Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s].

Date
1935 - 1985
By
Cleveland, Francis Leslie, 1921-2014; Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991; Gibbard, Leslie, 1945-2010; Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Lodge, Nevile Sidney, 1918-1989; Minhinnick, Gordon Edward George (Sir), 1902-1992
Ref
A-311-4
Description

Includes:

1970s Eric Heath cartoons featuring Muldoon as a bull in a china shop; Michael Fowler's new mayoral car; salvage charges for the boat "Celtic"; Michael Fowler on a magic carpet; butcher's boy refers customer to his boss for payment; Robert Muldoon and NZ's "economic Dunkirk"; deportation to the UK for stealing a leg of lamb; Matiu Rata's kindness to young people; Norman Kirk slams into a tree of Labour Policy in his Caucus car; Rob Muldoon on the "extreme left wing" of the National Party biplane.

1930-40s Minhinnick cartoons show the genie of Michael Savage appearing to the holder of a lamp; Forbes and Coates peering jealously at the golden egg claimed by Nash and Savage as a 270,000 pound surplus; Forbes and Coates shooting down bills, but with the guns of the Labour opposition upon them; McLagan and the coalminers sing lullaby; Insects topical and sub-topical, including the House Fly (John A Lee); The Labour Bird (Michael Savage, etc; the NZ Labour Party National Executive berates John A Lee for his attack on Michael Savage.

Neville Colvin cartoon from the early 1950s, shows Sid Holland reciting "Who Killed the Council" (after the pattern of "Who killed Cock Robin?").

1970s Nevile Lodge cartoons include: Announcement that School Certificate will be phased out by 1977; man living on canned dogfood rather than ordinary meat; Sir Basil Arthur cites the Official Secrets Act; Tom Skinner threatens his boys with a National win at the next election if they're not good - with his hands he makes the shadow of a monster Muldoon on the wall; Muldoon's difficulties in producing the 1976 budget; Michael Fowler winds up the windows of his new car so that he can't hear the protesters about rates increases; Hugh Templeton protects Broadcasting staff who are in danger of job loss or no holiday pay.

Gibbard cartoon shows the tailor Muldoon fobbing off a customer with a very small suit. (late 1970s?)

Quantity: 28 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) (newspaper clippings of cartoons).

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Format
28 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) (newspaper clippings of cartoons), Works of art, Clippings, Cartoons (Commentary)
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Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :What the hell Bruce. We lose a few old pillars but we get a new dam. National Business Review, 19 July 1982.
Date: 1982 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-311-4-022 Description: The bulldozers building the hydro-electric Clyde dam on the Clutha River are knocking over the temple pillars of 'The Law'. Bruce Beetham's Social Credit Par...
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :IT'S TIME. Gentlemen please!! Dominion, 27 November 1972.
Date: 1972 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-017 Description: Newly elected New Zealand Prime Minister Norman Kirk (leader of the Labour Party) as a barman kicks the defeated Prime Minister Robert Muldoon (leader of the...
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :Don't just stand there - do something! Dominion, 9 March 1978.
Date: 1978 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-018 Description: Shows 'Public' trying to whip up a donkey, 'Government', pulling a "NZ"cart in which a large abbatoir worker slumps indolently. Quantity: 1 newspaper clippi...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :'Excuse me - is this the year 1481? And these auto-de-fe inquisitors presecuting the heretics, sinners, apostates & satanists?' 'No! 1989! And we're here to harass desperate women and burn down the abortion clinic.' 'What's the difference?' National Business Review, 3 November 1989.
Date: 1989 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-311-4-025 Description: A large group of people in the garb of people of extreme views are gathered around the abortion clinic. Quantity: 1 newspaper clipping.. Physical Descripti...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :[Muldoon's policy on apartheid]. National Business Review, 16 March 1981.
Date: 1981 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-311-4-020 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon as a confused rugby referee tries to explain his government's policy on sporting contacts with South Africa. A numb...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Our credit rating has never been higher. National Business Review, 13 April 1981.
Date: 1981 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932-; National Business Review Ltd Ref: A-311-4-021 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon sits on top of a house of cards made of loans from overseas banks. Extended Title - N.Z. negotiates $500 million l...
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :Khandallah scout. Dominion, 1 August 1990.
Date: 1990 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-026 Description: A boy scout, grinning, under the influence of cannabis, gives the boy scout salute. Quantity: 1 newspaper clipping.. Physical Description: Newspaper cuttin...
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :The wool industry. Dominion, 1969.
Date: 1965 - 1969 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-010 Description: As a sheep labelled 'The wool industry' walks away, its fleece catches on thistles named 1965, 1967 and 1968, and unravels. The tail end is exposed to the co...
Scales, Sydney Ernest, 1916-2003 :He's a big boy now! Otago Daily TImes, 4 April 1959.
Date: 1959 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Scales, Sydney Ernest, 1916-2003; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-006 Description: Two vignettes. In the first, in 1939, the New Zealand Minister of Finance, Walter Nash, is seen holding the 'social security' baby in his arms. In the second...
Scales, Sydney Ernest, 1916-2003 :Who said Easter had lost its religious significance? Otago Daily TImes, 13 April 1955.
Date: 1955 From: Various artists :[Collection of cartoon clippings, of works by Eric Heath, Nevile Lodge, Gordon Minhinnick, Neville Colvin, Les Gibbard. 1950-1980s]. By: Scales, Sydney Ernest, 1916-2003; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: A-311-4-005 Description: Punters watching the Easter horse racing are praying that their horse wins. Quantity: 1 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: A4 size photocopy.