The Ingold/Hughes Cartoons

In 1944, the Department returned to London, and in 1947 (?) Hughes rejoined Ingold from Bangor. There was a talented cartoonist, John Mackie, in the Department at the time, and the event is recorded in one of Mackie's drawings. Others illustrated mesomerism and steric hindrance, and one, drawn on the occasion of the award of the Chemical Society's Longstaff medal. shows the leading members of the Department at that time.

cartoon1 Mesomerism cartoon The latest triumph cartoon Steric Hindrance cartoon
'Together again' 'Mesomerism' 'The latest triumph' 'Steric Hindrance'