Tuesday, August 14, 2018

 

Hearst's American Weekly Cover Index Part VI: 1936 - 1940



The 1930's are a bad decade for completeness in my index, but this second half of the decade is a lot better than the first half. Still a lot of pseudo-science and pop history content, but this is pretty much the last of that stuff.

Some highlights of the late 1930s are the Salvador Dali covers, which attract a lot of art collector interest on eBay when they rarely show up. There's also the only American Weekly cover series by famed pin-up artist Zoe Mozert. A series on regional cooking by the great James Montgomery Flagg is a criminal waste of his great talent.

In late 1939 we get some prime Stripper's Guide fodder, Flossy Frills by Russell Patterson. She'll appear in several series into the early 1940s.

Some notes on the listings:

* when you see a "#", that means that the cover is part of a numbered series and the number is given on the cover. Sometimes I remembered to write that down, sometimes I didn't so its catch-as-catch-can. If a series cover explicitly states that it is the first or final installment and its not obvious from the surrounding dates, I sometimes note that as "(start)" or "(end)".
* when I say "(story illo) that means that the cover is illustrating a text story in the magazine.
* I don't make guesses about covers I haven't seen. Therefore, even if I have one missing issue between installment 2 and 4 of a series, I resist the urge to assume what may be obvious.
* When a cover is descibed as, say, "Famous Fishes (Herring)", that means that the cover is part of a series titled Famous Fishes, and this particular cover depicts the herring.
 



