Read More About Bill Mauldin
Bill Mauldin. Back home. New York: W. Sloan Associates,
Bill Mauldin. Bill Mauldin in Korea. New York: W. W. Norton,
Bill Mauldin. Bill Mauldin's army. New York: Sloane, 1951.
Bill Mauldin. Bill Mauldin's army. Novato, CA: Presidio,
Bill Mauldin. The Brass Ring. New York: W. W. Norton &
Company, Inc., 1971.
Bill Mauldin. I've decided I want my seat back. New York:
Harper & Row,1965.
Bill Mauldin. Let's Declare Ourselves Winners ...and Get the
Hell Out. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1985.
Bill Mauldin. Mud & guts: a look at the common soldier
of the American revolution. Harpers Ferry, W. Va.: National
Bill Mauldin. Mud, mules, and mountains: cartoons of the A.
E. F. in Italy. Naples:1944.
Bill Mauldin. A sort of a saga. New York: Sloane Associates,1949.
Bill Mauldin. A sort of a saga. New York: Norton,1973.
Bill Mauldin. Star spangled banter. San Antonio, Tex.:Universal
Bill Mauldin. Star spangled banter. Washington, D.C.:
Army Times Publishing Co.,1944.
Bill Mauldin. This damn tree leaks: a collection of war cartoons.
Bill Mauldin. Up front. New York: H. Holt and company,1945.
Bill Mauldin. Up front. Cleveland and New York: The World
Bill Mauldin. Up front. Foreword by David Halberstam.
New York: Norton,1968.
Bill Mauldin. Up front. Introduction by Stephen E. Ambrose.
New York: W.W. Norton, 2000.
Bill Mauldin. Up high with Bill Mauldin. Lock Haven, Pa.:
Piper Aircraft Corp.,1956.
Bill Mauldin. What's got your back up? New York: Harper,
Mary Bolté. How to win over your children, illustrated
by Bill Mauldin. New York: Viking Press, 1966.
Omar Bradley. A soldier's story. Foreword by Bill Mauldin.
Chicago: Rand McNally,1978. Reprint from1951.
Milton Caniff. Male call:1942-1946, featuring Miss Lace.
Foreword by Bill Mauldin. Princeton, Wis.: Kitchen Sink Press,1987.
Oley Kohlman. Up hill with the ski troops, cartoons by
Bill Mauldin, cover by Jerry Palen. Walden, Colo.: O. Kohlman,1985.
Oley Kohlman. Up hill with the ski troops, cartoons by Bill Mauldin,
cover by Jerry Palen. Walden, Colo.: O. Kohlman,1995.
M.G. Lord. Mean sheets: political cartoons. Foreword by
Bill Mauldin. Boston: Little, Brown, 1982.
Patrick Oliphant. Make my day!: more cartoons. Foreword
by Bill Mauldin. Kansas City, [Kan.]: Andrews, McMeel & Parker,1985.
John Osborne. The first two years of the Nixon watch.
Illustrated by Robert Osborn and Bill Mauldin. New York: Liveright,
John Osborne. The second year of the Nixon watch. Illustrated
by Bill Mauldin. New York: Liveright, 1971.
Mike Peters. The Nixon chronicles. Foreword by Bill Mauldin.
Dayton, Ohio: Lorenz Press, 1976.
Don Robinson. News of the 45th. By Sergeant
Don Robinson, with art by Sergeant Bill Mauldin. Norman: University
of Oklahoma press,1944.
Richard H. Rovere. The Goldwater caper. With cartoons
by Bill Mauldin. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1965.
Mike Royko. Up against it. Introd. by Bill Mauldin. Chicago:
H. Regnery Co.,1967.
Robert Ellis Smith. The Big Brother book of lists. Cartoons
by Bill Mauldin and Paul Conrad. Los Angeles: Price/Stern/Sloan
Tributes to cartoonist, Bill Mauldin by all the top cartoonists,
from Daryl Cagle's Professional Cartoonists Index via Slate:
Other Repositories for Mauldin Cartoons
45th Infantry Division Museum, 2145 N.E. 36th, Oklahoma
City, OK 73111, (405) 424-5313 http://www.45thdivisionmuseum.com/Exhibits/Mauldin.html
Other Sources Consulted for this Tribute
Jeff Danziger, "Remembering Mauldin," American Association
of Editorial Cartoonists Notebook, February 2003, American
Association of Editorial Cartoonists, 2003.
John Gorenfeld, "In Memoriam: Bill Mauldin" Flak Magazine,
January 24, 2003, http://www.flakmag.com/opinion/mauldin.html
R.C. Harvey, "Bill Mauldin Fades Away, The Old Soldier Gets a Yahtzee,"
on Harv's Hindsights, February 1, 2003, http://www.rcharvey.com/hindsight/mauldin.html
John Koffend, "Hit It If It's Big," Time, 78, 3 (July
V. Cullum Rogers, "Rest in Peace, Bill Mauldin: The influential,
uncompromising, and hard-living cartoonist, 81, dies after long
struggle," American Association of Editorial Cartoonists Notebook,
Richard Severo, "Bill Mauldin, Newspaper Cartoonist, Dies at 81,"
reprinted in "William Henry "Bill" Mauldin, Sergeant, United States
Army" on the Arlington National Cemetery Website,
Terrence Smith, "In Memorium: Bill Mauldin, Jan. 23, 2003," Online
Neil Steinberg, Chicago Sun-times Staff Reporter, "Cartoonist Bill
Mauldin is dead," January 23, 2001, reproduced on http://www.tuxjunction.net/mauldin.htm
Tom Tomorrow, "Fiercely liberal Bill Mauldin has passed away,"
January 23, 2003, From This Modern World, http://www.thismodernworld.com/weblog/mtarchives/week_2003_01_19.html#000117
Richard Samuel West, "Mauldin: From Willie and Joe to Ronnie,"
Target, 3, 10 (Winter 1984):4-13.