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(posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)
Art.IWM PST 14191
whole: the two images are placed in the left quarter and right quarter, partially held within red and black borders, set against purple panels. The emblem of the Civil Nursing Reserve is positioned in the lower centre. The title is separate and placed in...
(art) Made by: Sutton, R Fran 1943
Art.IWM ART 16558
image: A portrait of William Morrison, Head ARP Post Warden in Ashford, Middlesex in a dark blue greatcoat. Insignia on his uniform indicates he is a member of the London County Council Heavy Rescue Service. He also wears a dark blue beret bearing the...
(art) Made by: McGrath, Raymond 1940
Art.IWM ART LD 141
image: A row of aircraft hangars painted with camouflage patterns. In the foreground is a pile of sandbags and a sign marked iwth 'ARP'.
(art) Made by: Carr, Henry 1943
Art.IWM ART LD 2681
image: a half-length, seated portrait of Henry Cox in uniform wearing his medals.
(art) Made by: Wood, John
Art.IWM ART LD 3150
image: Five female nurses of the Order of St John provide medical attention to a man who lies on a red blanket, possibly during a training exercise. Vegetation and rolling hills are visible in the background and a man in white uniform looks on, standing...
(art) Made by: Claessen, George
Art.IWM ART LD 4202
image: ARP stretcher bearers practice carrying casualties to two motor ambulances, which are visible on the left. They are watched by a large crowd of people in the background. One of the casualties is carried on a stretcher, the others are walking...
(art) Made by: Harcourt, George 1942
Art.IWM ART 15627
image: A half length portrait of Harcourt dressed in a large dark coat and holding a pair of black leather driving gloves.