CodeGB/BCA/3
Dates1866-1937
Person NameMacDonald; James Ramsay (1866-1937)
SurnameMacDonald
ForenamesJames Ramsay
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
DL1210"Rosemary - that's for remembrance"David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1937DL1210.jpg 
DL0388Why the favourite can't possibly win.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1930DL0388.jpg 
DL0333Above and below.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1930DL0333.jpg 
DL0184HARDY JOAN / The new Parliamentary Register naming the 5,000,000 new women voters is posted today /David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1929DL0184.jpg 
DL0545Fright-wait championship.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1931DL0545.jpg 
DL0886"We must go on, on and on, and up, up and up" - Mr. MacDonald's policy speech.David Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1934DL0886.jpg 
DL1023Grand Review of our "Obsolete" Navy - for this occasion onlyDavid Low (1891-1963)30 Oct 1935DL1023.jpg 
LSE0599Mounts for the political Derby.David Low (1891-1963)04 Jun 1929LSE0599.jpg 
LSE2141The outlook for 1935.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jan 1935LSE2141.jpg 
GS0773The fa[s]cinating foreigner.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0773.jpg 
LSE4281"The Westminster Singers."David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1926LSE4281.jpg 
LSE2045Salome demands the head of John.David Low (1891-1963)05 Mar 1934LSE2045.jpg 
LSE7315Bump!David Low (1891-1963)01 Oct 1925LSE7315.jpg 
GS0243"We have arrested depression" - Mr Macdonald.Sidney 'George' Strube15 Feb 1933GS0243.jpg 
BP0005The final proof ? Crowning Mr. Baldwin: 'We welcome these missiles in the air almost more than the floral tributes in our hands; for now we know we haven't failed.'Bernard Partridge31 Aug 1932BP0005.jpg 
GS0289Published caption: Invisible mending.Sidney 'George' Strube24 Feb 1934GS0289.jpg 
LSE1951Conference to decide whether everyone shall pull together.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jun 1933LSE1951.jpg 
DL0430Gabriel MacDonald: "Pardon me, but you're sitting on my trumpet."David Low (1891-1963)18 Sep 1930DL0430.jpg 
DL0925Telephone - TelevisionDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1935DL0925.jpg 
DL0848We manage revolutions differently here.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jul 1934DL0848.jpg 
LSE2007Eve-of-the-session party at the Borgias'.David Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1933LSE2007.jpg 
LSE0590Whitsun political picnic.David Low (1891-1963)20 May 1929LSE0590.jpg 
LSE2008Up in the stratosphere.David Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1933LSE2008.jpg 
LSE4255In the soupDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1925LSE4255.jpg 
LSE1717Scrubbing out the shadow.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jul 1931LSE1717.jpg 
LSE4254The Guillotine Out of Action ...David Low (1891-1963)01 Feb 1924LSE4254.jpg 
LSE7463This Year's Stuffed Pets.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1926LSE7463.jpg 
VY3558"Up and up and on and on..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3558.jpg 
DL0936Salute of honourDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Mar 1935DL0936.jpg 
DL0251Their good deed for the day.David Low (1891-1963)29 Jul 1929DL0251.jpg 
LSE1580[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1930LSE1580.jpg 
DL0260Silent workers.David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1929DL0260.jpg 
DL0669The dark horse.David Low (1891-1963)13 Oct 1932DL0669.jpg 
DL0478"If the weather keeps cool, even that part should bear us."David Low (1891-1963)08 Jan 1931DL0478.jpg 
DL0452Monkeyville.David Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1930DL0452.jpg 
DL0774A Strong Man's Grief.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1933DL0774.jpg 
DL0601The pedlar o'dreams meets an obstinate case of wakefullness.David Low (1891-1963)16 Nov 1931DL0601.jpg 
DL0614Rush hour.David Low (1891-1963)10 Dec 1931DL0614.jpg 
DL0972"But it's only a very little one."David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1935DL0972.jpg 
ADD0010ATUC official strikeAndy Davey01 Aug 2003ADD0010A.jpg 
LSE1850Debtor's sing-sing.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jul 1932LSE1850.jpg 
GS0161The plungers, or no limitSidney 'George' Strube10 Sep 1930GS0161.jpg 
LSE1873Eve-of-the-session reception.David Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1932LSE1873.jpg 
LSE7572ReflectionsDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Sep 1927LSE7572.jpg 
NS0002"Ramsay"David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1926NS0002.jpg 
LSE0687The Clydeside Revolution.David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1929LSE0687.jpg 
LSE6217Labour Big Guns in Action. Smillie and Ramsay MacDonald at Paisley.David Low (1891-1963)Jan 1920LSE6217.jpg 
LSE7167A Problem for Solomon MacDonald.David Low (1891-1963)30 Sep 1924LSE7167.jpg 
LSE2280Coming up for the third time.David Low (1891-1963)26 Feb 1936LSE2280.jpg 
LSE1763The lions lie down with the lambs.David Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1931LSE1763.jpg 
LSE7357The Slippery Road.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jan 1926LSE7357.jpg 
LSE4276The First Labor Prime MinisterDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Feb 1924LSE4276.jpg 
LSE6485Ramsay Macdonald denouncing the Coalition.David Low (1891-1963)18 Feb 1921LSE6485.jpg 
LSE7140The "Security" Fox Trot.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jul 1924LSE7140.jpg 
LSE7136[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Jul 1924LSE7136.jpg 
PF0874"Somehow We Don't Think It Is Going To Be a Very Comfortable Session."Poy [Percy Fearon]01 Feb 1935PF0874.jpg 
LSE7191"Will It Draw, Stanley?"David Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1924LSE7191.jpg 
LSE7135[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)17 Jul 1924LSE7135.jpg 
LSE7465"The Westminster Singers." [Drawn by Low for the Double Chritmas Number of "The Advertiser's Weekly," published today.]David Low (1891-1963)23 Dec 1926LSE7465.jpg 
WH0844Pride comes before a fall. [on reverse]W.K. Haselden31 Oct 1924WH0844.jpg 
WDN0726The Camel: "Another blinkin' mirage!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0726.jpg 
LSE2202Class distinction at Ascot.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1935LSE2202.jpg 
DL0028Another appeal for the support of musicDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Dec 1927DL0028.jpg 
DL1046The Lift Cadgers.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1936DL1046.jpg 
DL0830Let's cast a clout, now May be out.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1934DL0830.jpg 
LSE1525All the parachute thrills are not at the air pageant.David Low (1891-1963)28 Jun 1930LSE1525.jpg 
GS0198Published caption: The new "House" dog. The Little Man: "Here's that dog you asked for MacDonald; now it's up to you to look after him, and above all, see that he gets plenty of exercise!"Sidney 'George' Strube02 Nov 1931GS0198.jpg 
GS0840Published caption: Little Lloyd George's letter to Santa Claus.Sidney 'George' Strube20 Dec 1930GS0840.jpg 
GS0776The "talking" pictures. Voice from the platform. "I would like to remind you pictures that we are the hanging committee not you!"Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1924 - 31 Dec 1924GS0776.jpg 
LSE7157Commom-Sense and Communism.David Low (1891-1963)04 Sep 1924LSE7157.jpg 
LSE7226Stanley's Exacting Role.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1925LSE7226.jpg 
WH0834Ploughing the field for the Communist Harvest [on reverse]W.K. Haselden23 Oct 1924WH0834.jpg 
DL0342The `Parroty' Conference.David Low (1891-1963)24 Feb 1930DL0342.jpg 
DL0660Passing camels through the eye of a needle.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1932DL0660.jpg 
LSE1857The dark horse.David Low (1891-1963)13 Oct 1932LSE1857.jpg 
DL0237"Come out, now and get on with the job."David Low (1891-1963)01 Jun 1929DL0237.jpg 
DL0483The mango trick.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jan 1931DL0483.jpg 
DL0485"Africa speaks."David Low (1891-1963)26 Jan 1931DL0485.jpg 
GS0231Punter. Hi! Why dont you stop that fellow pulling ... the horse is the one I drew in the National Sweep. The Cesarewitch race will be run this weekSidney 'George' Strube10 Oct 1932GS0231.jpg 
LSE1437David in the lion's den.David Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1930LSE1437.jpg 
LSE5390The class war today.David Low (1891-1963)03 May 1955LSE5390.jpg 
WD0147The MacRobinson Crusoes begin to suspect the island is inhabited.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0147.jpg 
LSE7536The Mixed Double-Fault Champions.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jul 1927LSE7536.jpg 
DL0050Factory whistle.David Low (1891-1963)06 Feb 1928DL0050.jpg 
DL0173"Burlesque"David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1928DL0173.jpg 
DL0475[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)03 Jan 1931DL0475.jpg 
DL3080ExplanationDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1949DL3080.jpg 
DL0350Le Beau GesteDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Mar 1930DL0350.jpg 
GS0149Published caption: The political kerb step.Sidney 'George' Strube03 Feb 1930GS0149.jpg 
LSE7162A Change of Bogey.David Low (1891-1963)16 Sep 1924LSE7162.jpg 
DL0362To-day's sitting of the Navy ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Apr 1930DL0362.jpg 
TW0867Published caption: An Ex-Premier's Life StoryTom Webster (1886-1962)18 October 1924TW0867.jpg 
DL0117The big fightDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jul 1928DL0117.jpg 
DL0477Low's Persian exhibition - \ Exhibit ADavid Low (1891-1963)06 Jan 1931DL0477.jpg 
DL0673Whisperings of conscience.David Low (1891-1963)01 Nov 1932DL0673.jpg 
LSE2183Another art sensation.David Low (1891-1963)29 Apr 1935LSE2183.jpg 
LSE7145Their Kind Action For The Day.David Low (1891-1963)07 Aug 1924LSE7145.jpg 
DL1050Rival Foundlings.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1936DL1050.jpg 
DL3142In different worldsDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Apr 1934DL3142.jpg 
LSE1577Come on, bring out your elephant.David Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1930LSE1577.jpg 
WH0835Under Which Flag? - To-day's ChoiceW.K. Haselden29 Oct 1924WH0835.jpg 
LSE0544Old NickDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1929LSE0544.jpg 
LSE7238Hidden Mischief-Makers.David Low (1891-1963)26 Feb 1925LSE7238.jpg 
DL0595Low's war dispatches. No. 6.David Low (1891-1963)01 Oct 1931 - 30 Nov 1931DL0595.jpg 
LSE7495The Labor Party Take The Hint. "I have never met a more blackguardly-looking lot, with the appearance of envy, hatred and malice and all uncharitableness on their faces." - Mr.Hopkinson onthe Labour Party. Front Bench: Messrs. Thomas, MacDonald, Clynes and Lansbury. Back: Messrs. Maxton and Kirkwood.David Low (1891-1963)10 Mar 1927LSE7495.jpg 
LSE0516"Burlesque"David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1928LSE0516.jpg 
LSE4251A New Voter's Guide to Party Programmes Political DialoguesDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Jan 1929 - 31 Dec 1937LSE4251.jpg 
LSE7163The Peace Treasure Hunt.David Low (1891-1963)18 Sep 1924LSE7163.jpg 
LSE0534Third party risksDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1929LSE0534.jpg 
WDN1160The Modern Androcles
"It's going to hurt us as much as it does you, dear Leo!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1160.jpg 
LSE1862The wolf at the door.David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1932LSE1862.jpg 
LSE0275Opening Day.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1927LSE0275.jpg 
LSE1623The unwelcome visitor.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jan 1931LSE1623.jpg 
DL0187Third party risksDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1929DL0187.jpg 
DL0617The Lossiemouth loon at home.David Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1931DL0617.jpg 
DL0571[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 Aug 1931DL0571.jpg 
DL0787Pronunciation class at the Political B.B.C.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1934DL0787.jpg 
DL0628Sky advertising.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1932DL0628.jpg 
DL0670Rehearsal for this year's pantomime.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1932DL0670.jpg 
DL0234Raising the dust.David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1929DL0234.jpg 
DL0541Military tournament.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1931DL0541.jpg 
DL0574Restoring confidence.David Low (1891-1963)09 Sep 1931DL0574.jpg 
DL0136The catch of the seasonDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Sep 1928DL0136.jpg 
DL0486Low's standard statue. / (Patent applied for.)David Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1931DL0486.jpg 
DL0484Their opportunity?David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1931DL0484.jpg 
DL0455It's only a dummy.David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1930DL0455.jpg 
DL0741Galileo at the World ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Jun 1933DL0741.jpg 
DL0799The comparative unimportance of the humanDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1934DL0799.jpg 
DL0665[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)11 Jul 1932DL0665.jpg 
DL0550Thrills of the great Indian race.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1931DL0550.jpg 
DL0731ObstructionDavid Low (1891-1963)17 May 1933DL0731.jpg 
DL0662Stars of the centre court.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jun 1932DL0662.jpg 
DL0543Counting their winningsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jun 1931DL0543.jpg 
DL0499On the Westminster set.David Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1931DL0499.jpg 
DL0248Circumstances alter cases.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jul 1929DL0248.jpg 
DL0061Heavy tragedy at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Mar 1928DL0061.jpg 
DL0046Low has a new model.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1928DL0046.jpg 
WDN0026The House of the Trinitee.
