Ref NoEHS/A/23
TitlePublished Items with Shepard Illustrations
Extent13 papers
DescriptionFile of published items featuring illustrations by E. H. Shepard: 5 copies of a postcard featuring Shepard's caricatures of his fellow artillery officers [initialled "EHS" lower right]; 1939 calendar/Christmas card from the Princess Elizabeth of York [ie, HM Queen Elizabeth II] Hospital for Children in Shadwell, London [previously the East London Hospital for Children, amalgamated with the Queen's Hospital for Children, Bethnal Green, now the Queen Elizabeth Children's Service at the Royal London Hospital], featuring the Shepard cartoon "The Banstead Cure" [referring to the creation of the Banstead Wood Country Hospital in 1948], reprinted with permission from PUNCH [signed lower right]; a Christmas card featuring an adaptation of Shepard's "An Evening at Mansfield Park", sent to Shepard by Stanhope and Joscelyn [no surname] with the annotation "A delicate compliment to you I hope!"; a Christmas card from Methuen & Co featuring an illustration by Shepard and signed by Frank Herman [sic?]; a 1965 Christmas card from Dutton's Publishing [featuring the image in EHS/GR/3/1], signed by Lee Deadrick; two blank cards with "Feeling more snowy behind the ears" and "Rise, Sir Pooh de Bear, most faithful of all my knights" [both from the V&A] on the front; a poster for the Phoenix Theatre's performance of "Winnie-the-Pooh"; and a coloured print of Shepard's PUNCH cartoon "Lord Willingdon and Friend" [of 28 November 1938], featuring a tiger and a man in full morning dress with a cane, with annotations on colour in ink, probably in Shepard's handwriting.
Related MaterialSee AIM25 for material related to the Princess Elizabeth of York Hospital.
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