DateCover TitleCreator
01/05/36Episodes from the Arabian NightsAndre
01/12/36Sea ShroudC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Sinclair Gluck)
01/19/36How Man Will Look and Live 20,000 Years From NowUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
01/26/36How Man Will Look and Live 20,000 Years From NowUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
02/02/36Pictorial History of the Queen of Sheba by an Ethiopian ArtistReproduced historical period art
02/09/36American Beauties #1-The Georgia PeachHenry Clive
02/16/36American Beauties #2-Girl of the Golden WestHenry Clive
02/23/36American Beauties #3-Rose of the RanchoHenry Clive
03/01/36American Beauties #4-Belle of New YorkHenry Clive
03/08/36American Beauties #5-Girl of the NorthwestHenry Clive
03/15/36American Beauties #6-Pride of the PrairieHenry Clive
03/22/36American Beauties #7-Way Down EastHenry Clive
03/29/36Work-a-Day LadyC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Maysie Greig)
04/05/36?
04/12/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
04/19/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
04/26/36?
05/03/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
05/10/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
05/17/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
05/24/36the Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
05/31/36The Song of SolomonEdmund Dulac
06/07/36160th Anniversary of the Declaration of IndependenceReproduced historical period art
06/14/36160th Anniversary of the Declaration of IndependenceReproduced historical period art
06/21/36160th Anniversary of Declaration of IndependenceReproduced historical period art
06/28/36160th Anniversary of Declaration of IndependenceReproduced historical period art
07/05/36Scenes in the Savior's Life depicted on Russian IconsReproduced historical period art
07/12/36Box CarC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Madeleine Sharps Buchanan)
07/19/36Seven Types of American GirlsZoe Mozert
07/26/36Seven Types of American Girls #2 SophisticationZoe Mozert
08/02/36?
08/09/36Seven Types of American Girls #4 DebutanteZoe Mozert
08/16/36Seven Types of American Girls #5 AmiabilityZoe Mozert
08/23/36Seven Types of American Girls #6 IntellectualZoe Mozert
08/30/36?
09/06/36Mystery WomanC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Evelyn Murray Campbell)
09/13/36Signing the Constitution of the United StatesReproduced historical period art
09/20/36Awake, or Freedom's Guardian DiesLee Conrey, poem by Edwin Markham
09/27/36Other Suns with Worlds of their Own like OursUncredited illustrations
10/04/36Other Suns with Worlds of their Own like OursUncredited illustrations
10/11/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
10/18/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
10/25/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
11/01/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
11/08/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
11/15/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
11/22/36PetsM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
11/29/36Challenge to Happiness
C.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Maysie Greig)
12/06/36Job Illustrated by William BlakeReproduced historical period art
12/13/36Job Illustrated by William BlakeReproduced historical period art
12/20/36Strange Creatures of the SeaWilliam Crowder
12/27/36Strange Creatures of the SeaWilliam Crowder
01/03/37?
01/10/37?
01/17/37New Light on Ancient Egyptian Life and ReligionReproduced historical period art
01/24/37?
01/31/37Visions of an Artist-Mirage on the DesertHenry Clive
02/07/37Visions of an Artist - The DawnHenry Clive
02/14/37Visions of an Artist - The AuroraHenry Clive
02/21/37Visions of an Artist - Maid of the MistHenry Clive
02/28/37?
03/07/37?
03/14/37Newly Discovered Frescoes in Egyptian TombsReproduced historical period art
03/21/37Proxy PrincessIllegible signature (story illo, author Clinton Lowndes)
03/28/37Beauty and the Beast - Maids of Athens and the MinotaurEdmund Dulac
04/04/37Beauty and the Beast - Nymphs and SatyrsEdmund Dulac
04/11/37Beauty and the Beast - Saint Martha and the DragonEdmund Dulac
04/18/37Beauty and the Beast - The Centaurs and the Lapithae WomenEdmund Dulac
04/25/37?
05/02/37Beauty and the Beast - The HippogriffEdmund Dulac
05/09/37Beauty and the Beast - Hanuman Bids Sita FarewellEdmund Dulac
05/16/37CurtainsC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Frederic Arnold Kummer)
05/23/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
05/30/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
06/06/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
06/13/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
06/20/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
06/27/37?
07/04/37Guests we never Invite AgainFish
07/11/37?
07/18/37?
07/25/37?
08/02/37Our Caveman AncestorsCharles R. Knight
08/09/37?
08/16/37?
08/23/37?
08/30/37?
09/05/37Paintings by American IndiansReproduced historical period art
09/12/37Songs that will Live Forever - You're the Flower of my Heart, Sweet AdelineHenry Clive
09/19/37Songs that will Live Forever - Aloha OeHenry Clive
09/26/37Songs that will Live Forever - Annie LaurieHenry Clive
10/04/37?
10/11/37?
10/18/37?
10/25/37?
11/01/37?
11/08/37Conquest of the AirSalvador Dali
11/15/37?
11/22/37?
11/29/37?
12/05/37Themes of the Operas - Three NornsAndre
12/12/37Themes of the Operas Siegfried and the DragonAndre
12/19/37Themes of the Operas -Lohengrin - The Swan SongAndre
12/26/37Paintings for the Smart Set of Ancient RomeReproduced historical period art
01/02/38Empires of the Moon #1-Aaron Burr and the Maid of Half-way HillIllegible signature, author H. Bedford Jones
01/09/38Social LifeSalvador Dali
01/16/38Industrial LifeSalvador Dali
01/23/38Awful Week-endsFish
01/30/38Awful Week-endsFish
02/06/38Awful Week-endsFish
02/13/38Awful Week-endsFish
02/20/38Awful Week-endsFish
02/27/38Awful Week-endsFish
03/06/38Awful Week-endsFish
03/13/38Awful Week-endsFish
03/20/38Newly discovered Frescoes in Egyptian TombsReproduced historical period art
03/27/38How Old is the Book of Kells?Reproduced historical period art
04/03/38Ark of FireVirgil Finlay
04/10/38American Butterflies-Some Fantasies in Human EntomologyAlastair K. MacDonald
04/17/38American Birds-Some Fantasies in Human OrnithologyAlastair K. MacDonald
04/24/38American Pests-More Fantasies in Human EntomologyAlastair K. MacDonald
05/01/38When the Moon Breaks UpUncredited illustrations, article by Lucien Rudaux
05/08/38When the Moon Breaks Up Part 2Uncredited illustrations, article by Lucien Rudaux
05/15/38Weird Creatures of the SeaWilliam Crowder
05/22/38Weird Creatures of the SeaWilliam Crowder
05/29/38Portals of IllusionLee Conrey (story illo, writer H. Bedford-Jones)
06/05/38Fighting Women - PenthesileaEdmund Dulac
06/12/38Fighting Women-Hercules and HippolyteEdmund Dulac
06/19/38Fighting Women - ThomyrisEdmund Dulac
06/26/38Fighting Women -ZenobiaEdmund Dulac
07/03/38Fighting Women - Joan of ArcEdmund Dulac
07/10/38Fighting Women - Mu-LanEdmund Dulac
07/17/38Fighting Women-Molly PitcherEdmund Dulac
07/24/38Any City's BroadwayGarretto
07/31/38In the Ancient Tomb of Menna the ScribeReproduced historical period art
08/07/38Men as her Stepping-StonesC.D. Mitchell, illustration for fiction by Maysie Grieg
08/14/38Themes of the Operas - Die WalkuereAndre
08/21/38Themes of the Operas - The RhinegoldAndre
08/28/38Themes of the Operas - Wagner's Flying DutchmanAndre
09/04/38Treasure of the Mysterious Chimus God Naymlapphotos
09/11/38If Man had the Natural Gifts of AnimalsUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
09/18/38If Man had the Natural Gifts of AnimalsUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
09/25/38A Girl in every Port #1-Rio de JaneiroHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
10/02/38A Girl in every Port #2-MarseillesHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells Henry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
10/09/38A Girl in every Port #3-SingaporeHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
10/16/38A Girl in every Port #4-San FranciscoHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
