Here's more from the book Great Cartoons of The World, volume II from 1968, edited by John Bailey.
Robert Day in The New Yorker
You have to understand, it was a different time, and..uh..the sixties...and I'm posting it for historical purposes...because...Nuremberg defense...and...
Who am I kidding? Yeah, it's racist.
By Ton Smits.
Freidrich-Karl Waechter for Bärmeier and Nikel
Bruce Petty for Punch
John Glashan for Psychoanalytic Reporter.
Charles Addams for The New Yorker with a Cousin Itt prototype later used in The Addams Family.
J. M. Bosc for Paris Match.
Edward Koren in The New Yorker
Robert Day again, in The New Yorker two years earlier.
Donald Reilly for The New Yorker.
Boris Druckerin, you guessed it, the New Yorker.
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