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The Boston Globe, Massachusetts, November 22, 1911

The Miami News, Florida, November 7, 1962

The Baltimore Sun, Maryland, July 20, 1941

News-Journal, Mansfield, Ohio, February 17, 1915

yesterdaysprint:

The Boston Globe, Massachusetts, June 25, 1899

No cats were harmed in the making of this illustration! Wikipedia says that Fliegende Blätter was a humor and satire magazine.

And it’s also apparently the first place this duck-rabbit optical illusion appeared (in 1892):

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The Boston Globe, Massachusetts, June 25, 1899

The Owensboro Messenger, Kentucky, July 6, 1929

Boston Post, Massachusetts, May 1, 1895

Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin, June 26, 1925

Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin, June 29, 1925

Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin, June 19, 1925

The Central New Jersey Home News, New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 5, 1949

Cupid’s Cyclopedia, Oliver Herford, 1910

The New York Age, New York, January 15, 1955

The Dothan Eagle, Alabama, April 14, 1947

yesterdaysprint:

The Sphere, London, February 13, 1932

Des Moines Tribune, Iowa, February 19, 1932

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The Cincinnati Enquirer, Ohio, October 9, 1932

The Decatur Daily Review, Illinois, October 15, 1933  

When doing community work, the system is to lean on the bell until they open the door – or the battery is exhausted.

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