Folger call number: Sh.Misc. 2306, page 261
Folger holdings ID: 501552
Accession Number: 269820
Title from caption Artist not identified Cartoon published as page 261 of Punch (March 11, 1925) Cartoon of two women discussing Shakespearean plays. The woman on the left, dressed in the clothes and hairstyle of a flapper, is lounging on a bench in front of a fire with a magazine. The woman on the right, dressed in a long skirt and coat with gloves, a cloche hat, and a pocketbook tucked under her arm, is standing next to her. Caption dialogue: "Maid. 'I've bin to the Old Vic, miss, and seen Shakespeare's 'Enery III.' Young Lady. 'Henry III? I know Henry IV., V., and VIII.' Maid. 'Well, you know, miss, it's the one with Flagstaff in it.'" Artist's name in lower right corner: E[?] K[?]
Item information about Folger Sh.Misc. 2306, page 261
Bound in a volume with other issues of Punch, volume CLXVII. Green cloth boards, half leather. Spine stamped in gold
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