Cartoon nostalgia

PUBLISHED: 11:53 01 February 2007 | UPDATED: 14:59 12 May 2010

The drawing is of Mr Smith, who at the time was a piano tuner

The drawing is of Mr Smith, who at the time was a piano tuner

TWO pictures this week show the talent of Arthur Thair, who when not involved in his hairdresser business in High Street, Royston, spent his time creating brilliant caricatures of people around the town. Arthur produced the pictures under the name Wink, a

TWO pictures this week show the talent of Arthur Thair, who when not involved in his hairdresser business in High Street, Royston, spent his time creating brilliant caricatures of people around the town.

Arthur produced the pictures under the name Wink, and these were reproduced in The Crow in the 1950s.

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