There was an Old Woman

Description

Satire based on the nursery rhyme of the old lady who lived in a shoe, with Bannerman as the old lady, sitting in the road and blocking his ears. Behind him, the shoe is overflowing with characters representing 'Liberal Promises' such as 'Social Reforms', 'Home Rule Promises', etc.

Artist
Unknown
Printer
David Allen and Sons Ltd
Publisher
Conservative Central Office
Place of Production
London
Archives Reference
COLL MISC 0519/20

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