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Cicely Collection

Background imageCicely Collection: Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women

Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women. Words and music of The March of the Women composed by Ethel Smyth, dedicated to the Womens Social & Political Union, written in 1911

Background imageCicely Collection: Ellen Cicely Wilkinson

Ellen Cicely Wilkinson
ELLEN CICELY WILKINSON Trade union and womens rights activist, who led the march of workers to London on the Jarrow Crusade

Background imageCicely Collection: Sweet cicely, Myrrhis odorata

Sweet cicely, Myrrhis odorata
Sweet cicely or great chervil, Myrrhis odorata (Scandix odorata). Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a drawing by James Sowerby for James Smiths English Botany, 1800

Background imageCicely Collection: Salad herbs, plantes condimentaires pour salades

Salad herbs, plantes condimentaires pour salades. Parsley, Apium petroselinum, cicely, Myrrhis odorata, watercress, Nasturtium officinale, cress, Lepidium sativum, and summer savory

Background imageCicely Collection: Jack Hulbert / Cicely

Jack Hulbert / Cicely
JACK HULBERT British actor and comedian with his wife Cicely Courtneidge in By the Way

Background imageCicely Collection: Marriage of Rebecca West, novelist and critic

Marriage of Rebecca West, novelist and critic
Marriage of Rebecca West (Cicely Isabel Fairfield, 1892-1983), novelist and critic. Seen here arriving at the church at Abinger, Surrey, with her sister, Dr Fairfield, who gave her away

Background imageCicely Collection: Courtneidge and Welchman in film The Cinema Star

Courtneidge and Welchman in film The Cinema Star
Cicely Courtneidge as Phyllis and Harry Welchman as Victor de Brett in film The Cinema Star'. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely

Cicely
A portrait oil painting of Cicely, a young girl with vivid blue eyes, and green leaves in her mussed hair. Date: circa 1919

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Draws My Portrait

Cicely Draws My Portrait
A pastel sketch of a young girl, who is busy drawing a portrait of the artist herself, effectively, two people drawing each other. Date: circa 1919

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Turner, actress, portrait in frilled hat and gown

Cicely Turner, actress, portrait in frilled hat and gown
Cicely Turner, actress, studio portrait in frilled hat and gown. Turner had recently appeared at Betsy Baker in a musical farce by Lawrence Hanray. Date: 1895

Background imageCicely Collection: Hyperion in the Paddock

Hyperion in the Paddock
The racehorse Hyperion, winner of the Derby in a record time of 2 minutes 34 seconds. In the foreground are Cicely Lambton (1882-1972), wife of trainer George Lambton, and Mr Oswood, the head lad

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert

Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert
Cicely Courtneidge (1893-1980) and her husband Jack Hulbert (1892-1978) appearing in their latest film Jack's The Boy'. Date: 1932

Background imageCicely Collection: Music cover, Keep on the Bright Side, from Happy Ever After

Music cover, Keep on the Bright Side, from Happy Ever After
Music Cover, Keep on the Bright Side, words by Douglas Furber, music by Werner R Heymann, from the UFA film Happy Ever After Date: 1932

Background imageCicely Collection: Sand Pies. Seaside Holidays

Sand Pies. Seaside Holidays by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Looking for Shells. Seaside Holidays

Looking for Shells. Seaside Holidays by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: The Telescope Seaside Holidays Children's Postcard

The Telescope Seaside Holidays Children's Postcard
The, Telescope, Seaside, Holidays, Children's, Postcard, design, Watercolour, painting, Cicely, Mary, Barker, 12022013

Background imageCicely Collection: The Sand Castle. Seaside Holidays

The Sand Castle. Seaside Holidays by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Paddling. Seaside Holidays

Paddling. Seaside Holidays by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Bathing. Seaside Holidays

Bathing. Seaside Holidays by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Serbia & Montenegro. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Serbia & Montenegro. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Russia. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Russia. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Portugal. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Portugal. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Japan. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Japan. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Italy. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Italy. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Great Britain. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Great Britain. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: France. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

France. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Belgium. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork

Belgium. WWI Children of the Allies, artwork by Cicely Mary Barker

Background imageCicely Collection: Jack Hulbert in Clowns in Clover, Adelphi Theatre, London

Jack Hulbert in Clowns in Clover, Adelphi Theatre, London
Jack Hulbert in Clowns in Clover, Adelphi Theatre, Strand, London, also with Cicely Courtneidge and June. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageCicely Collection: The Light Blues, Theatre Royal, Manchester, Robert Courtneidges new musical comedy

The Light Blues, Theatre Royal, Manchester, Robert Courtneidges new musical comedy, with Dorothy Ward, Cicely Courtneidge, Jack Hulbert and others. Date: circa 1915

