Edwardian Era Cartoons from Punch magazine
Vicar's wife (trying to explain history to villager whose son is taking part in the rehearsal of Pageant). "You know, Mrs Perkins, when the Romans first came to England, we 'Ancient Britons' were naked savages painted blue." Villager. "'Deed, Ma'am, I don't remember it, and (with offended dignity) it was only such of us as were alive at the time!"
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Punch Punch cartoons Punch magazine cartoons illustrations B&W b&w 20th century 20th C 1900s 1908 Britain British Great Britain England English history historical social history women country life village life villages class system class differences lower classes country rural villagers country folk middle classes pageants trends fads historical pageantry historical pageants acting actors performances perfomers amateur actors amateurs theatre stage ruins rehearsals rehearsing vicar's wife vicars' wives castles ruined castles ancient monuments local history historic monuments ruined buildings explanations patronising church pageants performance arts theatrical
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