- 1919 - Will Dyson 002
- 1919 - Will Dyson
- 1939-12-01 The Argus - Mick Armstrong - I got a date
- 1939-12-01 The Argus - Mick Armstrong - I got a date 002
- 1960 Rigby's Book - Paul Rigby
- 1982-24-04 George Molnar - Sydney Morning Herald (referring to the Peter Weir film 'Gallipoli' 002
- 1983-04-25 WEG - Herald
- 1984-04-25 WEG - Herald
- 1984-04-26 Graeme Dazeley - The Examiner
- 1984-04-26 Graeme Dazeley - The Examiner 002
- 1984-04-28 Arthur Horner - The Age
- 1997-04-25 John Spooner - The Age - lithograph printed by Peter Lancaster
- 2000-04-26 Mark Knight - Herald Sun
- 2005-04-25 The Age - Bruce Petty War Memorials
- 2010-04-25 Bruce Petty - The Age
- 2012-04-27 - The Age - Michael Leunig
- 2015-04-25_Jon Kudelka Hobart Mercury ANZAC
- 2005-04-28 Mark Knight - Herald Sun
- 2012-04-26 Mark Knight - Herald Sun
- 2012-12-12 The Koori Mail - Danny Eastwood
- 2015-04-25_Mark Knight Herald Sun ANZAC
- 2016-04-22_Andrew Dyson The Age ANZAC
- 2017-04-26_Andrew Dyson The Age AFL Anzac Football
- 2018-04-25_Michael Leunig The Age ANZAC 2018 war decorations
- 2017-04-25_Rod Emmerson - NZ Herald Anzac Day
- date unknown - Les Tanner - The Age
- The Age - Date unknown - Stuart Billington
- 2017-04-22_Chris ROY Taylor Herald Sun ANZAC DAY 001
- 2017-04-22_Chris ROY Taylor Herald Sun ANZAC DAY 002
Ransacking the Australian Cartoon Museum Archive,for this Inaugural online Cartoon Gallery Exhibition wasn’t hard. The Archive has hundreds of great examples of Cartoons pertaining to ANZAC.
The Museum has already produced 2 short films on the ANZAC theme. Which you can find the Hyperlinks at the end of this introduction. We did not want to use Cartoons used previously but give already published Cartoons a Second Life so to speak.
Part of our Mission Statement is to keep Cartoons Alive by Showcasing them in different ways.
Cartoons are recognised Time Capsules which make them ideal in telling our Australian Story. This Exhibition reflects the Historic Gravitas of our “One Day of the Year! '’but also, our Intrinsic Humour and our Changing Values.
So, Enjoy the Cartoons and the Story they tell and Reflect on Why, we continue to Celebrate this day.
Jim Bridges President and Founder of The Australian Cartoon Museum.