Background imageCicely Collection: Advert for Phosferine tonic featuring the actress

Advert for Phosferine tonic featuring the actress Cicely Debenham, appearing in Patricia at His Majesty s, London, 1925 Date: 1925

Background imageCicely Collection: Sketch cover - Cicely Debenham in Zig-Zag, London Hippodrome

Sketch cover - Cicely Debenham in Zig-Zag, London Hippodrome
Cicely Debenham as Louana Lou of Honolulu in the revue " Zig-Zag!" at the London Hippodrome in 1917. Date: 1917

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Courtneidge in The Perfect Gentleman (1935)

Cicely Courtneidge in The Perfect Gentleman (1935) wearing a stirking Dolly Tree creation Date: 1935

Background imageCicely Collection: Heather Angel and Cicely Courtneidge - The Perfect Gentleman

Heather Angel and Cicely Courtneidge - The Perfect Gentleman
Heather Angel (left) and Cicely Courtneidge in The Perfect Gentleman (1935) wearing Dolly Tree creations Date: 1935

Background imageCicely Collection: Fools parsley, Aethusa cynapium

Fools parsley, Aethusa cynapium
Fools parsley, fools cicely, or poison parsley, Aethusa cynapium. Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Courtneidge, Australian-born comic actress

Cicely Courtneidge, Australian-born comic actress. Date: 1934

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Courtneidge as an Eton-cropped flapper

Cicely Courtneidge as an Eton-cropped flapper
Actress Cicely Courtneidge made up as a typical eton-cropped, cigarette-smoking flapper in Cleansing the Stage sketch in the revue, " By the Way". Date: 1925

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Hamilton and Edith Craig, suffragettes

Cicely Hamilton and Edith Craig, suffragettes
Cicely Hamilton (1872-1952) and Edith Craig (1869-1947). Edith was the daughter of the actress Ellen Terry, a theatre director, producer, costume designer and pioneer of the womens suffrage movement

Background imageCicely Collection: Suffragette chained to prison window

Suffragette chained to prison window
Suffragette poems cover illustration: Beware! A warning to Suffragists by Cicely Hamilton, sketches by M Lowndes, D Meeson Coates and C Hedley Charlton: Artists Suffrage League, 1908 Date: 1908

Background imageCicely Collection: The House That Jack Built, Adelphi Theatre, London

The House That Jack Built, Adelphi Theatre, London
The House That Jack Built, a new revue presented by Jack Hulbert and Paul Murray, at the Adelphi Theatre, London, with Cicely Courtneidge and Jack Hulbert, music by Ivor Novello

Background imageCicely Collection: Children paddling at the seaside

Children paddling at the seaside
Children having fun by the seaside. From a postcard published by J Salmon of Sevenoaks. Date: circa 1925

Background imageCicely Collection: Suffragette Play How the Vote was Won

Suffragette Play How the Vote was Won. A production of Cicely Hamiltons play How the Vote was Won was given at Cardiffs Royal Hotel on 12th November 1909

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Hamilton and Edith Craig

Cicely Hamilton and Edith Craig. Cicely Hamilton (1872-1952) and Edith Craig (1869-1947) portraits of Cicely Hamilton and Edith Craig

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely and Winifred Mordaunt, WW1

Cicely and Winifred Mordaunt, WW1
Miss Cicely and Miss Winifred Mordaunt, youngest daughters of Sir Charles Mordaunt, 10th Baronet and his wife Mary Louise Cholmondeley of Walton Hall, Warwick

Background imageCicely Collection: Box O Tricks revue by Albert de Courville and Wal Pink

Box O Tricks revue by Albert de Courville and Wal Pink
Reverse side of postcard for Box O Tricks revue by Albert de Courville and Wal Pink. The 8th London Hippodrome Revue with music by Dave Stamper and Frederick Chapelle

Background imageCicely Collection: A portait of the actress Cicely Debenham

A portait of the actress Cicely Debenham, who is appearing in The Cousin From Nowhere at the Princess Theatre, London, 1923 Date: 1923

Background imageCicely Collection: Cicely Courtneidge

Cicely Courtneidge (1893 - 1980), Actress of stage and film

Background imageCicely Collection: Portraits of campaigners for womens rights

Portraits of campaigners for womens rights
Portraits of various campaigners for womens rights, who led a Suffragist Procession on 13 June 1908 from the Embankment to the Albert Hall: Charlotte Despard (Leader of the Womens Freedom League)

Background imageCicely Collection: Lady Noggs by Cicely Hamilton

Lady Noggs by Cicely Hamilton
Promotional postcard for Lady Noggs by Cicely Hamilton from a story by Edgar Jepson. First produced at the Comedy Theatre, 15th February 1913



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