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The Last Caravan by A. E. Bestall Featured Caravans Print

The Last Caravan by A. E. Bestall

A colour illustration by Alfred Bestall showing a fantasy scene where a group of travellers are being spied on from woodland by a centaur and female imps. Alfred Bestall (1892-1986) is best-known as the artist who drew Rupert Bear for thirty years. Previous to this, Bestall produced more than forty colour illustrations for The Tatler as well as countless humorous line drawings and cartoon sketches

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10223103

Universal Rescue Mission Caravan - E. H. Smith of Sheffield Featured Caravans Print

Universal Rescue Mission Caravan - E. H. Smith of Sheffield

Universal Rescue Mission Caravan and its owner, Mr E. H. Smith of Sheffield (on the right) - a local Christian Evangelical preacher, known as the Blind Evangelist'. Smith preached at Mission Services, Temperance Lectures and School Addresses. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Samuel John Govier s photographic van by an unidentified cottage, presumably in West Cornwall. Early 1900s Featured Caravans Print

Samuel John Govier s photographic van by an unidentified cottage, presumably in West Cornwall. Early 1900s

Samuel John Govier (1871-1967) was a pioneering photographer in the late 19th and early 20th century in Cornwall. In the early years he travelled on his bicycle or in a horse drawn van before setting up in a studio in Chacewater in 1907. Later, he also had a studio in St Agnes. In retirement he became a grocer in Chacewater where he lived. In retirement he became a grocer in Chacewater where he lived. His father, Samuel Govier, is standing in the van doorway with a dog and his mother, Annie, is facing the cottage. His sister, Bessie (who later became Mrs Bessie Olver) is though to be standing next to the horse and trap on the right hand side of the photograph. Photograph from the Govier family album. Photographer: Samuel John Govier

© RIC, photographer Govier