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The Comics Registry is an ongoing bibliography project which grew from the fact that when I have insomnia or am caught with nothing to do for a few minutes I like to make little bibliographies for various cartoonists. In addition to the bibliographies, the entries below contain bare-minimum biographical information including links to established biographies. Works about (WA) and books about (BA) the artist being covered are included in the bibliography as well. It is my hope that people might find this enjoyable to read, and that it might convince a few folks out there to look into buying an older book or two.

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ARRIOLA, GUS
b. 1917 (Arizona)

Wikipedia Entry

Selected Major Works
image* Gordo, Syndicated Strip, 1941-1985.
* Gordo, Doubleday: 1950.
* Those Playworms Porfirio and Panchito, Nitty Gritty: 1972.
* Gordo's Cat, Oak Tree: 1981. ISBN: 9163928485.
* Gordo, Celestial Arts: 1989. ISBN: 0890875545.
* Cowboy Cartoons: Quick on the Draw, provided foreword, Pelican: 1996. ISBN: 1565541413.
* BA: Accidental Ambassador Gordo: The Comic Strip Art of Gus Arriola, RC Harvey with Gus Arriola, University Press of Mississippi: 2000. ISBN: 157806161X



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ARNO, PETER
b. 1904 (New York City)
d. 1968 (Port Chester, NY)

Encyclopedia Britannica
Encyclopedia.com
Lambiek.net Entry
The Columbia Encyclopedia

Selected Major Works
* imageVarious cartoons, Liberty, New Yorker.
* Whoops Dearie!, Simon & Schuster: 1927.
* The Low-Down, illustrations in support of Charles G. Shaw, Henry Holt: 1928.
* Peter Arno's Parade, Horace Liveright: 1929.
* Peter Arno's Hullabaloo, Horace Liveright: 1930.
* Peter Arno's Circus, Horace Liveright: 1931.
* Peter Arno's Favorites, Blue Ribbon Books: 1932.
* Peter Arno's For Members Only, Simon & Schuster: 1935.
* College Humor 1937, illustrations among various, Collegian Press: 1937.
* Peter Arno's Cartoon Revue, Simon and Schuster: 1941 (3rd).
* Man in the Shower, Simon and Schuster: 1944.
* The Bedsides Tales: A Gay Collection, illustrations, Wm Penn: 1945.
* Sizzling Platter, Simon & Schuster: 1949.
* Helena, dustjacket illustrations for Evelyn Waugh, Little Brown: 1950.
* Ladies & Gentlemen, Simon & Schuster: 1951.
* The New Peter Arno Pocket Book, Pocket: 1955.
* Hell of a Way to Run a Railroad, Simon & Schuster: 1956. ISBN: 1112649905.
* The Penguin Peter Arno, Penguin: 1957.
* Lady in the Shower, Simon & Schuster: 1967.
* Benchley Lost and Found, illustrations, from 1930s Liberty Magazine, Dover: 1970. ISBN: 0486224104.
* Peter Arno, collection, HarperCollins, 1979, ISBN: 0060972971.
* WA: Peter Arno, Patricia Arno and Halsey Cowan, Dodd Mead: 1979.
* The Best of Robert Benchley, illustrations, Avenel: 1983.



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CLEVELAND, ANNE
b. 1916
d.

Selected Major Works
image* Vassar (w/Jean Anderson), 1938.
* Series in Life (w/Jean Anderson), 1938-1939.
* Series in Ladies Home Journal, unknown dates.
* Series in Harper's Bazaar (w/Jean Anderson), unknown dates.
* A Home of Your Own and How to Ruin It (w/Henrietta Sperry Ripperger), 1940.
* Weeds Are More Fun (w/Priscilla Hovey Wright), 1941.
* Vassar: A Second Glance (w/Jean Anderson), 1942.
* Vassar Women: An Informal Study (w/Agnes Rogers and Jean Anderson), 1940.
* How To Do Practically Anything (w/Jack Goodman and Alan Green), 1942.
* Everything Correlates (w/Jean Anderson), 1946.
* It's Better With Your Shoes Off (w/Jean Anderson), 1955.
* The Parent From Zero to Ten, 1957.
* But I Wouldn't Want To Live There (w/Heather Jimenez), 1958.
* The Educated Woman in Cartoon and Caption (w/Jean Anderson), 1960.
* Straw in My Camel's Hair (w/Naida Buckingham and Ingrid Etter), 1961.
* The Life-Savers, 1962.



