Answered By: Cynthia Churchwell
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2016     Views: 386

Can I get copies of Wall Street Journal cartoons for publication?



The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection at Baker Library Historical Collections consists of about 200  “Pepper…and Salt” cartoons representing the 1950s through the 1990s and the early 21st century. To see these cartoons, please contact Baker Library Historical Collections.

More than 20 collections of "Pepper...and Salt" cartoons have been published since 1953.  A "Pepper...and Salt" Reading List contains links to the books and purchasing information.

Baker Library Historical Collections does not own the copyright to the Wall Street Journal Cartoons. Cartoons in this collection are copyrighted by Cartoon Features Syndicate. Reprint rights to this material for commercial use must be licensed by the syndicate.

Please send requests for WSJ’s “Pepper…and Salt” cartoons to the address below.  Include a copy of the cartoon with your request to:

Permissions Editor
Cartoon Features Syndicate
1617 Bayhouse Court, BA 117
Sarasota, FL 34231