[The images and text from Punch come from the Internet Archive’s online version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. — George P. Landow]

Left: Bernard Partridge. Off to the Durbar! (10 December 1902): 399. Right: Linely Sambourne. Vivat Imperator (7 January 1903) — an unusual two-page spread intended to be viewed vertically rather than horizontally.

Left: Title-page of the section on the Durbar. (7 January 1903). Right: Mr. Punch in Indian garb. (31 December 1902): 466.

A Reverie of the East — the first page of music by Alexander Mackenzie and lyrics by Owen Seaman, author of much of the poetry that appeared in Punch during this period.


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