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DEAN, ABNER
b. 1910
d. 1982

USS Catastrophe
Wikipedia

Selected Major Works
image* various illustrations and covers, The New Yorker
* various illustrations, LIFE
* It's a Long Way to Heaven, Farar and Rinehart: 1945.
* What Am I Doing Here? 1947.
* And On the Eighth Day, 1949.
* illustrations in support of an article on 1984, LIFE, 1949.
* Come As You Are: A Book about People at Parties, 1952.
* Cave Drawings of the Future, 1954.
* Wake Me When It's Over, 1955.
* Not Far From the Jungle, 1956.
* Abner Dean's Naked People: A Selection of Drawings from Four of His Books, 1963.



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EMETT, ROWLAND
b. 1906 (London)
d. 1990

The Wee Web
Rowland Emett Internet Resource Site by Dr. Timothy J. Nye
EmettPlus Photo Gallery by Chris Brown

Selected Major Works
image* Various Cartoons, Punch, beginning in 1939.
* Engines, Aunties & Others, Faber & Faber, London.
* Bells & Grass, a Book of Rhymes, Walter De la Mare, (illustrations by Emett), London, Faber and Faber limited 1941.
* Peacock Pie, A Book of Rhymes, Walter De la Mare, (illustrations by Emett), Faber & Faber: London, 1941.
* Anthony & Antimacassar, Mary Emett, (illustrations by Emett), Faber & Faber: London, 1943.
* The Art of Lying, (cartoon illustrations by Emett) 1943.
* Sidings & Suchlike, explored by Emett, Faber & Faber, London, 1946.
* Double-Page Spread, The Aeroplane Magazine, January 3, 1947.
* Home Rails Preferred, Faber & Faber, London, 1948.
* Saturday Slow, Faber & Faber, London, 1948.
* Far Twittering; or, The annals of a branch line, being some interesting and unusual aspects of the Far Twittering and Oysterperch Railway, Faber and Faber, London, 1949.
* Buffers End, arrived at by Emett, Faber & Faber, London, 1949.
* High Tea, infused by Emett, Faber & Faber, London. 1950.
* Emett Railway Jigsaw Puzzle Series, Festival of England, 1951.
* The Emett Festival Railway, (with Victor Keeling) Penguin Books: Harmondsworth, 30pp. 1951.
* New World for Nellie, Harcourt, Brace, New York, 1952.
* Nellie Come Home, Faber & Faber: London. 1952.
* The Forgotten Tramcar, Faber & Faber, London. 1952.
* Emett's Domain: Trains, Trams, and Englishmen; the Best of Rowland Emett, Harcourt, Brace, New York, 1953.
* "An Answer to Yorktown," Life Magazine, July 26, 1954
* "Famous Cartoonist Takes Friendly Look at the U.S.A." Life Magazine, April 23, 1956
* "Self-Golfing Golf Bag" Sports Illustrated, May 21, 1956.
* Emetts, Series of England Plates, Wade, 1958. (Chivalry, Dog and Dogstar, Pastoral Interlude, Town Carriage for a Ninth Earl.)
* Hobby Horses With Riders by Guiness (illustrations by Emett), London, 1958.
* "British cartoonist Rowland Emett designs a computer that really cares," Life Magazine, December 2, 1966.
* WA: "England's Most Fanciful Inventor Starts His Own Industrial Revolution," James Hicks, Smithsonian, July 1973.
* The Early Morning Milk Train: The Cream of Emett Railway Drawings, John Murray, London, (UK Edition) 1976.
* The Early Morning Milk Train: The Cream of Emett Railway Drawings, S. Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vt., (US Edition) 1977.
* Alarms and Excursions: and other transports transfixed by Emett, John Murray, London, 96pp. 1977.
* Emett's Ministry of Transport, Penguin Books, London, 1981.
* WA: "The World of Rowland Emett," The Illustrated London News, June 1984.
* WA: Rowland Emett: From "Punch" to "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" and Beyond, Alan Kitching/Martin Lee, Chris Beetles Ltd., London, 1988.
* Make Your Own Scotch Whiskey, Adam Bergius, (illustration by Emett), Glendaruel, Scotland : Argyll, 1995.
* WA: "Rowland Emett," The Encyclopedia of Fantasy, John Clute and John Grant, St. Martin's, 1997.



