CodeGB/BCA/4
Dates1867-1947
Person NameBaldwin; Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947); Earl
SurnameBaldwin
ForenamesStanley Baldwin
Other forms of nameBewdley, Earl Baldwin of
TitleEarl
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
DL1210"Rosemary - that's for remembrance"David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1937DL1210.jpg 
NG4600[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Mar 1966 - 31 Dec 1993NG4600.jpg 
LSE7236The Educated Pig.David Low (1891-1963)17 Feb 1925LSE7236.jpg 
DL0180"You can't get these classic fans to look at modern stuff."David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1929DL0180.jpg 
DL0135"O Lor! Here's the wife's mother for the week-end!"David Low (1891-1963)27 Sep 1928DL0135.jpg 
DL0335Today's weather - unsettled, strong windsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1930DL0335.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 
DL1089"This desirable building site."David Low (1891-1963)22 Apr 1936DL1089.jpg 
DL1149Romance comes to Downing Street.David Low (1891-1963)08 Dec 1936DL1149.jpg 
DL0545Fright-wait championship.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1931DL0545.jpg 
LSE0484The doctorDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1928LSE0484.jpg 
DL0713Tiger hunt in the wilds of WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Mar 1933DL0713.jpg 
LSE0505The Devil's ToyshopDavid Low (1891-1963)11 Dec 1928LSE0505.jpg 
DL0999"Discussions are Proceeding"David Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1935DL0999.jpg 
DL0880Motor ShowDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1934DL0880.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 
DL1107Restoration of confidence.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jun 1936DL1107.jpg 
DL1058"Protection"David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1936DL1058.jpg 
DL1023Grand Review of our "Obsolete" Navy - for this occasion onlyDavid Low (1891-1963)30 Oct 1935DL1023.jpg 
DL1203Interval for rejoicing.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1937DL1203.jpg 
DL1116Sleepless Nights.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jul 1936DL1116.jpg 
DL1208Change-over.David Low (1891-1963)24 May 1937DL1208.jpg 
DL1135If Britain went off democracy.David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1936DL1135.jpg 
LSE0366Charlie Chamberlain in "The Circus".David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1928LSE0366.jpg 
LSE7228The Political Contortionists.David Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1925LSE7228.jpg 
LSE7341The Worth-The-Money Waits.David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1925LSE7341.jpg 
LSE7540Undermining.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jul 1927LSE7540.jpg 
LSE2141The outlook for 1935.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jan 1935LSE2141.jpg 
LSE4281"The Westminster Singers."David Low (1891-1963)24 Dec 1926LSE4281.jpg 
LSE7333The Mutinous Skipper.David Low (1891-1963)10 Nov 1925LSE7333.jpg 
LSE7324Short-Weight.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1925LSE7324.jpg 
LSE7283"The Boy Stood on the Burning Deck."David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1925LSE7283.jpg 
LSE1954"Yah, untouchable!"David Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1933LSE1954.jpg 
LSE0302"I am an optimist" - Mr. Baldwin.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1927LSE0302.jpg 
LSE2314On Epsom Downs.David Low (1891-1963)27 May 1936LSE2314.jpg 
LSE2045Salome demands the head of John.David Low (1891-1963)05 Mar 1934LSE2045.jpg 
LSE2204"Service!"David Low (1891-1963)26 Jun 1935LSE2204.jpg 
LSE2403"Don't forget I'm a relation, too."David Low (1891-1963)14 May 1937LSE2403.jpg 
LSE2287The Inskip takes the salute.David Low (1891-1963)18 Mar 1936LSE2287.jpg 
LSE7400" - And Still It Won't Light."David Low (1891-1963)May 1926LSE7400.jpg 
LSE7404"Why Not Give The back End A Smack, Stanley?"David Low (1891-1963)01 Jun 1926LSE7404.jpg 
LSE7396The Committee of Public Safety. "One may almost say that we are a committee of Public Safety" - Sir William Joynson-Hicks, at the Royal Academy Banquet.David Low (1891-1963)03 May 1926LSE7396.jpg 
LSE7221"That Sleeping Beauty, The Tory Party" - L.G.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1925LSE7221.jpg 
LSE7019"Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble."David Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1923LSE7019.jpg 
LSE7514"Madam, You Have Deceived Me!"David Low (1891-1963)14 Apr 1927LSE7514.jpg 
LSE7388A Live Wire.David Low (1891-1963)30 Mar 1926LSE7388.jpg 
LSE7007On, Stanley, on!David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1923LSE7007.jpg 
LSE7199Stanley's New Pea-Shooter.David Low (1891-1963)02 Dec 1924LSE7199.jpg 
LSE7521Letting Loose The Mischief.David Low (1891-1963)03 May 1927LSE7521.jpg 
LSE7196Breaking in an Elephant.David Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1924LSE7196.jpg 
LSE7539Joanna's Box Is Opened! Contents:- A few triffling knick-knacks and a rusty old horse-pistolDavid Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1927LSE7539.jpg 
LSE7343Going In Bit By Bit.David Low (1891-1963)03 Dec 1925LSE7343.jpg 
LSE7024"Star" Election Posters - IV.David Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1923LSE7024.jpg 
LSE7529Filling The Chasm in Downing Street.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1927LSE7529.jpg 
LSE7484Our Ringside Seat.David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1927LSE7484.jpg 
NS0023Mister BaldwinDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Nov 1933NS0023.jpg 
LSE7013Little Stanley won't be so easily pushed in the mud this time.David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1923LSE7013.jpg 
LSE7492"Step it, Darlingest! You Promised!"David Low (1891-1963)07 Mar 1927LSE7492.jpg 
LSE7389Her Easter Egg Surprise.David Low (1891-1963)01 Apr 1926LSE7389.jpg 
LSE7216The Crazy Pavement.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jan 1925LSE7216.jpg 
LSE7408At The Political Horse Show. Or, the steed that could not rise to the occasion.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jun 1926LSE7408.jpg 
GS0243"We have arrested depression" - Mr Macdonald.Sidney 'George' Strube15 Feb 1933GS0243.jpg 
LSE7422Skipper Stanley: "Sorry I can't help you, old chap, but no doubt your body will float ashore."David Low (1891-1963)10 Aug 1926LSE7422.jpg 
LSE7444Going Back.David Low (1891-1963)12 Oct 1926LSE7444.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 
LSE7509The Lullaby.David Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1927LSE7509.jpg 
LSE7490Ours is an Ideal 'Ome, ours is.David Low (1891-1963)02 Mar 1927LSE7490.jpg 
LSE7335Shifting the Burden.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1925LSE7335.jpg 
LSE7391The New Spirit In Advertising.David Low (1891-1963)06 Apr 1926LSE7391.jpg 
GS0289Published caption: Invisible mending.Sidney 'George' Strube24 Feb 1934GS0289.jpg 
LSE7252Spring Cleaned. ["So far it has been all duster and no scrubbing-brush." - The Observer.)David Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1925LSE7252.jpg 
LSE7205Sir Stanley engages ye dragon in mortal combat.David Low (1891-1963)15 Dec 1924LSE7205.jpg 
LSE0390Should journalists be Cabinet Ministers?David Low (1891-1963)23 Apr 1928LSE0390.jpg 
BP0008The Maid-of-all-work Mrs. Britannia: "Why all this fuss about the servant problem? There's my Baldwin - can turn her hand to anything; keeps the house in order; checks the accounts; doesn't want any evenings off; very tactful with my visitors - especially foreigners; in fact a perfect treasure."Bernard Partridge20 Jun 1923BP0008.jpg 
LSE7284The Industrial Monkeyville.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jul 1925LSE7284.jpg 
LSE7508Bedrock. Taxpayer: " "But are you sure we're heading for the surface, Winston?"David Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1927LSE7508.jpg 
LSE7351Tricking Out The New Year.David Low (1891-1963)29 Dec 1925LSE7351.jpg 
LSE1808Spectre at the feast.David Low (1891-1963)08 Feb 1932LSE1808.jpg 
LSE7245A Tory Seance.David Low (1891-1963)18 Mar 1925LSE7245.jpg 
09040"Wigg! This is a State of Emergency! I can't find a physician who can diagnose my principles to record them for posterity."Michael Cummings25 May 196609040.jpg 
LSE0473The Cabinet whistle blows in Downing Street. When other Members of the Government follow Winston's example and join their unions.David Low (1891-1963)13 Oct 1928LSE0473.jpg 
LSE2007Eve-of-the-session party at the Borgias'.David Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1933LSE2007.jpg 
DL0149The doctorDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1928DL0149.jpg 
LSE0289"I agree with the view often expressed that further efforts at economy must now be made. Not for one moment must the effort be relaxed to reduce expenditure ... to suppress ... functions of the State which can be dispensed with, and in every way to save the taxpayer money." - Mr. ChurchillDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1927LSE0289.jpg 
LSE0590Whitsun political picnic.David Low (1891-1963)20 May 1929LSE0590.jpg 
LSE7319Cartoon Cut-Outs for Political Kids. by Uncle Low. Cut out the pretty suits, lay each separately over our hero's form, and you will then have him in three favourite parts.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1925LSE7319.jpg 
LSE2008Up in the stratosphere.David Low (1891-1963)24 Nov 1933LSE2008.jpg 
LSE7533Low Day By Day.David Low (1891-1963)Jun 1927LSE7533.jpg 
LSE4255In the soupDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1925LSE4255.jpg 
LSE7002[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1923LSE7002.jpg 
LSE7015Stanley's 5th of November. A New Way of Committing Political Suicide.David Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1922LSE7015.jpg 
LSE7413Their Backs To The Wall-That-Should-Have-Been.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jul 1926LSE7413.jpg 
LSE6998Mr. Baldwin: "So good of you to ask me to lunch." M.Poincare: "Oh, pas du tout! Jump right in."David Low (1891-1963)20 Sep 1923LSE6998.jpg 
LSE7486First Prize, Heavyweight Class.David Low (1891-1963)24 Feb 1927LSE7486.jpg 
LSE7415"Haven't Yer Got Any Other Sort, Stanley?"David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1926LSE7415.jpg 
LSE7381Nippy Brings Up The Coal.David Low (1891-1963)13 Mar 1926LSE7381.jpg 
LSE7237The Audience Demands Its Money's Worth.David Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1925LSE7237.jpg 
BP0004[no caption]Bernard Partridge09 May 1923BP0004.jpg 
LSE7467Listening In.David Low (1891-1963)04 Jan 1927LSE7467.jpg 
LSE7523Today's Recital At The Albert Hall.David Low (1891-1963)06 May 1927LSE7523.jpg 
LSE7463This Year's Stuffed Pets.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1926LSE7463.jpg 
LSE7274More Depressions Coming.David Low (1891-1963)02 Jun 1925LSE7274.jpg 
DL0301The outsize opponentDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1929DL0301.jpg 
LSE2089The struggle for "The Ashes"David Low (1891-1963)11 Jul 1934LSE2089.jpg 
DL0856"My Lady, the carriage waits."David Low (1891-1963)24 Jul 1934DL0856.jpg 
LSE1580[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1930LSE1580.jpg 
DL0363Nailing the skipper to the mast.David Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1930DL0363.jpg 
DL1187The egg season.David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1937DL1187.jpg 
DL0778Barricade.David Low (1891-1963)30 Nov 1933DL0778.jpg 
DL0663Moses Lansbury lays down the law from Mount Sinai.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1932DL0663.jpg 
DL1062"We must prepare for the future."David Low (1891-1963)12 Feb 1936DL1062.jpg 
DL0972"But it's only a very little one."David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1935DL0972.jpg 
DL1155Oh, you've come back to work, have you?David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1936DL1155.jpg 
DL1084Foreign visitors for the Easter holidays.David Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1936DL1084.jpg 
LSE2112Choice of pets.David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1934LSE2112.jpg 
LSE2178Annual ceremony of "Telling the Tail".David Low (1891-1963)15 Apr 1935LSE2178.jpg 
LSE1645Father and son.David Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1931LSE1645.jpg 
LSE7014The Craze for Exhumation. King Tut, Princess Pocahontas, General Ogiethorpe - and now this!David Low (1891-1963)12 Oct 1923LSE7014.jpg 
LSE7409The Fumbledon Championship.David Low (1891-1963)22 Jun 1926LSE7409.jpg 
LSE7331"Go off, can't yer! Go off!"David Low (1891-1963)05 Nov 1925LSE7331.jpg 
LSE7438Welcome Home, Stanley.David Low (1891-1963)16 Sep 1926LSE7438.jpg 
LSE7504"In The Spring The Young Man's Fancy - "David Low (1891-1963)28 Mar 1927LSE7504.jpg 
LSE7204His Burden.David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1924LSE7204.jpg 
LSE0527[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)19 Jan 1929LSE0527.jpg 
LSE1873Eve-of-the-session reception.David Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1932LSE1873.jpg 
LSE1848Empire Free Trade. - First consignment.David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1932LSE1848.jpg 
