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The cartoonists whose works are featured in this project are listed below.

Akin, James 11C

"The First Campaign Mudslinging?" Description of "A Pedlar and his Pack" from Princeton's Graphic Arts Division blog.
James Akin Prints. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Anderson, Alexander 6A, 6B
Alexander Anderson, illustrator (Wikipedia)
NYPL Digital Gallery | America's First Illustrator: Alexander Anderson

Andrews, Bill 47D, 47M

Anonymous 1A, 1B, 3A, 3B, 4B, 10B, 11B, 12E, 18C

Auth, Tony 48K
Tony Auth, cartoonist (Wikipedia)
Tony Auth archives at gocomics.com

Artist unknown 1C, 2A, 4A, 5A, 5B, 7A, 9A, 11A, 12D, 13A, 13C, 13D, 13E, 13F, 14A, 14B, 4D, 14E, 14F, 15A, 15B, 15C, 15E, 15F, 16A, 16B, 16D, 16E, 16F, 16G, 16H, 16I, 16J, 16K, 16L, 17B, 17C, 17D, 17E, 17F, 17G, 18B, 18D, 18E, 18F, 19B, 19C, 19D, 19E, 19H, 19I, 20A, 20B, 20C, 20E, 21F, 22A, 22M, 22N, 25J, 27D, 28A, 28D, 28F, 29D, 29G, 29H, 30C, 30D, 30E, 31B, 32C, 32D, 32F, 32G, 33D, 33E, 34C, 34D, 34E, 34F, 35B, 35C, 36D, 39D

Batchelor, C. D. 39E
C. D. Batchelor (Wikipedia)
Clarence Batchelor. From Spartacus Educational.
"C. D. Batchelor's anti-VD campaign." From Mike Rhode's ComicsCD blog.

Beard, Frank 25H
Christian Comics and Cartooning Pioneers. Contains a biography of Beard.
The Ram's Horn. Multimedia history of the interdenominational social gospel magazine of which Beard was the principal editor. From Ohio State University's Department of History.

Berryman, Clifford K. 35F, 35G
Clifford Berryman entries in Mike Rhode's ComicsDC blog.
Clifford K. Berryman (Wikipedia)
Berryman Family Papers.From the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.

Bissell, Charles O. 44B
Charles O. Bissell (1908-2000). From the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists.

Brown, 34G

Bucholzer, H. 15D
H. Bucholzer prints. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Burck, Jacob 43E, 44A
Jacob Burck obituary. From the New York Times (May 13, 1982).
Jacob Burck. From Spartacus International.

Cameron, J. 21D, 21E, 22K

Caruso, Enrico 31D

Cassel, John H. 33C

Chapin, Will E. 36C

Charles, William 7B, 8A
William Charles (Wikipedia)

Chase, John Churchill 37B
John Churchill Chase (Wikipedia)

Clay, Edward 13B, 14C, 15G

Conrad, Paul 48D, 48J
Conrad Bronze Sculpture and Political Cartoons. Paul Conrad's website.
Paul Conrad cartoons from gocomics.com.
Paul Conrad: Drawing Fire. PBS's Independent Lens Web site for episode about Conrad. Contains links to many other sites as well.

Cory, John Campbell 33B
"John Campbell Cory (1867-1925)". From the Yesterday's Papers blog.
"No Strike Shall Interfere with the Triumphal March" Print from Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Crockett, Gib 43B
Gib Crockett cartoon drawings. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.
"Army-Navy Football Programs - Gib Crockett". From the Vintage College Football Programs blog.

Dal, Howard 20D

Darling, J. N. "Ding" 33A, 38B
The Editorial Cartoons of J. N. "Ding" Darling. The Cowles Library collection at Drake University.
The Editorial Cartoons of J. N. "Ding" Darling. Iowa Digital Library.
J. N. "Ding" Darling Foundation.

Davenport, Homer 28G, 28H, 30F,
Homer Davenport. From the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission.
Homer Davenport (Wikipedia)
Homer Davenport Days. Website of the yearly celebration in Silverton, Oregon.

Feiffer, Jules 45A, 46B, 46H, 47A, 47P
Jules Feiffer. Feiffer's website.
Jules Feiffer (Wikipedia)
A Man Who Makes Us Worry. Article by Harry L. Katz (Library of Congress Information Bulletin, November 4, 1996).

Fischetti, John R. 45G, 46C, 47B, 47G, 47L
John Fischetti (Wikipedia)
John Fischetti Editorial Cartoon Competition

Fitzpatrick, Daniel 39G, 43D
"Cartoonist." Article from Time (May 5, 1941).
Daniel Fitzpatrick. From Spartacus Educational.

