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Iain McDougall Iain McDougall i(A10715 works by)
Also writes as: Dick Turpin ; Inall ; Lartuen
Born: Established: ca. 1920 ;
Gender: Male
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'Iain McDougall has written verses and articles for The Bulletin under his own name and pen-names - 'Dick Turpin', 'Inall', 'Lartuen' - and has an unusual background of journalism and executive experiences. After a spell of jackerooing near Nyngan (NSW) immediately after leaving school, he joined the Meat Commissions as a clerk; then, in 1939, at 18, he joined the Second A.I.F. and served in the Middle East.'

Source: The Bulletin 6 June 1956, p.10.

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