LSE7522"Pretty Boy! Come Down For Stanley."David Low (1891-1963)04 May 1927LSE7522.jpg 
LSE7517Here They Come For The Flop Final.David Low (1891-1963)22 Apr 1927LSE7517.jpg 
LSE7330Boys Will Be Boys.David Low (1891-1963)03 Nov 1925LSE7330.jpg 
LSE2248"National" first night.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1935LSE2248.jpg 
LSE7571With a collection of deep sea curiosities.David Low (1891-1963)27 Sep 1927LSE7571.jpg 
LSE2104The Thinker.David Low (1891-1963)19 Sep 1934LSE2104.jpg 
LSE2331Off for the holidays.David Low (1891-1963)31 Jul 1936LSE2331.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 
LSE7208Poor Goose!David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1924LSE7208.jpg 
LSE7357The Slippery Road.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jan 1926LSE7357.jpg 
LSE7244The same gesture - but a thicker olive branch.David Low (1891-1963)14 Mar 1925LSE7244.jpg 
LSE7290[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)30 Jul 1925LSE7290.jpg 
LSE7527The Bookie: "Hey, Misters! Why tear your tickets up before the race is run?"David Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1927LSE7527.jpg 
LSE7010"Come, Dearie, and let's sew another patch on it!"David Low (1891-1963)19 Oct 1923LSE7010.jpg 
LSE7442"Lor, Mum, they just come to pieces in me 'and."David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1926LSE7442.jpg 
LSE7520The Intimidating Picket. [The expression "to intimidate" means to cause in the mind of a person a resonable apprehension of exposure to hatred, ridicule, or contempt." - TradeUnion Bill, Clause 2.]David Low (1891-1963)28 Apr 1927LSE7520.jpg 
LSE7304Opening of the Financial Football Season.David Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1925LSE7304.jpg 
LSE7553Baldwin Abroad - No 7.David Low (1891-1963)13 Aug 1927LSE7553.jpg 
LSE7016Talking of Tinned Fish -David Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1922LSE7016.jpg 
LSE7412The Lost Punt-Pole.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jul 1926LSE7412.jpg 
LSE7499What Price Stanley? [With apologies to the well-known warfilm, "What price Glory."]David Low (1891-1963)21 Mar 1927LSE7499.jpg 
BP0003The Collaborators (First night of the Budget) Mr. Asquith: 'My ideas' Mr. Baldwin: 'My money' Mr. Snowden: 'My bouquets'Bernard Partridge07 May 1924BP0003.jpg 
LSE7537"My Lords and gentlemen, the collapse of the platform has no significance. It was only a basis for discussion."David Low (1891-1963)07 Jul 1927LSE7537.jpg 
LSE7022The Baldwin Plum Pudding.David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1923LSE7022.jpg 
LSE7439Another Poisoned Goldfish MysteryDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Sep 1926LSE7439.jpg 
LSE7418Stanley Tries To Say "Negotiation." Sir Adam Nimmo cannot get his tongue round the word "reorganisation". the word "hours" chokes Mr. Herbert Smith. - Mr. Baldwin at Norwich.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1926LSE7418.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 
LSE7428John Bull (peeping through the knot-hole): There doesn't seem to be much in this one,either.David Low (1891-1963)21 Aug 1926LSE7428.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 
LSE2308Look out, Brutus! Caesar is going to unseal his lips!David Low (1891-1963)13 May 1936LSE2308.jpg 
LSE6984Henpecked.David Low (1891-1963)21 Aug 1923LSE6984.jpg 
LSE7334The Welcome Back to Westminster.David Low (1891-1963)Nov 1925LSE7334.jpg 
LSE7318Caesar Baldwin and the Numerous Brutus.David Low (1891-1963)06 Oct 1925LSE7318.jpg 
GS0856Get togetherSidney 'George' Strube21 Nov 1935GS0856.jpg 
LSE7524The Mischief Steals Stanley's Dress Shirt.David Low (1891-1963)07 May 1927LSE7524.jpg 
LSE2202Class distinction at Ascot.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1935LSE2202.jpg 
LSE7308"Through the Eye of a Needle."David Low (1891-1963)15 Sep 1925LSE7308.jpg 
LSE2160Nothing doing.David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1935LSE2160.jpg 
LSE7558Ship's Cat: "Hullo, Sittin' Eagle! Been Away?"David Low (1891-1963)25 Aug 1927LSE7558.jpg 
WDN0748The KidnappersDyson; Will (1880-1938)[1932]WDN0748.jpg 
LSE6989The Henpeck Family Take The Air.David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1923LSE6989.jpg 
LSE7566Dreams And Delusions.David Low (1891-1963)15 Sep 1927LSE7566.jpg 
DL0028Another appeal for the support of musicDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Dec 1927DL0028.jpg 
DL0444Paddington idyll.David Low (1891-1963)23 Oct 1930DL0444.jpg 
DL0395Nailing the flag to the mastDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1930DL0395.jpg 
DL0971The Blimp family choose a new Foreign Secretary.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1935DL0971.jpg 
DL0830Let's cast a clout, now May be out.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1934DL0830.jpg 
LSE7197[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Nov 1924LSE7197.jpg 
BP0009The Worcestershire Lad Farmer Bull "Well done, Stanley; a long day and a rare straight furrow."Bernard Partridge26 May 1937BP0009.jpg 
LSE7229Low with apologies to J. Lyons & Co. Ltd. and their charming staff.David Low (1891-1963)10 Feb 1925LSE7229.jpg 
LSE7187Low's Corner - IV.David Low (1891-1963)Nov 1924LSE7187.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 
LSE7483[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1927LSE7483.jpg 
GS0791[no caption]Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0791.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 
LSE7417Thumbs Down.David Low (1891-1963)27 Jul 1926LSE7417.jpg 
LSE7543"A Passage to Canada - Quick!"David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1927LSE7543.jpg 
LSE6982Hats off to France's Blooming Cheek!David Low (1891-1963)14 Aug 1923LSE6982.jpg 
LSE7226Stanley's Exacting Role.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1925LSE7226.jpg 
LSE1988"Gad, what a beautiful day, let's go and kill something."David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1933LSE1988.jpg 
LSE1576Asserting his authority.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1930LSE1576.jpg 
LSE2212"World's biggest balloon blows up"David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1935LSE2212.jpg 
LSE1845Just an old Irish custom.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jul 1932LSE1845.jpg 
LSE7451The Sport of Kings.David Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1926LSE7451.jpg 
LSE7194Bloodhound Baldwin On The Scent.David Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1924LSE7194.jpg 
LSE0398Royal Academy Banquet.David Low (1891-1963)07 May 1928LSE0398.jpg 
LSE0540The frozen reservoir.David Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1929LSE0540.jpg 
BP0006- And now? Mr. Punch: Pardon me intruding on your triumph, but what we'd all like to know is - what you're going to do next."Bernard Partridge01 Jul 1936BP0006.jpg 
LSE7020"Wait a bit lad. I seem to remember being asked to buy that gold brick once before."David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1923LSE7020.jpg 
LSE7481Telepathy by Wireless.David Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1927LSE7481.jpg 
LSE1649Arrival of St. George.David Low (1891-1963)07 Mar 1931LSE1649.jpg 
LSE7519Labor: "Why pick on me all the time? Hasn't my opponent any faults?" Referee: "Er, yes, but he's a friend of mine."David Low (1891-1963)27 Apr 1927LSE7519.jpg 
LSE7293Nippy Slips Down the Coal-Cellar.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1925LSE7293.jpg 
LSE7560Another Owner Passenger Takes Himself Off.David Low (1891-1963)30 Aug 1927LSE7560.jpg 
DL0237"Come out, now and get on with the job."David Low (1891-1963)01 Jun 1929DL0237.jpg 
WD0215AJust a little sugar for the bird.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0215A.jpg 
LSE6960A Cartoonist's Tribute.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1923LSE6960.jpg 
LSE7023"Star" Election Posters. - II.David Low (1891-1963)15 Nov 1923LSE7023.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 
LSE7449The Political Beam System. An essential of the new system is the use of short waves by introducing a reflector which concentrates wireless waves in much the same way as a magnifying glass concentrates a ray of light" - "Observer."David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1926LSE7449.jpg 
LSE7186Low's Corner - III.David Low (1891-1963)Nov 1924LSE7186.jpg 
LSE7480Who Is The Leading Lady?David Low (1891-1963)15 Feb 1927LSE7480.jpg 
DL0005In divorce. - Before Mr. Injustice Sluggard.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1927DL0005.jpg 
DL0398The Inside story.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1930DL0398.jpg 
DL0389Today at the zooDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1930DL0389.jpg 
LSE2094"My Lady, the carriage waits."David Low (1891-1963)24 Jul 1934LSE2094.jpg 
LSE7430Peaceful Picketing.David Low (1891-1963)26 Aug 1926LSE7430.jpg 
LSE7460Draughty.David Low (1891-1963)09 Dec 1926LSE7460.jpg 
WD0147The MacRobinson Crusoes begin to suspect the island is inhabited.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0147.jpg 
DL1041Collective ActionDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Dec 1935DL1041.jpg 
LSE7411Queering the Pitch.David Low (1891-1963)29 Jun 1926LSE7411.jpg 
LSE7311Stanley The Tank Tinker. [Out] of these manoeuvres, it is expected, a new style of warfare may emerge. This is a war of rapid movement, fast tanks, and swift transport." - News Comment on the Manoeuvres.David Low (1891-1963)24 Sep 1925LSE7311.jpg 
DL0440How our great institutions are conducted.- \ The Conservative Central Office.David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1930DL0440.jpg 
LSE7410Another Peace Pilgrimage. The Dove: "Are you sure we are in the right procession, Stanley?"David Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1926LSE7410.jpg 
LSE7291Stanley: "Yes, I've discovered all sorts of things - but, of course, that doesn't mean that there will be a cure for years and years."David Low (1891-1963)28 Jul 1925LSE7291.jpg 
LSE7414The Political Bisley. Deadshot Stanley:- "Here! Don't overload that obsolete weapon of yours."David Low (1891-1963)08 Jul 1926LSE7414.jpg 
LSE7536The Mixed Double-Fault Champions.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jul 1927LSE7536.jpg 
LSE7181"Thanks For Your Help, Comrade!"David Low (1891-1963)27 Oct 1924LSE7181.jpg 
LSE7549Baldwin Abroad - No. 4.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1927LSE7549.jpg 
DL0050Factory whistle.David Low (1891-1963)06 Feb 1928DL0050.jpg 
08860"Ah... if it was only '13 years of Tory misrule' to clear up, instead of 17 months of our misrule..."Michael Cummings03 Apr 196608860.jpg 
LSE7178Much Ado About Next To Nothing.David Low (1891-1963)14 Oct 1924LSE7178.jpg 
DL0173"Burlesque"David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1928DL0173.jpg 
LSE1504An extra one.David Low (1891-1963)22 May 1930LSE1504.jpg 
DL0423The British Disassociation.David Low (1891-1963)06 Sep 1930DL0423.jpg 
LSE7515A Lawyer's Beanfeast.David Low (1891-1963)19 Apr 1927LSE7515.jpg 
LSE7450Is there any life on Mars? Certainly.David Low (1891-1963)28 Oct 1926LSE7450.jpg 
GS0149Published caption: The political kerb step.Sidney 'George' Strube03 Feb 1930GS0149.jpg 
LSE0414Liquid politics.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1928LSE0414.jpg 
LSE7270Eyesores In The Political Piccadilly.David Low (1891-1963)16 May 1925LSE7270.jpg 
DL0198"Don't forget the tear in your voice, Al."David Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1929DL0198.jpg 
LSE7516The Deuce. [The Italian Fascist newspapers give much praise to Mr. Baldwib's Trade Union Bill. One publishes a cartoon showing John Bull trying on a Fascist cap. - News item.]David Low (1891-1963)21 Apr 1927LSE7516.jpg 
LSE0682At the political altar.David Low (1891-1963)25 Nov 1929LSE0682.jpg 
DL0117The big fightDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jul 1928DL0117.jpg 
LSE7550Baldwin Abroad - No. 5.David Low (1891-1963)06 Aug 1927LSE7550.jpg 
LSE2183Another art sensation.David Low (1891-1963)29 Apr 1935LSE2183.jpg 
LSE7230Low at the Dog Shows.David Low (1891-1963)12 Feb 1925LSE7230.jpg 
LSE7552Baldwin Abroad - No. 6.David Low (1891-1963)11 Aug 1927LSE7552.jpg 
LSE7282Stanley (to the whole hog): Whisht! Come in backwards, and everybody will think you're still going out.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1925LSE7282.jpg 
DL0087Vital moribundity.David Low (1891-1963)15 May 1928DL0087.jpg 
BP0007The New Spirit of Industry. Baldwin (Mrs. Britannia's Butler): "Well, my man, so you want more work, eh? Now what can you do?" Coronetted Applicant: "I'd be grateful for any little jobs about the Upper 'ouse, Sir, bill-trimmin' or such like, - so long as I get it regular." [Footnote]
Written in brackets under caption - [In the House of Lords last week a discussion took place on the faulty arrangement of public business; and many peers complained that in the early part of the session the House had nothing to do, and was called upon in its last few days to deal with a mass of bills, without proper time for their consideration]
Bernard Partridge09 Mar 1927BP0007.jpg 
WD0482The Plumbers Return
"Lookin' at it with a fresh eye, Nev, perhaps there is a sorter kinder somethin' wrong in a way somewhere!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0482.jpg 