Fleming, Thomas 31C
Thomas Fleming prints. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Frost, A. B. 23A, 23C, 34L
A. B. Frost (Wikipedia)
Victorian Golf Cartoons - 1895. Cartoons by Frost from Victoriana.com.

Gillam, Bernhard 25F, 25I, 26B, 27C, 27H, 28E, 29F
Bernhard Gillam. From Spartacus Educational.
Bernhard Gillam prints. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Godal, Eric 40E
"Cartoons Against the Holocaust (.pdf)". From the Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies (cartoons by Godal appear on pages 2 and 6).

Goldberg, Rube 40B
The Amazing Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg. Official site.
Rube Goldberg. From Don Markstein's Toonopedia.

Gomdal, Carl 39C

Gregg, L. C. 30H

Gropper, William 39B
People Are My Landscape: Social Struggle in the Art of William Gropper. From the Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University.
William Gropper. From Spartacus Educational.
William Gropper - The Revolutionary Age covers. From Marxists.org.
The William Gropper Web Site. Official site.

Hamilton, Grant 25G, 26C, 28B
"News of Yore 1913: Berryman, Hamilton Profiled" Entry from Allan Holtz's Stripper's Guide blog (July 14, 2008).

Harrington, Ollie 47R
Oliver Harrington. From the African American Registry.
Oliver H. Harrington. From answers.com.
Ollie Harrington (Wikipedia)

Harris 48B (On the staff of the Indiana Daily Student in 1976.)

Hess, Richard 47I, 47Q
Richard C. Hess obituary. From the New York Times (August 9, 1991).
Richard Hess. From the Art Directors Club, 1991 Hall of Fame.

Hinckley 16C

Hutton, Hugh 38F
Hugh M. Hutton cartoons. From the Syracuse University Library collection.
Hugh Hutton. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Johnson, Herbert 36B
Herbert Johnson. From Spartacus Educational.
Herbert Johnson. From the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Collections.

Johnston, David C. 10A, 12B, 12F, 17A
Draw Your Own Conclusions: Political Cartooning Then and ? David Claypool Johnston page from the Syracuse University Digital Library exhibit.
David Claypool Johnston. From lambiek.com.
The David Claypool Johnston Collection. From the American Antiquarian Society.

Kelly, Walt 41A, 41B, 41C
"News of Yore: Walt Kelly Profiled : 1952" (January 31, 2008). Entry from Allan Holtz's Stripper's Guide blog.
Walt Kelly (Wikipedia)
Walt Kelly's Pogo. Official site of Kelly's comic strip Pogo.

Kemble, Edward 32B, 32E, 32J
Edward W. Kemble. From the New York Public Library's digital gallery.

Keppler, Joseph 24B, 24E, 25E, 26A, 27A, 27B, 27F, 27G, 29E, 31A
Joseph Keppler. From Spartacus Educational.
Puck's Cartoon Archive. From Dan Backer's website "Uniting Mugwumps and the Masses: Puck's Role in Gilded Age Politics."
Puck and Joseph Keppler. From Graphic Witness: visual arts and social commentary.

Kirby, Rollin 33F, 34A, 35D, 36A, 37D, 38E, 39F
Rollin Kirby. From Spartacus Educational.
Rollin Kirby Posters. From the University of North Texas digital collections.

Knecht, Karl 32A
Profile: Karl Knecht. Collection of articles from the Evansville Courier includes a section on Knecht.

Knott, John F. 34I
John Francis Knott. From the Handbook of Texas Online.
John Knott Christmas Cartoon. From the Dallas Historical Society.

Kyle, Fergus 32H

Levine, David 46E
"Back Talk: David Levine." Interview from The Nation (online), June 26, 2008.
D. Levine, Ink. Online gallery of Levine's artworks.
David Levine Gallery. From the New York Review of Books.

Long, Scott 45C, 45D, 45F, 45H, 45I, 46D

Loring, Paule 39A
Paule Loring. From the University of Rhode Island Library Special Collections.
Political cartoons about Douglas MacArthur. Includes two of Loring's cartoons. From the PBS American Experience Web site for the episode "MacArthur".

Lurie, Ranan 47E, 47N
Bio of Ranan Lurie. From CartooNews.com
Interview with Ranan Lurie. From Diva International.

Macauley, Charles 30G
Pulitzer Greats (of Canton, OH). From Canton, Ohio, Activity Center for Teens.
Theodore Roosevelt sketches from the collection of James D. Preston. Contains a cartoon by Macauley. From the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute.

