University of California, Berkeley
One drawing is a comic strip about a dream machine. The other bears the following text "Barbarian killer funnies #1[copyright] 1974 by T. Bird. No reprint ... This mess is published by Bud Plant ... San Jose.".
University of Virginia
Political cartoons by: Mauldin, Peggy Parker, Gib Crockett, Jim Berryman, Joe Parrish, Frank Interiano, S.M. (Jerry) Iger, J.F. Meehan, Wayne Stayskal, Hugh E. Kennedy, Bruce McCall, Oliphant and Herb Block
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Original pen and ink drawings by an editorial cartoonist for the "Baltimore Sun" which primarily concern national and international news events during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Nine cartoons by Ritchie re: women's changing roles
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The cartoons look at the lighter side of unions, management, workplace situations, office politics, government regulation, workplace safety, computers, and U.S. President Gerald Ford. Many of the cartoons appeared in United Steelworkers of America publications. Some lack captions
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Eight editorial cartoons by an artist whose work is syndicated by the Newspaper Enterprise Association
Harvard University - Fine Arts Library
Editorial and political cartoons, caricatures, comics, and humorous illustrations from the 19th and early 20th centuries
Connecticut Historical Society
Cartoons with verse about Kornelia Kinks, an African-American in her teens, and her family