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April 1, 2015
Collection Finding Aids
Welcome to the John Philip Borger Comic Book Collection Finding Aids
To assist researchers, the large finding aid is presently divided in smaller files. These are organized alphabetically by series title and chronologically within each title.
|Please click on the title section you would like:
||#, A, B
||C, D, E
|| F, G, H
|| I, J, K
||L, M, N
||O, P, Q
||R, S, T
|| U, V, W
|| X, Y, Z
- The Child Study Association of America Records at the Social Welfare History Archives at the University of Minnesota - Boxes 15 & 16 contain materials from the CSAA's comics subcommittee from 1941-1959. This includes materials regarding the U.S. Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency and the 1954 comics scare.
- The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund - a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the First Amendment rights of the comics medium.
- The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, run by the Society of Illustrators. It is the mission of MoCCA to promote the understanding and appreciation of comic and cartoon art along with the artistic, cultural, and historical impact of what is the world’s most popular art form.
- The Cartoon Art Museum - Located downtown in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena cultural district, the museum is home to over 6,000 pieces of original and cartoon and animation art, a comprehensive research library, and five galleries of exhibition space.
- TOON Books - If you're looking to integrate comics into your K-3 curriculum, TOON Books is a valuable resource.
- Michigan State University Libraries Comic Art Collection - Contains over 200,000 items including comic books and collected newspaper comic strips as well as secondary literature and periodicals about comics.
- Comic Book College - A Minneapolis comics institution since 1974.