, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Elephant That Went Roller-Skating, Dan Smith,



One-shot: Bull Fighting of the Future, Thomas Worth,



One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. and the Anti-Swearing Law, C.E. Toles,



Illustration: Cuba's Daily Drama, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: Home Again, With the Soldier Boys at Montauk Point, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: A Modern Prixe Fight, According to Technical Description, creator unknown,





One-shot: They Came and Quaffed, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: An Ill Wind and What Blew It to Tommy, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Busted Bubble---A Tragedy In 6 Acts, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: An Embarrassing Request, T.S. Sullivant,





Illustration: Homeward Bound, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Freshly Varnished Floor, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Blasted Hope, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: How A Wagnerian Solo Played Havoc With a Horn, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Elephant That Went Roller-Skating, Dan Smith,





One-shot: Bull Fighting of the Future, Thomas Worth,





One-shot: The Rev. Fiddle D.D. and the Anti-Swearing Law, C.E. Toles,





Illustration: Cuba's Daily Drama, H.B. Eddy,




Box SFS62-2-4
New York Journal, August 28, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Richest Man in America Comes Back to Lead the "400", creator unknown,



One-shot: The Intelligent Kyoodle and the Painful Corn, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Disastrous Shine, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: How the Old Man Was Beautified, R.F. Outcault,



Panel cartoon: Market Day in Centaurville, T.S. Sullivant,



One-shot: How Crafty Man Guarded Against Sand-Baggers, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: Hungry Haggerty's Rain; or, Caught In the Act, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Prof. Big Nose and His Wonderful Face, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: Done, B'Gosh, creator unknown,



Illustration: Snap-Shots At Camp Hero, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How Grandpop Acquired a Zoological Jag, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: How the Giants Won, Rigby,



One-shot: The Triumph of Editor Herr von Blowitz, creator unknown,



One-shot: Unintentional Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,



Illustration: USS Buccaneer, G.H. Coffine,





Illustration: Richest Man in America Comes Back to Lead the "400", creator unknown,





One-shot: The Intelligent Kyoodle and the Painful Corn, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Disastrous Shine, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: How the Old Man Was Beautified, R.F. Outcault,





Panel cartoon: Market Day in Centaurville, T.S. Sullivant,





One-shot: How Crafty Man Guarded Against Sand-Baggers, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: Hungry Haggerty's Rain; or, Caught In the Act, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Prof. Big Nose and His Wonderful Face, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: Done, B'Gosh, creator unknown,





Illustration: Snap-Shots At Camp Hero, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: The Coon Alphabet---With Pictures From Dixie Land, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How Grandpop Acquired a Zoological Jag, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: How the Giants Won, Rigby,





One-shot: The Triumph of Editor Herr von Blowitz, creator unknown,





One-shot: Unintentional Politeness, Carl T. Anderson,





Illustration: USS Buccaneer, G.H. Coffine,




Box SFS62-3-1
New York Journal, September 4, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Our Victorious Heroes, creator unknown,



Illustration: With the Sight-Seers, creator unknown,



Illustration: Our Two Flag Ships, creator unknown,



Illustration: Last Shots of the Campaign, creator unknown,



Illustration: Picturesque Porto Rico, creator unknown,



Illustration: How Are Army Was Received At Porto Rico, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: The Conspirators, Hy Mayer,



One-shot: The Elevator Indicator and---Uncle Eli's Heated Imagination, creator unknown,



One-shot: When New York Civilization Strikes the Philippines, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Elephant Takes a Birds-Eye View of the Landscape, Dan Smith,



One-shot: A New Version of Sir Walter Raleich's Famous Incident, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Reflections Awheel, H.B. Eddy,



Panel cartoon: A Forlorn Hope, C.E. Toles,



Illustration: Coming Down the Line, creator unknown,





Illustration: Our Victorious Heroes, creator unknown,





Illustration: With the Sight-Seers, creator unknown,





Illustration: Our Two Flag Ships, creator unknown,





Illustration: Last Shots of the Campaign, creator unknown,





Illustration: Picturesque Porto Rico, creator unknown,





Illustration: How Are Army Was Received At Porto Rico, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: The Conspirators, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Elevator Indicator and---Uncle Eli's Heated Imagination, creator unknown,





One-shot: When New York Civilization Strikes the Philippines, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Elephant Takes a Birds-Eye View of the Landscape, Dan Smith,





One-shot: A New Version of Sir Walter Raleich's Famous Incident, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Reflections Awheel, H.B. Eddy,





Panel cartoon: A Forlorn Hope, C.E. Toles,





Illustration: Coming Down the Line, creator unknown,




Box SFS62-3-2
New York Jounral, September 11, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: Five of the 400 in Fancy Dress, How Well-Known New York Society Women Appeared at Recent Social Functions, creator unknown,



