Published May 3, 1924
The American Golfer cover of May 3, 1924 features a James Montgomery Flagg illustration, 'How Many?' of an angry man on a golf course looking at another man who holds a golf club. The accused golfer has his mouth open, eyes darting away, looking as though he is about to make an excuse.
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Artist and illustrator James Montgomery Flagg’s famous, patriotic Uncle Sam has remained a steadfast icon since its creation for the war effort during WWI. Flagg (1877 – 1960) minimized modeling expenses by using his own face for his iconic Uncle Sam image. Based upon a few drawings, St. Nicholas Magazine hired him when he was only 12 years old, and by age 15 he was a staff artist for Life and Judge. Flagg’s artwork was published by almost every major magazine, and he was elected to the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 1980.