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Issue Details: First known date: 1931... 1931 David Low
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'David Low was born in Dunedin, N. Z., 1891. He joined the Sydney Bulletin in 1911 and went to London under engagement to The Star in 1919. He has been with the Evening Standard since 1927. Low illustrated H. G. Wells' latest book, The Autocracy of Mr Parham.'

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  • Editor's note: London's premier cartoonist who still adheres to the impertinence of holding views. (appears under title)

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    y separately published work icon The Home vol. 12 no. 3 2 March Harold Cazneaux (illustrator), 1931 Z1785807 1931 periodical issue 1931 pg. 38-39, 68
    Note: illus., port.
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