Illustration: Snap-Shots at Everybody By the Journal's Camera, creator unknown,



Illustration: New Stage Beauties, H.B. Eddy,



Illustration: Picturesque Campaigning in Porto Rico, H.B. Eddy,



One-shot: How the Foolish Monkey Got Into Trouble, Gus Dirks,



Panel cartoon: The Upper Hand, T.S. Sullivant,



One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Ambitious Rhinoceros Who Wanted to do the Split, Dan Smith,



One-shot: An Unfair Exchange Which Was Almost Highway Robbery, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Here's a Suggestion to Hotels and Restaurants!, Hy Mayer,



Illustration: Sad Scenes When the Feeble and Starved Heroes of the 71st Marched Up Fifth Avenue, creator unknown,





Illustration: Five of the 400 in Fancy Dress, How Well-Known New York Society Women Appeared at Recent Social Functions, creator unknown,





Illustration: Snap-Shots at Everybody By the Journal's Camera, creator unknown,





Illustration: New Stage Beauties, H.B. Eddy,





Illustration: Picturesque Campaigning in Porto Rico, H.B. Eddy,





One-shot: How the Foolish Monkey Got Into Trouble, Gus Dirks,





Panel cartoon: The Upper Hand, T.S. Sullivant,





One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Ambitious Rhinoceros Who Wanted to do the Split, Dan Smith,





One-shot: An Unfair Exchange Which Was Almost Highway Robbery, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Here's a Suggestion to Hotels and Restaurants!, Hy Mayer,





Illustration: Sad Scenes When the Feeble and Starved Heroes of the 71st Marched Up Fifth Avenue, creator unknown,




Box SFS62-3-3
New York Journal, September 18, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Evolution of Some Well Known People Traced Back to Their Prehistoric Ancestors, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Undoing of Sheik Panhandla Ben Ali, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Foxy Gorilla and the Cocoanut Tree, Rigby,



Panel cartoon: No. 1---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: The Up-To-Date Mermaids and the Electric Fan, Hy Mayer,





One-shot: The Evolution of Some Well Known People Traced Back to Their Prehistoric Ancestors, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Undoing of Sheik Panhandla Ben Ali, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Foxy Gorilla and the Cocoanut Tree, Rigby,





Panel cartoon: No. 1---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: The Up-To-Date Mermaids and the Electric Fan, Hy Mayer,




Box SFS62-3-4
New York Journal, September 25, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: How to Make Our Department Stores More Attractive, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Uncle Elph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,



Illustration: Courtesy---The Nineteenth Century Crime, signed "M" (possibly Marriner),



One-shot: Some Signals of Distress Seen From a Back Window, Pechner,



Panel cartoon: Pleasant For the Target, Carl T. Anderson,



Panel cartoon: Under an Awful Cloud, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Crack Shot, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: No. 2---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: A Race In the Jungle, unknown, signature appears to be McAuley,





One-shot: How to Make Our Department Stores More Attractive, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Uncle Elph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,





Illustration: Courtesy---The Nineteenth Century Crime, signed "M" (possibly Marriner),





One-shot: Some Signals of Distress Seen From a Back Window, Pechner,





Panel cartoon: Pleasant For the Target, Carl T. Anderson,





Panel cartoon: Under an Awful Cloud, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Crack Shot, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: No. 2---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: A Race In the Jungle, unknown, signature appears to be McAuley,




Box SFS62-4-1
New York Journal, October 2, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Illustration: The Four Forty-Million Heiresses of the Late William H. Vanderbilt, H.B. Eddy,



Brand New Jokes of Our Funniest Comedians, creator unknown,



Illustration: The Latest Crop of French Beauties at the Paris Theatres, W. Smith,



Illustration: New Fall Veils, W. Clifton,



Illustration: Our Queer New Citizens In the Philipine Islands, creator unknown,



Illustration: Flashlight Photographs Behind the Scenes At the New York Theatres Taken for the Sunday Journal, creator unknown,



Cartoon Editorial: War's Awful Aftermath---The Souvenir Craze, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: No. 3---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: A Hair-Lifting Episode In the Wooly West, Greening,



One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Some Honorary Orders and Titles, unknown, signature appears to be McAuley,



Assorted Panel Cartoons: Didn't Understand, Pure Envy, On the Carousel, A Liguid Yield, signed "M" (Marriner),



One-shot: How a Fisherman Went Sailing Into the West, C.E. Toles,



One-shot: Straight to the Pole, creator unknown,



Illustration: Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, W. Clifton,





Illustration: The Four Forty-Million Heiresses of the Late William H. Vanderbilt, H.B. Eddy,