LSE7419Political Piccadilly. Constable Baldwin: "How can you expect me to go painting lines and arrows on the road with the traffic so bad?"David Low (1891-1963)29 Jul 1926LSE7419.jpg 
LSE7176"Don't you know me, Dear? Your little soul-mate?"David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1924LSE7176.jpg 
DL3142In different worldsDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Apr 1934DL3142.jpg 
LSE2372Urgent preparations for the world flood.David Low (1891-1963)29 Jan 1937LSE2372.jpg 
WH0835Under Which Flag? - To-day's ChoiceW.K. Haselden29 Oct 1924WH0835.jpg 
LSE7365What is Wrong with British Films? Prodigy: "Hey, Mr. Producer, is this all I get to wear in the big scene?"David Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1926LSE7365.jpg 
LSE7296"Situations Vacant."David Low (1891-1963)11 Aug 1925LSE7296.jpg 
LSE7177Winston's Beautiful Dream.David Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1924LSE7177.jpg 
LSE7003[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)04 Oct 1923LSE7003.jpg 
LSE7004The Latest Political Lucky Charm.David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1923LSE7004.jpg 
LSE7475The Embarrassing Mascot. ["I am perfectly convinced that all the talk of Bolshevism in this country is utter rubbish" - Lord Lonsdale.David Low (1891-1963)08 Feb 1927LSE7475.jpg 
LSE1544Benk Oliday Preparations. [sic]David Low (1891-1963)31 Jul 1930LSE1544.jpg 
LSE7300"Eugh!" The Prime Minister is abroad taking the waters and considering the political situation.David Low (1891-1963)20 Aug 1925LSE7300.jpg 
LSE7134Advertisement Week: Posters by Low.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jul 1924LSE7134.jpg 
LSE7287The Waiting Whale.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jul 1925LSE7287.jpg 
LSE7294Follow My Leader.David Low (1891-1963)06 Aug 1925LSE7294.jpg 
LSE7313A Slow-Motion Close-Up of Mr. Baldwin thinking.David Low (1891-1963)26 Sep 1925LSE7313.jpg 
LSE7359Ajax Conciliating the Lightning.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jan 1926LSE7359.jpg 
LSE2354Secretly, in the dead of night.David Low (1891-1963)11 Dec 1936LSE2354.jpg 
LSE1931Bear tamers.David Low (1891-1963)20 Apr 1933LSE1931.jpg 
LSE7545Baldwin Abroad - No. 2.David Low (1891-1963)26 Jul 1927LSE7545.jpg 
LSE7021"It was indeed the resurrection of the body of the old controversy, but where was the soul that inspired it?" - Mr. Austen Chamberlain, November 8.David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1923LSE7021.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 
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 
LSE0334Another weak defence against disaster.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jan 1928LSE0334.jpg 
LSE0275Opening Day.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1927LSE0275.jpg 
LSE0355Jix's night out - further revelations.David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1928LSE0355.jpg 
DL0187Third party risksDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1929DL0187.jpg 
DL1142Cooked tourDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Nov 1936DL1142.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 
DL0406Caesar hesitates at the RubiconDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Jul 1930DL0406.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 
DL0484Their opportunity?David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1931DL0484.jpg 
DL0455It's only a dummy.David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1930DL0455.jpg 
DL0516Holiday.David Low (1891-1963)04 Apr 1931DL0516.jpg 
DL0344The whispering championships.David Low (1891-1963)27 Feb 1930DL0344.jpg 
DL0550Thrills of the great Indian race.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1931DL0550.jpg 
DL0528Meditations of an Ex-chancellor.David Low (1891-1963)06 May 1931DL0528.jpg 
DL0507The Baldwin mystery.David Low (1891-1963)14 Mar 1931DL0507.jpg 
DL0235"Take your seats, please!"David Low (1891-1963)29 May 1929DL0235.jpg 
LSE0351Tales of the dominionsDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1928LSE0351.jpg 
DL0046Low has a new model.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1928DL0046.jpg 
LSE7142The Society of Bright Young Politicians.David Low (1891-1963)31 Jul 1924LSE7142.jpg 
LSE1523The Inside story.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1930LSE1523.jpg 
DL0233"Dear, dear! Surely Mr. Zinoviev hasn't missed the post!"David Low (1891-1963)27 May 1929DL0233.jpg 
DL0326Edible cartoonsDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jan 1930DL0326.jpg 
DL0315Gifts and kind thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1929DL0315.jpg 
LSE0548"Don't forget the tear in your voice, Al."David Low (1891-1963)28 Feb 1929LSE0548.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 
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 
LSE2012Barricade.David Low (1891-1963)30 Nov 1933LSE2012.jpg 
LSE2300Enter Prefix Here"This desirable building site."David Low (1891-1963)22 Apr 1936LSE2300.jpg 
LSE2040"Jump in, my ffffriends! Why walk when you can ride?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1934LSE2040.jpg 
LSE1869"Pittie Birdie."David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1932LSE1869.jpg 
LSE0380Rubber hot cross buns.David Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1928LSE0380.jpg 
LSE0525"You can't get these classic fans to look at modern stuff."David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1929LSE0525.jpg 
LSE2386"Hmm....One might do worse than try a bit o' that oneself..."David Low (1891-1963)10 Mar 1937LSE2386.jpg 
LSE1522Miss Baldwin: "What me play gooseberry? Not likely!"David Low (1891-1963)23 Jun 1930LSE1522.jpg 
DL0054ATales of the dominionsDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1928DL0054A.jpg 
LSE2390The egg season.David Low (1891-1963)24 Mar 1937LSE2390.jpg 
LSE2218"Discussions are Proceeding"David Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1935LSE2218.jpg 
LSE2027Pronunciation class at the Political B.B.C.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jan 1934LSE2027.jpg 
LSE2115Motor ShowDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1934LSE2115.jpg 
LSE2196"But it's only a very little one."David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1935LSE2196.jpg 
LSE2275"We must prepare for the future."David Low (1891-1963)12 Feb 1936LSE2275.jpg 
LSE2271"Protection"David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1936LSE2271.jpg 
LSE2296Foreign visitors for the Easter holidays.David Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1936LSE2296.jpg 
LSE2352Romance comes to Downing Street.David Low (1891-1963)08 Dec 1936LSE2352.jpg 
LSE0604Beating their jossesDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Jun 1929LSE0604.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 
DL0216Raising their StandardsDavid Low (1891-1963)20 Apr 1929DL0216.jpg 
WD0216P.C. Churchill: "Hi, Speed-hound - you are exceeding the limit - you are going too fast and too far!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0216.jpg 
WD0226"What are they doing, Strawberry?"
"Looking for something to improve the physique of hungry people!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0226.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 
LSE6967The International Wimbledon. Disgusted Partner: "Look here, ma'mselle, what are you playing? Singles, doubles or just the fool!"David Low (1891-1963)03 Jul 1923LSE6967.jpg 
LSE0678The outsize opponentDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1929LSE0678.jpg 
LSE6972"Will you jump or must we push"?David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1923LSE6972.jpg 
LSE0283In divorce. - Before Mr. Injustice Sluggard.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1927LSE0283.jpg 
WDN0608The other shadow factory
When Parliament re-opens to-day, charges will be made of weakness and partiality in dealing with Fascism and Spain.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0608.jpg 
LSE2409"Rosemary - that's for remembrance"David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1937LSE2409.jpg 
WDN0832Mr. Lloyd George Has Not Spoken YetDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0832.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 
LSE0597"Come out, now and get on with the job."David Low (1891-1963)01 Jun 1929LSE0597.jpg 
WDN1168The Heavenly Twins - or "See what Dr. Mandate has brought us."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1168.jpg 
WD0563"And the prisoner leaves the court almost without a stain upon his character!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0563.jpg 
LSE0465The catch of the seasonDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Sep 1928LSE0465.jpg 
LSE0595"Take your seats, please!"David Low (1891-1963)29 May 1929LSE0595.jpg 
LSE0443The big fightDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jul 1928LSE0443.jpg 
LSE0481Talking through his hatDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1928LSE0481.jpg 
LSE0464"O Lor! Here's the wife's mother for the week-end!"David Low (1891-1963)27 Sep 1928LSE0464.jpg 
LSE0453Whittington hears the call of the city.David Low (1891-1963)08 Sep 1928LSE0453.jpg 
LSE0447The image with two voices.David Low (1891-1963)02 Aug 1928LSE0447.jpg 
LSE2329Room for one more, Sir.David Low (1891-1963)27 Jul 1936LSE2329.jpg 
LSE0316[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Dec 1927LSE0316.jpg 
LSE0486Writing on the wallDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1928LSE0486.jpg 
LSE0575The anti-vaccinationistDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Apr 1929LSE0575.jpg 
LSE1533[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1930LSE1533.jpg 
LSE1442Today's weather - unsettled, strong windsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Feb 1930LSE1442.jpg 
LSE1454A Super-patriotic chucking-out policyDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Feb 1930LSE1454.jpg 
LSE1667Ideal Home Exhibition. "Famous rooms in political fiction."David Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1931LSE1667.jpg 
LSE1546Sporting life / Outboard motor boating.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1930LSE1546.jpg 
LSE1456"How doth the busy little b--"David Low (1891-1963)01 Mar 1930LSE1456.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 
LSE2207All dressed up but doesn't want to get wet.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jul 1935LSE2207.jpg 
LSE1459The Return of the prodigal son party.David Low (1891-1963)06 Mar 1930LSE1459.jpg 
LSE1455The whispering championships.David Low (1891-1963)27 Feb 1930LSE1455.jpg 
LSE1663Picture-of-the-year for the Royal Academy.David Low (1891-1963)31 Mar 1931LSE1663.jpg 
LSE1536Sporting life / No.1. Dirt-track thrills.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jul 1930LSE1536.jpg 
LSE1452[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)22 Feb 1930LSE1452.jpg 
LSE1429Old Mother Hubbard: "Wait a minute, Ducky. Let's look in the refrigerator".David Low (1891-1963)13 Jan 1930LSE1429.jpg 
LSE1447The Leo in the pathDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1930LSE1447.jpg 
LSE1531Caesar hesitates at the RubiconDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Jul 1930LSE1531.jpg 
LSE1650On the spot.David Low (1891-1963)09 Mar 1931LSE1650.jpg 
LSE1699Fright-wait championship.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1931LSE1699.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 
LSE2240Subterranean StatesmanshipDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Oct 1935LSE2240.jpg 
LSE1570How our great institutions are conducted.- \ The Conservative Central Office.David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1930LSE1570.jpg 
LSE1565"What's this - a welcome or a send-off?"David Low (1891-1963)02 Oct 1930LSE1565.jpg 
LSE1578Paddington idyll.David Low (1891-1963)23 Oct 1930LSE1578.jpg 
LSE1917Tiger hunt in the wilds of WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Mar 1933LSE1917.jpg 
LSE1689[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 May 1931LSE1689.jpg 
LSE2236Say, who was chosen Queen, anyway?David Low (1891-1963)09 Oct 1935LSE2236.jpg 
LSE2058In different worldsDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Apr 1934LSE2058.jpg 
LSE2402Interval for rejoicing.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1937LSE2402.jpg 
LSE2074Let's cast a clout, now May be out.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1934LSE2074.jpg 
LSE2261"Plenty of room on the inside, gents."David Low (1891-1963)23 Dec 1935LSE2261.jpg 
LSE2259Collective ActionDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Dec 1935LSE2259.jpg 
LSE2317Restoration of confidence.David Low (1891-1963)05 Jun 1936LSE2317.jpg 
LSE6942Mastheaded. The Coalition Heavy Villains: "No matter-r-r! A time will come."David Low (1891-1963)21 Apr 1923LSE6942.jpg 
LSE5374Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1936LSE5374.jpg 
LSE5359Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)30 May 1936LSE5359.jpg 
LSE5368Low' Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1936LSE5368.jpg 
WDN1176"Hoy! You! None of that British phlegm - get frightened out of your wits!"
