Or so I thought.
Turns out I missed several year's worth of cards. I'm not sure exactly how I overlooked three years' worth, but I did. Luckily the missing cards are commons that would only set me back 18¢ each.
I already had reprints of the original set from 1915, plus cards from 2002, 2004 and 2005. The missing cards came from 1982, 1991, 1992, and 1997.
This is the card from 1982. It looks like Mr. Cub is at Shea Stadium in the late '60s.
In 1991 Cracker Jack started putting mini cards into boxes as the prize. They had a deal with Topps and used the '91 Topps design, just shrunk down. They measured 1¼" x 1¾", about one-fourth the size of an actual card. Four Cubs made the 72-card set.
Dawson, Grace, Sandberg, and..... Dickson?? That's three-fourths of a pretty decent group of Cubs.
No license means no logo on Sammy's helmet and also means he plays for Chicago, not the Cubs.
With these ten, now I believe I have all of the Cracker Jack Cubs cards.