Brand New Jokes of Our Funniest Comedians, creator unknown,





Illustration: The Latest Crop of French Beauties at the Paris Theatres, W. Smith,





Illustration: New Fall Veils, W. Clifton,





Illustration: Our Queer New Citizens In the Philipine Islands, creator unknown,





Illustration: Flashlight Photographs Behind the Scenes At the New York Theatres Taken for the Sunday Journal, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: War's Awful Aftermath---The Souvenir Craze, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: No. 3---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: A Hair-Lifting Episode In the Wooly West, Greening,





One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Some Honorary Orders and Titles, unknown, signature appears to be McAuley,





Assorted Panel Cartoons: Didn't Understand, Pure Envy, On the Carousel, A Liguid Yield, signed "M" (Marriner),





One-shot: How a Fisherman Went Sailing Into the West, C.E. Toles,





One-shot: Straight to the Pole, creator unknown,





Illustration: Mount Vesuvius in Eruption, W. Clifton,




Box SFS62-4-2
New York Journal, October 9, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Afro-American Invasion of the Drama, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Railroad to Repentance; or, When Black Was White, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Appearnaces Against Him, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: Startling Generosity, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Seats of the Mighty, Frank Verbeck,



One-shot: New Light on Napoleon, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Another Search for the Pole, Rigby,



One-shot: The Souvenir Craze and Women's Ways, Gus Dirks,



Panel cartoon: No. 4---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: The Afro-American Invasion of the Drama, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Railroad to Repentance; or, When Black Was White, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Appearnaces Against Him, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: Startling Generosity, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Seats of the Mighty, Frank Verbeck,





One-shot: New Light on Napoleon, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Another Search for the Pole, Rigby,





One-shot: The Souvenir Craze and Women's Ways, Gus Dirks,





Panel cartoon: No. 4---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,




Box SFS62-4-3
New York Journal, October 16, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Modern Improvements In Ancient Times, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Foolish Kangeroo Who Wouldn't Look Before the Lion Leaped, Gus Dirks,



Panel cartoon: No Balm in Gilead, signed -M- (Marriner),



Panel cartoon: Origin of the "Been to the Lodge" Story, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: A Cruel Blow, Barc,



Panel cartoon: No. 5---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: What Happens to Bad Boys Who Are Cruel to Dumb Animals, creator unknown,





One-shot: Modern Improvements In Ancient Times, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream Book, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Foolish Kangeroo Who Wouldn't Look Before the Lion Leaped, Gus Dirks,





Panel cartoon: No Balm in Gilead, signed -M- (Marriner),





Panel cartoon: Origin of the "Been to the Lodge" Story, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: A Cruel Blow, Barc,





Panel cartoon: No. 5---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: What Happens to Bad Boys Who Are Cruel to Dumb Animals, creator unknown,




Box SFS62-4-4
New York Journal, October 23, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: What Caused the Downfall of the Emporer of China, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: How a Bohemian Was Brought to Bay By Beauty, creator unknown,



One-shot: How Herr Pretzel Boomed Business With the Help of His Dog Schneider, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Up-To-Date Diagram, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: No. 6---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 1 Refreshment, Marriner,





One-shot: What Caused the Downfall of the Emporer of China, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Uncle Eph's Dream, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: How a Bohemian Was Brought to Bay By Beauty, creator unknown,





One-shot: How Herr Pretzel Boomed Business With the Help of His Dog Schneider, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Up-To-Date Diagram, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: No. 6---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 1 Refreshment, Marriner,




Box SFS62-4-5
New York Journal, October 30, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: The Cyrano De Bercerac Craze, Walt McDougall,



Panel cartoon: Annals of an Alliance, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: In 1900, H.B. Eddy,



Panel cartoon: The Cause of the Quarrel, creator unknown,



One-shot: A Tale of the Interior, creator unknown,



One-shot: African Arithmetic, Carl T. Anderson,



One-shot: Usefulness Sometimes Dangerous, Hy Mayer,



Panel cartoon: No. 7---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 2, Entertainment, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Cyrano De Bercerac Craze, Walt McDougall,





Panel cartoon: Annals of an Alliance, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: In 1900, H.B. Eddy,





Panel cartoon: The Cause of the Quarrel, creator unknown,





One-shot: A Tale of the Interior, creator unknown,





One-shot: African Arithmetic, Carl T. Anderson,





One-shot: Usefulness Sometimes Dangerous, Hy Mayer,





Panel cartoon: No. 7---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 2, Entertainment, creator unknown,




Box SFS62-5-1
New York Journal, November 6, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The Kaiser's Swing Around the Oriental Circle, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: When Rogues Run Out Then Honest Men Get Done, Gus Dirks,



