Cartoon, group of London theatre managers
Cartoon showing a group of disconcerted London theatre managers, including William Holland with the long, spiky moustache, and John Hollingshead just behind him -- Something really ought to be done, or this Health Exhibition will ruin the theatres. A comment on the International Health Exhibition, held in South Kensington, London, from May to October 1884, attracting so much attention that it took custom away from the city's theatres and other cultural venues.
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Caricature, W S Gilbert and Pottinger Stephens
Caricature, W S Gilbert (1836-1911) and Henry Pottinger Stephens (1851-1903), English dramatists. Gilbert, in the form of a schoolmaster, says of the younger man, "I'm blest if Pottinger Stephens isn't trying to write exactly like me!"
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Lufthansa airlines in Latin America by G. H. Davis
German threat to America and Panama: Lufthansa airlines in Latin America. A map showing how German-controlled airlines, capable of a converging war movement against the Panama Canal, were rivalling Pan-American Airways services in South America during the Second World War. Date: 1941
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