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FITZPATRICK, TONY
b. 1958 (Chicago)
d. --

Personal Web Site
Fleisher/Ollman Gallery Exhibit List
Jonathan Novak Art Gallery Biography

Selected Major Works
image* Neighborhood; Neighborhood, Society for Mad Poets Press: 1985.
* The Midnights, poems, Society for Mad Poets Press (exact date unknown)
* Hard Angels, Janet Fleisher Gallery: 1988. ISBN: 09621500606
* WA: "Fifty-Four Drawings from an Ex-Fighter," Edward Sozanski, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1988.
* WA: "Tony Fitzpatrick," Carlo McCormick, High Times, 1988.
* WA: "The Primitive Charms of Tony Fitzpatrick, Dave Hoekstra, Chicago Sun-Times, 1989.
* WA: Review, Charlotte Moser, Artweek, 1990.
* WA: "What Makes Tony Tick?" Patrick McGavin, Chicago's Free Weekly, 1991.
* WA: "Tony Fitzpatrick: The Birds is the Word," Chicago, 1991.
* The Secret Birds & Other Subjects, Exhibition Catalog, Augen Gallery and Janet Fleisher Gallery (exact date unknown).
* Son of a Sailor, Exhibition Catalog, Loomis Chafee School (exact date unknown).
* WA: "Etch He Said," J. Howell Jr., Chicago Reader, 1993.
* The Real Deal, Exhibition Catalogue, World Tattoo Gallery, 1994.
* "Christmas in Las Vegas," illustrations in support of Penn Jillette, Playboy, December, 1995
* WA: "Mr. Outsider," Harlene Ellin, Chicago Tribune Magazine, 1995
* WA: "Inside Art," Eric Bookhardt, Gambit Weekly 1996
* WA: "Stranger than Paradise," David Dibble, N.O.A.R. 1996
* "Joe's Garden," Chicago, 1997.
* WA: "Five Artists Under $5000," Richard Polsky, Smoke, 1997
* Dirty Boulevard, Brownlow Publishing Company: 1998. ISBN: 1889097136
* Bum Town, Tia Chucha Press: 2001. ISBN: 1882688252
* Max and Gaby's Alphabet, Museum Of Contemporary Art: 2001. ISBN: 0933856679
* Ballet for an Opening Day, Sherwin Beach Press: 2002.
* The Wonder: Portrait of a Remembered City Volume One, Last Gasp (?): 2005. ISBN: 0867196297
* The Wonder: Portrait of a Remembered City Volume Two, SCB Distributors (?): 2005. ISBN: 8698878330



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HARRINGTON, OLIVER
b. 1912 (Valhalla, New York)
d. 1995 (East Berlin)

African-American Registry
PBS.org
Spartacus Schoolnet

Selected Major Works
image* Where is the Justice?, Typograph Printing Company: undated.
* Why I Left America, Typograph Printing Company: undated.
* The Runaway Elephent, with Ellen Tarry, Viking: 1950.
* Hezekiah Horton, with Ellen Tarry, Viking: 1955.
* Bootsie and Others: A Selection of Cartoons, Dodd Mead: 1958.
* Laughing on the Outside: The Intelligent White Reader's Guide to Negro Tales and Humor, edited by Philip Sterling, Grosset and Dunlap: 1965.
* Soul Shots Political Cartoons, Daily World: 1972.
* Why I Left America and Other Essays, University Press of Mississippi: 1993. ISBN:0878056556.
* WA: Dark Laughter: The Satiric Art of Oliver W. Harrington, M. Thomas Inge, University Press of Mississippi: 1993, ISBN: 0878056564.



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HATLO, JIMMY
b. 1898
d. 1963

Lambiek.net
Rocket Jones
Toonopedia
Wikipedia

Selected Major Works
image* They'll Do It Every Time, David McKay: 1943.
* They'll Do It Every Time Book Number Two, David McKay: 1945.
* They'll Do It Every Time, pocket book, Pocket: 1945.
* They'll Do It Every Time, paperback edition, Avon: 1951.
* Little Iodine, coloring book, Whitman: 1951.
* The New Jimmy Hatlo Book, Avon: 1952.
* Jimmy Hatlo -- Calendar for 1954 (Comics), King Features: 1954.
* Brand New Cartoons by Jimmy Hatlo, Avon: 1955.
* Cartoons by Jimmy Hatlo, Avon: 1955.
* Hatlo Cartoons, Avon: 1956.
* Little Iodine, Dell: 1955.
* Another New Jimmy Hatlo Book, Avon: 1957
* Jimmy Hatlo's Office Party, Grosset & Dunlap: 1957.
* Little Iodine: All Brand-New Stories, Dell: 1957.
* More They'll Do It Every Time, Avon: 1957.
* The Newest Jimmy Hatlo Book, Avon: 1959.
* Office Hi-Jinks, Avon: 1961.



