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InterWar cartoons from Punch magazine by Leonard Raven Hill

The Independents. There was an old fellow who lived in a shoe; He had too many daughters, with no one to woo. He expressed his regret, but "Don't Worry," they said, "We are able and willing to earn our own bread." (an InterWar era cartoon showing John Bull surprised by the Census Report as his daughters are busy earning their living in the professions as lawyers, policewomen, nurses and army drivers)

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Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939, Leonard Raven-Hill Cartoons
The Independents. There was an old fellow who lived in a shoe; He had too many daughters, with no one to woo. He expressed his regret, but "Don't Worry," they said, "We are able and willing to earn our own bread." (an InterWar era cartoon showing John Bull surprised by the Census Report as his daughters are busy earning their living in the professions as lawyers, policewomen, nurses and army drivers)