The following information was submitted in November of 2006 by Daniel Lindley:
Duncan Ian Macpherson (born September 20, 1924 in Toronto - died May 3, 1993 in Toronto) was an editorial cartoonist. He drew for the Montreal Standard (starting 1948) and for Maclean's he illustrated the writings of Gregory Clark and Robert Thomas Allen. He became most known for his work with the Toronto Star; which he joined in 1958.
Macpherson had dropped out of high school at age 17, in 1941, to join the Royal Canadian Air Force and serve in World War II. While stationed in England, he began taking art classes, and also studied the cartoons of the Great David Low--Daily Standard, Daily Express and s
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