"It is the duty of all those persons in authority to frighten the people of this country out of their wits," says the British Minister for War.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1176.jpg 
WD0210The Other Shadow Factory
Parliament assembles to day and the Govt will answer the charges of partiality in the Spanish war.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0210.jpg 
LSE1422The birth of VenusDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1929LSE1422.jpg 
BP0001The Second Effort. German goose: 'Is that any better?'Bernard Partridge13 Jun 1923BP0001.jpg 
LSE1582The late leader.David Low (1891-1963)01 Nov 1930LSE1582.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 
LSE6941"H'm! It isn't strictly teetotal." "But it's certainly not intaxicating."David Low (1891-1963)17 Apr 1923LSE6941.jpg 
LSE6981Bull: "Well, get a move on; what are you waiting for?"David Low (1891-1963)10 Aug 1923LSE6981.jpg 
GS0093- But Felix keeps on walking.Sidney 'George' Strube20 Jan 1926GS0093.jpg 
GS0252Published caption: The Indian jungleSidney 'George' Strube15 May 1933GS0252.jpg 
GS0151Old favourites :...Daisy Bell (with apologies) Stanley, Stanley. You know a thing or
two! / I'm half crazy, all for the love of you! - / It wont be a stylish marriage, - / I
can't afford a carriage - / But you'll look sweet on the seat / Of a bicycle made for
two!"
Sidney 'George' Strube17 Mar 1930GS0151.jpg 
GS0132The missing sentry. Cut out, and paste in front of the empty sentry box, the sentry you think will be called for the next guard-duty. The three privates will be found on the other pages of todays "Dy Express." Post - Strube - private election.Sidney 'George' Strube08 May 1929GS0132.jpg 
GS0134The song o' the sea. Their wits-end-tideSidney 'George' Strube18 May 1929GS0134.jpg 
GS0354A valentine serenade.Sidney 'George' Strube14 Feb 1935GS0354.jpg 
WDN1382Every Cloud has a Silver LiningDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1382.jpg 
LSE6959Used-Up Partners: "Go on, Stanley. If you can keep step with her, you're a better dancer than either of us."David Low (1891-1963)12 Jun 1923LSE6959.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 
WD0487Elliot: "Water Shortage! Simplicity itself - let's give some one a subsidy!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0487.jpg 
TW1892Published caption: Boat Race CelebrationsTom Webster (1886-1962)14 April 1930TW1892.jpg 
WD0137Debtor ClassDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0137.jpg 
LSE6975"Ssh! The dogs are still awake."David Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1923LSE6975.jpg 
WDN1180[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)19 Jan 1937WDN1180.jpg 
WDN0977Mr. Atlee yesterday challenged the Government's dictatorial methods.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0977.jpg 
LSE6979"They shall not pass!"David Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1923LSE6979.jpg 
WD0043Just another slight change of shirts.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0043.jpg 
LSE0615A"How dare you, Sir? Go away at once! This is private!"David Low (1891-1963)25 Jul 1929LSE0615A.jpg 
LSE6980[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)07 Aug 1923LSE6980.jpg 
LSE6951Sniff! Sniff!David Low (1891-1963)24 May 1923LSE6951.jpg 
WDN1158First Medical Expert: "But we must do something for him - think of our reputation!"
Second M.E.: "Sorry, old man. He is suffering from a quite incurable disease known as Want - science can do nothing for him!"
[Mr Baldwin held out no hope even to the Tory M.P.s of the Government doing anything effective for the depressed areas.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1158.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 
WD0280The Fat Dancer of Damascus - Westminster
Readers will remember H. V. Morton's description on this page of the very fat dancer of Damascus who moved the Arabs to frenzied delight, and the slim and graceful one who did not. Will Dyson was so moved by it that he has illustrated it.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0280.jpg 
WDN1306"Sad! Must do something for them - in the Spring!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1935]WDN1306.jpg 
WD0294The Big Fight - the latest
The Victor "Dat was a good fight, pug - I'm almost sorry it's over!"
The Other "That's all right Champ - it ain't over!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)19 Nov 1935WD0294.jpg 
WDN1263M.P.s are worried about the falling birth rate.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)07 April 1937WDN1263.jpg 
LSE6868At the Opening of Parliament. By Low.David Low (1891-1963)23 Nov 1922LSE6868.jpg 
WD0171There is much interest at Westminster in the growing friendliness of Mr Lloyd George and Mr BaldwinDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0171.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 
TW1423[No caption]Tom Webster (1886-1962)9 June 1927TW1423.jpg 
WDN0807After singing the "National" Anthem Parliament adjourned
("Our frontier is the Rhine" - Mr Baldwin)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0807.jpg 
WD0098The Calm Cool Judgement of the Higher Command
"Hoy! You! None of that British phlegm - get frightened out of your wits!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0098.jpg 
LSE6952The Super-Baldwin.David Low (1891-1963)25 May 1923LSE6952.jpg 
WD0471The Worm that TurnedDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0471.jpg 
LSE6954The Baldwin Debutantes.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1923LSE6954.jpg 
LSE6953Low's Nursery Rhymes - IV.David Low (1891-1963)29 May 1923LSE6953.jpg 
WDN1235The Freedom of the Caesar.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1235.jpg 
WDN1285The Fat Dancer of Damascus - Westminster
Readers will remember H. V. Morton's description on this page of the very fat dancer of Damascus who moved the Arabs to frenzied delight, and the slim and graceful one who did not. Will Dyson was so moved by it that he has illustrated it.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1285.jpg 
WDN1046More Male Mannequins: Preparing them for the Parade.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1046.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 
WD0154Mr. Atlee yesterday challenged the Govts dictatorial methods.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0154.jpg 
WDN1385The Worm that TurnedDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1385.jpg 
WDN1075The Panto Season
The man who backs the show (to the new lead): "Well, best o' luck - now we only need a new company, a new play, a new theatre, a new director, and we might make the show a success."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1075.jpg 
WDN0580"Well, after all, there's no place like home!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0580.jpg 
WDN0981"My dear Goering, you have got it all wrong - the true dietetic principle is that dumb-bells are better than diet."
[To-morrow the Government unveils its physical jerks proposals.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0981.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 
WDN1145"The Leak - the outward one - all stopped up and correct, sir!"
"Then full steam ahead - to Never-Never Land or Somewhere!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1145.jpg 
WD0594"Fellow sportsman - seeing as how the management has a packet of money on this fight and as 'ow its first of April just in a sport of clean boyish fun I gives the purse to young Stan the unbeaten Tiger of [Bewdley]"
Or
Unbeatable!
"Fellow sportsmen, Young Stan, the unbeatable Tiger of [Bewdley], wins again by a knock-out!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[01 Apr 1936]WD0594.jpg 
WD0483Spring - Bountiful Spring is ComingDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0483.jpg 
WDN0978History Reverses Itself in the House of CommonsDyson; Will (1880-1938)10 March 1937WDN0978.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 
WDN0790Mr. Walter Elliot: "Water Shortage! Simplicity itself - let's give someone a subsidy!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0790.jpg 
WDN0778[No caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0778.jpg 
WDN0839Just a little sugar for the bird.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0839.jpg 
WDN1055Just Another Slight Change of Shirts.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1055.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 
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 
WDN0950The Quack: "Fingers of scorn pointing at you? Tut, tut, sir -
They are all quite imaginary!"
The Humiliated Briton: "Not this one!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0950.jpg 
WDN1200Doing His Duty
P.C. Government: "I think you had better arrest him, Policewoman Charity. I've got to see a man about a dog licence."
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1200.jpg 
WDN0719"Tut! Tut! Where's that Army - it was here a couple of years ago!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0719.jpg 
WDN0751P.C. Churchill: "Hi, Speed-hound - you are exceeding the limit.
You are going too fast and too far!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0751.jpg 
WDN0812The Bull Brothers' Picnic PartyDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0812.jpg 
WDN0763Her Paper Sword
Peace: "You believe in disarmament - of me!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1935] WDN0763.jpg 
WDN1197"I say, we might almost leave it to him!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1197.jpg 
WD0111Black and WhiteDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0111.jpg 
WDN0946"Cheer up, John, think of what we'd do if anyone started settin' your house afire!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0946.jpg 
WDN0675Unbeatable!
"Fellow sportsmen, Young Stan, the unbeatable Tiger of Bewdley, wins again by a knock-out!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[01 Apr 1936]WDN0675.jpg 
WDN0877"Congratulations, old man; you've only to wait till conditions have improved forty-five times more and your troubles will be nearly over."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0877.jpg 
WDN0577Peace termsDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0577.jpg 
WDN0937First cow: "What are they doing, Straw berry?"
Second cow: Looking for something to improve the physique of hungry people!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0937.jpg 
WD0165Which is taking which for a ride?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0165.jpg 
WDN0959"Good - carry on! Take on more unemployed Under Secs. Let no one say we are neglecting the workless."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0959.jpg 
WDN0954"Don't 'e know I, Bo-Peep - I be the new shepherd - master's just engaged I!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0954.jpg 
WDN1296Stanley and Max: "Let's make our experiment, Lady! Our gadget is the REAL rain maker!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1296.jpg 
WDN0923P.C. Baldwin: Hoi! you! We don't want you interferin': can't you see we've got 'im under arrest?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0923.jpg 
WDN0662"I'll catch him yet - but tell me, is he gaining on me?"
[The latest is that the Election is to be postponed while Mr. Baldwin pursues the challenge of the Distressed Areas.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0662.jpg 
WDN1076"I can't give you a new coat, my poor man; but here, have a couple of patches."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1076.jpg 
WDN0692"Too little-a water - too much-a water. Droughts and Floods, Droughts and Floods - it breaka the heart!"
"Tut-tut, Musso! Be statesmanlike - just ignore 'em!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0692.jpg 
WD0599The Freedom of the Caesar.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0599.jpg 
WD0468"Come to Nunkie!"
"Shant!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0468.jpg 
WDN0717"Naughty, naughty Labour men who say Uncle Stanley neglected little Cuthbert!"
[To-day Mr. Baldwin denies the charge that the Government has neglected unemployment.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0717.jpg 
WD0467[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0467.jpg 
WDN1181"Captains, Are Ye Sleepin' There Below?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1181.jpg 
WDN1099The MacRobinson Crusoes begin to suspect the island is inhabited.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1099.jpg 
WDN1284Portfolio Plate - or Choosing Britain's Noblest and Best.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1284.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 
WDN0869The Plumber's Return
"Lookin' at it with a fresh eye, Nev., perhaps there is a sorter, kinder somethin' wrong in a way somewhere!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0869.jpg 
WDN0667First inmate: "Awfully sad case - they say he's quite sane!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0667.jpg 
WDN1286Water Shortage, or Statesmanship Crossing the SaharaDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1286.jpg 
WDN1000"I go to bring you the ashes."
"Thanks - why not the Phoenix as well!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1937] WDN1000.jpg 
WD0046Lazarus - 1936
(Only the Crumbs)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1936]WD0046.jpg 
WDN0833Never, oh, never again......
