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12 results filtered with: Raven-Hill, L. (Leonard), 1867-1942
  • A sailor running away from the ships dentist who is attempting to pull out one of his teeth. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1898.
  • A seaman telling the ship's doctor that hard work is bad for him. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1898.
  • A Scottish shepherd telling a doctor on the roadside about the death of his wife and how glad he is that he didn't take any of the medicine the doctor had prescribed for his wife. Wood engraving after L. Raven-Hill, 1908.
  • A convalescing old lady asking her health visitor if she has recovered from her bout of flu. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1912.
  • Two boxers consulting a doctor. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1902.
  • An anxious patient checking with his dentist that that if he has gas anesthesia he will not be robbed of his money. Wood engraving after L. Raven-Hill, 1908.
  • An exhausted nurse who has been looking after her patient for many hours asks when she may go to bed, the patient's mother retorts that she thought she was a trained nurse. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill.
  • A man being vetted by an insurance salesman. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1896.
  • A doctor asking an elderly patient if he has taken a box of pills that he has prescribed, the patient retorts that he found the boxes difficult to swallow. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1906.
  • A dentist telling his patient in the middle of an operation that he has nothing to fear from revolutions as dentists are always spared. Reproduction of a drawing after L. Raven-Hill, 1924.
  • Man standing in a courtroom dock putting his case forward to the magistrate. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1904.
  • An army medical officer trying to find out from an ignorant soldier if he knows where his arteries are. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1907.