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A photograph of a group of evacuees, taken in September 1938 by George W Roper for the Daily Herald. The children, carrying a few possessions in brown-paper parcels and bags, are moving for safety from Haverstock Hill School in Hampstead, London, to the countryside. Each child wears a ticket on their coat to identify them in the event of their being lost.

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George & Mildred (1976-79) - Thames Television comedy starring Brian Murphy and Yootha Joyce which ran for five series.

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Details about Wedding poems asking for money gifts not presents - Ref: no 10

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Personalised Bachelorette Sash - bridal shower - Hen Party Sash - Bride to be - gold glitter handmade

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Pensioners protest, 23 November 1938, George W. Roper, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

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Sally Thomsett, Paula Wilcox and Richard O'Sullivan - Man About the House 1973

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Mothers and children on a milk demonstration, 15 May 1939, George W. Roper, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

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The Hammersmith schools annual athletics meeting, held at White City, London. June 1938. Photograph by George W Roper.

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A photograph of Miss Babs Smith wearing a hat decorated with a miniature aeroplane, taken in May 1938 by George W Roper for the Daily Herald. Miss Smith was attending the Royal Aeronautical Society's Garden Party, held at Fairey Airfield, Harmondsworth, Middlesex.

George & Mildred. Image shows from L to R: Mildred Roper (Yootha Joyce), George Roper (Brian Murphy).

Where are they now... ? Man About The House star Brian Murphy

BRIAN is best known for playing George Roper, the henpecked husband of Mildred in six series of the ITV sitcom Man About The House (1973-76) and five of spin-off George & Mildred (1976-79).

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A photograph of J W Simmons, a London taxi driver, taken in January 1940 by George W Roper for the Daily Herald.

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Queens Park Rangers footballers during training, taken in January 1939 by George W Roper. The players are, from left to right: McCarth, Alf Ridyard (1908-1981), unidentified player, Marsh, James, Reg Allen (1919-1976) and Ted Reay.

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