The Liberal High Priest (welcoming the neophyte): "Hail, brother! You may be a little unsteady in the doctrines, but at least you are not one of these freethinking political atheists or Socialistic infidels, who have not only no respect for Party Gods, but have no reverence even for Party Priests."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)28 Nov 1912WDN0026.jpg 
WDN1363The Political Hollywood: Is Something Coming Between Them?
Lord Rothermere is transferring to Hitler the bouquets he once lavished on the Prime Minister.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1363.jpg 
LSE1613[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)03 Jan 1931LSE1613.jpg 
DL0328A lucid intervalDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Jan 1930DL0328.jpg 
DL0272"You will notice, gentlemen, that we are travelling `light'."David Low (1891-1963)17 Sep 1929DL0272.jpg 
DL0315Gifts and kind thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1929DL0315.jpg 
LSE0653"Telling the cock-eyed world"David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1929LSE0653.jpg 
LSE2001From the High CommandDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1933LSE2001.jpg 
PF0845"Little men, you'll have a busy day."Poy [Percy Fearon]02 Nov 1934PF0845.jpg 
LSE1728Up the political pole.David Low (1891-1963)01 Aug 1931LSE1728.jpg 
LSE0530HARDY JOAN / The new Parliamentary Register naming the 5,000,000 new women voters is posted
today /
David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1929LSE0530.jpg 
WDN1039Parliamentary "Body-line"
The voter-batsmen: If they call this cricket, give me Big Game Hunting.
(Parliament takes the "field" again to-day.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1039.jpg 
WDN1232The March of International Events - with Uncle Sam Roosevelt and all.
Anyhow, he doesn't belong to that gang.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1232.jpg 
LSE0655The philosophers of the creekDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1929LSE0655.jpg 
LSE1616"If the weather keeps cool, even that part should bear us."David Low (1891-1963)08 Jan 1931LSE1616.jpg 
LSE1595The AuditionDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1930LSE1595.jpg 
LSE0638[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)09 Sep 1929LSE0638.jpg 
LSE2040"Jump in, my ffffriends! Why walk when you can ride?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1934LSE2040.jpg 
WDN1312Those Government Posters - a SuggestionDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1312.jpg 
LSE1511Why the favourite can't possibly win.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1930LSE1511.jpg 
LSE1622The mango trick.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jan 1931LSE1622.jpg 
LSE2279Things to come - and things to go.David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1936LSE2279.jpg 
LSE0538When fortune-teller meets fortune-teller.David Low (1891-1963)11 Feb 1929LSE0538.jpg 
LSE0545Winston's persuasive eloquence.David Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1929LSE0545.jpg 
LSE1476To-day's sitting of the Navy ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Apr 1930LSE1476.jpg 
LSE2000A new mount for Gordon MacRichardsDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1933LSE2000.jpg 
LSE1522Miss Baldwin: "What me play gooseberry? Not likely!"David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1930LSE1522.jpg 
LSE1469Charley Trevelyan: "Make it as much like Ma's writing as you can Ramsay."David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1930LSE1469.jpg 
LSE2120First Arrests Under the Sedition ActDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1934LSE2120.jpg 
LSE1586Monkeyville.David Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1930LSE1586.jpg 
LSE1619Low's Persian exhibition. \ Exhibit C.David Low (1891-1963)13 Jan 1931LSE1619.jpg 
LSE1626"Africa speaks."David Low (1891-1963)26 Jan 1931LSE1626.jpg 
LSE2005A Strong Man's Grief.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1933LSE2005.jpg 
LSE1841Stars of the centre court.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jun 1932LSE1841.jpg 
LSE1838Passing camels through the eye of a needle.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1932LSE1838.jpg 
LSE1847[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)11 Jul 1932LSE1847.jpg 
LSE2027Pronunciation class at the Political B.B.C.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1934LSE2027.jpg 
LSE2196"But it's only a very little one."David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1935LSE2196.jpg 
LSE7658ExplanationDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1949LSE7658.jpg 
WDN1219"There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1219.jpg 
WDN1309The B.I.F. and the Political Bats
None of the undoubted success of the British Industries Fair is due to the blind bats of Westminster.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1309.jpg 
WD0520"And mind you - no scamping of the material! I may not be an objector, but I'm still verra conscientious."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0520.jpg 
DL0216Raising their StandardsDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Apr 1929DL0216.jpg 
LSE0276Hercules about to wrestle with Ramsay MacDeath over the body of AlcestisDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1927LSE0276.jpg 
WDN1084The Heads of the Firm (to the office boy): "We pass you the buck for our Credits' sake. So Say! Say! Say!" (Kipling up to date).Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1084.jpg 
LSE0643"You will notice, gentlemen, that we are travelling `light'."David Low (1891-1963)17 Sep 1929LSE0643.jpg 
WDN1110How It Happened
Famous Scottish Comedian (several months ago): "We'll no be wantin' the puir beastie gettin' in oor way in oor new show - let the boys take it to some distant deep, cold body of water and sink it well oot of sight!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1110.jpg 
LSE0616Their good deed for the day.David Low (1891-1963)29 Jul 1929LSE0616.jpg 
LSE2409"Rosemary - that's for remembrance"David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1937LSE2409.jpg 
WD0513Political Hollywood
Is Something Coming Between Them?
Lord Rothermere is transferring to Hitler the bouquets he once lavished on the Prime Minister.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0513.jpg 
WDN0889Lord Beaverbrook pronounces himself indifferent as to who wears the Party trousers so long as the Food Tax patch is on them.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0889.jpg 
LSE0312Party pantomimes. No.3. "Cinderella" At the Labour TheatreDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1927LSE0312.jpg 
LSE0597"Come out, now and get on with the job."David Low (1891-1963)01 Jun 1929LSE0597.jpg 
WDN1103Never - On That Elephant!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1103.jpg 
WDN1168The Heavenly Twins - or "See what Dr. Mandate has brought us."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1168.jpg 
LSE0465The catch of the seasonDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Sep 1928LSE0465.jpg 
WDN0645"Here you - down the area for the likes of you!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0645.jpg 
LSE0612The drink question.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jul 1929LSE0612.jpg 
LSE0443The big fightDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jul 1928LSE0443.jpg 
LSE0606Lamb at the slaughter.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jul 1929LSE0606.jpg 
LSE0486Writing on the wallDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1928LSE0486.jpg 
LSE0469The Labour `star' turnDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Oct 1928LSE0469.jpg 
LSE0575The anti-vaccinationistDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Apr 1929LSE0575.jpg 
LSE1967Wrong Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1933LSE1967.jpg 
LSE1453The `Parroty' Conference.David Low (1891-1963)24 Feb 1930LSE1453.jpg 
LSE1462Le Beau GesteDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Mar 1930LSE1462.jpg 
LSE1546Sporting life / Outboard motor boating.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1930LSE1546.jpg 
LSE1561The Truth about Mr. Lloyd George's hair.David Low (1891-1963)23 Sep 1930LSE1561.jpg 
LSE1424The outlook for 1930 (official)David Low (1891-1963)04 Jan 1930LSE1424.jpg 
LSE1434A lucid intervalDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Jan 1930LSE1434.jpg 
LSE1659Gardening note. - sow it now.David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1931LSE1659.jpg 
LSE1690Attraction for the coming tourist season in India.David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1931LSE1690.jpg 
LSE1458Liberal Pancake DayDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Mar 1930LSE1458.jpg 
LSE1584A Cabinet council.David Low (1891-1963)04 Nov 1930LSE1584.jpg 
LSE1940ObstructionDavid Low (1891-1963)17 May 1933LSE1940.jpg 
LSE1452[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1930LSE1452.jpg 
LSE1430Noted in passingDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Jan 1930LSE1430.jpg 
LSE1532Who sups wi' the De'il must use a long spoon.David Low (1891-1963)10 Jul 1930LSE1532.jpg 
LSE1441Above and below.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1930LSE1441.jpg 
LSE1768The pedlar o'dreams meets an obstinate case of wakefullness.David Low (1891-1963)16 Nov 1931LSE1768.jpg 
LSE1451- So he just won't associate with them.David Low (1891-1963)20 Feb 1930LSE1451.jpg 
LSE1688At the political Whipsnade.David Low (1891-1963)23 May 1931LSE1688.jpg 
LSE1558Gabriel MacDonald: "Pardon me, but you're sitting on my trumpet."David Low (1891-1963)18 Sep 1930LSE1558.jpg 
LSE1699Fright-wait championship.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1931LSE1699.jpg 
LSE1781Rush hour.David Low (1891-1963)10 Dec 1931LSE1781.jpg 
LSE1550Amazing sporting development during Low's absence.David Low (1891-1963)02 Sep 1930LSE1550.jpg 
LSE1839"My dear De Valera, don't you think you may be regarding us too much from the historical viewpoint?"David Low (1891-1963)16 Jun 1932LSE1839.jpg 
LSE1798Back to Earth.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jan 1932LSE1798.jpg 
LSE2240Subterranean StatesmanshipDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1935LSE2240.jpg 
LSE1936Bodyguard.David Low (1891-1963)04 May 1933LSE1936.jpg 
LSE1689[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 May 1931LSE1689.jpg 
LSE1697Counting their winningsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jun 1931LSE1697.jpg 
LSE1774"See Britain first."David Low (1891-1963)27 Nov 1931LSE1774.jpg 
LSE1694This year's dark horse.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1931LSE1694.jpg 
LSE1773Indian crisis at Downing Street.David Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1931LSE1773.jpg 
LSE1796"The worship of the Golden Calf." After Poussin's famous work at the French Art
Exhibition.
David Low (1891-1963)07 Jan 1932LSE1796.jpg 
LSE1825The martyr's couch.David Low (1891-1963)23 Mar 1932LSE1825.jpg 
LSE1958Economic and monetary Wimbledon.David Low (1891-1963)28 Jun 1933LSE1958.jpg 
LSE1955Galileo at the World ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Jun 1933LSE1955.jpg 
LSE1821[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)14 Mar 1932LSE1821.jpg 
LSE2263The Lift Cadgers.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1936LSE2263.jpg 
LSE1928Ramsay's CruiseDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1933LSE1928.jpg 
LSE2264Rival Foundlings.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1936LSE2264.jpg 
LSE2058In different worldsDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Apr 1934LSE2058.jpg 
LSE2074Let's cast a clout, now May be out.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1934LSE2074.jpg 
WD0458"Here you - down the area for the likes of you!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0458.jpg 
LSE2153Telephone - TelevisionDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1935LSE2153.jpg 
LSE2163Political-financial noteDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1935LSE2163.jpg 
WD0532"From the recipe of an Indian Colonel
Die hard
"Here I'll make you a curry with a kick in it - hand over than gun-powder!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0532.jpg 
WD0245"Pooh! Wait till the boys have finished our new pedestal - I'll simply tower over you!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)January 1934WD0245.jpg 
WDN1127"Really, Mr. Government, shouldn't we help those fellows with the gun? That bird might make a desert of our civilisation!"
"Ah, but think, Mr. Bull, how it civilises our deserts!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1127.jpg 
LSE1422The birth of VenusDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1929LSE1422.jpg 
WDN1293The Victim: "But, I say, you know...must we all - in view of all this!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1293.jpg 
WD0589Mrs Snowden Grand OperaDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0589.jpg 
WDN0766"I say - are you in this race?"