10/23/38A Girl in every Port #5-VladivostokHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
10/30/38A Girl in every Port #6-NaplesHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
11/06/38A Girl in every Port #7-TunisHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
11/13/38A Girl in every Port #8-RotterdamHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
11/20/38Adventures of Mohammed's Uncle HamzahReproduced historical period art
11/27/38Adventures of Mohammed's Uncle HamzahReproduced historical period art
12/04/38American Mixed FruitsAlastair K. MacDonald
12/11/38All-American LuncheonsAlastair K. MacDonald
12/18/38American FlowersAlastair K. MacDonald
12/25/38Precious Prayer-book of a Mighty Medieval PrinceReproduced historical period art
01/01/39Legends of the American Indians #1 The Rainbow BoyAndre
01/08/39Prayer-book of Philip the GoodReproduced historical period art
01/15/39Death and the MaidenElise Parks (story illustration)
01/22/39Marvels of Marine LifeWilliam Crowder
01/29/39Marvels of Marine LifeWilliam Crowder
02/05/39Marvels of Marine LifeWilliam Crowder
02/12/39Marvels of Marine LifeWilliam Crowder
02/19/39In the Palace of the Man-bullReproduced historical period art
02/26/39Legends of the American Indians #2 Why Mocassins have StringsAndre
03/05/39Legends of the Aamerican Indians #3 Son of the Evening StarAndre
03/12/39Bible Scenes exquisitely Portrayed on IconsReproduced historical period art
03/19/39Visions of Artists #1-TannhauserAndre
03/26/39Visions of Artists #2 Henry Clive
04/02/39How Healing BeganReproduced historical period art
04/09/39The Lord's Prayer in PicturesReproduced historical period art
04/16/39Red headM. Victor C. De Tchetchet (text by Anita Loos)
04/23/39BlondeM. Victor C. De Tchetchet (text by Anita Loos)
04/30/39BrunetteM. Victor C. De Tchetchet (text by Anita Loos)
05/07/39?
05/14/39?
05/21/39SummerAlastair K. MacDonald
05/28/39Mysterious Light of the NightLucien Rudaux
06/04/39Mysterious Light of the NightLucien Rudaux
06/11/39?
06/18/39Impressions of America-Some American SweetsAlastair K. MacDonald
06/25/39As the Pharaohs saw Things - #1 The SportswomanReproduced historical period art
07/02/39As The Pharaohs Saw Things #2 - Some Animals and a Couple of BirdsReproduced historical period art
07/09/39As the Pharaohs saw Things - #3 Night ClubsReproduced historical period art
07/16/39As the Pharaohs saw Things #4 Birds and Naturally a Bug or TwoReproduced historical period art
07/23/39The Red CarnationElise Parks (story illustration, author Burton Stevenson)
07/30/39Social Problems #1Fish
08/06/39Social Problems #2Fish
08/13/39Social Problems #3Fish
08/20/39Social Problems #4Fish
08/27/39Social Problems #5Fish
09/03/39The Trend of LifeWilliam Crowder
09/10/39Cooking around America #1 Northwest Fried TroutJames Montgomery Flagg
09/17/39Cooking around America #2 Way Down EastJames Montgomery Flagg
09/24/39Cooking around America #3 Middle WestJames Montgomery Flagg
10/01/39Cooking around America #4 San FranciscoJames Montgomery Flagg
10/08/39Cooking around America #5 SouthwestJames Montgomery Flagg
10/15/39Cooking around America #6 The SouthJames Montgomery Flagg
10/22/39Cooking around America #7 Southern CaliforniaJames Montgomery Flagg
10/29/39New Mysteries of the Sky RevealedWilliam Crowder (article by Robert R. Coles)
11/05/39New Mysteries of the Sky RevealedWilliam Crowder (article by Robert R. Coles)
11/12/39Flossy Frills #1Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
11/19/39Flossy Frills #2Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
11/26/39Flossy Frills #3Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
12/03/39Flossy Frills #4Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
12/10/39Flossy Frills #5Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
12/17/39Flossy Frills #6Russell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
12/24/39Flossy FrillsRussell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
12/31/39The Statue of LibertyE.M. Jackson, poem by Edgar Lee Masters
01/07/40Flossy FrillsRussell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
01/14/40Flossy FrillsRussell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
01/21/40Flossy FrillsRussell Patterson, verses by Carolyn Wells
01/28/40SpringAlastair K. MacDonald
02/04/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #1 The Tale of Arthur's Sword ExcaliburEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
02/11/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #2 Tale of Sir Tristram and the Love PotionEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
02/18/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #3 Tale of the Enchantress and the Magic ScabbardEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
02/25/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #4 Tale of Sir Galahad and his Quest for the SangrealEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
03/03/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #5 Tale of Launcelot and the Four QueensEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
03/10/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #6 Tale of Merlin and one of the Ladies of the LakeEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
03/17/407 Tales from King Arthur's Court - #7 The Tale of how Sir Launcelot Slew Sir AgravaineEdmund Dulac, article by John Erskine
03/24/40Easter BlossomsHenry Clive, verses by Phyllis McGinley
03/31/40The Finishing TouchHenry Clive, verses by Phyllis McGinley
04/07/40Legends of the American IndiansAndre
04/14/40Legends of the American IndiansAndre
04/21/40A Fleet of GirlsAlastair K. MacDonald
04/28/40Weird Beauties of the PacificWilliam Crowder
05/05/40Weird Beauties of the PacificWilliam Crowder
05/12/40What the Stars say about your BirthdayErte
05/19/40What the Stars say about your BirthdayErte
05/26/40What the Stars say about your BirthdayErte
06/02/40What the Stars say about your BirthdayErte
06/09/40The First Rose of SummerHenry Clive, verses by Phyllis McGinley
06/16/40Summer HoneyHenry Clive, verses by Phyllis McGinley
06/23/40Dress RehearsalAlastair K. MacDonald
06/30/40Fourth of July: The American IdeaReproduced historical period art
07/07/40Gorgeous Palace of King Tut's Father-in-lawPhotos
07/14/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
07/21/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
07/28/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
08/04/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
08/11/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
08/18/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
08/25/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
09/01/40Instantaneous EtiquetteFish, with text by Bugs Baer
09/08/40America's First Medical BookUncredited illustrations
09/15/40Perfuming the RoseHenry Clive, with verses by Phyllis McGinley
09/22/40Painting the LilyHenry Clive, with verses by Phyllis McGinley
09/29/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #1Willy Pogany
10/06/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #2Willy Pogany
10/13/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #3Willy Pogany
10/20/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #4Willy Pogany
10/27/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #5Willy Pogany
11/03/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #6Willy Pogany
11/10/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #7Willy Pogany
11/17/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #8Willy Pogany
11/24/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #9Willy Pogany
12/01/4010 Tales from the Kalevala #10Willy Pogany
12/08/40New Mysteries of the SkyWilliam Crowder, with text by Robert R. Coles
12/15/40Hair-doHenry Clive, with verses by Phyllis McGinley
12/22/40Merry ChristmasHenry Clive
12/29/40WinterAlastair K. MacDonald, with verses by Phyllis McGinley

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Monday, August 13, 2018

 

Hearst's American Weekly Cover Index Part V: 1931 - 1935



The 1930s are a bad decade for my index, but an anonymous tip to check the Milwaukee Sentinel on Google News Archive filled in a ton of gaps at the last minute.