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HELD JR., JOHN
b. 1889
d. 1958

Artcyclopedia
Bud Plant Entry
Geocities Resource Page
Lambiek.net

Selected Major Works
image* Various Cartoons, The New Yorker, Judge, Puck, Vanity Fair, and Life.
* My Pious Friends and Drunken Companions, with Frank Shay, Macaulay: 1927.
* More Pious Friends and Drunken Companions: Songs and Ballads of Conviviality, with Frank Shay, Macaulay: 1928.
* How to Behave -- Though a Debutated: Opinions by Muriel, with Emily Post, Doubleday: 1928.
* Drawn from the Wood, with Frank Shay, Gold Label: 1929.
* The Travels of Baron Munchausen, with Rudolf Erich Raspe, Limited Editions Club: 1929.
* Dog Stories, Vanguard Press: 1930.
* Grim Youth, Vanguard: 1930.
* Saturday to Monday, with Newman Levy, Alfred Knopf: 1930.
* The Saloon in the Home or a Garland of Rumblossoms, with Ridgley Hunt and George Chappell, Coward-McCann: 1930. ISBN:7277200866.
* The Dublin Letters, with Lee Harriman, Ives Washburn: 1931.
* The Works of John Held, Jr., Washburn: 1931. ISBN: 1199445533
* The Flesh is Weak, Vanguard: 1931.
* The Saloon Not Wet -- Dry Just History, with other illustrators over text by George Ade, Ray Long and Richard R. Smith: 1931.
Crosstown, Dell: 1933.
* Grandfather's Follies, with James J. Geller, Macaulay: 1934.
* I'm the Happiest Girl in the World, Vanguard: 1935.
* Pink Pants, with Dr. Ralph Y. Hopton and Anne Balliol, Vanguard: 1935.
* The Pious Friends and Drunk Companions… Being a Compendium of Two Classics, with Frank Shay, Macaulay: 1936.
* The Gods Were Promiscuous, Vanguard: 1937.
* The Pleasures of the Jazz Age, with William Hodapp, Farrar Straus: 1948.
* Held's Angels, with Frank B. Gilbreth, Thomas Y. Crowell: 1952.
* The Wages of Sin, Dover: 1964. Drawn from 1931's The Works of John Held, Jr., reprinted in 1972.
* The Most of John Held, Jr., Stephen Green: 1972. ISBN: 0828901678.
* The Saga of Frankie and Johnny, Clarkson N. Potter: 1972 from a 1930 Original and a 1939 HB edition.
* WA: John Held, Jr. (1889-1958), Graham Gallery: 1976.
* The Watercolors of John Held, Jr. (1889-1958) Cityscapes, Landscapes and Flowers (1919-1936), Graham Gallery: 1982.
* WA: Illustrator of the Jazz Age, Shelly Armitage, Syracuse University: 1987.
* Forty Famous Cocktails, Colonial Sales: Undated.
* The Art of John Held, Jr., Smithsonian: Date Unknown.



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HIRSCHFELD, AL
b. 1903 (St. Louis)
d. 2003 (New York City)

