The alderman's dinner, 1775. Artist: Anon
The alderman's dinner, 1775. An obese alderman eats gluttonously; his slimmer companion, bent over a plate, evidently suffers from gout as his bandaged foot rests on a cushion. Five waiters bring more food and drink to the table.
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Dancing the Charleston, from 'White Bottoms' pub. 1927
One gentleman in black tie, a further gentleman in white tie and tails, and a woman in a light green flapper dress and pearls dance the Charleston, from 'White Bottoms' pub. 1927,(colour block print)
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