New York Herald
"The Pore Lil Mose" cartoons ran in the New York Herald in 1900 and 1901. "Pore Lil Mose: He spends a week on the farm" is one of them. Created by R. F. Outcult, in dialect. Full color illustrations featuring a highly stereotypical family and friends. Cupples & Leon, the early comic book publisher collected 36 of Outcult's pages in 1902 and published the book "Pore Lil Mose : His Letters to His Mammy."
African American children -- Caricature -- African Americans -- Social life and customs -- Blacks -- Cartoons and children -- African Americans in art -- African Americans -- Collectibles -- Black children -- Black Americana -- New York (N.Y.) -- 1901
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Outcault, Richard F., 1863-1928, "Pore Lil Mose." (1901). African American Legacy: The Carol Mundy Collection – Images. 83.