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Knowledge Identifier: +Jimmy_Bancks
Australian cartoonist best known for his comic strip Ginger Meggs
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1889.
Country: United States (100%)
Linked to: Australian National University
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Jimmy Bancks was born in 1889
His first illustrations were accepted and published by "The Comic Australian" in 1913, followed by "The Arrow" in 1914
This encouraged Bancks to submit work to "The Bulletin", where he was offered a permanent position, which he accepted and remained until 1922
Bancks created "The Blimps" for the "Melbourne Sun" in 1923, and this daily strip ran until 1925, the year when he launched "Mr
Jessie died in childbirth on 22 November 1936
In 1938 he married Patricia Quinan in Yuma, Arizona in the United States
Jimmy Bancks died in 1952
Bancks died on 1 July 1952, from a heart attack at his home in Point Piper, New South Wales
Medindie, S.A.: Souvenir in association with Brolga, 1978
" Stanmore, N.S.W: Cassell Australia, 1979
" Cambria, California: Comics Access, 1995
On July 26, 1997, the Mayor of Hornsby, New South Wales, formally named a park in Hornsby after Bancks's character Ginger Meggs