"Yah, blease tank you - by special request!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1935] WDN0766.jpg 
DL0021Simplicitas Jix and the FlappersDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1927DL0021.jpg 
DL0481Low's Persian exhibition. \ Exhibit C.David Low (1891-1963)13 Jan 1931DL0481.jpg 
GS0192Published caption: Too many back-seat drivers.Sidney 'George' Strube28 Aug 1931GS0192.jpg 
GS0252Published caption: The Indian jungleSidney 'George' Strube15 May 1933GS0252.jpg 
GS0069[no caption]Sidney 'George' StrubeOct 1924GS0069.jpg 
GS0134The song o' the sea. Their wits-end-tideSidney 'George' Strube18 May 1929GS0134.jpg 
WDN1382Every Cloud has a Silver LiningDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1382.jpg 
WDN1354Duitiful Sons
The bad boys: "Darling Mother, far from shpending money washtefully, we've brought d'lishish herring home for you - d'lishish red herring!"
[Anthony Eden pleaded that the rise in the explosives expenditure is due in part to the Government's slum demolition campaign.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1354.jpg 
WD0174"Your facts are too too heartbreaking but remember - your dreams! Surely you too have your dreams!"
"No, sir - only nightmares, sir!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0174.jpg 
WD0201Herriot Parker, P.C.: "I gotta a new warrant for your arrest and P.C. Hoover - he's got a warrant too and so has MacDonald, P.C. and we warn you that if you don't come quietly we will go back and get some more warrants."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0201.jpg 
WDN1017Mr. Social Services: "But my record, your worships" -
The Judges: "The time of the Court is too important to be wasted on such matters - pass on to the executioner, please!"
[The Newman Report is a tribute to the Social Services, now being sacrificed on the altar of economy.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1017.jpg 
WDC0149General Japan "I plenty virtuous - I only smash only Chinamans home in China lika you smash Englishmans home in England - what the difference!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0149.jpg 
WDN0808We are off gold, but the gold fanatics of the Treasury and the Bank of England have saddled us with more of it than we have ever at any time before possessed. Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0808.jpg 
WD0443"Really, Mr. Government, shouldn't we help those fellows with the gun - that bird might make a desert of our civilisation!"
"Ah but think Mr. Bull how it civilises our deserts!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0443.jpg 
WD0282Last News of a bad Old Year
"Well! Well! Well! - Perhaps I would have been better advised to have led a better life!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933]WD0282.jpg 
WD0145AEvery Cloud has a Silver LiningDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0145A.jpg 
WDN0016Her natural protector.
["What is home without a father?"]
[There were only twelve Labour members present when the Government was defeated on Monday, or the Labour group would most certainly have saved the situation.]
Dear old Liberal Party (to the neglectful companion of her joys and sorrows): "Don't you dare to leave me lone and unprotected, to be flouted in my own House again! You can be as indifferent as you like to those Suffragist hussies, but don't dare to neglect the official wife you love!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)13 Nov 1912WDN0016.jpg 
LSE6867[The poverty of the Government Front Bench was strikingly illustrated last night in its failure to make an effective reply to Labour criticism in the debate on the Address.]David Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1922LSE6867.jpg 
WD0470"Hoy - you! Lend a hand, can't you?"
"We never lend!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0470.jpg 
WDN1380The International Sleuths and another man they cannot arrest
"When Mr Samuel Insull was asked to surrender voluntarily, he replied with one short, expressive word." - News Item
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1380.jpg 
WD0078Ju-Jitsu Champion goes on his way.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0078.jpg 
WDN0629Herriot Parker, P.C.: "I have a new warrant for your arrest and P.C. Hoover had a warrant, too. So has MacDonald, P.C. And we warn you that if you don't come quietly we will go back and get some more warrants."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0629.jpg 
WDN0917"Is that the Home Office - I wonder if you could help? Nobody loves me now!"
(The Home Secretary has set up a Departmental Committee to inquire into the desirability of appointing an officer at each police court to try to mend estrangements.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0917.jpg 
WDN0989British CalmDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0989.jpg 
LSE2155Diogenes on the warpathDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Feb 1935LSE2155.jpg 
WDN1302Tory Railway Bluff
"You give us rotten service."
"But lovely posters, sir - lovely posters!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)07 Nov 1935WDN1302.jpg 
WD0288"And write those lines a few million times - next please!"
(Will the world statesmen learn the obvious lesson from the threatened world drought?)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)1934WD0288.jpg 
TW1423[No caption]Tom Webster (1886-1962)9 June 1927TW1423.jpg 
WD0463"I say - are you in this race?"
"Yah, blease tank you - by special request!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1935] WD0463.jpg 
WDN0873"Hoy - you! Lend a hand, can't you?"
"We never lend!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0873.jpg 
WD0309How It Happened
Famous Scottish Comedian (several months ago): "We'll no be wantin' the puir beastie getting in oor way in oor new show - let the boys take it to some distant deep cold body of water and sink it well 'oot of sight!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0309.jpg 
WDN1041The Visitor: And so you think you are dictator of Britain?
The Other: I am the dictator of Britain - the doctors gave me the job.
(Mr Neville Chamberlain makes another speech to-day.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1041.jpg 
WDN1079"Your facts are too, too heartbreaking, but remember your dreams! Surely you, too, have your dreams."
"No, Sir! - Only nightmares, Sir!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1079.jpg 
WD0471The Worm that TurnedDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0471.jpg 
WDN0013On the way to nowhere.
The Labour leader (leading the party into the Land of (Com) Promise): "Forward, brother, and, in spite of all they say, let us continue to take advantage, in the devilish diplomatic way we are at present doing, of the fact that this old party is going in the same direction!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)09 Nov 1912WDN0013.jpg 
WD0421Drifting with the Whitsuntide.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)22 January 1934WD0421.jpg 
WDN1339Statesmen of EuropeDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1339.jpg 
WDN1046More Male Mannequins: Preparing them for the Parade.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1046.jpg 
WDN1167The Free Hand - in the Mailed FistDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1167.jpg 
TW4011The Spoil-SportsTom Webster (1886-1962)04 April 1929TW4011.jpg 
GS0293Published caption: The "National" share out.
Nurses: "How dare you! All tickets must come through us!"
Baldwin: "Sh- don't get excited, girls! We can't win on these tickets anyway!"
(The National Co-ordination Committee propose an arrangement for sharing out Conservative seats with the MacDonald Labourites and the Simonites.)
Sidney 'George' Strube22 Mar 1934GS0293.jpg 
GS0276Published caption: The Retreat from Fulham
(Sequel to last Monday's cartoon - "We are Locarno's Army - ")
Sidney 'George' Strube28 Oct 1933GS0276.jpg 
WDN1385The Worm that TurnedDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1385.jpg 
WDN1295The Snowden Grand Opera
Mr. Baldwin: "Hi, Beaverbrook, you're not on in this Act!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1295.jpg 
WDN0690Another Losing Team
Reporter: "To what do you attribute these failures?"
Captain: "We're just tired - so, so tired!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0690.jpg 
WD0483Spring - Bountiful Spring is ComingDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0483.jpg 
WDN0696"Stand Back! The poor girl wants air - all the air that's going!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0696.jpg 
WDN1141Lazarus, 1936
(Only the Crumbs)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1936]WDN1141.jpg 
WDN1230The Mesmerist: "The dawn is breaking, your troubles are going - you have power, you have proud traditions, and you have riches untapped - "
The Subject: "C-c-could I have a plate of fish and chips too?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1230.jpg 
WDN0371[Missing] Mimi can love you both at once!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1920] WDN0371.jpg 
WDN1091Not Without Its Difficulties!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1091.jpg 
WDN1014That war debt baby
Mr. Optimist Ramsay: "Ssh! I've got him to sleep at last."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1014.jpg 
WDN0890Opening BarsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0890.jpg 
WDN0387[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0387.jpg 
WDN0778[No caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0778.jpg 
WDN0795"I warned him he was overdoing it - the Boneless Wonder has been an' gone an' tied himself into a knot and can't undo himself."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0795.jpg 
WDN0774The Bear Leader
J.R. Mac
Recess
Iron and steel majority
JR Mac.D Lossiemouth
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0774.jpg 
WDN0752Ju-Jitsu Champion goes on his way.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0752.jpg 
WDN0746Fatty Degeneration
To-day, a bigger and better session of Parliament opens.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0746.jpg 
WDN0655Thunder on the left
"Are you sure our nice new customers won't shrink?"
"Never, unless of course they get wet."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0655.jpg 
WDN1001The Modern Julius Caesar
"And why does he bestride the narrow world like a Colossus, and we City men walk under his huge legs and peep about to find ourselves dishonourable gains?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1001.jpg 
WDN0750Opening BarsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0750.jpg 
WDN0220The puppets
Being the self portrait of that master tactician, Ramsay MacDonald, as he paints it by word of mouth for his enthusiastic followers on every occasion upon which he addresses them.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)17 Feb 1914WDN0220.jpg 
WDN0741Their Overworked Supporter
"I can't face it again, boys - I can't face it. I know I'll break down yet!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0741.jpg 
WDN0855"And mind you - no scamping of the material! I may not be an objector, but I'm still verra conscientious."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0855.jpg 
WDN0719"Tut! Tut! Where's that Army - it was here a couple of years ago!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0719.jpg 
WDN1288"Gentlemen - your instructions."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1288.jpg 
WD0541[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0541.jpg 
WDN0648Hamlet trying to pin down the Ghost of his one-time father!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0648.jpg 
WD0119Opening BarsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0119.jpg 
WDN1362"Half a League! Half a League! Half a League - Onward!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1362.jpg 
WDN0117Ramsay's dream.
Capitalism: "Farewell, Mr. MacDonald - nay, let me call you Ramsay! Farewell! At last the sweet fragrance of your life and works has convinced me this is the way - the only way!" (Touches off the cannon and then our Mister MacDonald awakens.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)25 June 1913WDN0117.jpg 
WDN1102Disinterment, or a Prime Minister Searching for a Policy
[Mr. Ramsay MacDonald is still busying himself with the remains of the World Economic Conference.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933] WDN1102.jpg 
WDN1029International Concert Party Cheering up the Patients.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1029.jpg 
WDN0860"Fiddlers Three"
"Sitha. Lad - I called for Fiddlers, not Fiddlers about!"
(The Board of Trade has shelved the consideration of organising nationally the new development of coal power.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0860.jpg 
WDN0658"How wrong it is,, dear Neville, for people to say we lead the public by the nose!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0658.jpg 
WDN0577Peace termsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0577.jpg 
WDN0636"An' what I sez, yer honour, is me and me lady friend, Mrs Runciman, we may 'ave said what they sez we said, but we never said what they sez we said - not in the way they sez we said it, if yer knows what I mean!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0636.jpg 
WD0165Which is taking which for a ride?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0165.jpg 
WD0296Hamlet trying to pin down the Ghost of his one-time FatherDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0296.jpg 
WDN1383Never Again!
"Ah, nurse, producing future leaders for US, I hope!"
"Not leaders - MASTERS!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1383.jpg 
WD0208"Gentlemen; your instructions!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0208.jpg 
WDN1107"Madam, my love for you grows every day!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1107.jpg 
WDN1035A Scene Shifter chooses an inopportune moment for the British TennerDyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933] WDN1035.jpg 
WDN1314"Genuinely Seeking Work"
Modern Good Samaritan: "Help you! But ah! My dear friend - my probably fatally injured friend - have you documentary evidence from a J.P., a psychoanalyst and a Cabinet Minister that you were genuinely seeking to avoid the car?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1314.jpg 
WDN1196Ramsay - "Give us your vote - there is no danger. I have him under complete control."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1196.jpg 
WDN1365Shakespeare rewritten by an admirer of the Prime MinisterDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1365.jpg 
WDC0038[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0038.jpg 
WDN0632Statesmanship
"Now, Monsieur, in regard to this problem of helping these unfortunate people.."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0632.jpg 
WDN1099The MacRobinson Crusoes begin to suspect the island is inhabited.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1099.jpg 
WDN0659The Patient: "The same mixture! I say, why not try it on the old missus here?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0659.jpg 
WD0289"And no other eyes than thine shall ever, ever, ever, see this winsome face, shall they, Sheikiedums!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0289.jpg 
WD0054"Sweetest one! My precious! Love of [my] life - do not [ineligible] [missing] I can explain all!"
(Disarmament is the first business [missing] new session opening tomorrow...)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0054.jpg 
WD0473The Visitor: "Commisionair, can you direct me to the section that tells you how to advertise when you have nothing to advertise?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933]WD0473.jpg 
WDN0782"O.K., Justice - the scales balance!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)undatedWDN0782.jpg 
WD0046Lazarus - 1936
(Only the Crumbs)
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WDN1345[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1345.jpg 
WD0030Father love at GenevaDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0030.jpg 
WDN0739"World Causes" - J. R. MacDonald
The Son of the Sea: "But, Cap'n - hadn't we better put out the lifeboat for these unfortunate people?"
