LONDON ZOO IN THE 1930s

Illustrator Pauline Locke’s grandfather, Frank Stilwell, was the sign-writer at the London Zoo in the 1930’s, these are taken from his photo album.
It’s interesting that he worked as a painter in a suit and tie. Also, the number of children around the animals. Photos courtesy of Pauline Locke.

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