Panel cartoon: No. 8---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: There Are More Ways Than One to Put a Thing On Canvas, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: At the Zoo After the Introduction of Eccentric Mirrors, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Bear Didn't Know Uncle Zeb's Wooden Leg Was Loaded, E.W. Kemble,





Cartoon Editorial: The Kaiser's Swing Around the Oriental Circle, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: When Rogues Run Out Then Honest Men Get Done, Gus Dirks,





Panel cartoon: No. 8---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: There Are More Ways Than One to Put a Thing On Canvas, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: At the Zoo After the Introduction of Eccentric Mirrors, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Bear Didn't Know Uncle Zeb's Wooden Leg Was Loaded, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-5-2
New York Journal, November 13, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Up-To-Date Utilitarianism; or, Converting an Evil Force Into a Power for Good, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: The Triumph of Realism, Fenderson,



Panel cartoon: Her Methods, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Comic Animal Alphabet, T.S. Sullivant,



Panel cartoon: No. 9---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Cartoon Editorial: The Modern Tactics of the French Army, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Up-To-Date Utilitarianism; or, Converting an Evil Force Into a Power for Good, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: The Triumph of Realism, Fenderson,





Panel cartoon: Her Methods, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Comic Animal Alphabet, T.S. Sullivant,





Panel cartoon: No. 9---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Cartoon Editorial: The Modern Tactics of the French Army, Walt McDougall,




Box SFS62-5-3
New York Journal, November 20, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Some Thanksgiving Dinners in the Greater United States, Walt McDougall,



Illustration: Turkey, J.R.F.,



Panel cartoon: Thanksgiving Birds---A Farewell Lay---It Needs No Words---Alack-A-Day!, creator unknown,



One-shot: The Turkey or the Tiger---The Survival of the Fattest, Swinnerton,



Panel cartoon: No. 10---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: Why the Turkey Had Cause to be Thankful, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Some Thanksgiving Dinners in the Greater United States, Walt McDougall,





Illustration: Turkey, J.R.F.,





Panel cartoon: Thanksgiving Birds---A Farewell Lay---It Needs No Words---Alack-A-Day!, creator unknown,





One-shot: The Turkey or the Tiger---The Survival of the Fattest, Swinnerton,





Panel cartoon: No. 10---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: Why the Turkey Had Cause to be Thankful, E.W. Kemble,




Box SFS62-5-4
New York Journal, November 27, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


Cartoon Editorial: The Great American Installment Plan Habit, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: The Little Tigers Take a Tumble to Themselves, Swinnerton,



One-shot: How the Blackberry Kids Spoiled the Bread and Raised Old Nick, Fen,



One-shot: The Shadows of a Great City, Marriner,



One-shot: How the Acrobat Told His Tale of Adoration, Fen,



Panel cartoon: No. 11---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 3, Excitement, creator unknown,





Cartoon Editorial: The Great American Installment Plan Habit, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: The Little Tigers Take a Tumble to Themselves, Swinnerton,





One-shot: How the Blackberry Kids Spoiled the Bread and Raised Old Nick, Fen,





One-shot: The Shadows of a Great City, Marriner,





One-shot: How the Acrobat Told His Tale of Adoration, Fen,





Panel cartoon: No. 11---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





Panel cartoon: In Davy Jones's Locker---No. 3, Excitement, creator unknown,




Box SFS62-6-1
New York Journal, December 4, 1898,

Dimensions: 42 x 54 cm


One-shot: Practical Application of a Popular Mechanical Toy, Walt McDougall,



One-shot: Posession Is Nine Points of the Law, E.W. Kemble,



One-shot: Ancient Statuary with an Up-To-Date Finish, creator unknown,



Panel cartoon: From Small Perils to Great Dangers, Marriner,



One-shot: The Plagues of Egypt as Described by the First Funny Man, Fenderson,



Panel cartoon: And Very Bright, Too, Marriner,



Panel cartoon: No. 12---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,



One-shot: A Romeo's Ruination; or, Why Queues Should Be Abolished, Fen,





One-shot: Practical Application of a Popular Mechanical Toy, Walt McDougall,





One-shot: Posession Is Nine Points of the Law, E.W. Kemble,





One-shot: Ancient Statuary with an Up-To-Date Finish, creator unknown,





Panel cartoon: From Small Perils to Great Dangers, Marriner,





One-shot: The Plagues of Egypt as Described by the First Funny Man, Fenderson,





Panel cartoon: And Very Bright, Too, Marriner,





Panel cartoon: No. 12---In the Garden of Eden With Father Adam, T.S. Allen,





One-shot: A Romeo's Ruination; or, Why Queues Should Be Abolished, Fen,




Box SFS62-6-2
New York Journal, December 11, 1898,

Dimensions: </