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George Odger

(1813-1877), Shoemaker and trade unionist

Sitter in 3 portraits

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George Odger, by William Henry Midwinter - NPG Ax8684

George Odger

by William Henry Midwinter
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s-1870s
NPG Ax8684

George Odger ('The People's Dodger'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48231

George Odger ('The People's Dodger')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 12 April 1871
NPG D48231

George Odger, by Faustin Betbeder ('Faustin') - NPG D23027

George Odger

by Faustin Betbeder ('Faustin')
chromolithograph, 1874
NPG D23027

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