Apparently during most of this decade, Hearst only allowed his own papers to run the American Weekly section, so the availability on microfilm is very sparse. It wasn't a great decade for cartoon covers anyway; there was a lot of pseudo-science and pop history using up cover space.

Some notes on the listings:

* when you see a "#", that means that the cover is part of a numbered series and the number is given on the cover. Sometimes I remembered to write that down, sometimes I didn't so its catch-as-catch-can. If a series cover explicitly states that it is the first or final installment and its not obvious from the surrounding dates, I sometimes note that as "(start)" or "(end)".
* when I say "(story illo) that means that the cover is illustrating a text story in the magazine.
* I don't make guesses about covers I haven't seen. Therefore, even if I have one missing issue between installment 2 and 4 of a series, I resist the urge to assume what may be obvious.
* When a cover is descibed as, say, "Famous Fishes (Herring)", that means that the cover is part of a series titled Famous Fishes, and this particular cover depicts the herring.


DateTitleCreator
01/04/31What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
01/11/31What will Future Man be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
01/18/31Newest discoveries at KnossosReproduced historical period art
01/25/31Newest Discoveries at KnossosReproduced historical period art
02/01/31Lovely ClayC.D. Mitchell (story illustration, author Maysie Greig)
02/08/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Perseus and Andromeda)Edmund Dulac
02/15/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Pan and Syrinx)Edmund Dulac
02/22/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Psyche and Eros)Edmund Dulac
03/01/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Circe and Ulysses)Edmund Dulac
03/08/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Orpheus and Eurydice)Edmund Dulac
03/15/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Europa and Zeus)Edmund Dulac
03/22/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Selene and Endymion)Edmund Dulac
03/29/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Hercules and Dejanira)Edmund Dulac
04/05/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Persephone and Pluto)Edmund Dulac
04/12/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Venus and Adonis)Edmund Dulac
04/19/31Love Stories the Ancients Believed In (Medea and Jason)Edmund Dulac
04/26/31?
05/03/31What Science now Knows about the Planet MarsUncredited illustrations
05/10/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
05/17/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
05/24/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
05/31/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
06/07/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
06/14/31Private Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
06/21/31Pirates BoldDwight Franklin (photos of wax sculptures)
06/28/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/05/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/12/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/19/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/26/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
08/02/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
08/09/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
08/16/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
08/23/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
08/30/31Curious KittyFish, with verses by Carolyn Wells
09/06/31If the Earth becomes Uninhabitable where shall we Go? (chapter 1)Uncredited illustrations
09/13/31If the Earth becomes Uninhabitable where shall we Go? (chapter 2)Uncredited illustrations
09/20/31If the Earth becomes Uninhabitable where shall we Go? (chapter 3)Uncredited illustrations
09/27/31Painting His Pictures UnderwaterE. Cheverlange
10/04/31?
10/11/31When a King had to be a Real ManReproduced historical period art
10/18/31A Painter Interprets Beethoven: Music Translated into PicturesJose Segrelles
10/25/31The House Next DoorC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Burton Stevenson)
11/01/31Why Astronomers Suspect the Earth has another MoonUncredited illustrations
11/08/31Every Brush Stroke Washed Away a SinReproduced historical period art
11/15/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 1)Uncredited illustrations
11/22/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 2)Uncredited illustrations
11/29/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 3)Uncredited illustrations
12/06/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 4)Uncredited illustrations
12/13/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 5)Uncredited illustrations
12/20/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 6)Uncredited illustrations
12/27/31A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 7)Uncredited illustrations
01/03/32A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 8)Uncredited illustrations
01/10/32A Race of Supermen who Perished 20,000 Years Ago (chapter 9)Uncredited illustrations
01/17/32The Spanish LadyC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Frederic Arnold Kummer)
01/24/32The First Pictures Ever PrintedReproduced historical period art
01/31/32Royal Palace Luxuries of 4,000 Years AgoReproduced historical period art
02/07/32Forlorn Fantastic Pluto the Newly Discovered PlanetUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
02/14/32Washington's Farewell AddressUncredited illustration
02/21/32George WashingtonGilbert Stuart painting reproduction
02/28/32General Washington Receives the Surrender of the British at YorktownV. de Paredes painting reproduction
03/06/32Washington Crossing the DelawareEmanuel Leutze painting reproduction
03/13/32Washington's Triumphal Entry into New York in 1783Reproduced historical period art
03/20/32President Washington's Affectionate Farewell to his MotherW.H. Powell painting reproduction
03/27/32Washington's Farewell to his GeneralsReproduced historical period art
04/03/32The Dude Ranch MysteryC.D. Mitchell (story illustration, author Mark Plum)
04/10/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (Cinderella and Prince Charming)Edmund Dulac
04/17/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (Prince Ahmed and Peri-Banu)Edmund Dulac
04/24/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (The Goose-Girl)Edmund Dulac
05/01/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (Ivan and the Chestnut Horse)Edmund Dulac
05/08/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (The Prince and the Sleeping Beauty)Edmund Dulac
05/15/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (Ta-Khai and the Bird Feng)Edmund Dulac
05/22/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (The Princess and the Enchanted Stag)Edmund Dulac
05/29/32Enchanting Fairyland Lovers (The Fisherman and the Dragon King's Daughter)Edmund Dulac
06/05/32History and Religion in Indian ArtReproduced historical period art
06/12/32DesireC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Madeleine Sharps Buchanan)
06/19/32?
06/26/32How the Moon may Reveal Secrets of the Earth's AtmosphereUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
07/03/32The Life of Christ in Pictures 700 Years OldReproduced historical period art
07/10/32A Dog's LifeG.E. Studdy
07/17/32?
07/24/32A Dog's LifeG.E. Studdy
07/31/32A Dog's LifeG.E. Studdy
08/07/32?
08/14/32?
08/21/32?
08/28/32?
09/04/32Pets - Bill and CooHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
09/11/32The Beret From ParisC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Sally Elliott Allen)
09/18/32Pets #4 - ThoroughbredsHenry Clive, verses by Carolyn Wells
09/25/32?
10/02/32?
10/09/32?
10/16/32Fantastic Difficulties of a Journey to the PlanetsUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
10/23/32Fantastic Difficulties of a Journey to the PlanetsUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
10/30/32?
11/06/32Restoring the Priceless Frescoes in India's Cave MonasteriesReproduced historical period art
11/13/32The Justice of the DesertC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Joan Kennedy)
11/20/32Venus, Brilliant Mystery of the HeavensUncredited illustrations
11/27/32Women of Earlier CenturiesMiss E. Harding
12/04/32?
12/11/32From Ocean DepthsWilliam Crowder
12/18/32From Ocean DepthsWilliam Crowder
12/25/32From Ocean DepthsWilliam Crowder
01/01/33?
01/08/33Dance of the VirginsC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Pearl Bank Steward)
01/15/33Man's Insect EnemiesIllegible signature
01/22/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
01/29/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
02/05/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
02/12/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
02/19/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
02/26/33Can Man Change the Universe to Suit his Needs?Uncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
03/05/33?
03/12/33Frescoes from an American Temple 1500 Years OldReproduced historical period art
03/19/33How the Mysterious Mayans Made WarReproduced historical period art
03/26/33Buy AmericanHoward Chandler Christy
04/02/33Big TimeC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Rae Chadwell)
04/09/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Iris and the God of Sleep)Edmund Dulac
04/16/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Echo and Narcissus)Edmund Dulac
04/23/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Hercules and Hebe)Edmund Dulac
04/30/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Glaucus and Scylla)Edmund Dulac
05/07/33?
05/14/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Diana and Actaeon)Edmund Dulac
05/21/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Ariadne and Bacchus)Edmund Dulac
05/28/33Myths the Ancients Believed (Flora and Zephyr)Edmund Dulac
06/04/33Mystery of the Cosmic Rays that Bombard the EarthUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
06/11/33Cupids (#1 - Dutch)Henry Clive, with verses by Carolyn Wells
06/18/33Cupids (#2 - Indian)Henry Clive, with verses by Carolyn Wells
06/25/33Cupids (#3 - Spanish)Henry Clive, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/02/33?
07/09/33Cupids (#5 - Irish)Henry Clive, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/16/33Cupids (#6 - Chinese)Henry Clive, with verses by Carolyn Wells
07/23/33?
07/30/33The Eye of the DragonC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Herbert Jensen)
08/06/33Dramatic Episodes of History Modeled in WaxDwight Franklin
08/13/33Humanity's Earliest ArtReproduced historical period art
08/20/33Home Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
08/27/33?
09/03/33Home Life of the Ancient EgyptiansReproduced historical period art
09/10/33?
09/17/33?
09/24/33?
10/01/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
10/08/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
10/15/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
10/22/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
10/29/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
11/05/33If the Earth Suddenly Stopped RevolvingUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
11/12/33If the Earth Speeded up its MovementsUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
11/19/33Patriotism Turns the Wheels of IndustryVincent Aderente
11/26/33Columbia Sows the Seed of ProsperityVincent Aderente
12/03/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
12/10/33City ShadowsPercy Crosby
12/17/33What Will Bring the World to an End?Uncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
12/24/33What Will Bring the World to an End?Uncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
12/31/33What Will Bring the World to an End?Uncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
01/07/34Love, Honor and DeceiveC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Howard Rockey)
01/14/34Pictures from the Queen of Sheba's BibleReproduced historical period art
01/21/34?
01/28/34?
02/04/34?
02/11/34?
02/18/34Darlings of the Poets (Moon of my Delight)Henry Clive
02/25/34?
03/04/34Darlings of the Poets (Tennyson's Elaine)Henry Clive
03/11/34When Showers of Shooting Stars Illuminate the SkyUncredited illustrations
03/18/34Holy Images by Mexican Indian PrimitivesReproduced historical period art
03/25/34From a Roman VillaReproduced historical period art
04/01/34Quaint Paintings of Troubadors and their Lady-LovesReproduced historical period art
04/08/34Curious Little Worlds in the Sky We Cannot SeeUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
04/15/34?
04/22/34Prehistoric African ArtReproduced historical period art
04/29/34?
05/06/34?
05/13/34?
05/20/34?
05/27/34Follies that Destroyed Famous Queens (Queen Chand)Edmund Dulac
06/03/34?
06/10/34Follies that Destroyed Famous Queens (Mary Queen of Scots)Edmund Dulac
06/17/34Gorgeous Finery of a Queen of 5000 Years Agophotos
06/24/34Gorgeous Finery of a Queen of 5000 Years Agophotos
07/01/34Gorgeous Finery of a Queen of 5000 Years Agophotos
07/08/34She Walked Into His ParlorC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Maysie Grieg)
07/15/34How Crime was Punished 600 Years AgoReproduced historical period art
07/22/34?
07/29/34Our Daily Life if Man Had Never Invented FireUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
08/05/34?
08/12/34?
08/19/34?
08/26/34Where the Old Masters got their InspirationReproduced historical period art
09/02/34?
09/09/34Signs of the Times - Do Not DisturbHenry Clive
09/16/34Signs of the Times - Buy AmericanHenry Clive
09/23/34Signs of the Times - DetourHenry Clive
09/30/34Signs of the Times - High Voltage WiresHenry Clive
10/07/34Signs of the Times - Men and Equipment at WorkHenry Clive
10/14/34Signs of the Times - Dangerous CurvesHenry Clive
10/21/34Signs of the Times - ExitHenry Clive
10/28/34Full MoonC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Talbot Mundy)
11/04/34If Man Had the Senses the Insects HaveUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
11/11/34If Man had the Senses the Insects HaveUncredited illustrations, article by Rene Thevenin
11/18/34The Pharaoh who Made his Palace a ZooReproduced historical period art
11/25/34Science explains the Perfume and Colors of Flowersphotos
12/02/34Last Refuges of American Wild LifeWilliam Crowder
12/09/34Last Refuges of American Wild LifeWilliam Crowder
12/16/34Last Refuges of American Wild LifeWilliam Crowder
12/23/34Their Christmas EvePercy Crosby
12/30/34Religious Art That Never Saw the Light of DayReproduced historical period art
01/06/35How the Earth Looks from Other WorldsUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
01/13/35How the Earth Looks from Other WorldsUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
01/20/35How the Earth Looks from Other WorldsUncredited illustrations (article by Lucien Rudaux)
01/27/35Where the George-and-the-Dragon Legend OriginatedReproduced historical period art
02/03/35LureSignature illegible, probably C.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Inez Castello)
02/10/35Beauty Secrets of Aztec Belles 700 Years AgoReproduced historical period art
02/17/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
02/24/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
03/03/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
03/10/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
03/17/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
03/24/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
03/31/35Childhood TragediesPercy Crosby
04/07/35Priceless Collection of Bible Pictures Comes to AmericaReproduced historical period art
04/14/35Priceless Collection of Bible Pictures Comes to AmericaReproduced historical period art
04/21/35Priceless Collection of Bible Pictures Comes to AmericaReproduced historical period art
04/28/35The Glorious GambleC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Madeleine Sharps Buchanan)
05/05/35New Discoveries About the Northern LightsWilliam Crowder
05/12/35?
05/19/35Are you Color Blind?Uncredited illustrations
05/26/35?
06/02/35Girls Men Don't Forget (At Ten Years - The Teacher)Henry Clive
06/09/35Girls Men Don't Forget (At Fifteen - "Sally")Henry Clive
06/16/35Girls Men Don't Forget (At Twenty Years - The Actress)Henry Clive
06/23/35Girls Men Don't Forget (At Twenty-Five - That Nurse)Henry Clive
06/30/35?
07/07/35?
07/14/35If our Sun should Fly into a Cosmic CloudUncredited illustrations
07/21/35Bible Scenes by Native Artists in the Chinese MissionsContemporary folk art
07/28/35The Girl Men Talked AboutC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Maysie Greig)
08/04/35If the Sunken Continents should Rise Again (part 1)Uncredited illustrations
08/11/35If the Sunken Continents Should Rise Again (part 2)Uncredited illustrations
08/18/35?
08/25/35Fascinating Wall Paintings of Pharaoh Seti's TempleReproduced historical period art
09/01/35?
09/08/35?
09/15/35Cocktail Hour GirlM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
09/22/35Decollete GirlM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
09/29/35Country Club GirlM. Victor C. De Tchetchet
10/06/35?
10/13/35?
10/20/35?
10/27/35Why Mankind cannot live Without MicrobesUncredited illustrations
11/03/35?
11/10/35?
11/17/35American Pottery 2000 Years OldReproduced historical period art
11/24/35?
12/01/35?
12/08/35Episodes from the Arabian NightsAndre
12/15/35?
12/22/35?
12/29/35?

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

 

Herriman Saturday


August 15 1909 -- First, my apologies for the conditon of this Herriman cartoon. The newspaper of this date that was filmed for microfilm was an awful mass of type lice, and I gave up pretty fast trying to make it look pretty. Ya takes what ya gets around here.

