The Hague, Inner Court - Amsterdam The Netherlands
The Hague, Inner Court - Amsterdam The Netherlands. (Den Haag Binnenhof). It houses the meeting place of both houses of the States General of the Netherlands, as well as the Ministry of General Affairs and the office of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands. Originally built as a ballroom, the Gothic Ridderzaal (a great hall, literally Knight's Hall) today forms the centre of the Binnenhof.
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BIARD, Fran篩s Auguste (1799-1882). Meeting between
BIARD, Fran篩s Auguste (1799-1882). Meeting between Louis-Philippe I (1773-1850) and Queen Victoria (1819-1901) at Le Treport, 2nd September 1843, 1844. Oil on canvas. FRANCE. ΌE-DE-FRANCE. YVELINES. Versailles. Palace of Versailles.
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Mrs Patrick Campbell & Lady Randolph Churchill
An interesting photograph showing the acclaimed stage beauty, Mrs Patrick Campbell (1865-1940), born Beatrice Stellar Tanner (pictured centre), in the same photograph as Mrs George Cornwallis-West (Lady Randolph Churchill, formerly Jennie Jerome, mother of Winston Churchill). Lady Randolph married George Cornwallis-West, a man twenty years her junior, in 1900. George began an affair with 'Mrs Pat' around 1909 and he and Jennie separated in 1912. She reverted to her old title of Lady Randolph Churchill and later married Montagu Porch. Picture shows the cast of 'His Borrowed Plumes,' a comedy play written by Jennie. Left to right top row, Miss Winifred Emery, Mr Henry Ainley, Mr Dawson Milward, Miss Stella Patrick-Campbell and seated Miss Annie Hughes and Lady Randolph Churchill. Date: 1914
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