Third Irish conscript (in the coffin)
|Summary:||Irish anti-conscription postcard showing a coffin being transported by hearse [with horses waering funeral regalia] through a street to 'Maple's Hotel / Conscription Headquarters' . Four soldiers look on. A young boy walking by says [in a speech bubble] 'Up the the rebels.' Caption at bottom reads: "Sergeant: 'Only four of my section left sir, but I brought the conscript all right'". The name of the artist appears lower right ['Lilly'?] |
|Published / Created:||
n.d., ca. 1916-1918].
|Notes:||Two copies of this item are held in the Ephemera Department. |
Physical description: 1 postcard : ill. ; 9 x 14 cm.
As a digital copy of this item is available, the original will not be issued.
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