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CARTOON - THAT MALIGNANT GROWTH

Overview

Scene shows a man using a measuring tape to measure the large girth of another man holding a hat in his right hand. On the larger man's stomach is written [DEFICIT] and on the measuring tape is written [FINANCIAL RETURN] To the left is a woman in 20s peri

Historical information

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The Ben Strange cartoons are historically significant as they depict many key figures linked to the history and development of both Western Australia and Australia. Political figures who regularly appeared in his cartoon’s included John ‘Happy Jack’

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-33-AK1999.81
City of Armadale - History House

City of Armadale - History House

Organisation Details
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