The Funny Side of the Street features samples of the "Pepper…and Salt" cartoons that appeared in the Wall Street Journal starting in the 1950s. The cartoons are accompanied by brief essays about the business world and financial conditions of the decades in which they appeared. Also includes a brief history of the cartoon feature, a note on the feature from its founder, and a reading list. From the Baker Library at the Harvard Business School. [from the Librarians' Index to the Internet]
You can browse archives of the cartoons from the 1950s to the present.
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