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Slide set: Caudle's lectures (story: Poulton & Son, 9 slides, in/before 1891)

Known references to this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 21
Caudle and his wife going to bed
Slide 22
Caudle lectured about late hours
Slide 23
Caudle lectured about clothing his children
Slide 24
Caudle being lectured about pancakes and cold mutton
Slide 25
Blackbeetles attack Mrs Caudle
Slide 26
Caudle lectured about Temperance
Slide 27
Caudle lectured about Freemasonry
Slide 28
Caudle lectured about bachelor suppers and punch-making
Slide 29
Caudle's Baby
1905
Catalogue of optical lantern slides (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1905), 129

“From Life.

Mrs Caudle's Curtain Lectures are too well known to be more than referred to here. The Slides show the lady lecturing her better(?) half on late hours, clothing the children, pancakes and cold mutton, temperance and freemasonry, bachelors' suppers, and the baby.”

Other reference
Mark Butterworth, ‘The story behind the slides: Caudle's curtain lectures’ in NMLJ 9.3 (Winter 2002)
Lucerna ID  3000967

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 5 May 2020

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