Two Duff Highlanders at Braemar Games, Scotland
Two kilted Duff Highlanders from the Mar Estate discussing the Braemar Highland Games where King George V and Queen Mary were in attendance. The elder gentleman (left) is Alexander Grassic Cumming who resided at Fife Cottages in Braemar (overlooking the Games Park). The younger gent is likely his son John who also lived in Braemar.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/The Pete Frost Collection
Three daytime outfits by Drecoll, Poiret and Jenny
Three women in the latest day wear. On the left, a black scoop neck dress with large red rose to the side, by Drecoll. In the middle, a white, red and black print dress and black coat, by Paul Poiret. On the right, a blue sleeveless visitor's dress in crepe de chine and muslin, by Jenny.
© Mary Evans Picture Library
Austrias oldest scout at World Jamboree
Austria's oldest scout, Fieldmaster Josef Gradwohl of Vienna, aged 77, chatting with a young scout at the 1951 World Jamboree, near Bad Ischl. Twenty thousand boy scouts from 25 nations attended the event, which was the seventh of its kind. Date: 1951
© Mary Evans / The Scout Association
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