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    Herbert Lawrence Block, commonly known as Herblock (October 13, 1909 – October 7, 2001), was an American editorial cartoonist and author best known for his commentaries on national domestic and foreign policy.

  2. The Library of Congress celebrates Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Herb Block (1909–2001) with a look at his remarkable seventy-two-year career (1929–2001). Herblock! includes eighty-two original cartoon drawings, primarily selected from the Library’s extensive Herbert L. Block Collection.

  3. By 1941, with Britain under siege by the Nazis and the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor still on the horizon, Herb Block's cartoons took aim at the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis. Fred Ferguson, president of NEA, opposed what he called the cartoonist's "interventionism" and what Herb Block called "anti-isolationism."

  4. 1929-1930s. Herblock began drawing cartoons for daily newspapers in his native Chicago in 1929, just six months before the stock market crash plunged the world into the Great Depression. During his first decade as a cartoonist, the themes of economic catastrophe and war dominated his work.

  5. A representative sample of original drawings by Herbert L. Block ("Herblock"), an editorial cartoonist who worked primarily at the Washington Post. More than 350 cartoons; selection from full collection of more than 14,300 original drawings; records being added.

  6. Herbert Lawrence Block, caricaturista del periódico Washington Post, cuyos trabajos, con el seudónimo de Herblock, aparecen de vez en cuando en NOTICIAS DE ACTUALIDAD, acaba de ganar un Premio Pulitzer de 500 dólares (20.000 pesetas) por su notable labor como caricaturista durante el año 1953.