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Sir John Barker ('Men of the Day. No. 1209.

Sir John Barker ('Men of the Day. No. 1209. "Falmouth."')

by 'H.C.O.'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 6 January 1910
NPG D45534

Archer Baker ('Men of the Day. No. 1212.

Archer Baker ('Men of the Day. No. 1212. "C. P. R. in Europe."')

by 'ELF'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 13 January 1910
NPG D45537

Solomon Barnato Joel ('Men of the Day. No.

Solomon Barnato Joel ('Men of the Day. No. "Sollie."')

by 'H.C.O.'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 20 January 1910
NPG D45538

Sir Evelyn John Ruggles-Brise ('Men of theDay. No. 1216.

Sir Evelyn John Ruggles-Brise ('Men of theDay. No. 1216. "Borstal System"')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 10 February 1910
NPG D45542

'Famous Racehorses. No. 13.

'Famous Racehorses. No. 13. "Torpoint"'

by (Thomas) Percy Earl
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 10 February 1910
NPG D45543

Herbert Haynes Twining ('Men of the Day. No. 1217.

Herbert Haynes Twining ('Men of the Day. No. 1217. "Herbs."')

by 'H.C.O.'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 17 February 1910
NPG D45544

James Richard Hennessey ('Men of the Day. No. 1218.

James Richard Hennessey ('Men of the Day. No. 1218. "Lutteur ***"')

by 'H.C.O.'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 24 February 1910
NPG D45545

Sir Joseph Lyons ('Men of the Day. No.1219.

Sir Joseph Lyons ('Men of the Day. No.1219. "Joe."')

by 'H.C.O.'
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 3 March 1910
NPG D45546

Sir Philip Watts ('Men of the Day. No. 1224.

Sir Philip Watts ('Men of the Day. No. 1224. "Naval Construction."')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 7 April 1910
NPG D45551