Vanity Fair Cartoon Collection, 1893-1901.


Vanity Fair Cartoon Collection, 1893-1901.

Vanity Fair Cartoon Collection, 1893-1901.

Cartoon caricatures from Vanity Fair (London) by SPY (Sir Leslie Ward), APE (Carlo Pellegrini), WAG (A.G. Witherby), Guth (Jean Baptiste Guth), FTD (F.T. Dalton), BINT, STUFF (H.C. Seppings Wright), and Cloister of notable political figures including Howe, Henry Verney, Somerset, Clarendon, de Rothschild, and many other figures of the late 19th and early 20th century.

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