Collection 420 - Dale Cummings fonds

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Dale Cummings fonds


  • 1990-1998 (Creation)

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5 drawings

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While working for several years as a freelance artist, Cummings was frequently published in the New York Times, The Canadian Forum, the Last Post, MacLean’s and the Toronto Star. In 1981, he was hired as the full-time editorial cartoonist for the Winnipeg Free Press. The fond is comprised of editorial cartoons, published in the Winnipeg Free Press, covering over two decades of political events. International leaders include Nelson Mandela.

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Dale Cummings

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Nelson Mandela, Heavyweight Champion of the World, (LAC: 01225 ), 1 drawing: pen and ink on wove paper

Untitled - Nelson Mandela freed by South African government, (Item no. 01458), 1 drawing

Happy Birthday Nelson Mandela, (LAC: 01152), 1 drawing

South Africa, (LAC 00300), 1 drawing

Mandela, (LAC 01529), 1 drawing

Place of publication: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Publisher: Winnipeg

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