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Cathleen Collection

Background imageCathleen Collection: Bystander front cover - Marchioness of Queensberry

Bystander front cover - Marchioness of Queensberry
Cathleen Mann (1896-1959), Artist; second wife of Francis A. Kelhead, 11th Marquess of Queensbury; daughter of Harrington Mann

Background imageCathleen Collection: Lady Queensberry with her children and Hon. Mrs. Rose

Lady Queensberry with her children and Hon. Mrs. Rose
Cathleen Sabine Mann (1896-1959), Artist; former wife of 11th Marquess of Queensberry, and later wife of J. R. Follett; daughter of Harrington Mann with her children David Harrington Angus Douglas

Background imageCathleen Collection: Theatre goes rural

Theatre goes rural
With many London theatres closed, this production of On Approval was rehearsed in a barn in Buckinghamshire, then toured the provinces. Date: 1940

Background imageCathleen Collection: A scene from The Constant Nymph at New Theatre, London (1926) with Helen Spencer, Edna Best

A scene from The Constant Nymph at New Theatre, London (1926) with Helen Spencer, Edna Best, Elissi Landi, Cathleen Newbitt and Cecil Parker Date: 1926

Background imageCathleen Collection: A scene (a burlesque on German student life) from An Und Aus

A scene (a burlesque on German student life) from An Und Aus, the Herman Haller revue at the Admiralspalast, Berlin 1926 Date: 1926

Background imageCathleen Collection: Review of Walter Greenwoods Love on the Dole at the Garrick Theatre in The Bystander

Review of Walter Greenwoods Love on the Dole at the Garrick Theatre in The Bystander magazine, complete with caricatures of the leading characters by Rouson. Date: 1935

Background imageCathleen Collection: Margaret Whigham at the Westminster Hospital Ball

Margaret Whigham at the Westminster Hospital Ball
A quartette of young society women at the Westminster Hospital Ball at the Dorchester Hotel in June 1931. From left, Miss Margaret Whigham, Miss Cathleen Nesbitt

Background imageCathleen Collection: Cathleen Mann, Marchioness of Queensberry as Pearls

Cathleen Mann, Marchioness of Queensberry as Pearls
Cathleen Mann (1896-1959), aka The Marchioness of Queensberry, wife of the 11th Marquess, artist and costume designer, here representing Pearls at the Jewels of the Empire Ball taking place on 26th

Background imageCathleen Collection: Cathleen Mann aka Marchioness of Queensberry

Cathleen Mann aka Marchioness of Queensberry
Cathleen Mann (1896-1959), Artist; second wife of Francis A. Kelhead, 11th Marquess of Queensbury; daughter of Harrington Mann

Background imageCathleen Collection: Kathleen Mason, 1928

Kathleen Mason, 1928
Lady Aspinall, n饠 Kathleen Mason, gazes into a mirror. This photograph was published on the occasion of her wedding to Sir Algernon Aspinall

Background imageCathleen Collection: Cathleen Mann, 1928

Cathleen Mann, 1928
Artist Cathleen Mann, The Marchioness of Queensbury (1896-1959). 1928

Background imageCathleen Collection: Cathleen Mann, 1940

Cathleen Mann, 1940
Artist and costume designer Cathleen Mann, Lady Queensbury, alongside Rosaleen Forbes. Both women worked in the Mechanised Transport Corps during the War. 1940

Background imageCathleen Collection: Marchioness of Queensberry by Madame Yevonde

Marchioness of Queensberry by Madame Yevonde
The Marchioness of Queensberry by Madame Yevonde, formerly Cathleen Sabine Mann (1896-1959). She was an artist who exhibited at various galleries in London

Background imageCathleen Collection: Miss Cathleen Nesbitt, A study by Olive Snell

Miss Cathleen Nesbitt, A study by Olive Snell
Miss Cathleen Nesbitt (1888-1982) She starred in a wide variety of plays with styles from comic Shakesphere to Serious Drama, noteably The Merchant of Venice and Loyalties

Background imageCathleen Collection: Cathleen Nesbitt

Cathleen Nesbitt
CATHLEEN NESBITT English film and stage actress. Admired by the poet Rupert Brooke. Had a career spanning seventy years


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