Paterson, Alan Stuart, 1902-1968 :[Hand-made scrapbook of cartoons in strip form, cut from newspapers, by A S Stuart. 1930s-1940s]
- 1930 - 1950
- Paterson, Alan Stuart, 1902-1968; Angus, Don, active 1938
A series of cartoons in strip form, covering a variety of topics, including: the outbreak and resulting ongoing conflict of World War II; farming issues; taxi drivers being likened to ships' captains; parliamentary debates; sports, including horseracing, golf and rugby; regularly-appearing characters called 'Our Uncle James' and 'Litte Eric'; rabbit-fur coats in men's fashion; growing vegetables in flower containers; and swimming in the sea as recreation, amongst other local and national topics
Other cartoonists represented in the scrapbook include Don Angus and 'BIM' (one cartoon each; the cartoon by Angus ia also at A-312-2-003l, and is digitised)
Quantity: 1 album(s).
Physical Description: Newspaper cuttings adhered to paper [50 p], cover of card and attached with staples, 345 x 235 mm (cover)
Provenance: Donation: Christine Clement, Te Puke, August 2014
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- 1 album(s), Works of art, Comics, Cartoons (Commentary), Newspaper cuttings adhered to paper [50 p], cover of card and attached with staples, 345 x 235 mm (cover)
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