Selected Major Works
image* Manhattan Oases, E.P. Dutton: 1932.
* Harlem as Seen by Hirschfeld, text in support by William Saroyan, Hyperion Press: 1941.
* Accustomed As I Am, illustrations in support of text by John Mason Brown, Norton: 1942. ISBN:7277200881.
* Insides Out -- Being the Saga of a Critic Who Attended His Own Opening, illustrations in support of text by John Mason Brown. Dodd Mead: 1943.
* Broadway Scrapbook, illustrations in support of text by Brooks Atkinson, Theatre Arts: 1947.
* "Westward Ha!" with text by S.J. Perelman, serialized in Holiday, 1947-1948.
* Westward Ha! -- Around the World in 80 Cliches, with text by S.J. Perelman, Simon and Schuster: 1948.
* "Types: Fauna of Hollywood as Caught in the Their Native Haunts," Holiday January 1949.
* Listen to the Mocking Bird, illustrations in support of text by S.J. Perelman, Simon and Schuster: 1949.
* "Long Time No Sight-See," illustrations in support of text by S.J. Perelman, Holiday, April 1949.
* "The Swiss Family Perelman," illustrations in support of text by S.J. Perelman, serialized in Holiday, 1949-1950.
* The Swiss Family Perelman, illustrations in support of text by S.J. Perelman, Simon and Schuster: 1950.
* The Vicious Circle, illustrations in support of text by Margaret Case Harriman, Rinehart: 1951.
* "Angel Auditions," Holiday, January 1951.
* Show Business is No Business, Simon and Schuster: 1951.
* "Americans in London," Holiday, May 1952.
* The Best Plays of 1952-1953, edited by Louis Kronenberger, Dodd Mead: 1953.
* The Best Plays of 1953-1954, edited by Louis Kronenberger, Dodd Mead: 1954.
* Manhattan and Me, illustrations in support of text by Oriana Atkinson, Bobbs-Merrill: 1954.
* Treadmill to Oblivion, illustrations in support of text by Fred Allen, Little Brown: 1954.
* The Best Plays of 1954-1955, edited by Louis Kronenberger, Dodd Mead: 1955.
* Do Re Mi, illustrations in support of text by Garson Kanin, Little Brown: 1955.
* The Best Plays of 1956-1957, edited by Louis Kronenberger, Dodd Mead: 1957.
* The Best Plays of 1958-1959, edited by Louis Kronenberger, Dodd Mead: 1959.
* The American Theater as Seen by Hirschfeld, includes commentary, George Braziller: 1961.
* The Best Plays of 1961-1962, edited by Henry Hewes, Dodd Mead: 1962.
* The Best Plays of 1962-1963, edited by Henry Hewes, Dodd Mead: 1963.
* Sirens Should Be Seen and Not Heard, cover for Hermione Gingold, JB Lippincott: 1963.
* The Best Plays of 1963-1964, edited by Henry Hewes, Dodd Mead: 1964.
* Hirschfeld Folio 1964, Playbill: 1964.
* The Best Plays of 1964-1965, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1965.
* The Best Plays of 1965-1966, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1966.
* The Best Plays of 1966-1967, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1967.
* The Best Plays of 1967-1968, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1968.
* My Year in the White House Doghouse, illustrations in support of text by Ralph Schoenstein, David White: 1969.
* The World of Al Hirschfeld, Harry N. Abrams: 1970.
* The Best Plays of 1969-1970, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1970.
* The Best Plays of 1970-1971, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1971. ISBN: 0396064299.
* The Best Plays of 1971-1972, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1972. ISBN: 0396066984 .
* A Flask of Fields: Verbal Gems from the Films of W.C. Fields, illustrations in support of text edited by Richard J. Anobile, Avon: 1972.
* The Best Plays of 1972-1973, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, W. Clements: 1973. ISBN: 0396068782.
* The Lively Years: 1920-1973, with Brooks Atkinson, Association Press: 1973. ISBN: 0809618567.
* The Best Plays of 1973-1974, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1974. ISBN: 0396070175.
* Hooray for Captain Spaulding! Verbal and Visual Gems from Animal Crackers, jacket illustrations in support of text edited by Richard J. Anobile, Darien House: 1974. ISBN: 0517516837.
* The Best Plays of 1974-1975, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1975. ISBN: 0396072208.
* Life Goes to the Movies, illustrations in support of text by David E. Scherman, Time-Life: 1975. ISBN: 0809416433.
* "Godfrey Daniels!": Verbal Gems from the Short Films of W.C. Fields, illustrations in support of text edited by Richard J. Anobile, Darien House: 1975. ISBN:0517520346.
* At This Point in Rhyme, illustrations in support of text by Edgar Yipsel Harburg, Crown: 1976.
