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Scrapbook Page for Sir Alfred Downing Fripp

Sir Alfred Downing Fripp

Photo supplied by Rodney Fripp~~From Alfred's biography by Cecil Roberts

Sir Alfred by SPY

This cartoon of Sir Alfred, titled "Master of the Knife" appeared in Vanity Fair 18th September 1907.~~The artist, Sir Leslie Ward (1851-1922), portrayed many famous people in Vanity Fair under the pseudonym of SPY. ~~

Sir Alfred with family

Probably taken at the Mill House, Lulworth.~~Lady Daisy and Sir Alfred with, L to R:~~Venetia, Margaret, Betty and Boo (Alfred Thomas)~~Picture supplied by Sarah Pearce

Father and Son

Sir Alfred with young Rex, about 1916.~~Photo supplied by Sarah Pearce