Pinner Local History Society – Pinner’s Place in Metroland.

Pinner Village Hall Chapel Lane, Pinner, Middlesex, United Kingdom

Title                                       -  Pinner’s Place in Metroland".  Speaker                                -  PLHS Research Group. Our Research Group will present new research into the origins, development and people that make up Pinner’s place in Metroland. Please come early as it will be popular and encourage your friends too (suggested donation of £3).

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1936

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1937

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1938

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1939

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1940

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1941

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1942

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6

Heath Robinson’s Illustrations for magazines, 1925 to 1943

Heath Robinson Museum 50 West End Lane, Pinner, United Kingdom

With the start of the Second World War in 1914 Heath Robinson observed that “There was now no demand for purely artistic productions, for new editions of Shakespeare or other classics”. He was then dependent on humorous work for his income. However, from about 1925 respite from the constant need to be funny came from…

£6