Bob Bierman fonds [graphic material]
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- Fonds includes:
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- [ca. 1963]-1989.
- Place of creation:
- No place, unknown, or undetermined
- 364 drawings black ink, felt pen, pen and brush and ink on board and paper.
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- Scope and content:
Fonds consists of original editorial cartoons by Bob Bierman drawn for the Victoria Times, the Times Colonist and Monday magazine. Includes federal politics from Pearson to Mulroney and British Columbia politics from W.A.C. Bennett to Bill Vander Zalm.
Includes cartoon by Bob Bierman of Bill Vander Zalm as Minister of Human Resources pulling the wings off a fly which was used as evidence in British Columbia Supreme Court appeal of Vander Zalm's libel suit in 1978.
- Biography/Administrative history:
Bierman, Bob, 1921- : Bob Bierman was born in 1921 in Amsterdam. He did some work for various Dutch publications after the Second World War before emigrating to Canada in 1950. He is a freelance cartoonist who works mainly for "Monday Magazine" in Victoria, British Columbia.
- Finding aid:
Drawings: (Paper) Descriptions in accession file.Drawings: (Electronic) Descriptions available on-line in Minisis.
- Additional information:
- General Note:
- Received in 1979 and 1989 from Bob Bierman, Victoria, British Columbia.
- Arrangement note:
- Organized by subject and roughly chronological.
- Availability of other formats note:
- All items were scanned onto optical disk.
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- Conditions of access:
Drawings: Reproduction or use, other than for archival purposes, requires the written permission of the copyright holder. Copyright of cartoon accession no. 1979-028: Bob Bierman. Copyright for work produced for the Times-Colonist between 2 April 1962 and 28 February 1973: Times-Colonist. Credit: National Archives of Canada.
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