|"The First Snow of the Season" by Cy Hungerford in Pittsburgh Sun, December, 1919|
|"The Early Bird" by Grover Page in Louisville Courier-Journal, December, 1919|
Cy Hungerford adds Democrats Sen. Atlee Pomerene of Ohio, former Ambassador to Germany James Gerard, and former Treasury Secretary William MacAdoo in his cartoon. Can you guess which one of them won the Democratic nomination?
|"The Line at the Ticket Window..." by J.N. "Ding" Darling in New York Tribune, December 17, 1919|
Instead, here's a quick run-through of the major issues candidates in both parties would address:
|"Jump" by Magnus Kettner for Western Newspaper Union, by December 20, 1919|
I neglected to explain the acronym a few weeks ago when I posted a John McCutcheon cartoon depicting "H.C.L." as a woman at Uncle Sam's Thanksgiving dinner. One reader's first thought was that McCutcheon was depicting Senator Henry Cabot Lodge in drag, a connection I had missed and which I doubt ever occurred to McCutcheon, either.
|"The Closed Shop" by Edwin Marcus in New York Times, ca. November, 1919|
|"Where Do We Go From Here?" by Nelson Harding in Brooklyn Daily Eagle, December 15, 1919|
|"The Mexican Merry-Go-Round" by Ted Brown in Chicago Daily News, December, 1919|
|"Put Up the Bars" by Fred O. Seibel in Knickerbocker Press, November, 1919|
* P.S.: I found one.
|"The Weapon and Point of Attack" by John T. McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune, December 18, 1919|