Table of contents for Cartoon America : comic art in the Library of Congress / edited by Harry Katz.

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Contents
Preface by James H. Billington, Librarian of Congress
Editor's Foreword by Harry Katz
Acknowledgments
A Cartoon Odyssey by J. Arthur Wood, Jr.
A Brief History of American Cartooning by Harry Katz
Cartoon Connoisseurship: What Makes a Great Cartoon Great? by Alan Fern
Honoré Daumier: Daumier and Censorship by Judith Wechsler
An Explosion of Color: The Age of the Chromolithographic Weekly by Richard West
Posada, Printmaker to the Mexican People by Ron Tyler
The Yellow Kid by Jerry Robinson
Lyonel Feininger by Art Spiegelman
Rose O'Neill and Nell Brinkley by Trina Robbins
Reginald Marsh by Martha Kennedy
Winsor McCay's Political Cartoons by Martha Kennedy
John Held, Jr., The Jazz Age Cartoonist by Elena Millie
Every Picture Tells a Story by Brian Walker
Frank King's Gasoline Alley by Chris Ware
K'Mon, "Klio." Tune Up the Old Harp and Let's Go. Zip. Pow! by Pat McDonnell
Blondie Gets Married by Sara Duke
Clare Briggs by Ed Sorel
Humor Devoid of Nonsense: The Caricature Drawings of Miguel Covarrubias and Al 
Hirschfeld by Wendy Wick Reaves
Animation Art at the Library of Congress by John Canemaker
The Midwest School of Editorial Cartooning by Lucy Caswell
Cartoonists Rally During World War II by Sara Duke
Charles Schulz and Mort Walker by Robert C. Harvey
James Thurber by John Updike
Comic Book Treasures by Paul Levitz
Consider Saul Steinberg by R. O. Blechman
Jules Feiffer by Harry Katz
Caricature and Communication by David Levine
Political Drawings by Pat Oliphant
Thank You, Ollie Harrington! by Brumsic Brandon, Jr.
Born of Upheaval: Cartoons of the Vietnam War by Tony Auth
Underground Comix by Bill Griffith
On Cartooning by Roz Chast
Mothers, Don't Let Your Daughters Grow Up to Be Cartoonists! by Nicole Hollander
Jimmy Misses Superman: Jeff MacNelly by Mike Peters
The Joy of Writing by Lynn Johnston
Caricature as Weapon by Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher 
God, We Had Fun: Herblock by Paul Conrad
Creative First Responders: Cartoons of 9/11 by Martha Kennedy 
Afterword by Harry Katz [TK]
Contributor Biographies [TK]
List of Illustrations [Harry, do we need?]
Permissions [TK]
Index [TK]

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Caricatures and cartoons -- United States.
American wit and humor, Pictorial.
United States -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Caricatures and cartoons -- Washington (D.C.).
Library of Congress -- Art collections.