A cue for Easter, by Albert E Fruin, 1920

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This poster designed by Albert E Fruin cleverly illustrates Easter break locations – Hampstead, Waltham Cross, Hampton Court, Ruislip, Caterham and Westerham – as pockets and therefore potting destinations for the Underground cue ball on a snooker table. It was published by the Underground Electric Railway Company in 1920. Albert E Fruin designed posters for the Underground Group between 1920 and 1922. From 1906 Albert Fruin worked in the Underground Group's Bill Store. He studied art under A De Breanski and Edward McKnight Kauffer. He obtained a diploma in 1923. Fruin's photograph 'Looking Ahead on the Brill Branch' was reproduced in the Pennyfare journal in 1935.
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