Herblock's History:  Political Cartoons from the Crash to the Millennium

Herblock, August 2000
Ink over graphite underdrawing
on layered paper
Gift of Jim Borgman, 2000 (131)

Staff for the Exhibition:

Prints and Photographs Division
Harry Katz, Curator
Sara W. Duke, Assistant Curator
Lucia J. Rather, Editorial and Research Assistance
Richard Herbert, Emily MacKinnon, and Barbara Orbach Natanson

Interpretive Programs Office
Irene Chambers, Interpretive Programs Officer
Martha Hopkins, Exhibit Director
Deborah Durbeck, Production Officer
Margaret Brown, Registrar
Gwynn Wilhelm, Denise Agee, Pamela Steele, Tambra Johnson, Christopher O'Connor, Antonio LaGreca, Ken Stoken, Tracey Avant, Susan Mordan, and Kim Curry

Conservation Office
Maria Nugent, Doris Hamburg, Louise Condon, Holly Krueger, Kate Morrison, Soyeon Choi, Beatriz Haspo, Sylvia Albro, Ann Grossman, Linda Stiber Morenus, Heather Wanser, Terry Boone, Yasmeen Khan, Hans Wang, Kaare Chaffe, Sonja Reid, and Ann Seibert

ITS Scan Lab
Lynn Brooks, Domenic Sergi, Michael Smallwood, and Jade Curtis

Network Development & MARC Standards Office
Elizabeth Miller and Julie Mangin

Photoduplication Service
Yusef El Amin

Exhibition and Publication Design
Riggs Ward Design

The Library of Congress wishes to acknowledge the valuable contributions of Herbert Block, Jean Rickard, Marcela Brané, and Sarah Armstrong to the preparation and planning of this exhibition.

The Library of Congress is grateful to the following artists contributing original works in honor of Herbert Block to the exhibition and permanent collections: Tony Auth, Jim Borgman, Paul Conrad, Jeff Danziger, Jules Feiffer, Jack Higgins, Lynn Johnston, Chuck Jones, Mike Luckovich, Pat Oliphant, Mike Peters, Joel Pett, Ann Telnaes, Tom Toles, Signe Wilkinson.

The exhibition and catalogue were prepared with funds provided by the Caroline and Erwin Swann Memorial Fund for Caricature and Cartoon. The Swann Fund supports an ongoing program at the Library of Congress of preservation, publication, exhibition, acquisition, and scholarly research in the related fields of cartoon, caricature, and illustration.

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