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Herblock
(By Nate Parsons — The Washington Post)

A Fond Farewell
Hundreds attend memorial service in honor of a gentle man with a mighty pen who skewered the powerful and the pompous but never forgot the importance of kindness.

Obituary: Longtime Post Cartoonist Herblock Dies at 91


1946-1955 1956-1965 1966-1975 1976-1985 1986-1995 Recent



Multimedia
Photo Gallery: Herblock Remembered

Appreciation
Editorial: Herblock (Oct. 8, 2001)
David Von Drehle: Humility Through a Well-Founded Confidence
(Oct. 8, 2001)
Marc Fisher: Herblock's Ideas of Civility, Justice Worth Defending (Oct. 9, 2001)
Robert L. Asher: The Herblock Treatment (Oct. 9, 2001)
David S. Broder: Two Men of Character (Oct. 9, 2001)
Letters to the Editor: Remembering Herblock (Oct. 9, 2001)

From The Post Archives
Katharine Graham: Herblock's Half-Century: A Tiger by the Tail (Dec. 31, 1995)
Herblock, Still Drawing Them In (Oct. 17, 2000)
In His Own Words
On His Career:
1946-1955: The Era of Fear and Smear (The Washington Post, December 31, 1995)
1956-1965: Jim Crow Meets the Great Society (The Washington Post, Month Day, Year)
1966-1975: The Agonizing Age of Nixon (The Washington Post, December 31, 1995)
1976-1985: Onstage With Two Bit Players and a Superstar (The Washington Post, December 31, 1995)
1986-1995: From Reaganomics to 'Revolution' (The Washington Post, December 31, 1995)


Live Online
Tony Auth, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tuesday at 1 p.m. EDT
Mike Luckovich, Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Tuesday at 2 p.m. EDT


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