A convalescing old lady asking her health visitor if she has recovered from her bout of flu. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1912.
- Raven-Hill, L. (Leonard), 1867-1942
Credit: A convalescing old lady asking her health visitor if she has recovered from her bout of flu. Wood engraving by L. Raven-Hill, 1912. Wellcome Collection. In copyright
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Dialogue includes: Old party (recovering from influenza). "Thanky, Miss, I'm better now; but I 'ears as 'ow you've 'ad it, too?" District visitor. "Yes; but I'm nearly all right now. It has only left me a little neuralgia in my head." Old party (sympathetically). "Dear, dear, Miss, that's bad; but they do say as it fo allus attack the weakest part."
1 print : wood engraving ; border 13.4 x 18 cm
Wellcome Collection 15394i
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