Mauldin, Bill 44F, 45B, 45E
Bill Mauldin. Collection of cartoons from Stars and Stripes.
Bill Mauldin Beyond Willie and Joe. A tribute from the collections of the Smithsonian.
Bill Mauldin Cartoon Collection. From the 45th Infantry Division Museum.

Maurer, Louis 18A, 18G, 19A, 19F, 19G
Many Roads to Freedom: Rochester Public Library's Currier & Ives Political Cartoon Collection. Contains many cartoons by Maurer.

Maybee 30B

McCutcheon, John T. 34H, 38C
Draw Your Own Conclusions: Political Cartooning Then and ? John T. McCutcheon page from the Syracuse University Digital Library exhibit.
The John T. McCutcheon Digital Exhibit. From Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections.

McGovern, Stan 40D

Middleton 40C

Morgan, Matt 22L

Nash 32I

Nast, Thomas 21A, 21B, 21C, 22B, 22C, 22D, 22D, 22F, 22G, 22H, 22I, 22J, 22P, 23B, 23D, 23E24C, 25A, 25B, 25C, 25D
Cartoonist Thomas Nast vs. Candidate Horace Greeley. From HarpWeek.com
Thomas Nast. From Ohio State University Libraries.
Thomas Nast.com. From HarpWeek.com.
Thomas Nast : The Power of One Person's Engravings. From historybuff.com.
The Thomas Nast Society

Oliphant, Pat 47C, 47F, 47H, 48A
Oliphant's Anthem: Pat Oliphant at the Library of Congress. A Library of Congress exhibit.
Pat Oliphant. From Slate.

Opper, Frederick 27E, 29I, 29J
Frederick B. Opper. From Ohio History Central.
Frederick Burr Opper. From Ohio State University.
Frederick Opper. From lambiek.com.

Orr, Carey 37C, 38D, 38G, 39H
Draw Your Own Conclusions: Political Cartooning Then and ? Carey Orr page from the Syracuse University Digital Library exhibit.

Osborn, Robert 44C, 44D, 44E
Robert C. Osborn (Wikipedia)
Robert Osborn obituary. From the New York Times (December 22, 1994).

Page, Grover 42A, 42C, 42D, 43A, 43B

Panepinto, Alfred 38A

Peters, Mike 48H
Mike Peters | Political Cartoons from the Dayton Daily News
Mike Peters (Wikipedia)
Mike Peters, Creator of Mother Goose and Grimm. From Suite101.com.

Reid, Albert T. 34J
Albert T. Reid: A Kansas Portrait. From the Kansas State Historical Society.
Albert Turner Reid. From 1903 Cloud County, Kansas, history (Kansas State Library).

Robinson, H. R. 12A, 12C

Rogers, W. A. 24D, 28C, 29A, 29C, 30A

Sanders, Bill 48E, 48G
Bill Sanders profile. From the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists.
Bill "Whitey" Sanders: comic opera. From Kentucky Museum and Library, Western Kentucky University.
Sanders cartoon/commentary. Bill Sanders' blog.

Shafer, Claude 34K

Smith, Dorman 41D, 41E

Sorel, Edward 48C, 48I
"Ed Sorel Interview". From Mike Lynch Cartoons blog.
Edward Sorel. From The Nation.
Edward Sorel. From Spartacus Educational.

Sykes, C. H. 35A

Talburt, H. M. 40A

Trudeau, Garry 47J, 47K
Doonesbury@Slate--35th Anniversary. From Slate.
Garry Trudeau biography. From the Universal Press Syndicate.
Garry Trudeau profile. From The Cartoon Zone.

Wahe 35E

Wales, James 24A
"James Albert Wales : Political Cartoonist". From Ohio's Yesterdays blog by the Manuscripts Collections of the Rutherford b. Hayes Presidential Center.
James Wales. From Spartacus Educational.

Warren 37A

Webster, H. T. 34B
"H. T. Webster (1885-1952)". From John Adcock's Yesterday's Papers blog.
H. T. Webster. From lambiek.com
"News of Yore 1952: H. T. Webster's Obituary". From Stripper's Guide blog.

Werner, Charles 43C

Wright, Don 46A, 46F, 46G
Don Wright. From the Palm Beach Post.
Don Wright: The Palm Beach Post. From Daryl Cagle's Professional Cartoonists Index.

Zimmerman, Eugene 29B
Eugene Zimmerman (Wikipedia)
HHS - The Zim House. From the Horseheads Historical Society.