Attempted Revolution in Dublin
|Main Creator:||Low, David, 1891-1963|
Inscribed l.r. beneath title: Capture of Desperate Person found to be in possession of complete set of Marie Stopes. This cartoon refers to the banning of the works of Dr. Marie Stopes by the Irish Free State's Censorship Board. It was published in the Evening Standard, on December 6th, 1930. A man - under arrest - is marched down a street, surrounded by soldiers; behind them is his wife and several crying children. In front of him is the censor riding a white horse. In front of the censor is a car with William T. Cosgrave [President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State from 1922-1932], flanked on either side by a member of the clergy.The procession is watched by a crowd of people on either side, who make various comments.
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Inscribed in pencil on verso: "3/8 Black" and "15 x 11 1/2".
Physical description: 1 cartoon : ink ; image 17.7 x 26.9 cm., on sheet 29 x 37 cm.
Varying form of title: Old Low's almanack / Prophecies for 1931
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|PD 3045 TX||
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