• Pearl, Cyril (1961), 'So You Want To Buy A House?’, Melbourne, Vic. Cheshire, Contributed illustrations.

  • Culotta, Nino (1957), 'They’re a Weird Mob’, Ure Smith, Sydney NSW, Contributed illustrations.

  • Wills, Colin (1933), 'Rhymes of Sydney’, Frank C. Johnson (facsimile 1982), Sydney, NSW, contributed illustrations.

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  • Germaine, Max, C-D Rom.

  • Lindesay, Vane (1979), 'The inked-in image – a social and historical survey of Australian comic art’, Hutchinson of Australia (new edition), Richmond, Vic.

  • Lindesay, Vane (1994), 'Drawing from life – a history of the Australian Black and White Artists’ Club’, State Library of New South Wales Press, Sydney, NSW, pp 42-95.

  • McCulloch, Alan (1984), 'Encyclopedia of Australian Art’, Hutchinson of Australia (2nd revised edition), Melbourne, Vic.

  • Rafty, Tony with Mack, Brodie (1964), 'Fifty Years of Australian Cartooning’, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney, NSW.

  • (1938), 'Australian Art Without “isms”’, Pix, November, 12, Sydney, NSW, p 44.

  • (1941), 'War Cartoons and Caricatures of the British Commonwealth’, National Gallery of Canada, (cat.126, 'Not what he wanted’, ill.), Ottawa, Canada.

  • Spearritt, Peter (1978), 'Sydney since the twenties’, Hale and Iremonger, Sydney, NSW.

  • Kirkpatrick, Peter (1992), 'The sea coast of Bohemia – literary life in Sydney’s roaring twenties’, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld (distributor, International Specialized Book Services, Portland, Or, USA.

  • Information sourced from Riddler, Eric.

  • Lindesay, Vane (1983), 'The way we were – Australian popular magazines 1856 to 1969’, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Vic, p 136.

  • Pidgeon, William (1949), 'What price independence?’, Australian Artist, Volume 2, Number 2 (winter), Melbourne, Vic, pp 12-15.

See also

  • 'Pix 6 May 1939, 21, (photograph) captioned 'Walter Pidgeon ("Wep") and a fair friend enact the famous Victorian tragedy, "Father, Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now," for the PIX cameraman''.
  • 'Pix 23 April 1938, (photograph 1938 Artists' Ball) p 34'.
  • 'Self portrait (ill. Lindesay 1994, 42)'.

Initial data sources

  • Black and white artists