Collection: Gordon Brewster Cartoon Collection >> "Aren't I a lovable fellow?" [James Craig, 1st...
"Aren't I a lovable fellow?" [James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon to Hibernia/Erin]
|Main Creator:||Brewster, Gordon, artist.|
Image of James Craig (revolver in hand), pointing it at a young woman who is bound and gagged; the words "Catholic Minority" are written across the garments she wears.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
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Oct. 11th 1928.
Title inscribed in pencil l.c.
Inscribed in pencil l.c.: "That powerful Government, entrenched in a position of privilege and power, now, and as far as he could see for all time, could not allow the minority to exist, or have an opinion or thought, or be allowed to speak". - Joseph Devlin M.P. in Northern Parliament.
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink ; 16 x 19 cm.
Citations/References: Published in: Evening Herald, 11th October 1928.
Forms part of: The Gordon Brewster Collection.
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|PD 2199 TX 475||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Prints & Drawings|
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