- 1974 - 1982
- Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-
- Shows a small boy looking at a huge block of ice containing woolly mammoths in the form of Sir Robert Muldoon and Sir Tom Skinner. Published in the New Zealand listener, October 22, p[197-?] page 98. According to the catalogue for "A bit of cheek" it was drawn for the cover of Rob G Campbell's 1974 book "Industrial conflict at Longburn". However it does not appear in the Library's copy of that book at ATL Box 331.8928649 CAM 1974, nor in Campbell's "After the freeze" at ATL q332.141 BUS 1983. Published in 'Grant, Ian F. Public Lives - New Zealand's Premiers and Prime Ministers 1856-2003 (Book title)' 2003. Exhibited in 'A Bit of Cheek: The Many Faces of Muldoon' an exhibition organised by the New Zealand Cartoon Archive Trust in association with the Alexander Turnbull Library, late 1992-1994. Quantity: 1 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Ink and ballpoint drawing, on sheet 375 x 380 mm. Provenance: Deposited by the cartoonist in 1992.
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- 1 original cartoon(s), Works of art, Ink drawings, Caricatures, Cartoons (Commentary), Portraits, Ink and ballpoint drawing, on sheet 375 x 380 mm., Orientation: Square image
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