In this Herriman Guess Who episode, he might have even stumped baseball fans reading the paper that day. All we know is that the fella's a pitcher. No team name is obvious. We can also assume that he pitched a good game yesterday but faltered in the late inning ... at least that's how I interpret it.

The Angels yesterday sent Bill Tozer to the mound, and he pitched a good game aainst the Seals, and was ultimately the winner, 2-1, though he did indeed have trouble in the late innings. But pictures of Tozer give no inkling of the lantern jaw Herriman is caricaturing. Ed Griffin, his Seals opponent, also pitched a good game but came up short. But I can't find any photos of him, and he doesn't play big in the account of the game I read.

Hmm. How about our other local team in Vernon. Hitt the Vernon pitcher yesterday got a shutout recorded against Portland, allowing only two hits. That doesn't match the cartoon at all, and he's already made a Guess Who appearance anyway. How about his opponent, Jess Garrett of Portland? Well, he allowed nine hits, but allowed only two runs. Well, that could fit, and I found a possible picture of him in which a thin face and lantern jaw are noticeable. Okay, I'm going with him. Any dissenters?

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Friday, August 10, 2018

 

Wish You Were Here, from Dwig


This 1908 Dwig card, which the reverse says is part of Series 21, is copyrighted to Charles Rose on the front, but the back has the logo that I associate with R. Kaplan (the guy in the smock with the Swiss cross, holding the beer stein and U.S. flag). I'm obviously misreading the tea leaves here -- can anyone shed some light?

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This logo is a take-off on the City of Munich, Germany coat of arms, which shows a monk holding a book in his left hand. This makes sense since the city's German name, München, means "of Monks."

German printers made most of the best early 20th century postcards. The Ottmar Zieher printing concern, of Munich, used a similar monk logo. This card's logo with the stein and US flag suggests a Munich-based printer - R. Kaplan? - that printed / manufactured postcards for the US market. Lots of them did.

As to Chas. Rose, he (a) owned this image that Dwig drew for him, or (b) was the postcard's "publisher" which means the distributor to retailers, or (c) both.
 
Thanks Frank, I didn't realize that postcards were in the same realm as books, where the printer and publisher can be (and often are) two different companies. That makes a lot of sense.

--Allan
 
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Thursday, August 09, 2018

 

Ink-Slinger Profiles by Alex Jay: Dick Kennedy


Richard J. “Dick” Kennedy was born on March 6, 1897, in New York according to his World War I New York military service card. In the 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Kennedy was the only child of James and Mary, both native New Yorkers. The trio were part of Kennedy’s paternal grandfather’s household. They resided in Fishkill, New York.

Kennedy and his parents were New York City residents in the 1905 New York state census. The lived in Manhattan at 230 East 42nd Street. Kennedy’s father was a driver.

In the 1910 census, Kennedy’s Manhattan address was 1108 Park Avenue. His father continued as a driver for the parks department.

Kennedy enlisted in the New York National Guard on July 12, 1917. During Kennedy’s service, he contributed illustrations to the 27th Division’s publication, Wadsworth Gas Attack and The Rio Grande Rattler which debuted November 23, 1917. It was retitled Gas Attack of the New York Division on March 2, 1918. Kennedy’s illustration can be viewed in the following issues.

November 23, 1917, here and here
November 27, 1917, herehere and here
December 8, 1917, here, here, hereherehere and here
December 15, 1917, here and here
December 22, 1917, here, here, here and here
December 29, 1917, here
January 5, 1918, herehere, here, here, here, here and here
January 12, 1918, here, here, here, here and here
January 19, 1918, here, here, here and here
January 26, 1918, here, here, here, here, here and here
February 9, 1918, here and here
February 16, 1918, here
March 2, 1918, here and here
March 9, 1918, here
March 16, 1918, here
March 30, 1918, here and here
April 6, 1918, here and here
April 13, 1918, here, here, here and here
April 20, 1918, here
April 27, 1918, here, here, here and here
May 4, 1918, here

Kennedy was honorably discharged on April 4, 1919.

According to the 1920 census, Kennedy was a self-employed cartoonist who lived with his parents in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Four months after the census enumeration, Kennedy married Mabel Butler on May 29 in Manhattan.

The 1925 New York state census recorded cartoonist Kennedy, his wife, son and daughter in the Bronx at 3162 Bainbridge Avenue.

American Newspaper Comics (2012) said Kennedy drew The Whole Dam Family from August 26 to September 9, 1927 for the PNF Syndicate.

Two more daughters joined the Kennedy household in the 1930 census. The self-employed advertising artist’s address was 325 East 238th Street in the Bronx.

In 1940 Kennedy had six children. The family resided in the Bronx on Tiebout Avenue near 187th Street. Kennedy was a WPA Project teacher.


Kennedy’s military service resumed in World War II. On December 13, 1940, Kennedy was a first lieutenant in the 8th Regiment of the New York National Guard. Kennedy was promoted to captain on February 19, 1941. He was transferred to headquarters on August 17, 42. Kennedy’s rank was major on July 16, 1943. He was assigned to 8th Regiment, 1st Battalion. After the war Kennedy was a Lt. Colonel in the 8th Infantry on March 28, 1946.

Kennedy was found in three Beacon, New York city directories. In 1955 he was a salesman who lived on Main Street. The 1957 and 1958 directories listed Kennedy as a machine operator in Poughkeepsie. He still lived in Beacon.

Kennedy passed away February 9, 1962, in New York, according to a military application for a headstone. Kennedy’s home address was 413 Main Street in Beacon. He was laid to rest at St. Joachims Cemetery


—Alex Jay

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None of the "here" links for the Dick kennedy illustration samples seem to work. All I get is "URL not found."
 
The New York State Historic Newspapers site has been undergoing maintenance. I don’t know when the site will be available.
 
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Wednesday, August 08, 2018

 

Obscurity of the Day: Simple Beasts


Simple Beasts, a daily and Sunday strip penned by Doug Hall and distributed by Tribune Media Services, came and went in a little over a year and a half. The comic strip about a group of forest animals was notably gentle, good-natured and cute without veering into saccharine territory. The gag-writing was quite snappy, and if I'd been exposed to it at the time, I'm sure I'd have looked forward to its daily appearance in my paper.

Doug Hall had tried a number of different concepts on the syndicates, but it was when he signed a contract with impresario Lew Little, a master at selling new features, that he finally landed a syndicate contract. Little offered Hall the editorial oversight that he needed to hone his writing, and reworked the feature from a panel into a strip to make it more marketable.

The Deseret News was one of the strip's initial subscribers, and they printed this syndicate promo article about the strip on April 4 1988, the first day of the new strip:

Drawn by Doug Hall, 31, the strip is billed as a "simple" humor comic that is as entertaining as it is natural. The strip is set in the "Great North Woods," and the characters are described by the artist as lovable and loving animals.

Woodruff the bear is the star. He loves to eat, sleep and watch people.  Supporting roles are provided by a squirrel, Rafkind, (who loves to dive into dumpsters and listen to hard rock) and Teether Bob and Teether Lou who are busy beavers raising their family. Clarissa, another bear, is constantly rejecting Woodruff's affections, and she hopes to be discovered by Hollywood or National Geographic. The Rens, a dazed flock of birds who struggle through life without a leader, round out the strip's characters. 

"Simple Beasts" will show interaction of the animals with man and his complex society. Hall said the strip will provide the real story on animal courtship, shedding and the mysteries of plastic garbage cans. 

Hall says he is a nature lover and hopes that the ever-increasing interest in nature, wildlife and the environment will make "Simple Beasts" popular. A native of Indiana and graduate of Anderson College, Hall is a former magazine editor. He has done comic strips for his high school and college newspapers, as well as for the "The New Yorker" and "The Saturday Evening Post." He loves cycling, backpacking and canoeing and currently lives in Maryland. 

 The Deseret News editorial staff and readers evidently liked Simple Beasts very much, but sadly few other papers had shown interest. When the strip was cancelled, they ran the following farewell to it on December 26 1989:

The Deseret News is sad to report that the "Simple Beasts" comic strip will end after Saturday's, Dec. 30, installment.

