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Notes for a history of Irish political cartoonists
- John Doyle ("HB"), published in London 1827-1868
- Harry Furniss, English newspapers and magazines, 1870s on
- The Weekly Freeman, United Ireland (1870s on?)
- Nomad's Weekly
- Richard Moynan (1880s)
- Dublin Opinion, published in Dublin 1922-1968
- Gordon Brewster, staff cartoonist on the Irish Independent 1906-?
- Grace Gifford, Irish magazines, 1908 on
- Bill Glenn, Belfast and Dublin, 1920s on
- Rowel Friers, Belfast, 1940s on
- Flann O'Riain ("Doll")
- Collins Collection of Irish Political Cartoons, University of Illinois
- Political cartoons about Northern Ireland, CAIN
- British cartoon archive
- The Polical Cartoon Society
- Irish Political Prints and Cartoons, Old Irish Maps and Prints
- Multitext Project in Irish History, University College Cork
- Kenneth Baker, "British lion faces Irish monkey", review of Drawing Conclusions: a Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations, Electronic Telegraph, 1 August 1998