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American comic strips before 1918
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American comic strips before 1918[edit]

The Little Bears (1893)
The Yellow Kid (1895)
The Katzenjammer Kids (1897)
Happy Hooligan (1900)
Alphonse and Gaston (1901)
Buster Brown (1902)
Hugo Hercules (1902)
A. Piker Clerk (1903)
Mr. Jack (1903)
And Her Name Was Maud (1904)
Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (1904)
Little Jimmy (1904)
Little Nemo (1905)
The Outbursts of Everett True (1905)
The Kin-der-Kids (1906)
Mutt and Jeff (1907)
Toonerville Folks (1908)
Mr. Block (1912)
Old Doc Yak (1912)
Polly and Her Pals (1912)
Bringing Up Father (1913)
Hawkshaw the Detective (1913)
Krazy Kat (1913)
Abie the Agent (1914)
The Teenie Weenies (1914)
Boob McNutt (1915)
Freckles and His Friends (1915)
Baron Bean (1916)
The Gumps (1917)
Reg'lar Fellers (1917)
The Bungle Family (1918)
Cap Stubbs and Tippie (1918)
Gasoline Alley (1918)
Toots and Casper (1918)
Gene Ahern
Carl Thomas Anderson
Walter Berndt
Merrill Blosser
Clare Briggs
Gene Byrnes
Percy Crosby
Billy DeBeck
Rudolph Dirks
William Donahey
Edwina Dumm
Lyonel Feininger
Bud Fisher
Fontaine Fox
Rube Goldberg
Milt Gross
George Herriman
Harry Hershfield
Billy Ireland
Frank King
Harold Knerr
Winsor McCay
George McManus
Jimmy Murphy
Frederick Burr Opper
Richard F. Outcault
Sidney Smith
Cliff Sterrett
Jimmy Swinnerton
Publishers, syndicates and newspapers
William Randolph Hearst
S. S. McClure
Joseph Pulitzer
King Features Syndicate
United Media
Chicago's American
Chicago Tribune
New York Evening Mail
New York Herald
New York Journal American
New York World
New York World-Telegram
The San Francisco Examiner