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Edwardian cartoons from Punch magazine by E T Reed

In the natural history museum A.D. 1910. Surviving race of motorists (log.). "Oh, I say. What?! Used to walk across the roads! NO! How lovely!!"—"Went about on foot, and expected to be protected! Nonesense! What effrontery!"—"Do you believe it?! I don't. It's TOO RIDICULOUS!!"—"'pon my honour it's a fact! Why, they say CHILDREN USED TO PLAY ABOUT IN VILLAGES! Did you ever hear such an idea! Too deliciously improbable!!" [Exeunt in roars of laughter to see something else. (an Edwardian cartoon shows an embalmed woman in a glass caninet - a Unique Specimen - Priceless Restoration of BRITISH PEDESTRIAN - Now Extinct at the EXTINCT MONSTER DEPARTMENT)

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Edwardian Era Cartoons, Travel, Trains, Motoring and Holidays Cartoons, E T Reed Cartoons (Edward Tennyson Reed), In The News & On This Day, Cars and Motoring Cartoons, Landing Page, Social History, Society, City and Country Life Cartoons
In the natural history museum A.D. 1910. Surviving race of motorists (log.). "Oh, I say. What?! Used to walk across the roads! NO! How lovely!!"—"Went about on foot, and expected to be protected! Nonesense! What effrontery!"—"Do you believe it?! I don't. It's TOO RIDICULOUS!!"—"'pon my honour it's a fact! Why, they say CHILDREN USED TO PLAY ABOUT IN VILLAGES! Did you ever hear such an idea! Too deliciously improbable!!" [Exeunt in roars of laughter to see something else. (an Edwardian cartoon shows an embalmed woman in a glass caninet - a Unique Specimen - Priceless Restoration of BRITISH PEDESTRIAN - Now Extinct at the EXTINCT MONSTER DEPARTMENT)