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Monday, September 12, 2016

The best of St. Trinians

Back to school with the best of St. Trinians . . . 


'EUNICE! HOW MANY TIMES MUST I TELL YOU TAKE THE BAND OFF FIRST!'
LILLIPUT, APRIL 1951
(RONALD SEARLE, BACK TO THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE AND OTHER
UGLY MOMENTS, LONDON: MACDONALD, 1951, PAGE 50;
RONALD SEARLE, THE CURSE OF ST TRINIAN'S, LONDON:
PAVILION BOOKS, 1993, PAGE 49
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1837-2015',
NOVEMBER 2015 - JANUARY 2016, NO 361)


  'Eunice, dear- aren't we rather muddling our patron saints?'


"And this is Rachel - our Head Girl"



"But Miss Merryweather, you said we could bring our pets back with us" 


"Cleaner's getting slack. Horsefall . . ."
(Lilliput 1952 Oct/Nov)


 "... and a pair of knuckledusters, and some scent, and a hammer ..."
(Lilliput 1951 6 Nov)
 

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