At the request of its cartoonist, Doug Hall, "Simple Beasts" will be discontinued. "Phipps," a new comic strip from Newspaper Enterprise Association and United Media Syndicate, will replace "Beasts" on Jan. 1.

Hall said earlier in the month that he has been extremely disappointed that so many newspapers did not give "Woodruff" and friends a chance to catch on with readers and instead dropped his comic after only a few weeks or months - in favor of publishing other new comic strips.

Since only a few newspapers had retained "Beasts," Hall was likely receiving little money for his cartooning efforts and so the move was probably simply a financial decision on his part. (Each newspaper that publishes a comic strip pays a weekly fee to the syndicate that distributes it and the syndicate in turn, pays the cartoonist on the basis of how many newspapers carry the strip.)

"Simple Beasts" started April 4, 1988 and was a good family strip that had seemed to catch on with many Deseret News readers.

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Hope you'll tell us about "Phipps". Never hear of that one before!
 
Phipps was a good pantomime strip.
 
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Tuesday, August 07, 2018

 

Ink-Slinger Profiles by Alex Jay: Walter H. Gallaway


Strand Magazine

Walter Henry Gallaway was born on October 10, 1870 in Pendleton, Indiana, according to a profile at Indiana Illustrators and Hoosier Cartoonists. However, in the 1900 U.S. Federal Census, his birth was recorded as February 1871. Gallaway’s middle name, also his mother’s maiden name, was found in the Catalogue of Title Entries of Books, Second Quarter, 1903, Volume 367, Number 13.

The 1880 census listed Gallaway and his parents, Samuel, a fur dealer, and Alice in Pendleton. The Indianapolis News, September 11, 1911, said Gallaway “at an early age was brought to Indianapolis by his parents. His mother, Mrs. Alice Gallaway, is a sister of Charles L. Henry, of Indianapolis. He was educated in the Indianapolis public schools and studied art in the old Indianapolis art school under William Forsyth. For a time he contributed drawings to The Indianapolis News, and later was taken on the regular art staff of the paper.”

The New York Herald, December 12, 1893, mentioned Gallaway in the article “Regarded as the Finest Edition of a Newspaper Ever Issued”.

Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 11, 1893.—The Christmas number of the Herald arrived here this morning and before noon it was impossible to buy a copy of the paper. Newsdealers had ordered an extra supply and were surprised when they found themselves without papers so early in the day.

Louis Deschler, the newsdealer in the Bates House, said he never had such a run on Heralds. “I consider this the finest edition of a newspaper that has ever been issued,” said he, as he spread the pages of the last paper he had on the counter before him. “It is simply marvelous.”

The great feat of the Herald was discussed in all the local newspaper offices. Newspaper men all say that, considered in all its parts, it is the greatest edition an American newspaper has issued.

"Newspaper art has reached its highest standard in the Herald office,” said Walter Galloway, the artist, “It is as good as magazine work. It is wonderful what they can do in the Herald office.”

F. N. Hubbard, an artist who has had much experience on metropolitan newspapers, said:—“The Herald leads in all things. Its pictures are the best printed by any newspaper in the world. I supposed they had reached the highest standard one year ago. but there has been improvement over that great effort.”
In the Strand Magazine, May 1903, an article about American humorous artists included Gallaway.
Mr. Walter H. Gallaway, whose work appears regularly in Puck, humorously writes: “My ‘career’ is about as uninteresting as the fighter who was ‘down and out.’ I am thirty-one years old, and began to make drawings for publication, while on an Indianapolis newspaper, at the age of twenty. I did no humorous work until I came to New York in 1893, and began working at different periods on the World, Herald, and Journal. In ’97 I went to Puck, and since then I have contributed comic drawings regularly, with the occasional appearance in other papers of more serious stuff. I like best to do street urchins and farmers, and think that if any of my work has attracted attention it has been drawings of those characters.”
Gallaway’s address, 49 West 24th Street, was listed in the illustrators category of the 1898 Trow’s (formerly Wilson’s) Business Directory of the Boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx, City of New York.

In the 1900 census, artist Gallaway shared an apartment with fellow Hoosier artist, Frederick Yohn. They resided in Manhattan at 106–108 East 23rd Street. Gallaway’s address in the 1903 city directory was the same.

Gallaway was a subject in the Indiana Weekly, August 10, 1901. 

Walter H. Gallaway, the illustrator, of New York, is a native of Indianapolis, and is one of the largest contributors to humorous papers in the United States. He has a keen sense of the ridiculous, and is, to his intimate friends, a born comedian. To all other he assumes an austerity that is non-breakable. His knowledge of current events and political personages are, as Charles Dickens expressed it, “consistent with getting up at eight, shaving close to quarter-past, breakfasting at half-past, and down to the city at nine.”

It was on one of his semi occasional visits to Indianapolis that he was standing by the cigar-stand in the Denison hotel, when he was accosted by Albert J. Beveridge, who had just been elected United States Senator from Indiana.

“Why, how do you do, Mr. Gallaway?” said Mr. Beveridge briskly, as he grasped him by the hand till Gallaway cringed. “I am glad to see you back in the city again.”

“Why—why—who are you?” Gallaway stammered out.

“A. J. Beveridge is my name. Don’t you remember me?”

“Oh—yes!” replied Gallaway. “You’re running’ for something’, ain’t you?”
The Indianapolis News said “Mr. Gallaway immediately became known as one of the best of magazine artists. His work in Indianapolis had been of a general nature, but when he went east he devoted himself largely to humorous drawings. Much of his work was seen in Life, and he was also employed on the art staff of Puck. During a visit to London he made a large number of interesting pictures of London street scenes.” The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 15, 1901, named Gallaway as one of the passengers aboard the steamship St. Paul who arrived at the Sandy Hook Lightship the day before, having departed from Southampton and Cherbourg.

American Newspaper Comics (2012) said Gallaway produced three series for the New York Herald: Citizen Fixit (1903–1905), Absentminded Augie (1905) and Louis Laughs (1905). For the Boston Herald/W.E. Haskell, Gallway drew Was There Ever a Boy Like Barney Blue? (1906–1907).

In the 1905 New York state census, which was enumerated in June, Gallaway was married to Minnie and resided in New Rochelle, New York. The New York, New York, Extracted Marriage Index, at Ancestry.com, has a person named Walter Gallaway who married on October 24, 1905 in Manhattan.

The New York Herald, August 17, 1908, noted Gallaway’s appearance, “Mr. Walter Galloway [sic], a sketch artist, gave a chalk talk at the concert in Keith & Proctor’s Fifth Avenue Theatre yesterday.”

Gallaway passed away September 7, 1911, at his home in Westport, Connecticut, according to the Indianapolis News which said “His sickness was caused by a disease of the spleen.” An obituary also appeared in the Indianapolis Star, September 12. Gallaway was laid to rest in Brooklyn, New York.


Further Reading
Biographical Sketches of Cartoonists & Illustrators in the Swann Collection of the Library of Congress


—Alex Jay

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Monday, August 06, 2018

 

Obscurity of the Day: Absentminded Augie



Walter H. Gallaway sure could draw well, but his grasp of basic writing, much less gag-writing, seemed a bit tenuous. When he contributed to the big humor magazines, Judge, Puck and Life, he was probably fed gags by the editors, but when he worked for the New York Herald 1903-1905 he seemed to be on his own, and boy does it show.

Gallaway's bread-and-butter feature at the Herald was Citizen Fixit, but today we'll take a look at Absentminded Augie, a short-lived feature that he offered from January 22 to May 21 1905*. As usual the drawing is a delight, and even the gag ideas are serviceable, but the captions? Oh my. The winner for plain awful is panel two of the second sample: "Hello pug -- this is the time I remembered you. Thought of it half-hour ago. My boxing lesson, says I, and I'm fit." I'm pretty sure I know what Gallaway is trying to get across there, but what he wrote sounds like something you'd hear in an English as a Second Language classroom.

