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Credit Line Yale Center for British Art; Gift of Michael H. LeWitt, Peter A. LeWitt, and Erwin Strasmick

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Alick P. F. Ritchie Vanity Fair: Literary; 'G.B.S.', Mr. George Bernard Shaw
Alick P. F. Ritchie, 1892–1913
Vanity Fair: Literary; 'G.B.S.', Mr. George Bernard Shaw
ca. 1911
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'Billy'. Mr. Georg Charles Fitzwilliam. 1 March 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'Billy'. Mr. Georg Charles Fitzwilliam. 1 March 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Keeper of the Crown Jewels', General Sir Hugh Henry Gough, February 15, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Keeper of the Crown Jewels', General Sir Hugh Henry Gough, February 15, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'The Master of the Heythrop'. Mr. Albert Brassey. 15 March 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'The Master of the Heythrop'. Mr. Albert Brassey. 15 March 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'To the manner born'. Mr. Reginald Corbet.
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'To the manner born'. Mr. Reginald Corbet
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'Cottesmore'. Mr. Evan Hanbury. 5 December 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair - Fox Hunters. 'Cottesmore'. Mr. Evan Hanbury. 5 December 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Naval Ordnance', Captain Jellicoe
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Naval Ordnance', Captain Jellicoe
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Rowdy', Major General Sir R.B. Lane, March 22, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Rowdy', Major General Sir R.B. Lane, March 22, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Sir Hugh', Major General Sir Hugh McCalmont, May 10, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Military and Navy; 'Sir Hugh', Major General Sir Hugh McCalmont, May 10, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Passive Register's last hope'. The Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell. January 18, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Politicians - Vanity Fair - 'The Passive Register's last hope'. The Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell. January 18, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Wagerers; 'No Limit', Mr. D. M. Gant, September 5, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Wagerers; 'No Limit', Mr. D. M. Gant, September 5, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'He Patronizes Literature and the Turf but does not Waste his Money', Lord Howard de Walden, May 17, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Turf Devotees; 'He Patronizes Literature and the Turf but does not Waste his Money', Lord Howard de Walden, May 17, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Legal; 'Good Form', John Eldon Bankes, March 29, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Legal; 'Good Form', John Eldon Bankes, March 29, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Legal; 'So Voluble an Advocate should become a Successful Parliamentarian', Lord Robert Cecil, February 22, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Legal; 'So Voluble an Advocate should become a Successful Parliamentarian', Lord Robert Cecil, February 22, 1906
1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward Vanity Fair: Legal; 'The Solicitor General', Sir W. S. Robson, January 25, 1906
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922
Vanity Fair: Legal; 'The Solicitor General', Sir W. S. Robson, January 25, 1906
1906