* Sons Come and Go, Mothers Hang in Forever, illustrations in support of text by William Saroyan, Franklin Library: 1976.
* The Secret Word is Groucho, cover, Putnam: 1976.
* The Best Plays of 1975-1976, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1976.
* Call Them Irreplaceable, illustrations in support of text by John Fisher, Stein and Day: 1976. ISBN: 0812819276.
* The Best Plays of 1976-1977, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, W. Clements: 1977. ISBN: 0396075010.
* Eastward Ha!, illustrations in support of text by S.J. Perelman, Simon and Schuster: 1977.
* The Best Plays of 1977-1978, edited by Otis L. Guersey, Dodd Mead: 1978. ISBN: 0396076378.
* Not-So-Simple Neil Simon, illustrations in support of text by Edythe McGovern, Perivale Press: 1978. ISBN: 0912288116.
* The Best Plays of 1978-1979, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1979.
* Journey to the Center of the Theatre, illustrations in support of text by Walter Kerr, Alfred A. Knopf: 1979. ISBN: 0394503600.
* Hirschfeld by Hirschfeld, Dodd Mead: 1979. ISBN: 0396077773.
* The Best Plays of 1979-1980, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, W. Clements: 1980. ISBN: 0396079075.
* Hirschfeld's World, Harry N. Abrams: 1981. ISBN: 0810922452.
* Indecent Exposure: A True Story of Hollywood and Wall Street, William Morrow: 1982.
* The Best Plays of 1980-1981, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1982. ISBN: 039608012X.
* A Streetcar Named Desire, illustrations in support of text by Tennesse Williams, Limited Editions Club: 1982.
* The Best Plays of 1981-1982, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1983.
* The Best Plays of 1982-1983, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1983.
* The Best Plays of 1983-1984, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1984. ISBN: 0396083471.
* American Popular Song: Six Decades of Songwriter and Singers, illustrations and/or cover in support of text by James R. Morris, Smithsonian Institution Press: 1984.
* The Best Plays of 1984-1985, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Dodd Mead: 1985. ISBN: 0396086128.
* Blessings in Disguise, cover by Hirschfeld in support of text by Alec Guinness, Knopf: 1986.
* And Did You Once See Sidney Plain? A Random Memoir of S.J. Perelman, illustrations in support of text by Max Wilk. Norton: 1986. ISBN: 0393023435.
* Curtain Times: The New York Theatre, 1965-1987, illustrations in support of text by Otis L. Guernsey. Applause: 1987. ISBN: 0936839236.
* A Hymn to Him: The Lyrics of Alan Jay Lerner, illustrations in suport of text edited by Benny Green, Fitzhenry and Whiteside: 1987. ISBN: 0879101091.
* Laughing Matters: A Celebration of American Humor, illustrations and/or dust jacket in support of text edited by Gene Shalit. Doubleday: 1987. ISBN:0385185472.
* The Best Plays of 1988-1989, edited by Otis L. Guernsey and Jeffrey Sweet, Applause: 1989. ISBN: 1557830568.
* City of Angels, one of a few illustrators supporting text by Larry Gelbart, Cy Coleman and David Zippel, Applause: 1990. ISBN: 1557830819.
* The Algonquin Wits: Bon Mots, Wisecracks, Epigrams and Gags, illustrations and/or cover in support of text edited by Robert E. Drennan. Citadel: 1990. ISBN: 0806509473.
* A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, illustrations in support of text by Larry Gelbart and Bert Shrevelove, Applause: 1990. ISBN: 1557830649.
* Hirschfeld: Art and Recollections from Eight Decades, Scribners: 1991. ISBN: 0684193655.
* Kitchen Classics from the Philharmonic: A Culinary and Musical Celebration, illustrations in support of text by June Lebell. Doubleday: 1992. ISBN: 0385423373.
* The Applause-Best Plays Theater Yearbook, 1991-1992: Featuring the Ten Best Plays of the Year, Applause: 1992. ISBN: 1557831467.
* The Best Plays of 1992-1993, edited by Otis L. Guernsey and Jeffrey Sweet, Applause: 1993. ISBN: 0879101733.
* The Best Plays 1993-1994, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Limelight Editions: 1994. ISBN: 0879101830
* The Best Plays 1997-1998, edited by Otis L. Guernsey, Limelight Editions: 1998. ISBN: 0879102713
* In Line with Al Hirschfeld, Katonah Museum of Art: 1998.
* Hirschfeld On Line, Applause: 1999. ISBN: 1557833567.
* The Best Plays of 2000-20001, edited by Jeffrey Eric Jenkins, Limelight Editions: 2002. ISBN: 0879109688.
* Hirschfeld's New York, text in support by Clare Bell, Harry N. Abrams: 2001. ISBN: 0810929740.



