Armstrong, Harold ‘Mick’ (1903 - 78)
Mick Armstrong original cartoon artwork.
Mick Armstrong had his first cartoon published in the Bulletin at the age of 16 and he continued to be an occasional contributor while working as a survey draughtsman. He later contributed gag cartoons to Smith's Weekly and Aussie and also drew political cartoons for the Melbourne Punch and the Sydney Sun, among others. He is best known for his work on The Argus during the Second World War.