Cartoon humour and Happiness on CD
These cartoons are based on an original antique chromolithograph
is titled “A TOUGH JOB FOR THE ATLAS OF THE LABOR WORLD”,
published in PUCK, October 1887. Puck was America’s first
successful humour magazine and first magazine to publish colour
lithographs on a weekly basis. It was published from 1871-1918 and
full of cartoon caricatures and political satire.
Mumfordbooks have selected examples of American humorous we can
relate to, today.
Many of the originals are too far in the past they are difficult
to understand, and their politics no longer apply.
Where good humour is as good today as it was then, the joke is
easy to see the meaning of, enjoy.
20 in stock
Cartoon humour and Happiness cd – 4 Parts (cartoons ebook)
Each part has 162 pages for easy 60MB downloads. Most in full colour from American Cartoons from 1875.
New captions have been added and brought up-to-date, selection taken from Harper’s Weekly, Judge and Puck.
Each cartoon illustrates humorous situations, mainly of a political nature and with a social message.