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HOEST, WILLIAM
b. 1926 (Newark)
d. 1988

Selected Major Works
image* The Lockhorns: What's the Garbage Doing on the Stove? Signet: 1975.
* Bumper Snickers, Signet: 1976.
* The Lockhorns: "Loretta, the Meat Loaf is Moving" Signet: 1976.
* Hoest Toasties Tempo Star Books: 1978. ISBN: 0441339809
* More Bumper Snickers, Signet: 1979.
* The Lockhorns:Is This Steak or Charcoal? Signet: 1979.
* Agatha Crumm, Signet: 1980.
* Howard Huge, Lyle Stuart: 1981.
* The Lockhorns: I See You Burned the Cold Cuts Again, NAL: 1981. ISBN: 0451097114
* The Return of Agatha Crumm, Signet: 1982. ISBN: 0451115260
* Even More Bumper Snickers, Signet: 1982. ISBN:0 451113993
* The Lockhorns: Giant Size, Tor Books: 1984.
* The Lockhorns, Tom Doherty: 1990. ISBN: 0812510208
* The Lockhorns: What Do You Mean You Weren't Listening? I Didn't Say Anything, Tom Doherty: 2001. ISBN:0812572580



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HOKINSON, HELEN
b. 1893 (Mendota, IL)
d. 1949 (Washington, DC)

Selected Major Works
image* Various cartoons in The New Yorker, 1925-1949.
* Garden Clubs & Spades, illustrations in support of prose by Laurence McKinney, Dutton: 1941.
* We Followed Our Hearts to Hollywood, illustrations in support of prose by Emily Kimbrough, Dodd, Mead & Co.: 1943.
* How Dear Is My Heart, illustrations in support of prose by Emily Kimbrough, Dodd, Mead & Co.: 1945.
* My Best Girls, World Pub: 1945.
* When Were You Built? Dutton: 1948.
* It Gives Me Great Pleasure, illustrations in support of prose by Emily Kimbrough, Dodd, Mead & Co.: 1948.
* The Ladies, God Bless 'Em! Dutton: 1950.
* There Are Ladies Present, Dutton: 1952.
* Hokinson Festival, Dutton: 1956.



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IRVIN, REA
b. 1881
d. 1972

Selected Major Works
image* Philo Gubb: Correspondence School Detective, with Ellis Parker Butler, Houghton Mifflin: 1918.
* Ain't Angie Awful! With Gelett Burgess, Dorrance: 1923.
* Opera Guyed, Alfred A. Knopf: 1923.
* Alice in the Delighted States, with Edward Hope, Macveagh: 1928.
* The Saloon Not Wet – Dry Just History, with other illustrators over text by George Ade, Ray Long and Richard R. Smith: 1931.
* Hot Water, Illustrations for P.G. Wodehouse, A.L. Burt: 1932.
* Theatre Guyed, with Newman Levy, Alfred A. Knopf: 1933.
* Various Cartoons, The New Yorker, 1936-1974.
* Cocktail Guide and Ladies' Companion, with Crosby Gaige, The Gangster Co.: 1941.
* Snoot if You Must, with Lucius Morris Beebe, Appleton-Century: 1943.
* The Standard Cocktail Guide, with Crosby Gaige, M. Barrows: 1944.
* The Unsuccesful Elf, with Paul Wing, Rinehart: 1947.
* The Story of Ernie Pyle, with Lee G. Miller, Viking Press: 1950.
* Bed of Nueroses, with Wolcott Gibbs, Charter Books: 1963.



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OPPER, FREDERICK BURR
b. 1857 (Madison, Ohio)
d. 1937 (New Rochelle, New York)

Lambiek.net
Ohio State Cartoon Library
Wikipedia.org

Selected Major Works
image* cartoons/illustrations in Wild Oats, 1876.
* cartoons/illustrations in Scribner's
* cartoons/illustrations in St. Nicholas
* cartoons/illustrations in Frank Leslie's Weekly, 1877-1880.
* cartoons/illustrations in Puck, 1880-1898.
* Puck's Opper Book, 1888.
* Bill Nye's Comic History of the U.S., illustrations, Thompson and Thomas: 1894.
* Shakespeare Would Ride the Bicycle If Alive Today: The Reasons Why, illustrations, The Company: 1896.
* Happy Hooligan, newspaper comic strip, 1900-1932.
* Alphonse & Gaston, newspaper comic strip.
* Howsan Lott, newspaper comic strip.
* Our Antediluvian Ancestors, newspaper comic strip.
* The Folks in Funnyville, 1900.
* Willie and His Papa and the Rest of the Family, Grosset & Dunlap: 1901.
* Mr. Dooley's Philosophy, illustrations, R.H. Russell: 1902.
* Our Antideluvian Ancestors, Arthur Pearson: 1903.
* And Her Name Was Maud, newspaper comic strip, 1904-unknown.
* Travels Of Happy Hooligan, American Journal Examiner: 1906.
* Happy Hooligan Home Again, 1907.
* Mother Goose's Rhymes, illustrations, J.P. Lipincott: 1913.
* WA: The Story of Happy Hooligan, Marion Kinnaird, McLoughlin: 1932.
* Happy Hooligan 1904-1905, Hyperion Press: 1977. ISBN 0883556588.