Captain of the Coastguard: "Alas, Mr. Bull, lifeboats are but palliatives. Let us think deeper; let us think truer - let us think about controlling the inclemency of the weather, which has caused the misfortune."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0739.jpg 
WDN1169The Still-Lost LeadersDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1169.jpg 
WDN1118Ramsay MacDonald returns from the Canadian wilds to-day "full of health and eager to overcome the problems that are confronting the Cabinet."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1118.jpg 
WD0518"Tut! Tut! Where's that Army - it was here a couple of years ago!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0518.jpg 
WDN0866"Those poor, dear labouring classes - pray, show them in, Jeeves!"
"Pardon me, your Grace, but if Hi do so, Hi do so hunder protest!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0866.jpg 
WDN0695"Pardon me, but surely you have deserted your army?"
"Certainly not, woman - the army has deserted me!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0695.jpg 
WDN0700May and may not.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0700.jpg 
WD0150Recent events indicate that a certain poetic parliamentarian and a certain newspaper Viscount are not as vis-a-vis as they once were.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1934]WD0150.jpg 
WDN1290The Victim: "It's very kind of you to come at last, Mr. Fireman, but you've forgotten your hose. You can't put this fire out without water."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1290.jpg 
WDN1140Which is Taking Which for a Ride?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1140.jpg 
WDN1045The Waiter: "Let me see, what was it you ordered, sir - a nice Runciman rasher?"
The Diner: "I have said nothin' about no rasher, Mister. You bring I the whole hog!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1045.jpg 
WD0002The Wisdom of Hastings
"You must learn from me or you are lost -
- But I must learn from you or we are both lost."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0002.jpg 
WD0488"Don't lead 'em drive em"
"And among the young 'uns, producin' further future leaders for us I hope!"
"Not leaders - drivers!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0488.jpg 
WDN0884The Visitor: "Can you direct me to the section that tells you how to advertise when you have nothing to advertise?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933]WDN0884.jpg 
WDN1159Open Diplomacy!
"Hist! There is no mystery - all you have to do is say nothing think nothing and leave it all to us!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1159.jpg 
WDN0651"Nasty, Suspicious Customs Officers."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0651.jpg 
WDN0836The Babe in the Wood: "Sez youse!"
Mr. Baldwin's 1935 message warns the country, in view of a possible election, of the dire need to keep the virtues of the "National" Government well in mind, and a commentator regrets the prevalence of Americanisms in this year's pantomimes.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1934]WDN0836.jpg 
WDN0640Efficiency
Timid British householder: "I don't want to complain, but you know this plate is too small for my chop."
Head waiter: "No trouble, sir. Our motto is service. Waiter, fetch the gentleman a smaller chop."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0640.jpg 
WDN1342The Flight That Failed
["We have to face a very serious problem of permanent unemployment," said Mr. Ramsay MacDonald on Monday.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1342.jpg 
WD0547In the wilds of Canada or the wanderers dream of homeDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0547.jpg 
WDN0929The Experts with Singed Reputation: Where's the blighter who lit that candle?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0929.jpg 
WD0608The Tory No-Quarter Deck
"Now that I am back is there anything I can do for you - I must have a contented crew!"
"Well, - just to oblige us skipper - would you mind skipping!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0608.jpg 
WD0115Statesmanship
"Now, Monsieur, in regard to this problem of helping these unfortunate people"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0115.jpg 
WD0018"Fiddlers Three"
"Sitha' lad - I called for fiddlers, not fiddlers about!"
(Board of Trade has shelved the consideration of the nation trade organisation of the new development of coal power.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0018.jpg 
WD0013"An' what I sez, yer honour, is me and me lady friend, Mrs Runciman, we may have said what they sez we sez, but we never sez what they sez we sez - not in the way they sez we sez it, if yer know what I mean your Honour!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0013.jpg 
WDN1013"Who knows where the General is? He's down in the deep Dugout." - Soldier Trench Song. Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1013.jpg 
WDC0231Mr Cunningham Graham and the Labour Party - The distinguished writer is exhibited doubting whether his sense of the picturesque will permit him to support them as evidently in their prosperity as he did in darker days. Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0231.jpg 
WD0602[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0602.jpg 
WD0399The Experts with Singed Reputation: Where's the blighter who lit that candle?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0399.jpg 
WD0019"World Causes" - J. R. McD
The Son of the Sea: "But, Cap'n - hadn't we better put out the life boat for these unfortunate people"
Captain of the Coastguard: "Alas, Mr. Bull, life boats are but palliatives - let us think deeper; let us think truer - let us think about controlling the inclemency of the weather, which has caused the misfortune!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0019.jpg 
WDN1291Spring - Bountiful Spring is Coming
By restoring all the cuts the Chancellor has the opportunity of increasing purchasing power by at least £25,000,000 a year.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1291.jpg 
WD0236"Sorry, Mister Wren!"
Yesterday was the tercentenary of the birth of Christopher Wren whose plan for the new London was turned down by the short sighted economy maniacs of his day.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1932]WD0236.jpg 
WD0506"Down among de cotton"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0506.jpg 
WD0456Not in U.S.A.
The Lady and her Lawyers "Oh tell me tell me quickly - they cannot take the angel child from my custody!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0456.jpg 
WD0512Their Overworked Supporter
"I can't face it again, boys - I can't face it! I know I'll break down yet!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0512.jpg 
WD0312"Genuinely Seeking Work"
Modern Good Samaritan: "Help you! But ah! My dear friend - my probably fatally injured friend - have you documentary evidence from a J.P. a psycho analyst and a cabinet minister that you were genuinely seeking to avoid the car?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0312.jpg 
WD0313[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0313.jpg 
WDN0708"Faither - wouldna' it be grand if we only had a wee bit coat to wear-r-r-r them on?"
(Just for a handful of silver he left us.
Just for a riband to stick in his coat. - Browning)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0708.jpg 
WDN1222The Lion lies down with the Lamb - but which is which?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1222.jpg 
WD0190"Naughty, naughty Lamb - it is no restriction on your liberty - it is only to prevent you biting the lion!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0190.jpg 
WD0279[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0279.jpg 
WD0224The Visitor: "And so - you think you are dictator of Britain!"
The Other: "I am the dictator of Britain - the doctors gave me the job!"
(Mr Neville Chamberlain makes another of his important financial announcements to-day.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0224.jpg 
WD0495Nasty Suspicious Customs OfficersDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0495.jpg 
WDN1346Education's Failures
Our Governors: "Though constrained to kick you downstairs, we lack no measurre of rrrrespect for yourr beneficent quantities. Indeed, it was you that made us what we are to-day!"
Education: "Did I? Sorry!"
[Education is to be debated in the Commons to-morrow.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1346.jpg 
WDN1264Father Love at GenevaDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1264.jpg 
WDN1350Fossil of Another Geological Epoch: "Heavens, do they imagine I am still alive!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1350.jpg 
WDN1231Recent events indicate that a certain poetic Parliamentarian and a certain newspaper viscount are not as vis-a-vis as they once were.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1934]WDN1231.jpg 
WDN0033Fakirs - Indian and otherwise.
[Mr J. R. Macdonald, M.P., completely "indifferent" to the problem at home, is being sent out by a grateful Government to India to study problems there. He will of course give particular attention to India's great variety of Fakirs, who will often remain so long in one attitude that their limbs become atrophied and incapable of action.]
The guide: "This, sare, vare 'oly man, vare 'oly man - he sit like that all his life, sare - nevaire move - vare old - !"
The chief: - "Ah! How it takes me back to home and all those dear fakir-friends I have left behind at like devotions."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)07 Dec 1912WDN0033.jpg 
WD0173"We've watched that old sign for three years, and there's been no change!"
"Ah! My dear, dear humble friends, changes are imminent - we are thinking of changing the sign!"
(There is a suggestion that the Govt. is about to hand the mismanagement of housing over to a Ministry with a brand new name.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0173.jpg 
WD0065"Kicking yourself, sir? Oh, permit us!"
"One feels that one is doing bad work...when it is all over you are inclined to kick yourself."
The P.M. on industrial health
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0065.jpg 
LSE0636Pillion riders in the big eventDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1929LSE0636.jpg 
WD0259The Barn Stormer "This here apathy Stan, laddie, will be the death of the drama!"
(The Tory managers are complaining about the apathy which is greeting their efforts)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)08 Nov 1935WD0259.jpg 
GS0149AThe Westminster minuet.Sidney 'George' Strube08 Feb 1930GS0149A.jpg 
DL0687Full moon in the economic graveyard.David Low (1891-1963)14 Dec 1932DL0687.jpg 
DL0154Latest from the front.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1928DL0154.jpg 
DL0649The martyr's couch.David Low (1891-1963)23 Mar 1932DL0649.jpg 
ES0002"The Downing Street Nightingale. Mr. Ramsay Macdonald (slightly altering Milton) - 'O Nightingale, that on yon blooming spray / warblest at eve, when all the streets are still, / Thou with fresh hope a Premier's heart doth fill."Ernest H. Shepard17 May 1933ES0002.jpg 
DL0626"The worship of the Golden Calf." After Poussin's famous work at the French Art Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jan 1932DL0626.jpg 
DL0722Ramsay's CruiseDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1933DL0722.jpg 
DL0738Arrival of Exhibit A.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1933DL0738.jpg 
DL0940On and on and on.David Low (1891-1963)22 Mar 1935DL0940.jpg 
DL0934Political-financial noteDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1935DL0934.jpg 
GS0336The Belle of New York (revived) L.G. "Come on girls - follow on: "Chorus of Belles" My Good Man can't you see she's following us"Sidney 'George' Strube28 Oct 1934GS0336.jpg 
LSE0574[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Apr 1929LSE0574.jpg 
GS0313Payment in kind?Sidney 'George' Strube15 Jun 1934GS0313.jpg 
GS0154Ta ra-ra boom-deay.Sidney 'George' Strube22 Mar 1930GS0154.jpg 
GS0203Here is an end at last of all privation[.] / You(')ve got your ... spare all you can afford / To welcome little Beavercup on boardSidney 'George' Strube11 Jan 1932GS0203.jpg 
07529"Seven lives! That's not an adventure - that's a pleasure cruise!"Michael Cummings13 Aug 196507529.jpg 
GS0779Published caption: The man with a following. It is stated that there are enough burst pipes to keep plumbers busy until two months after the General Election.Sidney 'George' Strube26 Feb 1929GS0779.jpg 
GS0115Manager "Now you understand, the executioner comes on in the last scene?" The Victim "But not him -, why he's a real executioner." Manager ["]Well this is going to be a real execution ain't it?"Sidney 'George' Strube17 Dec 1927GS0115.jpg 
GS0144Published caption: Another all-night sitting To-day is St. Andrew's Day.Sidney 'George' Strube30 Nov 1929GS0144.jpg 
GS0310Published caption: "All for the love of a lady"Sidney 'George' Strube11 May 1934GS0310.jpg 
GS0846Actions speak louder than wordsSidney 'George' Strube13 Jan 1932GS0846.jpg 
LSE0859The Past meets the PresentDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1919 - 31 Dec 1963LSE0859.jpg 
LSE2199Review of the Forces.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jun 1935LSE2199.jpg 
LSE2073Cabinet meeting during the next war.David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1934LSE2073.jpg 
LSE1858Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)18 Oct 1932LSE1858.jpg 
LSE1938Through Nazi eyes.David Low (1891-1963)11 May 1933LSE1938.jpg 
DL0384Its safest to stand still."David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1930DL0384.jpg 
05654"The Prime Minister and I are always in agreement." - Mr. Butler on Monday.Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 Jun 196405654.jpg 
GS0124Published caption: Political Olympic Games. No. 7 - The hat-trimming contest.Sidney 'George' Strube03 Aug 1928GS0124.jpg 
GS0853Published caption: "A Midsummers-Night's Dream." Puck: "I'll follow you, I'll lead you about a round, Through bog, through bush, through brake, through brier! Sometime a horse I'll be, sometime a hound, A hog, a headless bear, sometime a fire: And neigh, and bark, and grunt, and roar, and burn, Like horse, hound, hog, fire, at every turn." "A Midsummer-Night's Dream" is being played in the open at Regent's Park.Sidney 'George' Strube10 Jul 1933GS0853.jpg 
GS0241Sir Walter Raleighbrook take a preliminary puffSidney 'George' Strube28 Jan 1933GS0241.jpg 
GS0245Published caption: Progress! "The Government had not even begun to settle anything. It was the long policy - every step in the wrong direction." (Mr. Lloyd George)Sidney 'George' Strube18 Feb 1933GS0245.jpg 
LSE7133The Political Olympic Games.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1924LSE7133.jpg 
GS0842`A countryside idyll'Sidney 'George' Strube09 Apr 1931GS0842.jpg 
WDN0213The ruling family.
