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Person: BUSCH, Wilhelm  (1832-1908)

Slides (arranged in sets) in whose production this person had a role

The baby, the wasp, and the puppies (recitation: Walter Tyler, 12 slides, in/before 1891)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The contented baby

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Baby is tumbled over and loses his sugar

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Puppy licks baby's face

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Baby in great trouble at the wrong done him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Baby cheers up again

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, But pulls the water can over him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The puppies and the sugar bag

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Both puppies and the wasp want the sugar

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The wasp stings Rover's nose

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The wasp alone with the sugar

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The baby's mother appears on the scene

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, The baby is all right again

The barber and his clever dog (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The barber and his dog welcome a fresh customer

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The dog waits patiently during the first operation of lathering

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The razor is produced and sharpened

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, An illustration of its powers which the dog thinks a needless delay

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The barber receives a gentle caution to proceed with care

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, This is how he takes care

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The dog enjoys the position

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The barber gets the customer to sit again. To avoid a worse misfortune he keeps back the nose with his thumb

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, His thumb accidentally slips, and tip of his nose is removed

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The dog enjoys the morsel under the table

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The barber does his best to repair the mischief

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, He thinks he has made a good job of it

The boys and the raven's nest (story: Newton & Co., 8 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, [Slide title unknown]

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  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, [Slide title unknown]

Brown and the bear (recitation: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Brown determines to become a great hunter, so starts in search of the bear

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Arranging his plans. Sudden termination of his reverie

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Brown beats a rapid retreat, followed by the grizzly

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, He is brought to a sudden and full stop

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, He leaves a relic with his grizzly foe

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, His relentless foe descends

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Brown again attempts to escape, leaving his unmentionables in the mouth of his foe

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, He climbs the tree, followed by the bear

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The tree breaks with their weight. Thrilling sensation

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Brown falls on the bear, and makes a novel use of his pocket corkscrew

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Fastening his foe to the tree, he enjoys the fragrant weed

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Triumphant entry of Brown into his native city

Cat and mouse (story: manufacturer unknown, 13 slides, in/before 1894)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, [Slide title unknown]

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  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, [Slide title unknown]

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  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, [Slide title unknown]

The death of the bluebottle (comic: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1887)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Dr Snoozum as he appeared after dinner

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, A bluebottle pitches on a sensitive part

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The Dr wages war with his tormenter

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, A favourable opportunity for capturing his enemy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The Doctor finds that it is attended with disastrous results

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Before killing him the Doctor wishes to have a look at the insect

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, After a desperate struggle the fly escapes, leaving a leg behind

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The Doctor mounts up in his chair, determined to conquer

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, But unexpectedly descends, chair and all

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Exciting conflict, as the windows and flowers testify

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The Doctor's delight at the downfall of his foe

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Final tableau -- total annihilation of the fly

The demon and the blacksmith (recitation: York & Son, 9 slides, 1894)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The meeting

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The fright

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The flight

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Torment

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Torture

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The little nipper in the big nippers

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Hammer-ousness an vil-lany

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, A matter of de-tail

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The parting

Diogenes and the boys of Corinth (recitation: Pumphrey Brothers, 7 slides, in/before 1872)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Diogenes in his tub

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Diogenes found by boy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Boy calls to his friend

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Boys squirt Diogenes through the bung hole

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Boys roll Diogenes down hill

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Boys are caught by some nails on the tub

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The boys are rolled flat as pancakes

Diogenes and the naughty boys of Corinth (recitation: Wrench & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1887)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Diogenes in his barrel

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The boys annoy him by knocking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Diogenes calls out 'who's there?'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, The boys drench him with water

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Diogenes comes out dripping wet

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The boys roll the barrel about

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Diogenes calls out 'stop'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Two nails catch in their clothes

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The boys are pulled over the tub

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The boys are rolled under the tub

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The boys are rolled out flat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Diogenes at rest again

The ducks and the frog (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, A duck and a drake are diving in search of prey

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The duck has caught a frog

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The drake thinks he has a right to share

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Between them both the frog undergoes a variety of tortures

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The duck prevents the drake from swallowing him entire

