Fifty years of the newspaper cartoon in Australia, 1923-1973.
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Published by The News, Adelaide in association with the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide .
Written in English


  • Caricatures and cartoons -- Exhibitions,
  • Australian wit and humor, Pictorial

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe News, Adelaide
ContributionsArt Gallery of South Australia
LC ClassificationsNC1757 A33 A74
The Physical Object
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19192718M

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