[Ramsay MacDonald justifies his Party's attitude of kindly tolerance towards the Liberals by stating that to turn them out to put the Tories in would be substituting Tweedle-Dee for Tweedle-Dum.]
Ramsay (recitative):
We loathe this Tweedle family
And its similarity.
We loathe the fact that Twedle-Dum
Is so like Tweedle-Dee.
And to show our moral loathing
What can Upright Foemen do
But with courage never faltering
Become a Tweedle-Too!
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)03 Feb 1914WDN0213.jpg 
VY0072The ghost walksVicky [Victor Weisz]07 May 1954VY0072.jpg 
LSE0685Cart before the horse.David Low (1891-1963)30 Nov 1929LSE0685.jpg 
GS0452After all that.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Apr 1937GS0452.jpg 
DL0108[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)03 Jul 1928DL0108.jpg 
DL0356Charley Trevelyan: "Make it as much like Ma's writing as you can Ramsay."David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1930DL0356.jpg 
DL0902Old Low's almanack - Prophecies for 1935David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1934DL0902.jpg 
DL0840Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Jun 1934DL0840.jpg 
GS0114The managers (outside) "Why, that's the very girl I've been looking for!" Theatrical managers are much puzzled by the present shortage of leading ladiesSidney 'George' Strube10 Oct 1927GS0114.jpg 
GS0334Published caption: Micawbers: "In case of anything turning up (of which we are rather confident), we shall be extremely happy if it should be in our power to improve your prospects."Sidney 'George' Strube26 Oct 1934GS0334.jpg 
GS0171But I haven't started yet[.] That's what I'm warning you about, whateffer.Sidney 'George' Strube03 Jan 1931GS0171.jpg 
LSE7329[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1925LSE7329.jpg 
LSE0370The Zinoviev Seance.David Low (1891-1963)19 Mar 1928LSE0370.jpg 
LSE0333Uncle Thomas's Cabinet."David Low (1891-1963)14 Jan 1928LSE0333.jpg 
LSE0361Heavy tragedy at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)03 Mar 1928LSE0361.jpg 
GS0079Published caption: On TourSidney 'George' Strube14 Oct 1924GS0079.jpg 
GS0301The private viewSidney 'George' Strube11 Apr 1934GS0301.jpg 
WDN0817"An' in the 'ole days a bit o' 'ousebreakin' with vilence was nothin' to me, but now I've found grace, brothers, I'm cuttin' out the vilence!"
(The Government's belated promise in regard to the Means Test is only to make it more uniform not to make it more humane.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0817.jpg 
LSE1669"The ancient and honourable game."David Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1931LSE1669.jpg 
DL0288Today's hairdressing exhibitionDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1929DL0288.jpg 
DL0489Strange interlude.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1931DL0489.jpg 
GS0845Published caption: Political Lord Mayor's Show.Sidney 'George' Strube09 Nov 1931GS0845.jpg 
WD0438Fossil of Another Geological Epoch: "Heavens! Do they imagine I am still alive!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0438.jpg 
GS0091The rich widow. "Qh! Mr.Rudolph Ramsaytino, wouldn't it be romantic if you DID elope with me?"Sidney 'George' Strube08 Dec 1925GS0091.jpg 
LSE1878Full moon in the economic graveyard.David Low (1891-1963)14 Dec 1932LSE1878.jpg 
LSE0295The ideal Prime Minister.David Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1927LSE0295.jpg 
DL0171[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1928DL0171.jpg 
DL0479Low's Persian exhibition - \ Exhibit BDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Jan 1931DL0479.jpg 
LSE2253Ramsay MacBoniface.David Low (1891-1963)02 Dec 1935LSE2253.jpg 
DL0002The New season's goods.David Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1927DL0002.jpg 
DL0339Yesterday's Valentine thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Feb 1930DL0339.jpg 
LSE2124[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)09 Nov 1934LSE2124.jpg 
DL0705Opening of ParliamentDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1933DL0705.jpg 
DL0572Political floodlight.David Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1931DL0572.jpg 
LSE1604New traffic signals.David Low (1891-1963)16 Dec 1930LSE1604.jpg 
LSE1730Storm Troops.David Low (1891-1963)01 Sep 1931LSE1730.jpg 
DL0211To-day's cartoon. The Brothers Sisyphus show their musclesDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1929DL0211.jpg 
LSE1490Situation vacant.David Low (1891-1963)28 Apr 1930LSE1490.jpg 
LSE0277A dog evening.David Low (1891-1963)12 Oct 1927LSE0277.jpg 
LSE7158The Political Fashion Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)06 Sep 1924LSE7158.jpg 
WDN0735"Sorry, Mister Wren!"
Yesterday was the tercentenary of the birth of Christopher Wren, whose plan for the New London was turned down by the short-sighted economy maniacs of his day.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0735.jpg 
LSE0523[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Jan 1929LSE0523.jpg 
LSE1537The Illustrated History of England / The Rape of the MaceDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1930LSE1537.jpg 
DL0958Another art sensation.David Low (1891-1963)29 Apr 1935DL0958.jpg 
LSE1803Alice meets the Cheshire Cat.David Low (1891-1963)26 Jan 1932LSE1803.jpg 
LSE0569A time of conferencesDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1929LSE0569.jpg 
DL0149AOpening of the last sessionDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1928DL0149A.jpg 
DL0222Notes from the political frontDavid Low (1891-1963)02 May 1929DL0222.jpg 
DL0004HoaxesDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Oct 1927DL0004.jpg 
WD0590The Heads of the Firm (to the office boy): "We pass you the buck for our Credits' sake. So Say! Say! Say!" (Kipling up to date).Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0590.jpg 
LSE1514Statesman, awake! and greet the smiling dawn.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1930LSE1514.jpg 
LSE0549The Walls of Jericho.David Low (1891-1963)02 Mar 1929LSE0549.jpg 
LSE0645Preparing for the tourDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Sep 1929LSE0645.jpg 
LSE0513[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1928LSE0513.jpg 
LSE1859Rehearsal for this year's pantomime.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1932LSE1859.jpg 
WD0435Government Panto.
The victim: "If you [are Jack] the Giant Killer, [when's the] killing start?"
MacJack: "We are killing him - with kindness."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0435.jpg 
LSE1750Low's war dispatches. No. 1.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1931LSE1750.jpg 
LSE2039The comparative unimportance of the humanDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1934LSE2039.jpg 
LSE0662Today's hairdressing exhibitionDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1929LSE0662.jpg 
LSE1631Strange interlude.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1931LSE1631.jpg 
LSE1516Rehearsal for the Horse Show.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jun 1930LSE1516.jpg 
LSE1497The unsatisfactory oasis.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1930LSE1497.jpg 
LSE1880Old Low's almanack.- / Prophecies for 1933.David Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1932LSE1880.jpg 
LSE1733Restoring confidence.David Low (1891-1963)09 Sep 1931LSE1733.jpg 
LSE1885Inside story of the Prime Minister (exclusive).David Low (1891-1963)02 Jan 1933LSE1885.jpg 
WD0484Education's Failures
Our Governors: "Though constrained to kick you down stairs we lack no measurre of rrrrespect for yourr beneficent quantities. Indeed it was you that made us what we are to day!"
Education: "Did I? Sorry!"
(Tomorrow Education is to be debated in the Commons.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0484.jpg 
GS0784Give yourself a pat on the back; pat on the back and say jolly good health / You've
had a good day to-day.
Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0784.jpg 
LSE0282HoaxesDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Oct 1927LSE0282.jpg 
LSE0554ABank Holiday at the political zooDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1929LSE0554A.jpg 
LSE0279The New season's goods.David Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1927LSE0279.jpg 
LSE0320Low's Christmas shoppingDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1927LSE0320.jpg 
LSE0308Low howls down another theatrical production.David Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1927LSE0308.jpg 
LSE0567[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1929LSE0567.jpg 
LSE0565Disrespect in Miss MacDonald's seminaryDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Apr 1929LSE0565.jpg 
LSE0679His part in the Christmas shoppingDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1929LSE0679.jpg 
LSE1805Amazing revelationDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Feb 1932LSE1805.jpg 
LSE1926The political situation - Downing Street at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1933LSE1926.jpg 
LSE1581"There are problems that must be grappled with" - said Ramsay in 1928.David Low (1891-1963)28 Oct 1930LSE1581.jpg 
LSE1693Military tournament.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1931LSE1693.jpg 
LSE1698Luggage for the weekend.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jun 1931LSE1698.jpg 
LSE2133Old Low's almanack - Prophecies for 1935David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1934LSE2133.jpg 
LSE2166Cause precedes effectDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1935LSE2166.jpg 
LSE2138Christmas arrives.David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1934LSE2138.jpg 
LSE2175Trap for spring chickensDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1935LSE2175.jpg 
LSE2078"I have never seen such a government" - Mr. J.H. Thomas.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1934LSE2078.jpg 
LSE2167On and on and on.David Low (1891-1963)22 Mar 1935LSE2167.jpg 
LSE5266Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1934LSE5266.jpg 
DL0023Low howls down another theatrical production.David Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1927DL0023.jpg 
GS0357The word mostly used in English to-day is `definitely'.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Mar 1935GS0357.jpg 
GS0355Published caption: Queens not seen in last night's British Industries Dinner Ball Pageant.Sidney 'George' Strube27 Feb 1935GS0355.jpg 
GS0426Published Caption : The new term. Dr. Will Pay : "Now, boys, don't overdo it! Remember I shall look back on this welcome when you least expect it"Sidney 'George' Strube28 Sep 1936GS0426.jpg 
TW1497Published caption: From Racecourse To WestminsterTom Webster (1886-1962)14 November 1927TW1497.jpg 
GS0300Published caption: Home on the range. Where seldom is heard a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day. - With acknowledgments to the popular song. "Home on the Range."Sidney 'George' Strube09 Apr 1934GS0300.jpg 
GS0225Published caption: If the movement spreadsSidney 'George' Strube09 Sep 1932GS0225.jpg 
GS0210No captionSidney 'George' Strube16 Feb 1932GS0210.jpg 
GS0167Published caption: Hit the deck! Astonishing effect of Admiral Taylor's influence on contemporary politics.Sidney 'George' Strube29 Oct 1930GS0167.jpg 
WD0124"Hands up you cad!"
