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It s Fine as Long as You re Going Up,Des Moines Register Iowa March 29 1928. Cartoonist Jay N Ding Darling Dow Jones closing average March 28 210 03. Farmer with broken arm Yeah I tried that once myself For many American farmers the Great Depression began. with the steep drop in farm product prices after World War One Many farmers who had taken out mortgages to buy. more farmland during the war lost their investments when they could not earn enough money on postwar profits to. continue their mortgage payments During the 1920s farmers watched as more Americans than ever before took. loans to invest in the stock market dreaming of quick wealth. Reproduced by permission of the Jay N Ding Darling Wildlife Society Digital image courtesy of the University of Iowa Libraries. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Getting Ahead of the Band Wagon,Los Angeles Times November 24 1928. Cartoonist Edmund Gale Dow Jones closing average Nov 23 288 22. Band wagon wagon carrying a musical band which leading a circus parade political rally etc. Reproduced by permission of the Los Angeles Times Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Amateur Night,Des Moines Register Iowa November 24 1928. Cartoonist Jay N Ding Darling Dow Jones closing average Nov 23 288 22. Stock market Old professional stock jugglers Amateur speculator TNT Dynamite 10 000 lbs. Duplicate date with previous cartoon not an error, Reproduced by permission of the Jay N Ding Darling Wildlife Society Digital image courtesy of the University of Iowa Libraries. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. That Little Guy Never Seems to Learn Anything,Columbus Dispatch n d.
as reprinted in the Chicago Daily Tribune Dec 4 1928. Cartoonist William A Ireland Dow Jones closing average Dec 1 290 80. Wild speculation in Florida real estate led to disaster for many investors when the bubble burst in 1925 the. artificially high land prices collapsed and many investors could not sell their land at a profit to pay off their. investment loans The Florida land boom stood as a warning against the get rich quick dreams rampant in the. decade The exposed behind of The Public is labeled Florida Boom. Permission request in process Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Another Record for Sustained Flight,The Washington Post January 4 1929. Cartoonist James North Dow Jones closing average Jan 2 307 01. Bull market market in which stock prices are steadily going up The bull s top hat signifies wealth. Wall St plane piloted by a ticker tape machine spewing tape On January 2 1929 two days. before the publication of this cartoon the Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 300 for the first. time closing at 307 01 The Dow reached its 1929 high on Sept 3 closing at 381 17. Another record for sustained flight On the day this cartoon was published a crew of U S Air Corps. pilots was flying over the Los Angeles area in the Question Mark soon to set new flight records for. distance sustained flight and refueled flight Taking off on January first they flew for 150 hours. and refueled thirty seven times before landing on January 7. Permission request in process Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Somebody Had to Save Him from Himself,Los Angeles Times February 8 1929. Cartoonist Edmund Gale Dow Jones closing average Feb 7 305 75. On February 6 1929 the Federal Reserve Board warned that banks and stockbrokers were loaning too much money for. speculative credit i e loans for stock purchases by small investors the speculation crazy public who would likely be. unable to repay the loans if their stocks failed to rise in value Soon after the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reduced. the amount it loaned to New York brokers for lending to potential investors The waiter awaits identification He is. neither the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in 1929 Roy A Young nor the chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank. of New York George L Harrison, Reproduced by permission of the Los Angeles Times Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Reproduced by permission of the Los Angeles Times Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. The Margin Calling Contest,Los Angeles Times October 18 1929. Cartoonist Edmund Gale Dow Jones closing average Oct 17 341 86. Margin call demand by stockbrokers in a falling market that stockholders who have borrowed money from them to. purchase stock buying on margin deliver immediate cash to back up the loans leading many. stockholders with insufficient cash to sell their stock to raise money to meet the margin call thus. contributing to plummeting stock prices, Bear market a market dropping in stock values leading to margin calls by stockbrokers On October 18 eleven days.
before the stock market crash prices began to plummet after a roller coaster six weeks. Wall Street lamb the inexperienced vulnerable small stockholder wearing only a tear and a barrel no ready money. Hog calling contests competitions often held at agricultural fairs in which contestants produce long loud and creative. hog calls elaborating on the basic call SU EEEE used to call swine to the food trough. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Taken for a Ride,Chicago Daily Tribune October 25 1929. Cartoonist John T McCutcheon Dow Jones closing average Oct 24 299 47. Bull market market in which stock prices rise over a period. Bear market market in which stock prices fall over a period. On October 29 1929 four days after this cartoon appeared the stock market crashed. financially ruining thousands of investors and ending the record prosperity of the 1920s. Reproduced by permission of the Chicago Tribune Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Down but Not Out,Atlanta Constitution Oct 31 1929, Cartoonist Brown Dow Jones closing average Oct 30 258 47. Down but not out in boxing signifying that a fighter is still in the fight after. a knockdown i e was able to stand up before the referee completed a ten count. Permission request in process Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Never Again Until the Next One Comes Along,Des Moines Register Iowa November 8 1929. Cartoonist Jay N Ding Darling Dow Jones closing average Nov 7 238 19. Stock market Florida land boom Get rich quick oil stock War price speculation four instances of small. speculators losing millions of dollars in risky investments promoted with get rich quick dazzle The four. investment figures are clothed as the personification of greed. Reproduced by permission of the Jay N Ding Darling Wildlife Society Digital image courtesy of the University of Iowa Libraries. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Atlanta Constitution November 17 1929, Cartoonist Holleran Dow Jones closing average Nov 15 228 73. Federal Reserve Bank system created by Congress in 1913 to promote monetary stability and. end the recurring financial panics that had convulsed the American economy for decades. On November 14 1929 the New York Federal Reserve Bank the central bank of the Federal. Reserve system announced that it would cut the interest rate for loans to banks from 5 to. 4 5 to stimulate lending after which the stock market rose nearly nineteen points. Permission request in process Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. This Way Out,Los Angeles Times December 31 1929, Cartoonist Edmund Gale Dow Jones closing average Dec 30 241 06.
As the old and impoverished 1929 departs the scene the child 1930 cockily confident. with top hat cigar and baggage signals the hope of renewed prosperity in the new year. Reproduced by permission of the Los Angeles Times Digital image courtesy of ProQuest Historical Newspapers. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash. National Humanities Center Political Cartoons of the 1920s Stock Speculation and the 1929 Stock Market Crash It s Fine as Long as You re Going Up Des Moines Register Iowa March 29 1928 Cartoonist Jay N Ding Darling Dow Jones closing average March 28 210 03

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