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        'Why didn't Mr. Chaplin mind the baby?', posters from Bertrand Russell's election campaign, 1907

        English School, (20th century). Medium: printed paper. Date: 1907. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) British philosopher; he stood as the Women's Suffrage, Free Trade and Liberal candidate for Wimbledon in the by-election of 1907; the main poster is an attack on Henry Chaplin (1840-1923) the Conservative candidate; Provenance: Private Collection.

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