Early in the last century Judge magazine belonged to a breed whose only surviving approximation is the New Yorker. Its literary stock in trade was humor and breezy cultural commentary, but of most interest today are the illustrations.
The art ranged from corny cartoon gags to elegant art nouveau vignettes. That the delicacy of the latter has disappeared from our popular culture is certainly one reason some would think things were better back then.
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