'Harper's Round Table', Annual 1897
The boys magazine Harpers Round Table had a little wordless strip on many of its back covers.
Here are those from the year 1897, when regular comics were already being developed in the newspapers.
72 - W. M. Goodes - 'The Funniest Thing he ever saw'
176 - Gustav Verbeek - 'The Hunter's Strategy'
280 - ? - How Tommy made one Skate do
544 - ? - An African Bridge
568 - R. F. Bunner - 'An Event that was not on the Programme'
640 - W. C. Kemble - 'An Ingenious Escape'
736 - O. Herford - 'The Bow Legged Admiral and the Educated Dog'
760 - ? - 'The Stolen Cigar or The Monkey who got it in the Neck'
784 - ? - 'An Interesting Article'
808 - P. Newell - Policeman / Fourth of July
832 - A. S. Daggy - 'A New Use for the Japanese Umbrella'
864 - ? - 'An Unintentional Exchange'
888 - O. Herford - 'The Lost Joke Recovered by Xray'
912 - ? - 'The Adventures of a Cartwheel'
936 - ? - 'How a Famous Hunter Won a Reputation'
960 - ? - 'A New Wag to an Old Tale'
1008 - ? - 'A Cat Tale'
1032 - F. T. Richards - 'It's an Ill Wind Blows Nobody Good'
1056 - H.Mayer - 'How the Dromedary Became a Camel'
1080 - H.W.Phillipp - 'A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed'
1104 - C. J. Budd - 'The Bill Poster's Revenge'
1128 - F. T. Richards - 'The Fakir and the Prestidigitateur'
1152 - F. T. Richards - 'An Occidental Transformation'
1176 - ? - 'The Patent Sure-to-arrouse Alarm Clock'
1200 - ? - 'The Artist and his Model'
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