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Lord Randolph Churchill Collection

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; The Average Height of five of the Officers of

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; The Average Height of five of the Officers of the... 1891 Creator: Unknown
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; The Average Height of five of the Officers of the Expedition is 6ft 3 3/4 ins, "A fine collection of Giants". 1891. From "The Graphic

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 24, 1891, 1891. Creator: Unknown

The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 24, 1891, 1891. Creator: Unknown
The Graphic, Front Cover Saturday, October 24, 1891, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa: The Interior of the House of Commons, Pretoria, 1891

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa: The Interior of the House of Commons, Pretoria, 1891. Creator: Unknown
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa: The Interior of the House of Commons, Pretoria, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa - Vryburg to Johannesberg by coach, 1891. Creator: G Durand

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa - Vryburg to Johannesberg by coach, 1891. Creator: G Durand
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa - Vryburg to Johannesberg by coach, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa, 1891 Creator: Unknown

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa, 1891 Creator: Unknown
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa - Meeting a Constituent on the Platform of an Engine, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; A Sketch of the Country from Matipi's Kraal, 1891

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; A Sketch of the Country from Matipi's Kraal, 1891. Creator: Unknown
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; A Sketch of the Country from Matipi's Kraal, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; watchg the experts panning out samples, 1891

Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; watchg the experts panning out samples, 1891. Creator: Major Giles
Lord Randolph Churchill in South Africa; watchg the experts panning out samples from the Gold Mines of Mashonaland. 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Connaught Place, c1876. Creator: Unknown

Connaught Place, c1876. Creator: Unknown
Connaught Place, c1876. Connaught Place, an area of Bayswater with a blue plaque at number 2 on the residence of Lord Randolph Churchill from 1883-1892

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Right Honorable The Late Randolph Spencer Churchill, 1889, (c1899). Creator: Nadar

The Right Honorable The Late Randolph Spencer Churchill, 1889, (c1899). Creator: Nadar
The Right Honorable The Late Randolph Spencer Churchill, 1889, (c1899). Portrait of British politician Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895)

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill, 1889, (1945). Creator: Nadar

Lord Randolph Churchill, 1889, (1945). Creator: Nadar
Lord Randolph Churchill, 1889, (1945). Portrait of British politician and statesman Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895), father of Sir Winston Churchill

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Celebrities of the Day - Lord Randolph Churchill, M. P. (1885)

Celebrities of the Day - Lord Randolph Churchill, M. P. (1885)
Celebrities of the Day - Lord Randolph Churchill, M.P. 1885. Churchill (1849-1892) was the father of the British prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill. From a supplement in The Graphic, 30 May 30 1885

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Cheering Lord Randolph Churchills name on hearing of his resignation, Loughrea, Ireland, 1887

Cheering Lord Randolph Churchills name on hearing of his resignation, Loughrea, Ireland, 1887. Churchill was a staunch supporter of the Unionist cause in Ireland. Sketches in Ireland

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895), English statesman, 1885

Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895), English statesman, 1885
Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895), 1885. From a supplement to The Graphic (30 May 1885). Churchill was the father of the British prime minister, Sir Winston Churchill

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, British statesman, 1895

Lord Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill, British statesman, 1895. Lord Randolph Churchill (1849-1895) was the father of Winston Churchill. A print from the Illustrated London News, (2 Febuary 1895)

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: A Waiting Game, 1886. Artist: John Tenniel

A Waiting Game, 1886. Artist: John Tenniel
A Waiting Game, 1886. Lord Randolph Churchill (left) trying to make Charles Stewart Parnell, Irish politician, show his hand and let Churchill

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Return of the Wanderer, 1888. Little Lord Randolph Churchill returns in a furtive manner, watched by a couple of astute journalists

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Churchillius; or, an Alarming Sacrifice!, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain

Churchillius; or, an Alarming Sacrifice!, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain
Churchillius; or, an Alarming Sacrifice!, 1887. Little Lord Randolph Churchill, in full Roman battledress, bounces on his horse, Retrenchment

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Great-Little Random, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Great-Little Random, 1887. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Great-Little Random, 1887. Little Lord Randolph Churchill is seen storming off in a huff, refusing to obey the Ringmasters instructions

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Swag!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Swag!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Swag!, 1886. The Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Randolph Churchill is caught in the act of stealing Liberal policy documents by the former Prime Minister

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Dressing the Window, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Dressing the Window, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Dressing the Window, 1886. The new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury, decides upon the new shop window. He is being shown a bolt of Irish Policy by his young Chancellor of the Exchequer

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm!, 1886. Lord Randolph Churchill, the new Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer, has found himself doing most of the work on the parliamentary ship

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Grand Young Man!!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Grand Young Man!!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Grand Young Man!!, 1886. Lord Randolph Churchill strikes a pose which mirrors the one of Benjamin Disraeli, Lord Beaconsfield, who appears in ghostly form in this cartoon

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain

Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Artist: Joseph Swain
Stay, Prithee, Stay!, 1886. Little Lord Randolph Churchill for the Conservatives, and Joseph Chamberlain for the Radical wing of the Liberals, beg Charles Parnell to keep his seat

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Waits, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Waits, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Waits, 1885. The shadowy figures drinking a toast are Lord Salisbury (right) and Lord Randolph Churchill. Outside are the Liberals Joseph Chamberlain, William Forster

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Not for Joe!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Not for Joe!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Not for Joe!, 1885. Mr George Goschen had been the Liberal governments President of the Poor Law Board. Here he is being wooed by Lord Randolph Churchill of the Conservative Party

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Political Polo Match, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Political Polo Match, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Political Polo Match, 1885. Mr Joseph Chamberlain, from the Radical group within the Liberal Party, and the Conservative Lord Randolph Churchill, battle it out on the polo field

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: With the Stream, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

With the Stream, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
With the Stream, 1885. The cartoon depicts the new Conservative administration rowing in the Liberal stream towards a General Election

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Going to the Country, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Going to the Country, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Going to the Country, 1885. This cartoon depicts the Liberals former Prime Minister, William Gladstone, coming in at the door. Inside, Lord Salisbury is the new Conservative Prime Minister

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Fresh Paint!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Fresh Paint!, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Fresh Paint!, 1885. This cartoon depicts Britannia, holding the olive branch of peace, being touched-up by the new Conservative Prime Minister, Lord Salisbury

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: Launce and his Dog, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain

Launce and his Dog, 1885. Artist: Joseph Swain
Launce and his Dog, 1885. The little dog is Lord Randolph Churchill, the Conservative head of a group known as the Fourth Party

Background imageLord Randolph Churchill Collection: The Giants and the Pigmy, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain

The Giants and the Pigmy, 1881. Artist: Joseph Swain
The Giants and the Pigmy, 1881. The Liberal Prime Minister, carrying the axe, is walking in company with his Chief Secretary for Ireland, Mr William Forster


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