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Fig. 3. The significance of placing a masonic apron with square and compasses on a central figure is unclear from the context of the illustration. The racist depiction was a common convention of the period and can be assumed to have no deeper significance.

Detail: "Mickey and his friends climb the Alps", Around the World With the Yellow Kid, Richard F. Outcault, New York Journal. March 28, 1897.
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