These samples come from the Denver Republican, where type lice were a constant problem. They've eaten the captions for the lower half of sample 2, so allow me to translate:

Panel 4: Bing! Stars and Stripes!!!

Panel 5: I know you're sorry, but really you should'ndt (sic) hit quite so hard.

Panel 6: (8:30 PM) By Jove! I forgot all (illegible) Jack and the girls.  ("about" would be the sensible word there, but that's definitely not what Gallaway wrote -- it looks something like "binke")

* Source: Ken Barker's New York Herald index.

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It might be "'BOUT".
 
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Saturday, August 04, 2018

 

Herriman Saturday


August 14 1909 -- Jim Jeffries is making the rounds in London, getting the royal treatment from the Brits.

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Friday, August 03, 2018

 

Wish You Were Here, from Richard Outcault


This Valentine's Day card is from Tuck's Series 111; although undated it is probably circa 1904 as are the other Outcault Valentine cards. Outcault's name at lower right has either faded considerably or was printed with a bad color plate.

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Thursday, August 02, 2018

 

Hearst's American Weekly Cover Index -- Part IV -- 1926 to 1930




My index gets spottier toward the end of the decade. Still better than the early 1930s, which will run here soon after we take a week off for regular Stripper's Guide posts.

In this period, Henry Clive becomes a major contributor of pin-up covers and the fabulous Britisher Fish arrives. This period also sees a trend toward occasional wacky pseudo-science covers. This period was the heyday for Nell Brinkley and G.E. Studdy, both of whom would tail off considerably after these years.

Some notes on the listings:

* when you see a "#", that means that the cover is part of a numbered series and the number is given on the cover. Sometimes I remembered to write that down, sometimes I didn't so its catch-as-catch-can. If a series cover explicitly states that it is the first or final installment and its not obvious from the surrounding dates, I sometimes note that as "(start)" or "(end)".
* when I say "(story illo) that means that the cover is illustrating a text story in the magazine.
* I don't make guesses about covers I haven't seen. Therefore, even if I have one missing issue between installment 2 and 4 of a series, I resist the urge to assume what may be obvious.
* When a cover is descibed as, say, "Famous Fishes (Herring)", that means that the cover is part of a series titled Famous Fishes, and this particular cover depicts the herring.



