Vanity Fair Politics Print - W. J Galloway
Title: 'He is very Affluent'
Date: Jan 11th 1906.
Description: Photolithograph from Vanity Fair 1906 by Max Beerbohm. William Johnson Galloway (5 October 1868 – 28 January 1931) was a British businessman and Conservative politician. Galloway was born on 5 October 1868 in Sale, Cheshire, and was the only son of John Galloway, JP. He was educated at Wellington College and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He made his home at Old Trafford, near Manchester, and became a partner in W & J Galloway & Sons, engineers and boiler makers, in the city. He was active in the Conservative Party in Manchester, and at the 1892 general election stood unsuccessfully for the party in the South-Eastern or Rugby Division of Warwickshire. In 1895 he was elected as Member of Parliament for Manchester South West. He held the seat until the 1906 general election, when he was defeated by a Labour Party opponent. Music. Shooting. Theatre. Played Bridge. By Beerbohm
Condition: Good. Some minor spotting to margins.
Image size: 370 x 210mm
14.5 x 8.25" approx.
Order No. beerbohm-galloway