Ben Franklin's drawing of a severed snake - "Join or Die" - was America first political cartoon, but the heyday of the political cartoonist did not come until the late 19th century, when Thomas Nast used his pencil to attack the Tweed Ring. Franklin, Nast, Keppler, Glackens, Kirby, Herblock and Mauldin are among the 16 cartoonists whose lives and works are explored here in lively, easy-to-read sketches. Political Cartoonists, Lerner Publications Company, 1972. Book rescued from the Norwalk Public Library, Norwalk, Iowa.
Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year 1993 Edition. Edited by Charles Brooks, former president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists and winner of seventeen awards for cartooning excellence. Published by Pelican, Gretna, Louisiana, 1993.
Las Aventuras de Inodoro Pereyra, cartoons by Fontanarrosa from Argentina. Book published in 1974 by Ediciones de la Flor. This copy was purchased in Venezuela.
Rico Tipo was a weekly Argentine comic magazine that appeared from late 1944 until 1972. Founded and directed by Gillermo Divito (1914-1969).
A Ding Darling Sampler - The Editorial Cartoons of Jay N. Darling. Compiled and edited by Christopher D. Koss, grandson of Darling. Published by Maecenas Press, 2004. Ding Darling during his time (1876-1962) was published daily on 150 publications. Winner of two Pulitzer Prizes. Drew 15,000 editorial cartoons.
A Ding Darling Sampler - The Editorial Cartoons of Jay N. Darling. Compiled and Edited by Christopher Koss. Published in 2004. Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling (1876-1962) drew 15,000 editorial cartoons.
The HERBLOCK Gallery - Published by Simon and Shuster, 1968. By then Herbert Block had five published books. By the late 60's he also won two Pulitzer Prizes. The U.S. State Department, during this time, had distributed around the world more than a million copies of his pamphlet, Herblock Looks at Communism.