The Prodigal: Why dwell on the past? Let me have the present now
[The Government, in spite of its record, is trying to get the woman's vote.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0833.jpg 
WD0104First Plumber "Lumme - wots the 'urry Franklin"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0104.jpg 
WD0030Father love at GenevaDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0030.jpg 
WDC0196"Oh Captains! Art thou sleeping down below?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0196.jpg 
WDN0824"Follow me, brave Lion."
"But where to?"
"Sh! My eyes are sealed!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0824.jpg 
WD0518"Tut! Tut! Where's that Army - it was here a couple of years ago!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0518.jpg 
WDN1262"Follow me, brave Lion." "But where to?" "Sh! My eyes are sealed!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1262.jpg 
WDN1140Which is Taking Which for a Ride?Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1140.jpg 
WDN1144The Favourite
"Understand - ride hard, ride straight, and ride to lose!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1144.jpg 
WDN1173Black and WhiteDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1173.jpg 
WDN0926"Come to Nunkie!"
"Shan't!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0926.jpg 
WD0184New Year ResolutionDyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0184.jpg 
WD0450International Gratitudes. Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0450.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 
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 
WDN1121The Quack: "Fingers of scorn pointing at you? Tut, tut, sir - they are all quite imaginary!"
The Humiliated Briton: "Not this one!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1121.jpg 
WDN1143"And it would be very dangerous of you to emulate the provocative habits of the sheep. Be realist! Remember you are only a lion!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1143.jpg 
WDN1272"You fellows from Limehouse and Jarrow,
One's feelings you outrage and harrow -
Why not dwell on the stars,
Especially Mars,
And not be so earth-bound and narrow!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1272.jpg 
WD0611"My dear Goering, you have got it all wrong - the true dietetic principle is that dumbells are better than dinner."
[Tomorrow the Gov unveils its physical jerks proposals.]
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0611.jpg 
WDN1013"Who knows where the General is? He's down in the deep Dugout." - Soldier Trench Song. Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1013.jpg 
WD0496The blackcap or not so merciful.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0496.jpg 
WD0225The Returned Hunters: "Rejoice, ye men of Britain look what we've bagged!"
On Wednesday the full results of Ottawa are to be divulged.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0225.jpg 
WD0267"Of course Sir. You put it so clearly!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0267.jpg 
WD0169The Lady with the Black Eye: "Look at the awful thing you have done to me!"
The Champion: "Yes, but think of the lovely things I've said about you!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0169.jpg 
WD0209M.P.s are worried about the falling birth rate.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)07 April 1937WD0209.jpg 
WD0276"I know I'm nothing but a great big silly romantic girl but couldn't you somewhere somehow at some time do some little thing I could feel just a little proud about!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0276.jpg 
WDN0670Arms and the man
The extravagance of the Government's foreign and arms policy was criticised in the House yesterday.
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0670.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 
WD0127Non stop - yes, but variety - no!Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0127.jpg 
WD0228"I can't give you a new coat my poor man but here have a couple of patches."Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0228.jpg 
WDN1359Winston to the Caretaker: "Here, have a bit of courage - put that in your pipe and smoke it!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1359.jpg 
WD0192"I go to bring you the ashes."
"Thanks - why not the Phoenix also!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)[1937] WD0192.jpg 
WD0605[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0605.jpg 
WDN0960A British Pride - and a British Shame
(Science makes shorter hours imperative; at Geneva, the British Government and employers wreck every movement towards the international shortening of working hours.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0960.jpg 
WD0279[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0279.jpg 
WD0416[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)19 Jan 1937WD0416.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 
WDN0903The Tory ManifestoDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0903.jpg 
WD0300Our Eve of Derby Thriller
(To be continued in the near future)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0300.jpg 
WDN1276"Nobody Loves Me!" "Cheer Up, Lambkin, They Love Me!"
(Every statesman's New Year Message condemned War - but news of vast munition expenditure comes from U.S.A. and elsewhere.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1276.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 
DL0125Whittington hears the call of the city.David Low (1891-1963)08 Sep 1928DL0125.jpg 
DL0054ATales of the dominionsDavid Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1928DL0054A.jpg 
GS0149AThe Westminster minuet.Sidney 'George' Strube08 Feb 1930GS0149A.jpg 
LSE0434"Be loyal to the Govt. Ask yourselves 'Am I not better with devils I know than with devils I do not know?" - Lord DerbyDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Jul 1928LSE0434.jpg 
DL0348The Return of the prodigal son party.David Low (1891-1963)06 Mar 1930DL0348.jpg 
DL0154Latest from the front.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1928DL0154.jpg 
DL1133Seeing red.David Low (1891-1963)21 Aug 1936DL1133.jpg 
DL1137Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Aug 1936DL1137.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 
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 
LSE7542A Political Advertising Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)19 Jul 1927LSE7542.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 
LSE7436British Politics As Seen From Moscow.David Low (1891-1963)11 Sep 1926LSE7436.jpg 
WH2537A few safe prophecies for the coming year. [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden04 Jan 1926WH2537.jpg 
DL0384Its safest to stand still."David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1930DL0384.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 
GS0327"- And I hear there's another one comingSidney 'George' Strube27 Sep 1934GS0327.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 
LSE7350Good Resolutions for 1926. By Low.David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1925LSE7350.jpg 
GS0842`A countryside idyll'Sidney 'George' Strube09 Apr 1931GS0842.jpg 
LSE7426For The Political Wireless Exhibition.David Low (1891-1963)31 Aug 1926LSE7426.jpg 
LSE7257Tom Mix Stuff in the Political Rotten Row.David Low (1891-1963)18 Apr 1925LSE7257.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 
DL3130USED-UP PARTNERS : "Go on, Stanley. If you can keep step with HER you're a better dancer than either of us."David Low (1891-1963)06 Sep 1923DL3130.jpg 
GS0133Unanimous.Sidney 'George' Strube11 May 1929GS0133.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 
GS0419"A tale of two cities"Sidney 'George' Strube25 Jun 1936GS0419.jpg 
LSE0335"Berth" control.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jan 1928LSE0335.jpg 
LSE5765Post-Easter EggDavid Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1958LSE5765.jpg 
LSE7329[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1925LSE7329.jpg 
LSE0370The Zinoviev Seance.David Low (1891-1963)19 Mar 1928LSE0370.jpg 
LSE4263[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1923 - 31 Dec 1937LSE4263.jpg 
LSE0412"I am no wizard." - Mr. Baldwin.David Low (1891-1963)04 Jun 1928LSE0412.jpg 
LSE2368"Colony for Germany" problem solved.David Low (1891-1963)20 Jan 1937LSE2368.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 
LSE0287Nippy is going to move the furniture around. (Mr. Baldwin is said to be contemplating the reconstruction of his Cabinet.)David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1927LSE0287.jpg 
DL0489Strange interlude.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1931DL0489.jpg 
GS0845Published caption: Political Lord Mayor's Show.Sidney 'George' Strube09 Nov 1931GS0845.jpg 
LSE1684Unholy commerce in Liberalia.David Low (1891-1963)16 May 1931LSE1684.jpg 
LSE0568Dog's-eye view of the political situation.David Low (1891-1963)09 Apr 1929LSE0568.jpg 
LSE7192Low, who is unnecessarily uneasy lest his portraits should not be recognised, says "Left to Right; Messrs. Baldwin, Churchill, Austen Chamberlain, Neville Chamberlain, Lord Curzon, Amery, Lord Birkenhead, Joynson-Hicks, Lord Cecil.")David Low (1891-1963)12 Nov 1924LSE7192.jpg 
LSE1811The blind side.David Low (1891-1963)18 Feb 1932LSE1811.jpg 
PF0857"The Foster Mother - Mr. Churchill said "It was easy to see the parentage of the wretched brat which the Socialists had foisted on to The Conservative Party."Poy [Percy Fearon]14 Dec 1934PF0857.jpg 
LSE0295The ideal Prime Minister.David Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1927LSE0295.jpg 
GS0458Mrs Stanley leaves. " - and remember Miss Neville allus give 'em good plain, 'olesome, old-fashioned English cookin', none o' them foreign fal-lals - and above all, keep 'em guessin'."Sidney 'George' Strube27 May 1937GS0458.jpg 
LSE2253Ramsay MacBoniface.David Low (1891-1963)02 Dec 1935LSE2253.jpg 
DL0002The New season's goods.David Low (1891-1963)15 Oct 1927DL0002.jpg 
DL0155Building the Ark.David Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1928DL0155.jpg 
DL0339Yesterday's Valentine thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)15 Feb 1930DL0339.jpg 
LSE7309Mr. Baldwin in Paris.David Low (1891-1963)16 Sep 1925LSE7309.jpg 
DL0705Opening of ParliamentDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1933DL0705.jpg 
DL0572Political floodlight.David Low (1891-1963)05 Sep 1931DL0572.jpg 
DL0211To-day's cartoon. The Brothers Sisyphus show their musclesDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1929DL0211.jpg 
DL0290Meeting of Low's shadow cabinetDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Oct 1929DL0290.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 
DL0509Last night at St. George's Theatre.David Low (1891-1963)17 Mar 1931DL0509.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 
LSE0407[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1928LSE0407.jpg 
DL0141Cock robin.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1928DL0141.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 
LSE2322Stepping stones to glory.David Low (1891-1963)08 Jul 1936LSE2322.jpg 
DL0932Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1935DL0932.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 
LSE6811"It was a famous victory." Ll.g.: "Now, let's see - everybody loves me, loves me not - "David Low (1891-1963)01 Aug 1922LSE6811.jpg 
LSE1859Rehearsal for this year's pantomime.David Low (1891-1963)20 Oct 1932LSE1859.jpg 
LSE1509Fiscal military tournament.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1930LSE1509.jpg 
WD0538First Medical Expert: "But we must do something for him - think of our reputation!"
Second ditto "Sorry old man. He is suffering from a quite incurable disease known as Want - science can do nothing for him!"
(Mr Baldwin held out no hope to even the Tory M.P.s of the Govt doing anything effective for the depressed areas.)
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0538.jpg 
LSE0381The Amery Tour filmDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1928LSE0381.jpg 
LSE1750Low's war dispatches. No. 1.David Low (1891-1963)10 Oct 1931LSE1750.jpg 
LSE0492Building the Ark.David Low (1891-1963)19 Nov 1928LSE0492.jpg 
LSE1631Strange interlude.David Low (1891-1963)03 Feb 1931LSE1631.jpg 
LSE0651The sympathetic winkDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Oct 1929LSE0651.jpg 
LSE1733Restoring confidence.David Low (1891-1963)09 Sep 1931LSE1733.jpg 
DL0037Prize costumes for this year's ball.David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1927DL0037.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.)
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WD0604[No Caption]Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0604.jpg 
LSE0282HoaxesDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Oct 1927LSE0282.jpg 
LSE0601Wake at the "Morning Post" officeDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1929LSE0601.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 
LSE2321Sleepless Nights.David Low (1891-1963)06 Jul 1936LSE2321.jpg 
LSE1463Political Daytona BeachDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Mar 1930LSE1463.jpg 
LSE0681To day's view from the R101David Low (1891-1963)23 Nov 1929LSE0681.jpg 
LSE0680Natural uncertaintyDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1929LSE0680.jpg 
LSE1665Holiday.David Low (1891-1963)04 Apr 1931LSE1665.jpg 
LSE1926The political situation - Downing Street at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1933LSE1926.jpg 
LSE1652[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1931LSE1652.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 
LSE2133Old Low's almanack - Prophecies for 1935David Low (1891-1963)05 Dec 1934LSE2133.jpg 
LSE2341If Britain went off democracy.David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1936LSE2341.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 
LSE2316Reply from Hitler, 50 years hence.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1936LSE2316.jpg 
LSE5298Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Feb 1935LSE5298.jpg 
LSE5371Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Aug 1936LSE5371.jpg 
LSE5373Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Aug 1936LSE5373.jpg 
DL0023Low howls down another theatrical production.David Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1927DL0023.jpg 
DL0159Pictures in the newsDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Nov 1928DL0159.jpg 
GS0153Published caption: Old Favourites. No. 4 - "Comrades." Comrades, comrades, ever since we were boys. Sharing each other's sorrows, sharing each other's joys. Comrades when manhood was dawning, faithful whate'er may betide. When danger threaten'd, my darling old comrade was there by my side." (With apologies to the famous song.)Sidney 'George' Strube20 Mar 1930GS0153.jpg 
GS0357The word mostly used in English to-day is `definitely'.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Mar 1935GS0357.jpg 
GS0456Published Caption : The Political Academy, 1937 (With apologies to the artists concerned)Sidney 'George' Strube03 May 1937GS0456.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 
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 
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 
WDN1292Americanisation - Next Phase
American influence is suspected in parliamentary policy - is it going to spread to parliamentary diction?
