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Tom Flynn, stockman : an adventure comic / by Jolliffe
Bib ID 6775549
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Jolliffe, Eric, 1907-2001, artist
 
Printer Sydney : John Fairfax & Sons
Description Sydney : John Fairfax & Sons, [1946] 
30 unnumbered pages : chiefly coloured illustrations ; 18 x 28 cm 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection.

Summary

Tom Flynn is head stockman on Kalungra, an out-station on the vast Bedourie Cattle Station, Northern Territory. Resentful of the encroachment on their age-old hunting grounds are the fierce and war-like Pultara Tribe.

Notes

"A Sydney Morning Herald publication" -- Cover.

Subjects Livestock workers -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Adventure and adventurers -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Indigenous peoples -- Northern Territory -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Northern Territory -- Comic books, strips, etc.  |  Australian
Form/genre Comic books, strips, etc.

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