(The Inskip Sedition Bill would make it an offence to possess a copy of the Bible or the published speeches of Mr Ramsay MacDonald)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)1934WD0124.jpg 
WD0145War Memories
"Who knows where the General is? He's down in the deep dug out." - Soldier Trench Song.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0145.jpg 
ADD00106 yearsAndy Davey01 Aug 2003ADD0010.jpg 
LSE0427The political "Jervis Bay"David Low (1891-1963)28 Jun 1928LSE0427.jpg 
DL0280"Telling the cock-eyed world"David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1929DL0280.jpg 
DL0267[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)09 Sep 1929DL0267.jpg 
DL1066Things to come - and things to go.David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1936DL1066.jpg 
DL0661Final jumps at the European Horse Show.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jun 1932DL0661.jpg 
DL1030History Retold - The Message of GlencoeDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1935DL1030.jpg 
LSE1629Between Gandhi and Windhi.David Low (1891-1963)31 Jan 1931LSE1629.jpg 
LSE1766"There were some young ladies of Riga... who went for a ride on a tiger - "David Low (1891-1963)12 Nov 1931LSE1766.jpg 
LSE1982Watchful waiting.David Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1933LSE1982.jpg 
NG4480[no caption]Nicholas Garland1977?NG4480.jpg 
LSE7506Under The Spreading Chestnut Tree The Village Smithy Stands.David Low (1891-1963)30 Mar 1927LSE7506.jpg 
WD0455"Pardon me - but that doesn't mean me does it"
"Don't be silly!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0455.jpg 
DL0286Orders for the foreign marketDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Oct 1929DL0286.jpg 
DL0553"Right away, Miss. After you."David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1931DL0553.jpg 
DL0569Up the political pole.David Low (1891-1963)01 Aug 1931DL0569.jpg 
DL0629The stony stare.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jan 1932DL0629.jpg 
LSE1747The lively invalid.David Low (1891-1963)03 Oct 1931LSE1747.jpg 
LSE0318The premature back-seat drivers.David Low (1891-1963)15 Dec 1927LSE0318.jpg 
GS0841The House Holder : "Well, boys, how are you getting on?" First Political Plumber : "Fine, Sir, why old Stan 'ere 'as bin "Dummy" every time!"Sidney 'George' Strube09 Jun 1931GS0841.jpg 
GS0785The Rival BluesSidney 'George' Strube23 Mar 1929GS0785.jpg 
LSE6890Mr. Ramsay MacDonald.David Low (1891-1963)Dec 1922LSE6890.jpg 
DL0246The drink question.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jul 1929DL0246.jpg 
DL0439Getting on.David Low (1891-1963)09 Oct 1930DL0439.jpg 
LSE0470Political washing day.David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1928LSE0470.jpg 
LSE1897Why the Prime Minister doesn't feel well.David Low (1891-1963)31 Jan 1933LSE1897.jpg 
DL0447"There are problems that must be grappled with" - said Ramsay in 1928.David Low (1891-1963)28 Oct 1930DL0447.jpg 
DL0469The Big fight.David Low (1891-1963)18 Dec 1930DL0469.jpg 
DL0400All the parachute thrills are not at the air pageant.David Low (1891-1963)28 Jun 1930DL0400.jpg 
DL0422Amazing sporting development during Low's absence.David Low (1891-1963)02 Sep 1930DL0422.jpg 
DL0496[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1931DL0496.jpg 
DL0510Hercules wrestling with death for the soul of Liberalism.David Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1931DL0510.jpg 
LSE2003Ssh! What do you think he's thinking?"David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1933LSE2003.jpg 
LSE1734Hail Caesar! Those about to die salute thee!"David Low (1891-1963)10 Sep 1931LSE1734.jpg 
GS0308Now there they stay the whole of the day / And tied up the Macpole tight / With singing and playing, without any paying, / From morning until nightSidney 'George' Strube31 May 1934GS0308.jpg 
DL0798"Jump in, my ffffriends! Why walk when you can ride?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1934DL0798.jpg 
DL1020Subterranean StatesmanshipDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1935DL1020.jpg 
DL0392Rehearsal for the Horse Show.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jun 1930DL0392.jpg 
DL0587[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Oct 1931DL0587.jpg 
DL0730Buzz-z-z-z-z ...David Low (1891-1963)08 May 1933DL0730.jpg 
DL0598- and they say there's practically no opposition!David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1931DL0598.jpg 
DL0364The parody conferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1930DL0364.jpg 
DL0209Disrespect in Miss MacDonald's seminaryDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Apr 1929DL0209.jpg 
WH0845Promise and Performance: What have Socialists done. [on reverse]W.K. Haselden24 Oct 1924WH0845.jpg 
DL0317The birth of VenusDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1929DL0317.jpg 
LSE2038"Jump in, my ffffriends! Why walk when you can ride?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1934LSE2038.jpg 
LSE0629Silent workers.David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1929LSE0629.jpg 
LSE1840Final jumps at the European Horse Show.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jun 1932LSE1840.jpg 
LSE1605The Big fight.David Low (1891-1963)18 Dec 1930LSE1605.jpg 
LSE1764- and they say there's practically no opposition!David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1931LSE1764.jpg 
LSE1641Their "Charlies."David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1931LSE1641.jpg 
LSE1724"Hey, Ramsay! You're wanted on the `phone."David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1931LSE1724.jpg 
LSE1742Political electricity.David Low (1891-1963)25 Sep 1931LSE1742.jpg 
LSE1990Preparations for the next round-table ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1933LSE1990.jpg 
LSE1757Low's war dispatches. No.8David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1931LSE1757.jpg 
LSE2387Preparations for the other Coronation.David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1937LSE2387.jpg 
DL0638The world situation at a glance.David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1932DL0638.jpg 
LSE0306Simplicitas Jix and the FlappersDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1927LSE0306.jpg 
LSE0594Raising the dust.David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1929LSE0594.jpg 
LSE0554Action wanted.David Low (1891-1963)11 Mar 1929LSE0554.jpg 
LSE0570Dress rehearsal at Drury Lane.David Low (1891-1963)13 Apr 1929LSE0570.jpg 
LSE0614Circumstances alter cases.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jul 1929LSE0614.jpg 
LSE1448Yesterday's Valentine thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Feb 1930LSE1448.jpg 
LSE1799Sky advertising.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1932LSE1799.jpg 
LSE1656Hercules wrestling with death for the soul of Liberalism.David Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1931LSE1656.jpg 
LSE1535A political test.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1930LSE1535.jpg 
LSE1705Thrills of the great Indian race.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1931LSE1705.jpg 
LSE2244Grand Review of our "Obsolete" Navy - for this occasion onlyDavid Low (1891-1963)30 Oct 1935LSE2244.jpg 
LSE1935Buzz-z-z-z-z ...David Low (1891-1963)08 May 1933LSE1935.jpg 
LSE2139Whose New Year is it, anyway?David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1935LSE2139.jpg 
DL0431Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark.David Low (1891-1963)20 Sep 1930DL0431.jpg 
GS0158Mac. Wot abart wot L.G. "Wot abart that letter you wrote me Mac .... electoral reform L.G. "Well wot abart it?Sidney 'George' Strube28 May 1930GS0158.jpg 
WD0501The Wanderers Return
"Another parrot! Aren't you even going to fetch home something useful!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0501.jpg 
WDN0745The Downing Street Broadcasting Grab
The Doctor: "Stand back everybody else, and give the patient air...Give him all the air!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0745.jpg 
WDN0699Unappreciated Actor: "I know what it is, Mac - we want a publicity agent!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0699.jpg 
WDN1367Please, Teacher, what do we do next?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1367.jpg 
WDN1301"Hullo, you chaps, whatcha doing?"
"Just t-r-rying t-t-o s-c-c-care s-some people to d-d-d-death!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)06 Nov 1935WDN1301.jpg 
WD0143The Babe in the Wood: "Sez youse!"
(Mr. Baldwin's 1935 message warns the country, in view of a possible election, of the dire need to keep the virtues of the National Govt. well in mind and a commentator regrets the prevalence of Americanisms in this year's pantos.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1935]WD0143.jpg 
WDN0907"Why may not Daddy's Darling play with the little children - Daddy's Darling thought they were related to Daddy!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0907.jpg 
WD0141Statesmen of EuropeDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0141.jpg 
WDN0885Another Fatal WeddingDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0885.jpg 
WDN1218Follow My Leader - the New Tory Pastime.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1218.jpg 
WDN0798Government Panto.
The victim: "If you are Jack the Giant Killer, when's the killing start?"
MacJack: "We are killing him - with kindness."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0798.jpg 
WDN0872"Naughty, naughty Lamb - it is no restriction on your liberty - it is only to prevent you biting the Lion!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0872.jpg 
WDN1307Gold Fish, which live on ant eggs, have two exhibitions in London to-day - one in Tottenham Court Road, the other at the House of Commons.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1307.jpg 
WD0398Ramsays Grand Tour
The Mesmerist: "The dawn is breaking, your troubles are going - you have power - you have proud traditions - and you have riches untapped - "
The Subject: "C-c-could I have a plate of fish and chips too?"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0398.jpg 
WD0081The Victim: "But I say you know must we all - in view of all this!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0081.jpg 
WDN1009Political Paradise
"Well, if you won't sing in our choir, just you give us back the halos we gave you last September."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1009.jpg 
WD0146"I say you know my plate is too small for my chop"
"No trouble sir - our motto is service. Waiter give the gentleman a small chop!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0146.jpg 
WDN0974"We've watched that old sign for three years, and there's been no change!"
"Ah! My dear, dear humble friends, changes are imminent - we are thinking of changing the sign!"
[There is a suggestion that the Government is about to hand the mismanagement of housing over to a Ministry with a brand new name.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0974.jpg 
WDN0744Sir Herbert Samuel: "I say, you fellows! Don't you sort of hear something?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0744.jpg 
WDN1338The Wisdom of Hastings
"You must learn from me or you are lost -
- But I must learn from you or we are both lost."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1338.jpg 
WDN1228"And no other eyes than thine shall ever, ever, ever, see this winsome face, shall they, Sheikiedums!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1228.jpg 
WD0239Rear - very Unpopulaire!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0239.jpg 
WD0229"Fether - wouldna it be grand if we only had the wee-bit coaties to wear them on?"
(Just for a handful of silver he left us.
Just for a ribbon to wear his coat." - Browning)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0229.jpg 
WDN1101Ramsay's Optimism
"Go away, George Lansbury - everything in this garden is lovely, including the serpent."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1101.jpg 
WDN1089"Kicking yourself, sir? Oh, permit us!"
Speaking on industrial health, the Prime Minister said: "One feels that one is doing bad work...
When it is all over you are inclined to kick yourself."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1089.jpg 
WDN0910"Pooh! Wait till the boys have finished our new pedestal - I'll simply tower over you!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)January 1934WDN0910.jpg 
WDN1105Suspicious voice from inside: "But who's there?"
The animals: "Don't you recognise our voices, brother? Baa-a-a!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1105.jpg 
WDN0931A Determined Sitter
"At Lossiemouth it will be a busman's holiday - Parliament will not be sitting, but the Prime Minister will" - a newspaper eulogy of the Prime Minister
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0931.jpg 
WD0479A Scene Shifter chooses an inopportune moment for the British TennerDyson; Will (1880-1938)[1933] WD0479.jpg 
WDC0173The Still Lost LeadersDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0173.jpg 
WDN0919The Britannia that Rules the Wave-LengthsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0919.jpg 
WDN1082P.C. Gilmour: "Seeing the prisoner in his front garden thinkin' thoughts agen the Government, I says to him: 'Not so much of it,' I says, but disregarding my warning he proceeded to think harder than ever. Whereupon, calling me brother officers I proceeded to arrest him - a matter of no small difficulty owing to the nature of the resistance put up by the prisoner."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1082.jpg 
WDN1303And 'ark, ladies and gents - afore you pays your money - 'ark 'ark to the blood-curdlin' roar of the huntamed hanimal!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)05 Nov 1935WDN1303.jpg 
DL0096[caption damaged]_ed side-shows.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jun 1928DL0096.jpg 
DL0282The philosophers of the creekDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1929DL0282.jpg 
DL0150Writing on the wallDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1928DL0150.jpg 
DL0359"Also ran."David Low (1891-1963)29 Mar 1930DL0359.jpg 
DL0594Low's war dispatches. No.8David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1931DL0594.jpg 
LSE1644[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 Aug 1931LSE1644.jpg 
GS0778Winston[.] Your move StanleySidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0778.jpg 
DL0763Preparations for the next round-table ConferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1933DL0763.jpg 
DL0001Hercules about to wrestle with Ramsay MacDeath over the body of AlcestisDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1927DL0001.jpg 
DL0324Noted in passingDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Jan 1930DL0324.jpg 
DL0498Their "Charlies."David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1931DL0498.jpg 
GS0215[The old witch's curse.]Sidney 'George' Strube02 Mar 1932GS0215.jpg 
LSE1445Tramsay.David Low (1891-1963)10 Feb 1930LSE1445.jpg 
LSE1919The March on Geneva.David Low (1891-1963)21 Mar 1933LSE1919.jpg 
GS0288Published caption: Getting a move on with the move onSidney 'George' Strube17 Feb 1934GS0288.jpg 
DL0138Visiting season for polit[ic]al mothers-in-law.....No.2David Low (1891-1963)02 Oct 1928DL0138.jpg 
TW0786[No caption]Tom Webster (1886-1962)30 April 1924TW0786.jpg 
DL0161ChapmanitisDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Dec 1928DL0161.jpg 
LSE0413[caption damaged]_ed side-shows.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jun 1928LSE0413.jpg 
LSE1625Their opportunity?David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1931LSE1625.jpg 
LSE1628Low's standard statue. / (Patent applied for.)David Low (1891-1963)27 Jan 1931LSE1628.jpg 
LSE1863Whisperings of conscience.David Low (1891-1963)01 Nov 1932LSE1863.jpg 
LSE0338Low has a new model.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1928LSE0338.jpg 
LSE1786The Lossiemouth loon at home.David Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1931LSE1786.jpg 
LSE1922Europe at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Mar 1933LSE1922.jpg 
LSE2246Fragment of the Lord Mayor's Show.David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1935LSE2246.jpg 
LSE5330Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1935LSE5330.jpg 
WDN0887Soviets at St. Stephen's
Private Page-Croft: "Yes, I know you're our General. I ain't sayin' nothin' agen that. But wot I do say is, 'Unless us boys gets issued with one of them like wot Corp'ral Runciman 'as got, only bigger and feer, there's goin' to be trouble in this army!'"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0887.jpg 
WDN1223"Allow me to present your Doctors' Mandate, Sir!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1223.jpg 
WD0033Peace termsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0033.jpg 
WDN0880The Strengthened Government
"Pray, dear Mr. Minister-without-Portfolio-or-anything-else, do tell us your views: we would love to know!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0880.jpg 
WDN1111After-holiday disenchantment
Johnny Bull: What a rotten lot of toys!
