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Masonic references in New Yorker cartoons
There have been 68,647 cartoons published in The New Yorker magazine between it’s first issue on February 21, 1925 and February 23, 2004. Only two have referred to Freemasonry while another five have referred to the masonic club, the Shriners.
"Ooh—a Masonic pin! Tell me all about the Masons!"
Carl Rose 2/25/1928
"Do you think it’s an accident of history that Freemasons live in houses and we live in trees?"
Charles Barsotti 8/14/1995
"Say, what is today, anyway?"
Perry Barlow 11/29/1930
Limericks Long Before Lear
Richard D. Taylor c. 1939
"You're not leaving this house until you've dried the dishes!"
William Steig 4/12/1952
Scientists discover the gene for heterosexuality in men
Roz Chast 8/2/1993
Additions to the Rainbow curriculum
Roz Chast 1/11/1993

These, and other cartoons can be found in The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker, edited by Robert Mankoff. New York : Black Dog and Levanthal Publishers, Inc., 2004. ISBN : 1-57912-322-8 ; The New Yorker Twenty-fifth Anniversary Album 1925-1950. New York : Harper & Brothers, 1950.

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