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WD0145War Memories
"Who knows where the General is? He's down in the deep dug out." - Soldier Trench Song.
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LSE7227"I enjoy my pipe and my pigs." - Mr. Baldwin on himself.David Low (1891-1963)05 Feb 1925LSE7227.jpg 
PF0843"Mother Baldwin's Soothing Syrup"Poy [Percy Fearon]30 Nov 1934PF0843.jpg 
BP0002Holding her up. M. Poincare: 'What are you doing[? What's the idea? (crossed out)] that for?' Mr. Bladwin: 'Well, if you look round you'll see."Bernard Partridge11 Jul 1923BP0002.jpg 
LSE6988"Let's see You Talk That Item Beside You Out Of Sight."David Low (1891-1963)23 Aug 1923LSE6988.jpg 
DL0192The frozen reservoir.David Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1929DL0192.jpg 
DL0240Beating their jossesDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Jun 1929DL0240.jpg 
DL0323Old Mother Hubbard: "Wait a minute, Ducky. Let's look in the refrigerator".David Low (1891-1963)13 Jan 1930DL0323.jpg 
DL0370All the fun of the fair.David Low (1891-1963)21 Apr 1930DL0370.jpg 
DL0850The struggle for "The Ashes"David Low (1891-1963)11 Jul 1934DL0850.jpg 
DL1030History Retold - The Message of GlencoeDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1935DL1030.jpg 
GS0418English jockey. "I've waited too long[.] The race is over."Sidney 'George' Strube19 Jun 1936GS0418.jpg 
GS0346Carried forward ( with acknowledgements to the famous Guinness poster.)Sidney 'George' Strube05 Dec 1934GS0346.jpg 
GS0430Published Caption : The new barmaid at the Agricultural Inn.
Landlord : You all seem mighty quiet to-night, gents. Ain't nobody got nothing to say?" (Mr.W.S.Morrison is the new Minister of Agriculture)
Sidney 'George' Strube02 Nov 1936GS0430.jpg 
LSE1851Ottawa's big day.David Low (1891-1963)21 Jul 1932LSE1851.jpg 
LSE0514"So you've come back to work, hey?"David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1928LSE0514.jpg 
LSE2277The man with sealed lipsDavid Low (1891-1963)17 Feb 1936LSE2277.jpg 
LSE1982Watchful waiting.David Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1933LSE1982.jpg 
LSE7407The Other Test Match.David Low (1891-1963)15 Jun 1926LSE7407.jpg 
LSE7506Under The Spreading Chestnut Tree The Village Smithy Stands.David Low (1891-1963)30 Mar 1927LSE7506.jpg 
DL0678"Pittie Birdie."David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1932DL0678.jpg 
WD0455"Pardon me - but that doesn't mean me does it"
"Don't be silly!"
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LSE0376History repeats itself - with a difference.David Low (1891-1963)29 Mar 1928LSE0376.jpg 
40449"You name it - I'll be it!"Michael Cummings01 Jun 197040449.jpg 
LSE7443Beyond Repair.David Low (1891-1963)29 Sep 1926LSE7443.jpg 
DL1016Say, who was chosen Queen, anyway?David Low (1891-1963)09 Oct 1935DL1016.jpg 
LSE1747The lively invalid.David Low (1891-1963)03 Oct 1931LSE1747.jpg 
LSE7195A Political Spirit Photograph.David Low (1891-1963)20 Nov 1924LSE7195.jpg 
GS0106First aid.Sidney 'George' Strube01 Aug 1926GS0106.jpg 
GS0146The ardent swain. "May I tell mother?"Sidney 'George' Strube1929GS0146.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 
LSE7231Pigs in Clover.David Low (1891-1963)14 Feb 1925LSE7231.jpg 
LSE0470Political washing day.David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1928LSE0470.jpg 
LSE7161"The Shame of Our Shabbily-Dressed Men." [Low's contribution to the controversy of the week.]David Low (1891-1963)13 Sep 1924LSE7161.jpg 
LSE7368Mr. Baldwin On Himself. The life of a shop girl and that of a prime minister are very similar .. the only difference is that she has to give people what they want; I have to say that they can't have it."David Low (1891-1963)11 Feb 1926LSE7368.jpg 
DL0447"There are problems that must be grappled with" - said Ramsay in 1928.David Low (1891-1963)28 Oct 1930DL0447.jpg 
DL0510Hercules wrestling with death for the soul of Liberalism.David Low (1891-1963)20 Mar 1931DL0510.jpg 
LSE7165The Worst of showing unfinished works of art is that our sensitive critics will let their imaginations loose. (Mr. Ponsonby holds a show Sunday)David Low (1891-1963)23 Sep 1924LSE7165.jpg 
LSE1734Hail Caesar! Those about to die salute thee!"David Low (1891-1963)10 Sep 1931LSE1734.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 
LSE5357Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 May 1936LSE5357.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 
DL0317The birth of VenusDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1929DL0317.jpg 
LSE1477Nailing the skipper to the mast.David Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1930LSE1477.jpg 
LSE0529"Silent drama" at Westminster / -Studies in gesture.David Low (1891-1963)22 Jan 1929LSE0529.jpg 
LSE2195The Blimp family choose a new Foreign Secretary.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1935LSE2195.jpg 
LSE2038"Jump in, my ffffriends! Why walk when you can ride?"David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1934LSE2038.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 
LSE1742Political electricity.David Low (1891-1963)25 Sep 1931LSE1742.jpg 
LSE1842Moses Lansbury lays down the law from Mount Sinai.David Low (1891-1963)24 Jun 1932LSE1842.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 
DL1095He dreamt that he dwelt in marble hallsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 May 1936DL1095.jpg 
LSE0560Roads "up"David Low (1891-1963)26 Mar 1929LSE0560.jpg 
LSE0428The policeman who loved quack-quacks.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jun 1928LSE0428.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 
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 
LSE1653The Baldwin mystery.David Low (1891-1963)14 Mar 1931LSE1653.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 
LSE5377Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1936LSE5377.jpg 
TW1327Published caption: The New Year's PromiseTom Webster (1886-1962)3 Jan 1927TW1327.jpg 
WDN0779Outstaying His Welcome!
(The Free-Trader at the Tariff Tea Party)
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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!"
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WD0076"L. G. Has not spoken yet!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0076.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.)
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WDN1218Follow My Leader - the New Tory Pastime.Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1218.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?"
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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."
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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!"
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WDN1070The Guest: "I say, you know - what an awful thing to have about the house!"
Stanley: "Oh, I don't know - all the best people have 'em."
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WDN0744Sir Herbert Samuel: "I say, you fellows! Don't you sort of hear something?"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0744.jpg 
WDN1305British Tars
Jack Tar: "And feathers to you, brother!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1305.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 
WD0136"Too little a water - too much a water. Droughts and Floods. Droughts and Floods - it breaka the heart!"
"Tut-tut Musso! Be statesmanlike - just ignore 'em!"
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WD0206Doing His Duty
P.C. Government: "I think you had better arrest him, Policewoman Charity. I've got to see a man about a dog licence!"
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WDN1053"Steady, Anthony - quiet dignity must win in the end!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1053.jpg 
WDN1101Ramsay's Optimism
"Go away, George Lansbury - everything in this garden is lovely, including the serpent."
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WDN0818The Returned Hunters: "Rejoice, ye men of Britain; look what we've bagged!"
(The full results of the Ottawa Conference are to be divulged to-day.)
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WDN0987"Mr. Baldwin's compliments, Mr. Henderson, and please can't we help you hatch out a dove or two?"
[Mr. Baldwin unblushingly claims that the Government's new 450 bombing planes may be a valuable contribution to the cause of Disarmament.]
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WD0534Arms and the man
(The extravagance of the Govt foreign and arms policy was criticised in the House yesterday)
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WDN1105Suspicious voice from inside: "But who's there?"
The animals: "Don't you recognise our voices, brother? Baa-a-a!"
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WD0260"Good - but be bigger - be better! More jobs for cabinet ministers - more jobs for under secs! Show the world we mean to fight to the death against the ravages of unemployment among the governing classes!" Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0260.jpg 
WD0102Which?
"Pardon me - do you come as doctors or as undertakers, as the one you are a little too late, as the other much too premature!"
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WDN0999Our Old Man of the Sea
"Help! Help! John Sinbad - look what they are doing to me!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)14 Nov 1935WDN0999.jpg 
WDN1085The lady with the black eye: "Look at the awful thing you have done to me!"
The champion: "Yes, but think of the lovely things I've said about you!"
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WD0291The Haunted House
"Hadn't I better rattle the chains a bit more Stan - he's looking a bit sceptical!"
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WD0138"Steady, Anthony - quiet dignity must win in the end!"Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWD0138.jpg 
WDN1247The Invisible Man
A balloon barrage, known as an "apron," has been decided on for the defence of the City of London.
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WDN1163Our Eve of Derby Thriller
(To be continued in the near future)
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WDN0845A Difference in AttitudeDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN0845.jpg 
WDN1330Debtor ClassDyson; Will (1880-1938)UnknownWDN1330.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 
WDC0141"The Leak - the outwards one - all stopped up and correct, sir!"
"The full steam ahead - to Never-Never Land or somewhere!"
Dyson; Will (1880-1938)UndatedWDC0141.jpg 
WD0185"Congratulations, old man; you've only got to wait till conditions have improved fifteen times more than they have done and your troubles will be practically over!"
(The forty four thousand drop in unemployment represents one fifteenth of the problem of the two million unemployed)
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DL0183"Silent drama" at Westminster / -Studies in gesture.David Low (1891-1963)22 Jan 1929DL0183.jpg 
DL0150Writing on the wallDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1928DL0150.jpg 
DL0345"How doth the busy little b--"David Low (1891-1963)01 Mar 1930DL0345.jpg 
DL0594Low's war dispatches. No.8David Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1931DL0594.jpg 
DL1105Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)30 May 1936DL1105.jpg 
LSE1644[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 Aug 1931LSE1644.jpg 
GS0778Winston[.] Your move StanleySidney 'George' Strube01 Jan 1912 - 31 Dec 1955GS0778.jpg 
DL0071Rubber hot cross buns.David Low (1891-1963)05 Apr 1928DL0071.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 
DL0230Railway dissatisfactionDavid Low (1891-1963)16 May 1929DL0230.jpg 
DL0498Their "Charlies."David Low (1891-1963)21 Feb 1931DL0498.jpg 
GS0120Civil servants.Sidney 'George' Strube23 Mar 1928GS0120.jpg 
GS0215[The old witch's curse.]Sidney 'George' Strube02 Mar 1932GS0215.jpg 
GS0136Published caption: Walking the "yardstick," 19--?Sidney 'George' Strube21 Jun 1929GS0136.jpg 
LSE1445Tramsay.David Low (1891-1963)10 Feb 1930LSE1445.jpg 
GS0288Published caption: Getting a move on with the move onSidney 'George' Strube17 Feb 1934GS0288.jpg 
DL0231Sayings of the great.David Low (1891-1963)18 May 1929DL0231.jpg 
DL0161ChapmanitisDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Dec 1928DL0161.jpg 
DL1109Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Jun 1936DL1109.jpg 
DL0653It's no use, Boys ... Low is back.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1932DL0653.jpg 
LSE1625Their opportunity?David Low (1891-1963)24 Jan 1931LSE1625.jpg 
LSE0338Low has a new model.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jan 1928LSE0338.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 
DL1616One position that isn't going to be evacuatedDavid Low (1891-1963)08 May 1940DL1616.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!"
