The New Yorker Cartoon Album 1975-1985. From the more than seven thousand drawings published in The New Yorker during this decade, the magazine's editors have selected 382 of the best to create this volume. Viking Penguin, Inc. 1985.
Give up? A new cartoon collection by Whitney Darrow, Jr. (August 22, 1909 – August 10, 1999) . Darrow was born in Princeton, New Jersey, where his father Whitney Darrow was founding director of Princeton University Press. Darrow grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he attended Greenwich High School. He graduated in 1931 from Princeton University, where he wrote humor for the Daily Princeton and was art director for the Princeton Tiger Magazine. He honed his craft at Art Student League of New York with instructors including painter Thomas Hart Benton. In his early 20s began selling cartoons to Judge, Life and College Humor. As a 24-year-old in 1933, he sold his first cartoon to The New Yorker, while the magazine, which had been founded in 1925, was still in its infancy. Simon and Schuster, New York, 1966.
Conartist by Paul Conrad, 30 years with Los Angeles Times. Conrad began his career as editorial cartoonist with the Denver Post and moved to Los Angeles Times in 1964. He retired in 1993. In addition to three Pulitzer prizes for editorial cartooning, Conrad has been twice honored by the Overseas Press Club, has six times been awarded the National Sigma Delta Chi Award for Political Cartooning, received the University of Southern California Journalism Award in 1972 and has four times been awarded the prestigious Robert F. Kennedy Award for editorial cartooning. Published by Los Angeles Times, 1993.