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Whilst they are throttling each other the frog bolts

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The frog leaps into the pump-trough; the ducks search after him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The frog runs for his life, pursued by the ducks

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The frog has the good sense to go where the ducks cannot follow him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The ducks are unable to get their heads out, so there they have to stay quacking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The poulterer comes by and carries off the ducks

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, The frog was laid up for three weeks, but now, thank goodness, he is able to smoke his pipe

The ducks and the frog (recitation: Walter Tyler, 12 slides, in/before 1889)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, A Duck and a Drake diving for food

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The Duck has caught a Frog

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The Drake wants a share of it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, The Frog has a hard time of it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The Drake is prevented from swallowing it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The Ducks throttling each other

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The Frog leaps into a pump trough

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The Frog gets away from the Ducks

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, The Frog goes into a drain

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The Ducks cannot get through the grating

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The Cook comes by and kills the Ducks

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, The Frog getting over his troubles

The elephant's revenge (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1900-1907)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, An elephant out for a walk stops to have a drink

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, When a nigger has a shot at him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The elephant chase's him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, He catches him and pulls him by the ear

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, To the water and gives him a good ducking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, He then carried him to a cactus bush

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, And throws him among the prickles

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Moral! Don't interfere with people bigger than yourself

The elephant's revenge: or, the new Jumbo in Africa (story: Theobald & Co., 12 slides, in/before 1894)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Jumbo in the morning

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Jumbo having breakfast

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, The cruel Nigger

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, In pursuit

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Caught

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Come back to the river

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, A ducking

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The Alligator

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Head over Heels

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Hanging up to Dry

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The Cactus bush

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Covered with thorns

The honey stealers (story: Wrench & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1889)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, They quite forgot that bees have stings

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, They have reason never to forget it again

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, On arriving home, the father tries the cold water cure, but in vain

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, To add to their misery, they cannot put their potatoes into their mouths

The honey stealers (story: York & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, They quite forgot that bees have stings

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, On arriving home, the father tries the cold water cure, but in vain

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, To add to their misery, they cannot put their potatoes into their mouths

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, They get no better till the stings are extracted

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The parts are soothed by the apothecary's skill

[Hookey Beak the raven] (story: Bock, 15 slides, n.d.)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, [Slide title unknown]

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  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, [Slide title unknown]

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Hookeybeak the raven: 'that raven wasn't good' (recitation: Henry W. Taunt, 21 slides, n.d.)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Tommy Tit was a clever boy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, And on the bough young Tommy got

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, And snap it did, and both came tumbling down

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, All over head and hands and coat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Aunt Matilda Tabitha shall feed you

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Hookeybeak to his earthen pan has flown

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, So Tootal[..] he seized the bone

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, And off he scutter'd howling

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Poor Hookey now was done

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, He nibbled it and nabbled it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Stood boldly up upon the pan

  creator of source image(s): Slide 13, Aunt Matilda had made some jam

  creator of source image(s): Slide 14, All over the clean things

  creator of source image(s): Slide 15, Brought down the store of handsome Delft

  creator of source image(s): Slide 16, And Hookeybeak he found it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 17, 'I think it's very good'

  creator of source image(s): Slide 18, His head begun to swim

  creator of source image(s): Slide 19, The bottle and glass went overboard

  creator of source image(s): Slide 20, Twirled the worsted round and round

  creator of source image(s): Slide 21, He hung till stiff and dead

The hostile neighbours (recitation: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, An artist and musician live with only a wall and a grudge between them

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The musician generally contrives to practise at the same time as his neighbour

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Who is almost distracted by the abominable noise

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, He buries his head under the bedclothes until it is over

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, He conceives a plan by which to stop such vile performances

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, When he discovers the trick, the fiddler's fury knows no bounds

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The artist resumes work

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Life suddenly starts into his picture

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, A pitched battle follows, in which the dog plays a noble part

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The artist empties a bottle of varnish over his assailant

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Who returns as quickly as he came

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, A picturesque and profitable termination

Midnight adventures with a flea (recitation: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Mr Morpheus' sweet slumbers disturbed by a flea