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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 
LSE6936All the Fun of the Fair.David Low (1891-1963)02 Apr 1923LSE6936.jpg 
LSE6889Mr. Stanley Baldwin. Chancellor of the Exchequer.David Low (1891-1963)Dec 1922LSE6889.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 
DL0418Sporting life / Outboard motor boating.David Low (1891-1963)04 Aug 1930DL0418.jpg 
DL0505On the spot.David Low (1891-1963)09 Mar 1931DL0505.jpg 
DL0515Picture-of-the-year for the Royal Academy.David Low (1891-1963)31 Mar 1931DL0515.jpg 
DL1182"Hmm....One might do worse than try a bit o' that oneself..."David Low (1891-1963)10 Mar 1937DL1182.jpg 
GS0162A"Follow a star"Sidney 'George' Strube20 Sep 1930GS0162A.jpg 
LSE2193More cruelty to statues.David Low (1891-1963)27 May 1935LSE2193.jpg 
LSE7276Low Does His Best With It. ["I never think much about my nose," Mr. Baldwin said yesterday. "But caricaturists evidently think a good deal of it and I think in time they might make something quite presentable."]David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1925LSE7276.jpg 
PF0871"Good Night - Everybody."Poy [Percy Fearon]Dec 1934PF0871.jpg 
LSE7317[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1925LSE7317.jpg 
DL0338The Leo in the pathDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1930DL0338.jpg 
DL0132Return of the skipper to the Ship of StateDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1928DL0132.jpg 
DL0128The Prime Robot.David Low (1891-1963)15 Sep 1928DL0128.jpg 
DL0215Half the cat out of the bag.David Low (1891-1963)16 Apr 1929DL0215.jpg 
DL1123Room for one more, Sir.David Low (1891-1963)27 Jul 1936DL1123.jpg 
DL0720The political situation - Downing Street at a glanceDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1933DL0720.jpg 
DL1085"You know you can truss me."David Low (1891-1963)13 Apr 1936DL1085.jpg 
GS0390The Guyhards. "Cheer up George. We shall kindle such a flame in the country that it will be hard for them to put it out."Sidney 'George' Strube05 Nov 1935GS0390.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 
LSE0410A political thyroid operation.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1928LSE0410.jpg 
LSE1831Whit Monday in Central Africa.David Low (1891-1963)16 May 1932LSE1831.jpg 
LSE2213Col. Blimp reviews the Fleet.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jul 1935LSE2213.jpg 
LSE7455The Judgment of History.David Low (1891-1963)23 Nov 1926LSE7455.jpg 
LSE0573Raising their standards.David Low (1891-1963)20 Apr 1929LSE0573.jpg 
LSE7273Jix: "Clear out! The Government can drive this country to Communism without your assistance!"David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1925LSE7273.jpg 
DL0165"Sorry to cut the service, gents, but I've an appointment with my dentist."David Low (1891-1963)13 Dec 1928DL0165.jpg 
LSE0555Desecration of the political StonehengeDavid Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1929LSE0555.jpg 
GS0130Overdue. Passengers. "Whats the delay, Station Master? Station Master "Well, Sir, I've rung the bell twice, but we are always expecting something exciting and interesting to happen - and it does sometimes." (with acknowledgements to Mr Baldwins speech at the Newspaper Press Fund) DinnerSidney 'George' Strube26 Apr 1929GS0130.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 
DL0072The Amery Tour filmDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1928DL0072.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 
LSE7005Stanley Baldwin, come out from behind the children and let me see what you have got in that bag.David Low (1891-1963)06 Oct 1923LSE7005.jpg 
DL0120The image with two voices.David Low (1891-1963)02 Aug 1928DL0120.jpg 
DL1043"Plenty of room on the inside, gents."David Low (1891-1963)23 Dec 1935DL1043.jpg 
GS0335Something has turned up!Sidney 'George' Strube27 Oct 1934GS0335.jpg 
LSE7544Baldwin Abroad. - No. 1.David Low (1891-1963)23 Jul 1927LSE7544.jpg 
LSE7502Low Gives His Staff a Day's Outing.David Low (1891-1963)25 Mar 1927LSE7502.jpg 
LSE7403The Political Flower Show: Rock garden section.David Low (1891-1963)28 May 1926LSE7403.jpg 
LSE7392Government From A New Viewpoint.David Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1926LSE7392.jpg 
LSE7559Everbody Busy.David Low (1891-1963)27 Aug 1927LSE7559.jpg 
LSE7280[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)17 Jun 1925LSE7280.jpg 
LSE1949Historical tableau. - Landing of the British in India.David Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1933LSE1949.jpg 
DL1115Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jul 1936DL1115.jpg 
DL0386Fiscal military tournament.David Low (1891-1963)31 May 1930DL0386.jpg 
LSE2304He dreamt that he dwelt in marble hallsDavid Low (1891-1963)04 May 1936LSE2304.jpg 
LSE0402Vital moribundity.David Low (1891-1963)15 May 1928LSE0402.jpg 
LSE0491Latest from the front.David Low (1891-1963)17 Nov 1928LSE0491.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 
LSE2111Ramsay's Welcome.David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1934LSE2111.jpg 
LSE2360Oh, you've come back to work, have you?David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1936LSE2360.jpg 
LSE7141"Won't you walk into our parlour - "David Low (1891-1963)29 Jul 1924LSE7141.jpg 
GS0104The pilot who wouldn't be dropped.Sidney 'George' Strube05 Jun 1926GS0104.jpg 
LSE0572Half the cat out of the bag.David Low (1891-1963)16 Apr 1929LSE0572.jpg 
LSE0457The Prime Robot.David Low (1891-1963)15 Sep 1928LSE0457.jpg 
LSE0340Politics for Joan Bull.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jan 1928LSE0340.jpg 
LSE1678Meditations of an Ex-chancellor.David Low (1891-1963)06 May 1931LSE1678.jpg 
LSE1432Edible cartoonsDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jan 1930LSE1432.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 
LSE2347Cooked tourDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Nov 1936LSE2347.jpg 
LSE2407Change-over.David Low (1891-1963)24 May 1937LSE2407.jpg 
LSE5338Low's Annual Party for his Models."David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1935LSE5338.jpg 
LSE5361Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Jun 1936LSE5361.jpg 
DL0772From the High CommandDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1933DL0772.jpg 
DL0343A Super-patriotic chucking-out policyDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Feb 1930DL0343.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 
DL0949Trap for spring chickensDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Apr 1935DL0949.jpg 
DL3135The hard lot of a cartoonistDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Oct 1927DL3135.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 
DL0147Talking through his hatDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1928DL0147.jpg 
DL0351Political Daytona BeachDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Mar 1930DL0351.jpg 
GS0329"We do our part" In his broadcast to the American people President Roosevelt held up Britain as a modelSidney 'George' Strube03 Oct 1934GS0329.jpg 
GS0370Published caption: Mr. Baldwin's Dream "I have always believed that the greatest security against war in any part of the world whatever, in Europe, or in the East, anywhere, would be the close collaboration of the British Empire with the United States of America .... It may never come to pass. But sometimes we may have our dreams." - Mr Baldwin at the Albert HallSidney 'George' Strube29 May 1935GS0370.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 
LSE1793Producer: "H'm.... hardly the cast I should have chosen myself...."David Low (1891-1963)02 Jan 1932LSE1793.jpg 
LSE1643The anti-crusade crusade.David Low (1891-1963)24 Feb 1931LSE1643.jpg 
LSE0497Pictures in the newsDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Nov 1928LSE0497.jpg 
DL1122Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Jul 1936DL1122.jpg 
DL1222Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jun 1937DL1222.jpg 
DL0592[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)08 Oct 1931DL0592.jpg 
LSE1829It's no use, Boys ... Low is back.David Low (1891-1963)10 May 1932LSE1829.jpg 
LSE0782Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Jul 1938LSE0782.jpg 
LSE0299A Dog's-eye view of Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1927LSE0299.jpg 
LSE0589Sayings of the great.David Low (1891-1963)18 May 1929LSE0589.jpg 
LSE0684Geometrical politicsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1929LSE0684.jpg 
LSE1655Last night at St. George's Theatre.David Low (1891-1963)17 Mar 1931LSE1655.jpg 
LSE5369Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)25 Jul 1936LSE5369.jpg 
DL1103Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 May 1936DL1103.jpg 
LSE1846"Do we pack the mascot, Jim?"David Low (1891-1963)07 Jul 1932LSE1846.jpg 
DL0101Thank goodness we've someone else's circus to look at for a change.David Low (1891-1963)18 Jun 1928DL0101.jpg 
DL0206Roads "up"David Low (1891-1963)26 Mar 1929DL0206.jpg 
DL0202Action wanted.David Low (1891-1963)11 Mar 1929DL0202.jpg 
DL0213Dress rehearsal at Drury Lane.David Low (1891-1963)13 Apr 1929DL0213.jpg 
DL0411Sporting life / No.1. Dirt-track thrills.David Low (1891-1963)17 Jul 1930DL0411.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 
DL0911Whose New Year is it, anyway?David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1935DL0911.jpg 
DL0862Zone of Silence.David Low (1891-1963)04 Sep 1934DL0862.jpg 
LSE0325Prize costumes for this year's ball.David Low (1891-1963)31 Dec 1927LSE0325.jpg 
DL1026Pigs to MarketDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Nov 1935DL1026.jpg 
DL1183Preparations for the other Coronation.David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1937DL1183.jpg 
DL1106Reply from Hitler, 50 years hence.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jun 1936DL1106.jpg 
DL1144Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1936DL1144.jpg 
DL1143"Cowards! Why don't you come under the bed and discuss it like men!"David Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1936DL1143.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 
GS0359Nepstein. Don't you worry Sir. It may not be a pound to them but it is a pound to us.Sidney 'George' Strube09 Mar 1935GS0359.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 
GS0131Published caption: How long will the tea interval last? Cricket starts to-day. - Official.Sidney 'George' Strube01 May 1929GS0131.jpg 
DL0335ABurning a martyr at the Coliseum, Ancient Rome.David Low (1891-1963)06 Feb 1930DL0335A.jpg 
DL1028They're Off!David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1935DL1028.jpg 
GS0135"The happy warrior."Sidney 'George' Strube01 Jun 1929GS0135.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 
LSE7182Selecting his Guys.David Low (1891-1963)04 Nov 1924LSE7182.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 
DL0012Contributions to our cultureDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1927DL0012.jpg 
DL0106The policeman who loved quack-quacks.David Low (1891-1963)30 Jun 1928DL0106.jpg 
DL0292Moving day at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1929DL0292.jpg 
DL0208Bank Holiday at the political zooDavid Low (1891-1963)10 Apr 1929DL0208.jpg 
DL0217The anti-vaccinationistDavid Low (1891-1963)23 Apr 1929DL0217.jpg 
DL0239Wake at the "Morning Post" officeDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Jun 1929DL0239.jpg 
DL0347Liberal Pancake DayDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Mar 1930DL0347.jpg 
DL0582Surgical operation.David Low (1891-1963)28 Sep 1931DL0582.jpg 
DL1027Fragment of the Lord Mayor's Show.David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1935DL1027.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 
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 
GS0445"I 'ear as 'ow you're leaving us after the Coronation, Mrs Stanley." "Yes, but not on their askin', Miss Neville. I knows when they've got a good servant - if THEY don't."Sidney 'George' Strube17 Feb 1937GS0445.jpg 
GS0307Published caption: The Opera Season OpensSidney 'George' Strube02 May 1934GS0307.jpg 
LSE0672Argument on an elephant.David Low (1891-1963)07 Nov 1929LSE0672.jpg 
LSE2021Cavalcade of 1933David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1933LSE2021.jpg 
LSE7425Elasticity. [The Government's new Peace Slogan, according to Mr. Churchill]David Low (1891-1963)24 Aug 1926LSE7425.jpg 
GS0839The love setSidney 'George' Strube23 Jun 1930GS0839.jpg 
DL0278The sympathetic winkDavid Low (1891-1963)01 Oct 1929DL0278.jpg 
DL0203Desecration of the political StonehengeDavid Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1929DL0203.jpg 
DL0435"What's this - a welcome or a send-off?"David Low (1891-1963)02 Oct 1930DL0435.jpg 
DL0390Statesman, awake! and greet the smiling dawn.David Low (1891-1963)09 Jun 1930DL0390.jpg 
DL0875Ramsay's Welcome.David Low (1891-1963)05 Oct 1934DL0875.jpg 
GS0398Visitor. "Will you ask Mr. Jumbo Baldwin if I can join his cabinet party? Do you think he'll remember me? Butler, "Helephants never forget, Sir."Sidney 'George' Strube22 Nov 1935GS0398.jpg 
GS0290[no caption]Sidney 'George' Strube14 Mar 1919GS0290.jpg 
LSE2231The wrong slogans.David Low (1891-1963)25 Sep 1935LSE2231.jpg 
LSE7206The Cartoon of the Day.David Low (1891-1963)16 Dec 1924LSE7206.jpg 
MC0630[No caption]Michael Cummings25 May 1959MC0630.jpg 
GS0166Beaververk [?] Call it what you like boys, its all out of the same cask.Sidney 'George' Strube13 Oct 1930GS0166.jpg 
DL0408[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Jul 1930DL0408.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 
DL0518Ideal Home Exhibition. "Famous rooms in political fiction."David Low (1891-1963)07 Apr 1931DL0518.jpg 
DL0538Attraction for the coming tourist season in India.David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1931DL0538.jpg 
DL0690A depressed vocation.David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1932DL0690.jpg 
LSE5381Col. Blimp's Christmas Circus.David Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1936LSE5381.jpg 
DL0112If Bolshevism came to England. No. 3. Events move swiftly.David Low (1891-1963)16 Jul 1928DL0112.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 
CU1071"Fellow politicians! We mustn't let this idea about 'resigning because one is responsible '
catch on ..."