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1111.jpg 
WDN0743Some Doctors!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0743.jpg 
LSE1866Tiff at the protection meat market.David Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1932LSE1866.jpg 
LSE1823Measles among the national crew.David Low (1891-1963)18 Mar 1932LSE1823.jpg 
DL0025Party pantomimes. No.3. "Cinderella" At the Labour TheatreDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1927DL0025.jpg 
DL0418Sporting life / Outboard motor boating.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1930DL0418.jpg 
DL0536At the political Whipsnade.David Low (1891-1963)23 May 1931DL0536.jpg 
DL0627Back to Earth.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jan 1932DL0627.jpg 
DL0748Wrong Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1933DL0748.jpg 
GS0162A"Follow a star"Sidney 'George' Strube20 Sep 1930GS0162A.jpg 
GS0257Published caption: Delegate for 30 million: "So you start real work this week, gentlemen. Well, good luck to you - I shall still be standing by!"Sidney 'George' Strube19 Jun 1933GS0257.jpg 
LSE1607Tragedy at the Labour dyeing-and-cleaning works.David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1930LSE1607.jpg 
LSE2193More cruelty to statues.David Low (1891-1963)27 May 1935LSE2193.jpg 
PF0871"Good Night - Everybody."Poy [Percy Fearon]Dec 1934PF0871.jpg 
DL0885First Arrests Under the Sedition ActDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1934DL0885.jpg 
DL0542This year's dark horse.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1931DL0542.jpg 
DL0771A new mount for Gordon MacRichardsDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1933DL0771.jpg 
DL0720The political situation - Downing Street at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1933DL0720.jpg 
GS0076Published caption: "The Dying Swanski"Sidney 'George' Strube11 Sep 1924GS0076.jpg 
GS0182SalomeSidney 'George' Strube08 May 1931GS0182.jpg 
GS0362Published caption: The Jockey: "Hang it all! It's a gift horse - why look it in the mouth?"Sidney 'George' Strube28 Mar 1935GS0362.jpg 
LSE0603Guardian Angel (not too pleased): "Well, we've got fine weather for it, drat it!"David Low (1891-1963)11 Jun 1929LSE0603.jpg 
LSE1831Whit Monday in Central Africa.David Low (1891-1963)16 May 1932LSE1831.jpg 
LSE0573Raising their standards.David Low (1891-1963)20 Apr 1929LSE0573.jpg 
DL0249Lamb at the slaughter.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jul 1929DL0249.jpg 
LSE0555Desecration of the political StonehengeDavid Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1929LSE0555.jpg 
DL0199The Walls of Jericho.David Low (1891-1963)02 Mar 1929DL0199.jpg 
GS0246The non stop lunch hour (started 1931)Sidney 'George' Strube09 Mar 1933GS0246.jpg 
DL0446[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1930DL0446.jpg 
LSE1776Old Low's almanack. Prophecies for 1932David Low (1891-1963)30 Nov 1931LSE1776.jpg 
GS0342Published caption: Father Noah's Ark (From The Walt Disney Silly Symphony).Sidney 'George' Strube21 Nov 1934GS0342.jpg 
LSE0347The unveiling of Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1928LSE0347.jpg 
DL0397Miss Baldwin: "What me play gooseberry? Not likely!"David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1930DL0397.jpg 
GS0335Something has turned up!Sidney 'George' Strube27 Oct 1934GS0335.jpg 
LSE7502Low Gives His Staff a Day's Outing.David Low (1891-1963)25 Mar 1927LSE7502.jpg 
LSE1760"Congratulations, Mr. McDonald, on having got your free hand."David Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1931LSE1760.jpg 
DL0935Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Mar 1935DL0935.jpg 
DL0340- So he just won't associate with them.David Low (1891-1963)20 Feb 1930DL0340.jpg 
LSE0660Orders for the foreign marketDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Oct 1929LSE0660.jpg 
LSE0491Latest from the front.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1928LSE0491.jpg 
LSE0671The Fifth at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1929LSE0671.jpg 
LSE1708"Right away, Miss. After you."David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1931LSE1708.jpg 
LSE1741The figurehead that might have sunk the ship.David Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1931LSE1741.jpg 
LSE2121"We must go on, on and on, and up, up and up" - Mr. MacDonald's policy speech.David Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1934LSE2121.jpg 
LSE1642On the Westminster set.David Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1931LSE1642.jpg 
LSE1615Low's Persian exhibition - \ Exhibit ADavid Low (1891-1963)06 Jan 1931LSE1615.jpg 
LSE2111Ramsay's Welcome.David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1934LSE2111.jpg 
LSE0340Politics for Joan Bull.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jan 1928LSE0340.jpg 
LSE0430[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)03 Jul 1928LSE0430.jpg 
LSE1800The stony stare.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jan 1932LSE1800.jpg 
LSE1826Dear Mr. Editor.-There is no cartoon today. I am too busy giving the models their
annual spring-clean.
David Low (1891-1963)28 Mar 1932LSE1826.jpg 
LSE1950Arrival of Exhibit A.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1933LSE1950.jpg 
LSE5338Low's Annual Party for his Models."David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1935LSE5338.jpg 
DL0772From the High CommandDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1933DL0772.jpg 
GS0298Published caption: The catch of the seasonSidney 'George' Strube04 Apr 1934GS0298.jpg 
DL0511Gardening note. - sow it now.David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1931DL0511.jpg 
DL0909Christmas arrives.David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1934DL0909.jpg 
DL0939Cause precedes effectDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1935DL0939.jpg 
DL0949Trap for spring chickensDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1935DL0949.jpg 
DL0053Joan Bull's Valentines, 1928.David Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1928DL0053.jpg 
GS0208Published caption: Early arrivals. (Cruft's famous dog show opens at Islington to-day.)Sidney 'George' Strube10 Feb 1932GS0208.jpg 
DL0410A political test.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1930DL0410.jpg 
DL0379The unsatisfactory oasis.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1930DL0379.jpg 
LSE0609[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1929LSE0609.jpg 
GS02061932 -Sidney 'George' Strube04 Jan 1932GS0206.jpg 
DL0224[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)06 May 1929DL0224.jpg 
GS0176Gangsters never tellSidney 'George' Strube06 Mar 1931GS0176.jpg 
LSE1793Producer: "H'm.... hardly the cast I should have chosen myself...."David Low (1891-1963)02 Jan 1932LSE1793.jpg 
GS0260Father I cannot tell a lie[.] I did it with ... My son ...Sidney 'George' Strube06 Jul 1933GS0260.jpg 
DL0881Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1934DL0881.jpg 
DL0592[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1931DL0592.jpg 
LSE5279Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1934LSE5279.jpg 
LSE0299A Dog's-eye view of Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1927LSE0299.jpg 
LSE0684Geometrical politicsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1929LSE0684.jpg 
LSE1770The everlasting gamble at which nobody ever wins.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1931LSE1770.jpg 
DL0101Thank goodness we've someone else's circus to look at for a change.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1928DL0101.jpg 
DL0202Action wanted.David Low (1891-1963)11 Mar 1929DL0202.jpg 
DL0213Dress rehearsal at Drury Lane.David Low (1891-1963)13 Apr 1929DL0213.jpg 
DL0407Who sups wi' the De'il must use a long spoon.David Low (1891-1963)10 Jul 1930DL0407.jpg 
DL0341[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1930DL0341.jpg 
LSE0420Thank goodness we've someone else's circus to look at for a change.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1928LSE0420.jpg 
DL0580Political electricity.David Low (1891-1963)25 Sep 1931DL0580.jpg 
DL0579The figurehead that might have sunk the ship.David Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1931DL0579.jpg 
DL0729Bodyguard.David Low (1891-1963)04 May 1933DL0729.jpg 
DL0607"See Britain first."David Low (1891-1963)27 Nov 1931DL0607.jpg 
DL0742Economic and monetary Wimbledon.David Low (1891-1963)28 Jun 1933DL0742.jpg 
DL0911Whose New Year is it, anyway?David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1935DL0911.jpg 
DL1183Preparations for the other Coronation.David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1937DL1183.jpg 
GS0129Sweet Nell of Old Drury or The King's favourite (Mr Baldwin will present his election policy at Drury Lane today)Sidney 'George' Strube18 Apr 1929GS0129.jpg 
LSE1471Old Low's almanack - Prophecies for 1931David Low (1891-1963)08 Dec 1930LSE1471.jpg 
LSE1657A day off.David Low (1891-1963)21 Mar 1931LSE1657.jpg 
WH0561[on caption]W.K. Haselden01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1912WH0561.jpg 
GS0131Published caption: How long will the tea interval last? Cricket starts to-day. - Official.Sidney 'George' Strube01 May 1929GS0131.jpg 
DL1028They're Off!David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1935DL1028.jpg 
GS0135"The happy warrior."Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jun 1929GS0135.jpg 
LSE1737And so to bed.David Low (1891-1963)14 Sep 1931LSE1737.jpg 
GS0160The Grand slam! Horatius. Beaverbrook. "For the love of Mike, Partner, why didn't you support me, you had seven of my suit?" Baldwin. "Well, you never knowSidney 'George' Strube08 Aug 1930GS0160.jpg 
20253"Now that the Mafia is so respectable I'd like to join the Club, but should I be blackmailed my deputy chairman will regrettably have to take you for a ride!"Michael Cummings05 May 197120253.jpg 
DL0459The AuditionDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1930DL0459.jpg 
DL0013In the Labor [sic] kitchen.David Low (1891-1963)03 Nov 1927DL0013.jpg 
DL0012Contributions to our cultureDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1927DL0012.jpg 
DL0208Bank Holiday at the political zooDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1929DL0208.jpg 
DL0190When fortune-teller meets fortune-teller.David Low (1891-1963)11 Feb 1929DL0190.jpg 
DL0217The anti-vaccinationistDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Apr 1929DL0217.jpg 
DL0347Liberal Pancake DayDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Mar 1930DL0347.jpg 
DL0582Surgical operation.David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1931DL0582.jpg 
DL0677Ssh! What do you think he's thinking?"David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1932DL0677.jpg 
LSE1617Low's Persian exhibition - \ Exhibit BDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Jan 1931LSE1617.jpg 
DL1027Fragment of the Lord Mayor's Show.David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1935DL1027.jpg 
LSE1812The world situation at a glance.David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1932LSE1812.jpg 
LSE1539At The Poultry Show (Old Hen Section)David Low (1891-1963)22 Jul 1930LSE1539.jpg 
GS0177[no caption]Sidney 'George' Strube28 Mar 1931GS0177.jpg 
GS0145Mac & Philip "How much more effective could we have replied (to your Honour) had this but been the "Freedom of Westminster"Sidney 'George' Strube19 Dec 1929GS0145.jpg 
GS0219Published caption: A reading from Homer
After the famous painting by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, R.A.
