New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 2004. Later printing. Large hardcover. 655 pages Massive collection of cartoons that appeared in the New Yorker. Edited by Robert Mankoff. Foreword by David Remnick. Also includes 2 cds with all 68,647 cartoons published in the New Yorker between it's inception in 1925 until 2004. Introductions about the various decades by Roger Angell, Nancy Franklin, Lillian Ross, John Updike, Calvin Trillin, Ian Frazier, Mark Singer, and Rebecca Mead. Some of the many artists include: Peter Arno, James Thurber, William Steig, Saul Steinberg and of course Charles Addams. A tight near fine copy in a close to near fine dust jacket that hat some fading to the edges and some very minor wear. Please note that extra shipping will be required.