An even younger Marion Sambourne (seated left wearing a white hat) and Toula Frick (seated centre) c.1867 #Victorian
Photo portrait of Punch cartoonist Sir John Tenniel as a young(ish) man, complete with pencil and paper and Confuscian type whiskers!
Edward Linley Sambourne at work in the drawing room of 18 Stafford Terrace c.1893
‘This Machine Kills Fascists’ was the ambitious slogan that Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) painted on his guitars. By fascists he meant the entire American capitalist establishment during the Great Depression and…
An image of a Victorian strong woman from Linley Sambourne's image library at 18 Stafford Terrace, London.
Paris, Helen du Bois plays handball, 4th June 1906 Edwardian Street Fashion in London and Paris - Retronaut
The Athenaeum - Boy Selling 'Punch' (James Sant, R.A. - )
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London (19 June 1906)
The Duke of Edinburgh with his daughter, Princess Marie (future Queen of Romania) and son, Prince Alfred of Edinburgh.
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