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Saved from the Streets (poster)
A strip poster, probably designed to be cut up and displayed in small individual frames. The pictorial style is unusual for its time. The villain is easily identifiable by his top hat and stick, the heroine by her long golden hair. The play by George Conquest and R. H. Eaton was first acted at the Surrey Theatre, on the South side of Westminster Bridge, in 1886.