These articles represent different approaches to iconographical analysis. The notes on Marilyn Monroe concern a single motif, and the piece on Johns a single work. Both are attempts to substitute for the literary source of traditional iconography the known and accessible subject matter of general culture. "Rauschenberg's Graphics" was written without contact with the artist. There seemed to be ample published information lying around unused, so I took that as my source. On the other hand, "Roy Lichtenstein's Period Style" was based on conversation with the artist. The Art Deco revival was new when I wrote (not even named at the time), so that I depended on the artist for essential information. The notes on the changing sense of the term Pop art are a reminder of the mobility of art terms and represent an approach that could be extended to other group designations. "In Place" has not been published before.