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James Charles (Jim) Bancks (1889-1952), cartoonist, was born at Enmore, Sydney, on 10 May 1889, son of John Spencer Bancks, an Irish railway-porter, and his wife Margaret, née Beston. Brought up at Hornsby...

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Uniform title: Ginger Meggs. Selections
by Bancks, J. C. (James Charles), 1889-1952
Medindie, S.A. : Souvenir Press in association with Brolga Books, 1978
 
 
by Bancks, J. C. (James Charles), 1889-1952
Sydney : Shakespeare Head Press, [1952-1959]
 
 
by Kemsley, James, 1948-2007
Frenchs Forest, NSW : Lilyfield Magazines, [1986] , ©1986
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[Sydney?] : John Sands, [1986?]
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Sydney : Usher's Metropolitan Hotel, 1933
 
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