George Douglas, designer

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George Douglas, born in 1867, was a little-known designer who was born in Greenwich, London and was active as a poster designer in the 1890's and early 1900's'.

A poster entitled ‘Nestle’s Swiss Milk the Richest in Cream’ designed by Douglas and printed by Ibbetson and Armitage, Ltd., Stott Hill Works, Bradford, is illustrated in The Poster March 1900.

His wife Sarah Effie Douglas (1870-1966) was born in South Shields, Northumberland. In the 1911 census, she is also described as a designer of 'Show Cards & Posters Art For Lithographic Printer (sic)'. She was living at the time in Bradford with her husband.

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