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, He finds that to sleep is impossible

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, He searches for the tormenting insect

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, He continues the search, even in his nightcap

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Not succeeding, he looks in the bed

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Determined to find him he turns up the bed

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Ah! he feels him in his stocking. He gets up

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, And, by holding the candle close, discovers his enemy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Fearing that he may hop away, he wets his finger

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, He has got him at last, but he may hop yet

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, With the aid of a pin he burns him in the candle

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, He gets into bed, and sleeps like a top

The miller and the sweep (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, The sweep timidly takes a kiss from Nanny

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, To his horror he sees the miller on more intimate terms than himself

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, In a rage he rushes after his bold rival

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, The miller, unable to hide, gets a hiding

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The sweep has to retreat up the chimney

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The miller, who cannot follow him, tries to wash him out of it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Though he could not follow him up, against his will he follows him down

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, They fall into the box at the bottom

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Nanny and Fanny sit upon the box in triumph

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, The tables are completely turned

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The confusion that results from not knowing whom you love

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, They make it up, and love each other two and two

The miller's cunning daughter (story: manufacturer unknown, 10 slides, in/before 1909)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, [Slide title unknown]

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  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, [Slide title unknown]

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, [Slide title unknown]

Miss Popps' pet (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Miss Popps and Floppy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Floppy's weakness

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Their slumbers

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, The siege

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The attack

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, The defeat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The retreat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, A prisoner

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, A victim

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Too late

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, She buys his skin

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, A memento of blighted affection

Mr and Mrs Brown and the mouse (story: W. Butcher & Sons, 8 slides, 1900-1907)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Mr Brown and his wife are awakened by a mouse

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, They both start in pursuit

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, When the mouse runs into Mr Brown's nightcap

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Got him now said Brown

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Not quite said the mouse

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Hold on a minute said Mrs Brown

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, There now did you ever

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, In the end mousie wishes them good night

Professor Crotchet's musical recital (story: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Silentisma

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Introduzione

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, Scherzo

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Adagio con sentimento

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Piano

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Maestoso

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Capriccioso

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, Fuga del diavolo

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, Forte vivace

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Fortissimo vivacissimo

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Finale furioso

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, Bravo bravissimo

The robbers outwitted (comic: Bamforth & Co., 11 slides, 1899)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, Then to the mill they silently crept

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, She looked up and feigned alarm

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, Down from the window she looked upon them unobserved

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, Nothing daunted, the millstone she held ready

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, Came the millstone crashing over, crushing him quite flat

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, Attached the feather to the roller and watched for the result

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, He turned into a spiral form more curious than pleasant

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, He found the treasure, also the trap

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, Down went the lid and caught his head

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, The curious creatures there lay for inspection

The toothache (recitation: York & Son, 12 slides, in/before 1887)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Friend Grimshaw cannot eat his dinner from toothache

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, He is recommended to smoke

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, He tries the cold-water cure

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, He tries the hot stove

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, He goes to bed and piles the bed and pillows upon him

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, He calls on Professor Twister

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, The Professor examines the offending tooth

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, He proposes to extract it

  creator of source image(s): Slide 9, He has some difficulty in getting him to open his mouth

  creator of source image(s): Slide 10, He succeeds in extracting the tooth

  creator of source image(s): Slide 11, Grimshaw pays the Professor his fee

  creator of source image(s): Slide 12, He returns and eats a hearty meal with his better half

The two boys and the raven's nest (story: York & Son, 8 slides, in/before 1888)

  creator of source image(s): Slide 1, Two mischievous boys agree to capture a raven's nest

  creator of source image(s): Slide 2, The ladder, being a little too short, and not nicely balanced, topples over

  creator of source image(s): Slide 3, They fall into the mud and water below

  creator of source image(s): Slide 4, One of the boys is brought out by a dog, whose master happens to arrive at the spot

  creator of source image(s): Slide 5, The dog refuses to enter the filthy pond a second time

  creator of source image(s): Slide 6, His master reluctantly fetches out the other boy

  creator of source image(s): Slide 7, They all march homewards

  creator of source image(s): Slide 8, The raven's joy

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