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Bill Mauldin Beyond Willie and Joe: An online tribute drawn from the collections of the Library of Congress

Introduction - Early Years - At War - In Mufti
Turn in Career - Cartoonist, Nevertheless
Read More About It - Object Checklist - Acknowledgments

William Henry Mauldin (1921-2003), better known to the world as Bill Mauldin, was one of the most popular and influential cartoonists of the twentieth century. He passed away on January 22, 2003 after a long career dedicated to caricature and cartoon. This online presentation celebrates his life and features a selection of original cartoons spanning the artist's remarkable career and draws exclusively from the collections of the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress.

All objects in this tribute have been selected from the 1975 gift of Bill Mauldin, unless otherwise stated.   All of the objects are housed in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress.
Comments on the this online presentation: [email protected].
"Let that one go. He says he don't wanna be mah equal"
"Let that one go. He says he don't
wanna be mah equal"
, Mar. 2 1960
Crayon, ink, and white out over pencil
Published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 2, 1960.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03250
(digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 530 (A size)
Copyright 1960 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.


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