Wimbledon, by Herry Perry, 1931

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This lovely image by Herry Perry advertising Wimbledon features mixed double play with a ball boy right in the centre. It was published by the Underground Electric Railways Company in 1931 and encourages Wimbledon tennis fans to take the Underground to South Wimbledon Station and continue their journey by bus. Heather Perry (know as Herry) designed posters for the Underground Group and London Transport between 1928 and 1937. Heather Perry studied at the London School of Arts and Crafts where she specialised in wood carving, though she became a designer of posters, pub signs and playing cards. Amongst the books she illustrated was 'Entertaining with Elisabeth Craig' in 1933. She contributed verse to Punch.
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