Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists

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Date
[1946-1996]
By
Milne, Don, 1936?-
Ref
B-204-001/020
Description

Cartoons collected by Don Milne on various topics by New Zealand cartoonists between 1946 and 1996, including E F Hiscocks, Alan Paterson, Eric Heath, Gordon Minhinnick, Bob Brockie, Bill Wrathall, Malcolm Evans, and Laurence Clark (Klarc).

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Quantity: 20 original cartoon(s).

Physical Description: Ink, pencil, and white corrector on paper, sizes vary.

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Format
20 original cartoon(s), Cartoons (Commentary), Caricatures, Ink, pencil, and white corrector on paper, sizes vary.
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Date: [1990s?] From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists Ref: B-204-018 Description: A story in eight panels regarding a "top secret despatch from Major Von Temporary" about "Hone Hacker" chopping down a flagpole. Refers to the felling of the...
Date: [1986?] From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Minhinnick, Gordon Edward George (Sir), 1902-1992 Ref: B-204-001 Description: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher, is shown tied up and placed in a cauldron labelled "democracy". People in grass skirts with their fa...
Date: 21 February 1992 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Clark, Laurence, 1949- Ref: B-204-010 Description: A statue of Roger Douglas with ladders leaning against it and people working on the statue with hammers. Broken statues of Stalin, Marx and Lenin are on the ...
Date: 7 April 1952 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Paterson, Alan Stuart, 1902-1968 Ref: B-204-006 Description: A six panel story about the news that cows are able to be posted by mail in England "provided they are of docile disposition". Title supplied by Library. Q...
Date: [1910s] From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Hiscocks, Eceldowne Frederick, 1879- Ref: B-204-008 Description: Men cling to numbered planks in a stormy ocean in the aftermath of a shipwreck. The men are identified with their names on them. William Massey is in a life ...
Date: 8 April 1986 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Minhinnick, Gordon Edward George (Sir), 1902-1992; New Zealand herald (Newspaper) Ref: B-204-002 Description: Captain Cook is seen riding a comet as he looks up through his telescope at an aeroplane flying above. Title transcribed from item. Quantity: 1 original ca...
Date: 21 August 1990 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Clark, Laurence, 1949- Ref: B-204-009 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Geoffrey Palmer is shown on a telelvison screen. He wears a mortar board and says "...So the question becomes, is the action conso...
Date: 20 November 1946 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Paterson, Alan Stuart, 1902-1968 Ref: B-204-005 Description: "-"When the doctors are sufficiently educated to grasp the great benefit of state medicine" - Mr W T Anderton". A group of doctors sit in a classroom, Willia...
Date: [1977-1978] From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Brockie, Robert Ellison (Dr), 1932- Ref: B-204-007 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister Robert Muldoon holds a key over the edge of a cliff as he says "Roll on April 1st!". Pope Paul VI stands next to him. Behind them ...
Date: 20 July 1994 From: Various cartoonists: Twenty original cartoons by New Zealand cartoonists By: Clark, Laurence, 1949-; New Zealand herald (Newspaper) Ref: B-204-011 Description: Two aliens sit at a souvenir stand on the Moon advertising 'Moonrock', 'Moonsand pictures', and 'Postcards' but they have no customers. Title transcribed fr...