"The Master General": Maj-Gen Sir James Wolfe-Murray (Men of the Day no. 962) -- Vanity Fair Supplement, May 4, 1905. Leslie Ward.

"The Master General": Maj-Gen Sir James Wolfe-Murray (Men of the Day no. 962) -- Vanity Fair Supplement, May 4, 1905

London: Vincent Brooks, Day & Son, Lith. 1905. 1 chromolithographed print 38 x 26 cm. signed "Spy," without the biographical text. Sir Leslie Ward (1851-1922), English caricaturist and portrait painter, signed his works 'Spy.' General James Wolfe-Murray (1853-1919) served in the 4th Anglo-Ashanti War, the 2nd Boer War, and the 1st World War. He served as colonel commandant of the Royal Artillery from April 1917 and published two books on the Russian Army. In Good+ Condition: creasing in upper margin with 2 closed tears, one touching the upper edge of the image; lacking tip of upper left-hand corner; minor soiling in lower left margin; otherwise, clean and bright. Good +. Item #004947

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