Sidney 'George' Strube13 Apr 1932GS0219.jpg 
GS0451Published Caption : Why not board her up, too? - Think of our visitors! (Protests have been made against the boarding-up of Eros, the statue in Piccadilly, during the Coronation)Sidney 'George' Strube25 Mar 1937GS0451.jpg 
GS0229Published caption: L.G. (from the background): "Ha! He can't pull 'em down, he's Samuel - not Samson!"Sidney 'George' Strube28 Sep 1932GS0229.jpg 
GS0273It's ... We joined Locarno yesterday / So Locarno of today's alrightSidney 'George' Strube23 Oct 1933GS0273.jpg 
GS0307Published caption: The Opera Season OpensSidney 'George' Strube02 May 1934GS0307.jpg 
LSE0644The return.David Low (1891-1963)19 Sep 1929LSE0644.jpg 
LSE0627Social notes of the holiday season.David Low (1891-1963)20 Aug 1929LSE0627.jpg 
LSE2021Cavalcade of 1933David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1933LSE2021.jpg 
LSE9173Leadership without tearsDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1963LSE9173.jpg 
PF0860"Putting the lid on it. - The P.M., Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Mr Churchill and Mr Percy Harris."Poy [Percy Fearon]23 Nov 1934PF0860.jpg 
GS0839The love setSidney 'George' Strube23 Jun 1930GS0839.jpg 
WH4332Sport or politics. [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden04 Jun 1929WH4332.jpg 
GS0080The bear. "Come on! We've only got another six days to "do" the country in!"Sidney 'George' Strube23 Oct 1924GS0080.jpg 
DL0203Desecration of the political StonehengeDavid Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1929DL0203.jpg 
DL0196Winston's persuasive eloquence.David Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1929DL0196.jpg 
DL0265Pillion riders in the big eventDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1929DL0265.jpg 
DL0390Statesman, awake! and greet the smiling dawn.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1930DL0390.jpg 
DL0606Indian crisis at Downing Street.David Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1931DL0606.jpg 
DL0875Ramsay's Welcome.David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1934DL0875.jpg 
GS0116Published caption: St. Valentine's Day.Sidney 'George' Strube14 Feb 1928GS0116.jpg 
GS0290[no caption]Sidney 'George' Strube14 Mar 1919GS0290.jpg 
LSE0600Part of the unemployment problem is being solved, anyway.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jun 1929LSE0600.jpg 
MC0630[No caption]Michael Cummings25 May 1959MC0630.jpg 
DL0048Politics for Joan Bull.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jan 1928DL0048.jpg 
GS0159Published caption: "The Derby Day" - A long way 'after Frith'.Sidney 'George' Strube04 Jun 1930GS0159.jpg 
DL0140The Labour `star' turnDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Oct 1928DL0140.jpg 
DL0538Attraction for the coming tourist season in India.David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1931DL0538.jpg 
DL0634Today's exhibition of historical relics.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1932DL0634.jpg 
DL0690A depressed vocation.David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1932DL0690.jpg 
LSE0415Faceless caricature.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1928LSE0415.jpg 
DL0112If Bolshevism came to England. No. 3. Events move swiftly.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jul 1928DL0112.jpg 
DL0433The Truth about Mr. Lloyd George's hair.David Low (1891-1963)23 Sep 1930DL0433.jpg 
DL0544Luggage for the weekend.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jun 1931DL0544.jpg 
DL0273Preparing for the tourDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Sep 1929DL0273.jpg 
DL0586Low's war dispatches. No. 1.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1931DL0586.jpg 
DL0631Cabinet meeting of the National United.David Low (1891-1963)25 Jan 1932DL0631.jpg 
DL0570Holiday attractions.David Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1931DL0570.jpg 
DL0828Al Fresco PerformanceDavid Low (1891-1963)25 May 1934DL0828.jpg 
DL0694Inside story of the Prime Minister (exclusive).David Low (1891-1963)02 Jan 1933DL0694.jpg 
DL0646[No caption]David Low (1891-1963) 14 Mar 1932DL0646.jpg 
LSE1494Richard Lion-Heart at West Fulham.David Low (1891-1963)05 May 1930LSE1494.jpg 
LSE1939Little men, little men, must you be taught another lesson?David Low (1891-1963)15 May 1933LSE1939.jpg 
LSE1956Brilliant success of the Conference so far.David Low (1891-1963)22 Jun 1933LSE1956.jpg 
LSE1620At the cookery exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)Jan 1931LSE1620.jpg 
LSE1500[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)May 1930LSE1500.jpg 
LSE0472Political prophecies.David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1928LSE0472.jpg 
DL0474A happy New Year guaranteed.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1931DL0474.jpg 
DL0259A conference of Russian libels and British slanders / Inspired by the vitriolic cartoons against the Macdonald Government appearing daily in the Moscow papers /David Low (1891-1963)19 Aug 1929DL0259.jpg 
GS0280Published caption: Down in the village something stirred.Sidney 'George' Strube15 Nov 1933GS0280.jpg 
DL0236The Judgement of JoanDavid Low (1891-1963)30 May 1929DL0236.jpg 
DL1140Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1936DL1140.jpg 
LSE0350Joan Bull's Valentines, 1928.David Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1928LSE0350.jpg 
LSE1473"Also ran."David Low (1891-1963)29 Mar 1930LSE1473.jpg 
LSE1480The parody conferenceDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1930LSE1480.jpg 
LSE1506Its safest to stand still."David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1930LSE1506.jpg 
LSE1612A happy New Year guaranteed.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1931LSE1612.jpg 
LSE1638[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1931LSE1638.jpg 
LSE1729Holiday attractions.David Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1931LSE1729.jpg 
GS0331The rabbits of Downing StreetSidney 'George' Strube19 Oct 1934GS0331.jpg 
LSE0315Another appeal for the support of musicDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Dec 1927LSE0315.jpg 
LSE0293In the Labor [sic] kitchen.David Low (1891-1963)03 Nov 1927LSE0293.jpg 
LSE0292Contributions to our cultureDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1927LSE0292.jpg 
LSE0437If Bolshevism came to England. No. 3. Events move swiftly.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jul 1928LSE0437.jpg 
LSE0467Visiting season for polit[ic]al mothers-in-law.....No.2David Low (1891-1963)02 Oct 1928LSE0467.jpg 
LSE0596The Judgement of JoanDavid Low (1891-1963)30 May 1929LSE0596.jpg 
LSE1802Cabinet meeting of the National United.David Low (1891-1963)25 Jan 1932LSE1802.jpg 
LSE1806Today's exhibition of historical relics.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1932LSE1806.jpg 
LSE1899Opening of ParliamentDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1933LSE1899.jpg 
LSE1946On to Epsom downs.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1933LSE1946.jpg 
LSE1966The Latest from EverywhereDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1933LSE1966.jpg 
GS0171APublished caption: Politically Epsteined. Epstein's Sensational Exhibition Opens To-day.Sidney 'George' Strube09 Feb 1931GS0171A.jpg 
LSE2087We manage revolutions differently here.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jul 1934LSE2087.jpg 
LSE2247History Retold - The Message of GlencoeDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1935LSE2247.jpg 
LSE5265Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Jun 1934LSE5265.jpg 
LSE5264Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1934LSE5264.jpg 
LSE5299Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Mar 1935LSE5299.jpg 
LSE7640They're Off!David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1935LSE7640.jpg 
LSE5339Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jan 1936LSE5339.jpg 
LSE5375Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1936LSE5375.jpg 
TW1413Published caption: George Meets WalkerTom Webster (1886-1962)25 May 1927TW1413.jpg 
LSE1559Hamlet without the Prince of Denmark.David Low (1891-1963)20 Sep 1930LSE1559.jpg 
LSE2072Al Fresco PerformanceDavid Low (1891-1963)25 May 1934LSE2072.jpg 
DL0032Low's Christmas shoppingDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1927DL0032.jpg 
DL0604The everlasting gamble at which nobody ever wins.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1931DL0604.jpg 
GS0775The toast is "The founder of the feast".Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0775.jpg 
GS0196The patients dilemma. Hi! I call you in to examine me not yourselvesSidney 'George' Strube08 Oct 1931GS0196.jpg 
GS0137Published caption: Why women weep at weddings - or a marriage of inconvenience.Sidney 'George' Strube22 Jun 1929GS0137.jpg 
22678"It's his fault!"Michael Cummings12 Jun 197222678.jpg 
DL0296The Fifth at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1929DL0296.jpg 
DL0302His part in the Christmas shoppingDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1929DL0302.jpg 
DL0319The outlook for 1930 (official)David Low (1891-1963)04 Jan 1930DL0319.jpg 
DL0537[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 May 1931DL0537.jpg 
DL0565"Hey, Ramsay! You're wanted on the `phone."David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1931DL0565.jpg 
DL0689Old Low's almanack.- / Prophecies for 1933.David Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1932DL0689.jpg 
DL0650Dear Mr. Editor.-There is no cartoon today. I am too busy giving the models their annual spring-clean.David Low (1891-1963)28 Mar 1932DL0650.jpg 
DL0735On to Epsom downs.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1933DL0735.jpg 
DL0835"I have never seen such a government" - Mr. J.H. Thomas.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1934DL0835.jpg 
DL1044Low's Annual Party for his Models."David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1935DL1044.jpg 
GS0248Published caption: This year's Indian problem pictureSidney 'George' Strube30 Mar 1933GS0248.jpg 
GS0278The Reunion. Will they know themselves. They've been away so long. Parliament meets tomorrow after an interval over three months (Will they still remember themselves)Sidney 'George' Strube06 Nov 1933GS0278.jpg 
LSE0296Opening of Westminster's other Valhalla.David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1927LSE0296.jpg 
LSE1856There's nothing very new at the Inventions Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1932LSE1856.jpg 
09755"Mr. Heath, there's a gentleman here who's mad keen to stand as a Conservative candidate for one of our safest seats."Michael Cummings07 Oct 196609755.jpg 
GS0181Painting the cart - while the horse is starvingSidney 'George' Strube05 May 1931GS0181.jpg 
DL0889[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)09 Nov 1934DL0889.jpg 
LSE0499Chapmanitis.David Low (1891-1963)01 Dec 1928LSE0499.jpg 
LSE0602The new jobs.David Low (1891-1963)10 Jun 1929LSE0602.jpg 
DL0017A Dog's-eye view of Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1927DL0017.jpg 
DL0603The everlasting gamble at which nobody ever wins.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1931DL0603.jpg 
DL0747The Latest from EverywhereDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1933DL0747.jpg 
GS0353The thaw.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Feb 1935GS0353.jpg 
GS0306Published caption: Our Shakespearian Season - No. 5. A day off at WembleySidney 'George' Strube28 Apr 1934GS0306.jpg 
DL0306Geometrical politicsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1929DL0306.jpg 
LSE1788Low's Christmas conjuring show.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1931LSE1788.jpg 
DL0718Europe at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Mar 1933DL0718.jpg 
DL0450A Cabinet council.David Low (1891-1963)04 Nov 1930DL0450.jpg 
GS0236The "Good will to all men" Season.Sidney 'George' Strube07 Dec 1932GS0236.jpg 
DL0633Amazing revelationDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Feb 1932DL0633.jpg 
DL0843Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1934DL0843.jpg 
DL0134The sad lot of a caricaturist.David Low (1891-1963)24 Sep 1928DL0134.jpg 
DL0212A time of conferencesDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Apr 1929DL0212.jpg 
DL0457[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1930DL0457.jpg 
LSE5331Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1935LSE5331.jpg 
DL0619Low's Christmas conjuring show.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1931DL0619.jpg 
LSE1853A cartoonist returns to civilization.David Low (1891-1963)04 Oct 1932LSE1853.jpg 
LSE1969Why shouldn't Harley Street advertise?David Low (1891-1963)25 Jul 1933LSE1969.jpg 
DL1047Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jan 1936DL1047.jpg 
DL1025Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1935DL1025.jpg 
DL1022Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1935DL1022.jpg 
LSE1997The Hitler FireDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1933LSE1997.jpg 
DL0836Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1934DL0836.jpg 
DL0832Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Jun 1934DL0832.jpg 
LSE0485Opening of the last sessionDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1928LSE0485.jpg 
LSE0626A conference of Russian libels and British slanders / Inspired by the vitriolic cartoons
against the Macdonald Government appearing daily in the Moscow papers /
David Low (1891-1963)19 Aug 1929LSE0626.jpg 
LSE1590It's only a dummy.David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1930LSE1590.jpg 
LSE1592[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1930LSE1592.jpg 
LSE1731Political floodlight.David Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1931LSE1731.jpg 
LSE1744Surgical operation.David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1931LSE1744.jpg 
LSE1751[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Oct 1931LSE1751.jpg 
LSE1704[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1931LSE1704.jpg 
LSE1881A depressed vocation.David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1932LSE1881.jpg 
LSE0462The sad lot of a caricaturist.David Low (1891-1963)24 Sep 1928LSE0462.jpg 
LSE0580Notes from the political frontDavid Low (1891-1963)02 May 1929LSE0580.jpg 
LSE0700Gifts and kind thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1929LSE0700.jpg 
LSE5263Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Jun 1934LSE5263.jpg 
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