Pertains to a collection of political cartoons created by Arch Dale and the Winnipeg Free Press. The intent of the cartoons was to express the overwhelming discontent with the social credit government in Alberta, proposed under premier William Aberhart.
Pertains to the work of Arthur Lismer, an English Canadian painter and member of the Group of Seven. While Lismer’s paintings were immensely popular, author Ian Thom explores the impact of his lesser known works, Lismer’s cartoons. He examines the connection between Lismer’s quick sketches, and the ways in which they invite viewers into Lismer’s personal life. In this publication, Thom explores the humor, story and detail in Lismer’s fine drawings and cartoons.
Pertains to twelve cartoons of scenes of the Calgary Stampede drawn by Stewart Cameron
Brahma Bull Riding (and bull fighter)
Saddle Bronk Riding and Pick-up Men
Flap-jacks For Free
Start of Chuck Wagon Race (Figure 8 Around Barrels)
Section of Parade
Includes short biography of artist and explanation of how chuck wagon races occur. Stored in envelope with "Let the Chaps Fall Where They May - complete new series following 'What I saw at the Calgary Stampede' " with cartoon on front, space for address and stamp and Cameron Cartoons contact information
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Stewart Cameron's biography on Encyclopedia of Canadian Animation, Cartooning and Illustration