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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Agricultural Classes. Visitor. "What is the difference between a small holder and a small farmer?" Oldest inhabitant. "Wull, a varmer be a man as won't own up as 'e's made a profit no'ow - artful like; An' small-'olders, they be men as won't never admit that they be doing badly - terrible obst'nit-minded." (a cartoon showing a visitor from the city to the country and differences in class and accents during the InterWar era)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Agricultural Classes. Visitor. "What is the difference between a small holder and a small farmer?" Oldest inhabitant. "Wull, a varmer be a man as won't own up as 'e's made a profit no'ow - artful like; An' small-'olders, they be men as won't never admit that they be doing badly - terrible obst'nit-minded." (a cartoon showing a visitor from the city to the country and differences in class and accents during the InterWar era)