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The attached cartoon pokes fun at the high cost of being charitable. Throughout much of World War I there was always the problem of what to do with the growing number of refugees and orphans -and the answer was never cheap. This drawing reveals a different Rea Irvin, but the drawing style for which he would be remembered is clearly emerging.

     


Rea Irvin and the New York Home Front (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1915)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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