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(posters) Made by: Unknown (Undefined)
Art.IWM PST 6541
whole: the two images are positioned in the upper three-quarters. The title is partially integrated and positioned in the upper quarter, centre and lower quarter, in yellow and in yellow outlined black. The text is separate and positioned along the...
(posters) Made by: Randall, Maurice (Undefined)
Art.IWM PST 6242
whole: the image fills the upper three-quarters of the design with text, in red, incorporated into it at the top. In the bottom quarter is a text box, with the text in white set against a navy blue background. image: a head and shoulders portrait of a...
part of "WOOTTON H E (2ND LIEUTENANT)" (photographs)
Mounted photographic prints relating to the military service of H E Wootton with the Inns of Court Officer Training Corps, the 1/1st Brecknockshire Battalion, South Wales Borderers during 1918 - 1919 and as a captain of the Home Guard in 1944. The first...
part of "STEVENS JOHN (MR)" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer
Photographic postcards of groups and individual British Army personnel from the First World War. These include the Signals Section of 2nd Mounted Brigade; Private P W Davy of 'C' Company, 9th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers at Parkhouse Camp...
part of "WIZO UK COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Radio Times Hulton Picture Library Photographer
Commercially produced prints for the Radio Times Hulton Picture Library covering a range of subjects from the First World War, Interwar and Second World Wars periods. Subjects include: Sir Francis Lloyd inspecting the National Motor Volunteers, Women...
part of "WEATHERITT LESLIE" (photographs) Made by: Various photographers
Civil Defence Second World War and post 1945, mostly relating to London Boroughs of Ealing and Holborn. Subjects are as follows: Group photograph of staff from Holborn ARP Post 2 in March 1940 (all named) and a series of prints showing staff of Holborn...