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REPRODUCTION NUMBER(S): Library of Congress reproduction numbers, beginning with the prefix "LC-USZ," are provided here for the reader's convenience in obtaining black-and-white photographs ("LC-USZ62-****") or digital files ("LC-DIG-ppmsca-****") from the Library's Duplication Services. Reproduction of works in this exhibition is restricted by copyright law. Appropriate permissions from the Estate of William Mauldin [link to rights and restrictions statement: http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/172_maul.html must be obtained prior to publication or exhibition of the images.

"I won the Nobel Prize for literature. What was your crime?", October 30, 1958
Ink, crayon, and white out over pencil
Published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, October 30, 1958
LC-USZ62-116324
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03231 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 514 (B size)
Copyright 1958 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Bob Briggs, Bill Mauldin holding Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoon, 1959
Silver gelatin photograph
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03232 (digital file from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1715

[Mine expropriation] 1938.
Ink and white out over pencil
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03233 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1258 (A size)
Copyright 1938 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Star Spangled Banter - The 45th is moving into its new temporary (we hope) field camp in the cornfields of Camp Barkeley, [between 1941 and 1942]
Ink and crayon over pencil
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03234 (digital file from original)
LC-USZ62-126150 (b&w film copy neg.)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1695 (D size)
Copyright by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Bill Mauldin at work, ca. 1945
Silver gelatin photograph
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03235 (digital file from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1704

"Didn't we meet at Cassino?" [between 1943 and 1945]
Ink over pencil with white-out
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03236 (digital file from original)
LC-USZ62-119293 (b&w film copy neg.)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 191 (A size)
Copyright by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"I ast her to teach me to yodel. She taught me to yodel" [between 1943 and 1945]
Ink over pencil with white-out
Inscribed on verso: Passed by Fd. Press Censor.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03238 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 187 (A size)
Copyright by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Hi'ya Pop, 1945
Silver gelatin photograph
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03237 (digital file from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1706a

Star Spangled Banter by Sgt. Bill Mauldin, 1944
Washington, D.C.: Army Times Publishing Co., 1944
Copyright Deposit
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03239 (digital file from original)
D745.2.M33 1944
cover

Star Spangled Banter by Sgt. Bill Mauldin, 1944
Washington, D.C.: Army Times Publishing Co., 1944
Copyright Deposit
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03240 (digital file from original)
D745.2.M33 1944
and pp. 26-27

"How's it feel to be a free man, Willie?", Aug. 8, 1945
Ink over pencil with paste-ons
Published Aug. 8, 1945 by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03241 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 218 (A size)
Copyright 1945 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"Stars and Stripes? Never hoid of it!", Aug. 14, 1945
Ink over pencil with paste-ons
Published Aug. 14, 1945 by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03242 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 220 (A size)
Copyright 1945 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"Don't bother Daddy. He's writing a sequel to 'Grapes of Wrath'", Apr. 8, 1946
Ink and white out over pencil with scraping out
Published April 8, 1946
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03243 (digital file from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1697 (C size)
Copyright 1946 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"It's for you", Oct. 1 1948
Ink over pencil
Published in the New York Star, October 1, 1948
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03215 (digital copy from original)
LC-USZ62-116329 (b&w film copy neg.)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 446 (A size)
Copyright 1948 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"Beat it. I'm busy stirrin' up th' masses" Jan. 11, 1949
Ink over pencil with overlay
Published in the New York Star, January 11, 1949
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03245 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 482 (A size)
Copyright 1949 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"Everything I know I've learned since Bennington", 1950
Pencil
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03246 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 96 (AA size)
Copyright 1950 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Bill Mauldin, his second wife Natalie, and two of his sons with Joyce Failing and Loretta Fay, July 1, 1955
Silver gelatin photograph
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03247 (digital copy from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1712

For Congress, Bill Mauldin, 1956
Silkscreen poster with half-tone reproduction
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03248 (digital copy from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1793
Copyright 1956 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Bill Mauldin for Congress, 1956
Silkscreen bumper sticker
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03249 (digital copy from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1792
Copyright 1956 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"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.

"By th' way, what's that big word?", May 15, 1962
Ink, crayon, and white out over pencil with scraping out
Published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 15, 1962.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03216 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 857 (B size)
Copyright 1962 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"And you incited those innocent rioters to violence", Nov. 29, 1962
C rayon, ink, blue pencil, and white out over pencil with overlay
Published in the Chicago Sun-Times November 29, 1962.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03244 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 911 (A size)
Copyright 1962 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"What do you mean, 'not so fast'?", May 10, 1963
Crayon, ink, blue pencil, and white out over pencil
Published in the Chicago Sun-Times, May 10, 1963.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03251 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 957 (A size)
Copyright 1963 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

What to do till the Peace Corps comes, July 13, 1961
Ink, crayon, blue pencil and white out over pencil
Not published
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03252 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1664 (B size)
Copyright 1961 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

What to do till the Peace Corps comes, July 13 1961
Ink, crayon, and white out over pencil
Published in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 13, 1961.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03253 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 747 (A size)
Copyright 1961 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

"Don't forget your commitment", Feb. 16, 1965
Ink, crayon, and white out over pencil with overlay
Inscribed on overlay lower right: Drawn in Viet Nam.
Published in the Chicago Sun-Times, February 16, 1965.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03254 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1209 (A size)
Copyright 1965 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.

Bill Mauldin invades Viet Nam! For the Chicago Sun-Times, 1965
Silver gelatin photograph
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03255 (digital copy from original)
DLC/PP-1975:078.1680c

[Up escalators], May 4, 1965
Crayon, ink, white out and blue pencil over pencil
Published in the Chicago Sun-Times, May 4, 1965.
LC-DIG-ppmsca-03256 (digital copy from original)
CD 1 - Mauldin, no. 1252 (A size)
Copyright 1965 by Bill Mauldin. Reproduced with Permission of the Estate of William Mauldin.


 

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