'The Knifeboard Bus', 1900, (1933). Creator: A Moull
'The Knifeboard Bus', 1900, (1933). Passengers on a London open-top horse-drawn bus, so-called because 'the seat on the top along which the passengers sat back to back...similar to the boards on which the domestic servants of the day had to clean, polish, and sharpen the cutlery of their master's tables'. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]
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As they walk to the Houses of Parliament, Mr Arthur Henderson, MP, the Home Secretary
As they walk to the Houses of Parliament, Mr Arthur Henderson, MP, the Home Secretary ( centre ), is flanked by his two sons who are both MPs themselves, Mr William Henderson, MP ( left ) and Mr Arthur Henderson Junior, MP. It is expected that when the Home Secretary takes his seat in the House of Commons today he will be introduced to the Speaker by both his sons, the first time that this has happened.
3 March 1924