Michael Cummings07 Aug 1967CU1071.jpg 
DL0029[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Dec 1927DL0029.jpg 
DL0570Holiday attractions.David Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1931DL0570.jpg 
DL0828Al Fresco PerformanceDavid Low (1891-1963)25 May 1934DL0828.jpg 
LSE4368Training for big fights.David Low (1891-1963)09 Aug 1924LSE4368.jpg 
LSE7325[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)24 Oct 1925LSE7325.jpg 
LSE1494Richard Lion-Heart at West Fulham.David Low (1891-1963)05 May 1930LSE1494.jpg 
LSE0472Political prophecies.David Low (1891-1963)11 Oct 1928LSE0472.jpg 
LSE0418A snapshot for the advertising convention.David Low (1891-1963)14 Jun 1928LSE0418.jpg 
DL1360Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Jul 1938DL1360.jpg 
DL0474A happy New Year guaranteed.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1931DL0474.jpg 
DL0054[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1928DL0054.jpg 
GS0280Published caption: Down in the village something stirred.Sidney 'George' Strube15 Nov 1933GS0280.jpg 
LSE6990Holiday Season.David Low (1891-1963)28 Aug 1923LSE6990.jpg 
DL0236The Judgement of JoanDavid Low (1891-1963)30 May 1929DL0236.jpg 
DL1108Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Jun 1936DL1108.jpg 
LSE0667Moving day at WestminsterDavid Low (1891-1963)29 Oct 1929LSE0667.jpg 
LSE1486All the fun of the fair.David Low (1891-1963)21 Apr 1930LSE1486.jpg 
LSE0350Joan Bull's Valentines, 1928.David Low (1891-1963)13 Feb 1928LSE0350.jpg 
LSE0391Today's balancing feat.David Low (1891-1963)24 Apr 1928LSE0391.jpg 
LSE0490Naval "spirituals"David Low (1891-1963)15 Nov 1928LSE0490.jpg 
LSE0507"Sorry to cut the service, gents, but I've an appointment with my dentist."David Low (1891-1963)13 Dec 1928LSE0507.jpg 
LSE1443Burning a martyr at the Coliseum, Ancient Rome.David Low (1891-1963)06 Feb 1930LSE1443.jpg 
LSE1506Its safest to stand still."David Low (1891-1963)26 May 1930LSE1506.jpg 
LSE1513Today at the zooDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Jun 1930LSE1513.jpg 
LSE1520Nailing the flag to the mastDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Jun 1930LSE1520.jpg 
LSE1612A happy New Year guaranteed.David Low (1891-1963)01 Jan 1931LSE1612.jpg 
LSE1729Holiday attractions.David Low (1891-1963)03 Aug 1931LSE1729.jpg 
LSE2099Zone of Silence.David Low (1891-1963)04 Sep 1934LSE2099.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 
LSE0461Return of the skipper to the Ship of StateDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Sep 1928LSE0461.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 
LSE0588Railway dissatisfactionDavid Low (1891-1963)16 May 1929LSE0588.jpg 
LSE0593"Dear, dear! Surely Mr. Zinoviev hasn't missed the post!"David Low (1891-1963)27 May 1929LSE0593.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 
LSE1899Opening of ParliamentDavid Low (1891-1963)07 Feb 1933LSE1899.jpg 
LSE1946On to Epsom downs.David Low (1891-1963)30 May 1933LSE1946.jpg 
GS0171APublished caption: Politically Epsteined. Epstein's Sensational Exhibition Opens To-day.Sidney 'George' Strube09 Feb 1931GS0171A.jpg 
LSE2247History Retold - The Message of GlencoeDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1935LSE2247.jpg 
LSE2340Seeing red.David Low (1891-1963)21 Aug 1936LSE2340.jpg 
LSE2348A"Cowards! Why don't you come under the bed and discuss it like men!"David Low (1891-1963)18 Nov 1936LSE2348A.jpg 
LSE5265Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 Jun 1934LSE5265.jpg 
LSE7640They're Off!David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1935LSE7640.jpg 
LSE5337Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Dec 1935LSE5337.jpg 
LSE5366Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)04 Jul 1936LSE5366.jpg 
LSE5360Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Jun 1936LSE5360.jpg 
TW1413Published caption: George Meets WalkerTom Webster (1886-1962)25 May 1927TW1413.jpg 
LSE2072Al Fresco PerformanceDavid Low (1891-1963)25 May 1934LSE2072.jpg 
DL0448The late leader.David Low (1891-1963)01 Nov 1930DL0448.jpg 
DL0032Low's Christmas shoppingDavid Low (1891-1963)19 Dec 1927DL0032.jpg 
DL0358New planets etc. in the fiscal skyDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Mar 1930DL0358.jpg 
DL1134Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)22 Aug 1936DL1134.jpg 
GS0337"I come to the conclusion," said Alice, "That it is a very difficult game my dear."
"Then why play it!" said the Duchess.
Sidney 'George' Strube31 Oct 1934GS0337.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 
TW1185[No caption]Tom Webster (1886-1962)21 April 1926TW1185.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 
DL0225"We're on our way"David Low (1891-1963)07 May 1929DL0225.jpg 
GS0123THE POLITICAL HIAWATHA. Reading from Left to Right : MINNIE BRIDGEMAN (Laughing
Sea-Weed), MESOPOTO (Great Traveller), WORTHY PUFF-PUFF (Mighhty Warrior), DORA HOODJOO
(Plague of Moonlight), STANLEY HIAWATHA (Big Thinker), JEE BI JIX NIX (Spirit of Joy),
NEVILLE WIGWAM (Many House Builder), AUSTEN PALEFACE (Peace Bringer), CIGARHA HA (Great
Smoker).Centre : WINNIE HE HE (Income Scalp Collector) The captive : Final Notem (A Poor
Fish).
Sidney 'George' Strube12 Jun 1928GS0123.jpg 
DL0537[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)25 May 1931DL0537.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 
DL1119Low' Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)18 Jul 1936DL1119.jpg 
DL1044Low's Annual Party for his Models."David Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1935DL1044.jpg 
GS0119The one man band. Excuse me, Admiral, but don't you know a good band when you see one?Sidney 'George' Strube21 Mar 1928GS0119.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 
GS0376Published caption: In the "Buts".Sidney 'George' Strube12 Aug 1935GS0376.jpg 
LSE0296Opening of Westminster's other Valhalla.David Low (1891-1963)08 Nov 1927LSE0296.jpg 
DL0079Today's balancing feat.David Low (1891-1963)24 Apr 1928DL0079.jpg 
LSE0499Chapmanitis.David Low (1891-1963)01 Dec 1928LSE0499.jpg 
DL0017A Dog's-eye view of Parliament.David Low (1891-1963)14 Nov 1927DL0017.jpg 
DL0153Naval "spirituals"David Low (1891-1963)15 Nov 1928DL0153.jpg 
DL0304To day's view from the R101David Low (1891-1963)23 Nov 1929DL0304.jpg 
DL1042Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Dec 1935DL1042.jpg 
DL1100Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)16 May 1936DL1100.jpg 
GS0103Grounds for divorce. Napoleon to Georgephine: "And I saw it more in sorrow than in anger."Sidney 'George' Strube27 May 1926GS0103.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 
GS0388Rush hourSidney 'George' Strube24 Oct 1935GS0388.jpg 
GS0497Sh -Sidney 'George' Strube26 Oct 1938GS0497.jpg 
LSE1759"The day"David Low (1891-1963)30 Oct 1931LSE1759.jpg 
LSE2260"You know you can trust me"David Low (1891-1963)20 Dec 1935LSE2260.jpg 
DL0306Geometrical politicsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Nov 1929DL0306.jpg 
DL0303Natural uncertaintyDavid Low (1891-1963)21 Nov 1929DL0303.jpg 
DL0399Carnera suspended againDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jun 1930DL0399.jpg 
LSE1788Low's Christmas conjuring show.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1931LSE1788.jpg 
GS0236The "Good will to all men" Season.Sidney 'George' Strube07 Dec 1932GS0236.jpg 
DL0500The anti-crusade crusade.David Low (1891-1963)24 Feb 1931DL0500.jpg 
DL0506[No caption]David Low (1891-1963)12 Mar 1931DL0506.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 
DL1128Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)08 Aug 1936DL1128.jpg 
LSE5331Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1935LSE5331.jpg 
DL1158Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)09 Jan 1937DL1158.jpg 
DL0619Low's Christmas conjuring show.David Low (1891-1963)22 Dec 1931DL0619.jpg 
LSE7378Sir Austen's "Free Hand."David Low (1891-1963)06 Mar 1926LSE7378.jpg 
LSE1853A cartoonist returns to civilization.David Low (1891-1963)04 Oct 1932LSE1853.jpg 
DL1025Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Nov 1935DL1025.jpg 
DL1022Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Oct 1935DL1022.jpg 
LSE5355Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 May 1936LSE5355.jpg 
LSE1997The Hitler FireDavid Low (1891-1963)31 Oct 1933LSE1997.jpg 
DL1094Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 May 1936DL1094.jpg 
DL0832Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Jun 1934DL0832.jpg 
LSE0352[no caption]David Low (1891-1963)16 Feb 1928LSE0352.jpg 
LSE0485Opening of the last sessionDavid Low (1891-1963)06 Nov 1928LSE0485.jpg 
LSE0664Meeting of Low's shadow cabinetDavid Low (1891-1963)24 Oct 1929LSE0664.jpg 
LSE1472New planets etc. in the fiscal skyDavid Low (1891-1963)27 Mar 1930LSE1472.jpg 
LSE1524Carnera suspended againDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jun 1930LSE1524.jpg 
LSE1590It's only a dummy.David Low (1891-1963)13 Nov 1930LSE1590.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 
LSE0706Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)09 Jan 1937LSE0706.jpg 
LSE0278The hard lot of a cartoonistDavid Low (1891-1963)13 Oct 1927LSE0278.jpg 
LSE0462The sad lot of a caricaturist.David Low (1891-1963)24 Sep 1928LSE0462.jpg 
LSE0471Cock robin.David Low (1891-1963)09 Oct 1928LSE0471.jpg 
LSE0580Notes from the political frontDavid Low (1891-1963)02 May 1929LSE0580.jpg 
LSE0700Gifts and kind thoughtsDavid Low (1891-1963)28 Dec 1929LSE0700.jpg 
LSE0729Low's topical budgetDavid Low (1891-1963)26 Jun 1937LSE0729.jpg 
LSE2768One position that isn't going to be evacuatedDavid Low (1891-1963)08 May 1940LSE2768.jpg 
LSE5263Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)02 Jun 1934LSE5263.jpg 
LSE5358Low's Topical BudgetDavid Low (1891-1963)23 May 1936LSE5358.jpg 
11763"Fellow politicians! We mustn't let this idea about 'resigning because one is responsible ' catch on ..."Michael Cummings07 Aug 196711763.jpg 
CU1037"Wigg! This is a State of Emergency! I can't find a physician who can diagnose my
principles to record them for posterity."
Michael Cummings25 May 1966CU1037.jpg 
DL0983All dressed up but doesn't want to get wet.David Low (1891-1963)03 Jul 1935DL0983.jpg 
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