Drumming up business - C.H. Ward of 98 Woodgrange Road suggests that if your business is slow, come to him and he'll print you some material that is bound to raise your profile.
Arthur William Shields of 139 Forest Lane was a manufacturing optician who made lenses for microscopes.
Miss Jacobi of 59 Claremont Road, Forest Gate, E7, offered painting and drawing classes in her home in 1898.
This humerous little sketch, measuring only 2½" x 3¼" ( 1.6 x 8cms), is probably a self-caricature by Charles Ward a local printer and artistic compositor who had a business in Woodgrange Road, Forest Gate. It is among his typographcal specimen catalogue.
Miss F.M. Rogers of 33 Carnarvon Road gave dancing lessons at home and at Wanstead Slip Conservative Club.
Florence A. Pentin of 52 Hampton Road was a vocalist and not ashamed to print the reviews on her headed paper.