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ROBINSON, BOARDMAN
b. 1876 (Somerset, Nova Scotia)
d. 1952

Encyclopedia Britannica
Marxists.org
Spartacus Schoolnet

Selected Major Works
image* Cartoons on the War, E.P. Dutton: 1915
* The War on All Fronts: The War in Eastern Europe, illustrations in support of text by John Reed, Scribner's: 1916.
* The Brothers Karamazov, illustrations, Random House: 1933.
* Colomba, illustrations in support of text by Merimee Prosper, Allyn and Bacon: 1916.
* Rhymes of If and Why, illustrations in support of text by Betty Sage, Duffield: 1927.
* The Idiot, illustrations, Modern Library, 1935.
* Boardman Robinson: Ninety-Three Drawings, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center: 1937.
* King Lear, illusrations, Limited Editions Club:1939.
* Spoon River Anthology, illustrations, Limited Editions Club: 1942.
* Moby Dick, illustrations, Limited Editions Club: 1943.
* Leaves of Grass, illustrations, Modern Library: 1944.
* BA: Boardman Robinson, Albert Christ-Janer, University of Chicago Press: 1946.
* Moby Dick, illustrations, Easton Press: 1977.
* BA: Art For The Masses, Rebecca Zurier, Temple University Press: 1989. ISBN: 0877226709.
* War in Eastern Europe: Travels Through the Balkans in 1915. Phoenix: 1999. ISBN: 0753809265.



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SALE, TIM
b. 1956 (Ithaca, New York)

Personal Web Site
Lambiek.net Entry
Wikipedia Entry

Selected Major Works
image* Thieves World 1, Donning: 1985, ISBN: 0898654157
* Thieves World 2, Donning: 1986, ISBN: 0898654165
* Thieves World 3, Donning
* Thieves World 4, Donning
* Thieves World 5, Donning: 1987, ISNB: 0898655218
* Challengers of the Unknown, DC Comics
* Deathblow (series), WildStorm
* Grendel, Comico:
* Bili 99 #1-4, Dark Horse: 1991
* Legends of the Dark Knight #32-34, DC Comics: 1992
* Legends of the Dark Knight: Choices, DC Comics: 1993
* Legends of the Dark Knight: Ghosts, DC Comics: 1994
* Legends of the Dark Knight: Madness, DC Comics: 1995
* Batman: Haunted Knight, DC Comics: 1996
* Batman: The Long Halloween (series), DC Comics: 1996/1997
* Batman: Dark Victory (series), DC Comics: 1999/2000
* Superman: For All Seasons, DC Comics: 1998
* Deathblow: Sinners and Saints, WildStorm: 1999. ISBN: 1563895471
* Batman: The Long Halloween, DC Comics: 1999. ISBN: 9781563894695
* Daredevil: Yellow (series), Marvel: 2001
* Bili 99 (re-issue), Dark Horse: 2002. ISBN: 1569718199
* Batman: Dark Victory, DC Comics: 2002
* Spider-Man: Blue (series), Marvel: 2002
* Wolverine/Gambit: Victims, Marvel: 2002
* Queen & Country, Vol. 1: Operation Broken Ground, Oni Press: 2002
* Daredevil: Yellow, Marvel: 2001. ISBN: 0785109692
* Hulk: Gray (series), Marvel: 2003
* Challengers of the Unknown Must Die!, DC Comics: 2004. ISBN: 1401203744
* Solo #1, DC Comics: 2004
* Spider-Man: Blue, Marvel: 2004. ISBN: 0785110712
* Tim Sale: Black and White, Active Images: 2004. ISBN: 0974056766
* Hulk: Gray, Marvel: 2005. ISBN: 0785113460
* Superman: Confidential (series), DC Comics: 2006
* Catwoman: When in Rome, DC Comics: 2007
* Johnny Repeat 1.0: The End of the Way that Was, Citizen Press: 2006
* The Long Halloween (Absolute Batman), DC Comics: 2007. ISBN: 1401212824