DateTitleCreator
01/03/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
01/10/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
01/17/26DelilahLee Conrey (story illo, author Andrew Soutar)
01/24/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
01/31/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
02/07/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
02/14/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
02/21/26The Adventures of Prudence PrimNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
02/28/26Dining OutJames Montgomery Flagg
03/07/26Fair DisturbersJames Montgomery Flagg
03/14/26ThreesomesJames Montgomery Flagg
03/21/26A Traffic CasualtyLawson Wood
03/28/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Takes no Risks of an April Fool SurpriseG.E. Studdy
04/04/26A Woman Always KnowsLee Conrey (story illo, author Julia Cleft-Adams)
04/11/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
04/18/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
04/25/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
05/02/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
05/09/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
05/16/26The Love of Don Luis (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Juanita Savage)
05/23/26The Love of Don Luis (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Juanita Savage)
05/30/26Citzens' Training Camp SketchesGordon Grant
06/06/26The Sun's Gorgeous Corona (science paintings)Howard Russell Butler
06/13/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
06/20/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
06/27/26The Treasure HuntersHenry Raleigh (verses by Carolyn Wells)
07/04/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Wonders Why the Crab Picked Him OutG.E. Studdy
07/11/26Altars of Desire (part 1)Edmund Frederick (story illo, author Maria Thompson Daviess)
07/18/26Altars of Desire (part 2)Edmund Frederick (story illo, author Maria Thompson Daviess)
07/25/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo the PeacemakerG.E. Studdy
08/01/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Takes Care of the BabyG.E. Studdy
08/08/26The Hired Princess (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Gertrude Pahlow)
08/15/26The Hired Princess (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Gertrude Pahlow)
08/22/26A Dog's Life - A Mean Trick on BonzoG.E. Studdy
08/29/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Plays Blind Man's BluffG.E. Studdy
09/05/26Mystery of the Jade Cuff-links (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author John Hammond)
09/12/26Mystery of the Jade Cuff-links (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author John Hammond)
09/19/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo is Kind to Dumb AnimalsG.E. Studdy
09/26/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Wins and Loses a DollG.E. Studdy
10/03/26Children of the Morning (part 1)Gordon Ross (story illo, author W.L. George)
10/10/26Children of the Morning (part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo, author W.L. George)
10/17/26A Dog's Life -Bonzo Imitates the BabyG.E. Studdy
10/24/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo gets the RewardG.E. Studdy
10/31/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Never did Like SoapG.E. Studdy
11/07/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo Doesn't Get the CookieG.E. Studdy
11/14/26A Dog's Life - Bonzo and the Busy BeeG.E. Studdy
11/21/26Shadow of Ravenscliff (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author J.S. Fletcher)
11/28/26Shadow of Ravenscliff (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author J.S. Fletcher)
12/05/26Luxury in Air TravelNo signature found, looks like Henry Raleigh to me
12/12/26The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley (verses by Carolyn Wells)
12/19/26The Unknown Path (part 1)Gordon Ross (story illo, author Bertram Atkey)
12/26/26The Unknown Path (part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo, author Bertram Atkey)
01/02/27?
01/09/27?
01/16/27?
01/23/27?
01/30/27Shadow of the Serpent (apparently part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo)
02/06/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
02/13/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
02/20/27?
02/27/27Youth Takes a Chance (apparently part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo, author S. Andrew Wood)
03/06/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
03/13/27The Splendor of the PharaohsPhotos, reproduced historical period art
03/20/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
03/27/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
04/03/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
04/10/27The Drums of Doom (part 1)Gordon Ross (story illo, author Ottwell Binns)
04/17/27The Drums of Doom (part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo, author Ottwell Binns)
04/24/27?
05/01/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
05/08/27?
05/15/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
05/22/27Worldly Goods (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Andrew Soutar)
05/29/27Worldly Goods (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Andrew Soutar)
06/05/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
06/12/27The Fortunes of FlossieNell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
06/19/27The Fortunes of Flossie (end)Nell Brinkley, verses by Carolyn Wells
06/26/27King Tut's Gorgeous Jewels 4,000 Years OldReproduced historical period art
07/03/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Dries UpG.E. Studdy
07/10/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Kills TimeG.E. Studdy
07/17/27Dead Man's Booty (part 1)Gordon Ross (story illo)
07/24/27Dead Man's Booty (part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo)
07/31/27?
08/07/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Gets a MouthfulG.E. Studdy
08/14/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Keeps CoolG.E. Studdy
08/21/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Makes MischiefG.E. Studdy
08/28/27Jane Was Plain (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo)
09/04/27Jane Was Plain (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo)
09/11/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo's Good DayG.E. Studdy
09/18/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Goes FishingG.E. Studdy
09/25/27A Dog's Life - Love's Labor LostG.E. Studdy
10/02/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo Gets Beaten AgainG.E. Studdy
10/09/27A Dog's Life - Bonzo's Good DeedG.E. Studdy
10/16/27In The Dark (part 1)Gordon Ross (story illo)
10/23/27In The Dark (part 2)Gordon Ross (story illo)
10/30/27Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
11/06/27Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
11/13/27Honeymoon Millions (part 1)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Steuart M. Emery)
11/20/27Honeymoon Millions (part 2)Lee Conrey (story illo, author Steuart M. Emery)
11/27/27New Discoveries about the SunPhotos
12/04/27Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
12/11/27Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
12/18/27Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
12/25/27The World as a "Ship of Fools"Oscar Laske
01/01/28If the Eye Could See All the Rays of LightUncredited
01/08/28Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
01/15/28Merrie EnglandGeorge Belcher
01/22/28How Nature Manufactures our FoodUncredited
01/29/28Ancient Egypt by an Artist-ArchaeologistArent Christainsen
02/05/28The Unlit Lamp (part 1)C.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Sinvlair Murray)
02/12/28The Unlit Lamp (part 2)C.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Sinclair Murray)
02/19/28How Plants, Birds and Fishes get their ColorsGordon Ross
02/26/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
03/04/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
03/11/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
03/18/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
03/25/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
04/01/28Seals of Silence (part 1)Everett Shinn (story illo, author Roy Vickers)
04/08/28Seals of Silence (part 2)Everett Shinn (story illo, author Roy Vickers)
04/15/28The Vastness of the UniverseLucien Rudaux
04/22/28King Tutankhamen's Funeral FleetUncredited
04/29/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
05/06/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
05/13/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
05/20/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
05/27/28Magnetism, Supreme Mystery of ScienceUncredited
06/03/28?
06/10/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
06/17/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
06/24/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
07/01/28Social Advice from Aunty ClimaxFish
07/08/28Treasures of Ancient UrReproduced historical period art
07/15/28Living Lights of the SeaWilliam Crowder
07/22/28More Gorgeous than King Tut's TombReproduced historical period art
07/29/28To Paint the Museum Statues in their Original Colors?Photos, reproduced historical period art
08/05/28Science Explains MiragesUncredited
08/12/28A Dog's Life - The Reward of the WickedG.E. Studdy
08/19/28A Dog's Life - Bonzo Plays Leap-frogG.E. Studdy
08/26/28A Dog's Life - Bonzo Gets What he WantsG.E. Studdy
09/02/28A Dog's Life - Oh BonzoG.E. Studdy
09/09/28A Dog's Life - You Can Never TellG.E. Studdy
09/16/28A Dog's Life - Bonzo Spoils a Love SonnetG.E. Studdy
09/23/28A Dog's Life - Bonzo's Blow-outG.E. Studdy
09/30/28Man's First HomesReproduced historical period art
10/07/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
10/14/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
10/21/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
10/28/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
11/04/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
11/11/28If we Could Visit Other WorldsLucien Rudaux
11/18/28?
11/25/28?
12/02/28?
12/09/28Petty-June at CollegeFish
12/16/28Petty-June at CollegeFish
12/23/28Petty-June at CollegeFish
12/30/28Petty-June at CollegeFish
01/06/29How the Moon got its CratersLucien Rudaux
01/13/29Petty-June at CollegeFish
01/20/29Petty-June at CollegeFish
01/27/29Petty-June at CollegeFish
02/03/29Petty-June at CollegeFish
02/10/29Petty-June at CollegeFish
02/17/29The Luxury GirlEverett Shinn (story illo, author Maysie Greig)
02/24/29Famous Vamps of History - The Queen of ShebaEdmund Dulac
03/03/29Famous Vamps of History - Circe the SorceressEdmund Dulac
03/10/29Famous Vamps of History - Salome of Old JerusalemEdmund Dulac
03/17/29Famous Vamps of History - AtalantaEdmund Dulac
03/24/29Famous Vamps of History - Yang Kuei-Fei, the Chinese CleopatraEdmund Dulac
03/31/29Famous Vamps of History - AriadneEdmund Dulac
04/07/29Famous Vamps of History - SemiramisEdmund Dulac
04/14/29Famous Vamps of History - Helen of TroyEdmund Dulac
04/21/29More Treasures from King Tut's TombPhotos, reproduced historical period art
04/28/29Colorful Creatures of the SeaWilliam Crowder
05/05/29Paintings from the Palace of the Fabled Man-BullReproduced historical period art
05/12/29The SorceressUnknown artist (story illo, author Oliver Sandys
05/19/29Conditions of Life on the Various PlanetsUncredited illos, article by Rene Thevenin
05/26/29Conditions of Life on the Various PlanetsUncredited illos, article by Rene Thevenin
06/02/29Conditions of Life on the Various PlanetsUncredited illos, article by Rene Thevenin
06/09/29Conditions of Life on the Various PlanetsUncredited illos, article by Rene Thevenin
06/16/29How the Egyptians Made their Enduring ColorsReproduced historical period art
06/23/29King Tut's Tomb Yields Still More TreasuresPhotos, reproduced historical period art
06/30/29Frescoes of Ancient CorinthPhotos, reproduced historical period art
07/07/29Children's Toys Down Through the AgesPhotos
07/14/29Frescoes 5000 Years Old from Ancient CreteReproduced historical period art
07/21/29Painted by People who Saw the Great Flying DragonsUncredited
07/28/29The WhirlpoolUnknown artist (story illo, author Olive Bradshaw)
08/04/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
08/11/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
08/18/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
08/25/29?
09/01/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
09/08/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
09/15/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
09/22/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
09/29/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
10/06/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
10/13/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
10/20/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
10/27/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
11/03/29Petty-June Does EuropeFish
11/10/29How they Buried the Inca KingPhotos
11/17/29?
11/24/29Golden Treasures from UrPhotos
12/01/29How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/08/29How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/15/29How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/22/29How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/29/29How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
01/05/30How the World Would Look if We were Built DifferentlyUncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
01/12/30?
01/19/30?
01/26/30Modern Religious Art by Descendants of King SolomonVarious Abyssinian artists
02/02/30Masterpieces of Prehistoric ArtPhotos, reproduced historical period art
02/09/30What the New 200-Inch Telescope may Reveal to UsUncredited, article by Lucien Rudaux
02/16/30The Pixie GirlSignature illegible (story illo, author S. Andrew Wood)
02/23/30Sporting Life in Ancient GreeceReproduced historical period art
03/02/30Newly Discovered Treasures of Prehistoric American ArtReproduced historical period art
03/09/30Bugs and Butterflies for Textile DesignsUncredited
03/16/30?
03/23/30New Treasures from King Tut's TombPhotos
03/30/30New Treasures from King Tut's TombPhotos
04/06/30New Treasures from King Tut's TombPhotos
04/13/30The Mystery of the Yellow MistletoeC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Walter S. Masterman)
04/20/30Luther's Own BibleReproduced historical period art
04/27/30Jupiter, Strange Mysterious Giant of the HeavensUncredited, article by Lucien Rudaux
05/04/30The Fashionable Working Girl-The Pet Shop KeeperHenry Clive
05/11/30The Fashionable Working Girl-The Gold-DiggerHenry Clive
05/18/30The Fashionable Working Girl-#3 - The Social SecretaryHenry Clive
05/25/30The Fashionable Working Girl-#4 Night Club HostessHenry Clive
06/01/30The Fashionable Working Girl-#5-The Interior DecoratorHenry Clive
06/08/30The Fashionable Working Girl #6 - The Social Service WorkerHenry Clive
06/15/30The Fashionable Working Girl-#7-The BrideHenry Clive
06/22/30How a Thunderstorm is BrewedUncredited
06/29/30How our Earth is Bound by Invisible Bonds to All the Heavenly BodiesUncredited, article by Lucien Rudaux
07/06/30A Dog's Life - New Adventures of the Famous "Bonzo"G.E. Studdy
07/13/30A Dog's Life - New Adventures of the Famous "Bonzo"G.E. Studdy
07/20/30A Dog's Life - New Adventures of the Famous "Bonzo"G.E. Studdy
07/27/30A Dog's Life - New Adventures of the Famous "Bonzo"G.E. Studdy
08/03/30Don Lorenzo's BrideC.D. Mitchell (story illo, author Juanita Savage)
08/10/30Fading Brilliancy of Tropical FishesIsabel Cooper, Helen Tee-Van, Elsa Bostelmann
08/17/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
08/24/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
08/31/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
09/07/30?
09/14/30?
09/21/30?
09/28/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
10/05/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
10/12/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
10/19/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
10/26/30Diary of a Lady's MaidFish
11/02/30The Reluctant DawnEdmund Frederick (story illo, author Hazel Christie MacDonald)
11/09/30Remarkable Early Christian MosaicsReproduced historical period art
11/16/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
11/23/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
11/30/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/07/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/14/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/21/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin
12/28/30What Will Future Man Be Like?Uncredited, article by Rene Thevenin

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