Illustrations by Ron Vivian
Illustrations for Women's Weekly of 30 November 1946

Ron Vivian was an Australian cartoonist and newspaper comic artist. Originally from Sydney, he served in the RAAF in Australia and New Guinea during World War II. He made many drawings for RAAF magazines, and was a political cartoonist and cartoonist for The Daily Telegraph, Australian Women's Weekly and other ACP publications. He was the second artist to draw the classic Australian newspaper comic 'Ginger Meggs', following the death of its creator Jimmy Bancks in 1952. Vivian continued the strip for over 20 years, until his own death in 1973. He was succeeded by Lloyd Piper.

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