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Dora Collection

Background imageDora Collection: Suffragette Dora Marsden Arrested

Suffragette Dora Marsden Arrested
Dora Marsden arrested after a protest at Manchester University in October 1909. She is seen wearing her academic gown having gained a BSC from Manchester Owens College

Background imageDora Collection: Original Fashion Illustration by Dora Sprinzel

Original Fashion Illustration by Dora Sprinzel Date: late 1930s

Background imageDora Collection: The Song the Kettle is Singing

The Song the Kettle is Singing (in a dear little place called home) - written and composed by Worton David and Lawrence Wright - sung with enormous success by Miss Florrie Forde and Miss Dora Lyric

Background imageDora Collection: Chez Fysher cabaret - Nielsen Fysher and Madame Stroeva

Chez Fysher cabaret - Nielsen Fysher and Madame Stroeva
The Chez Fysher show at Oddeninos restaurant in London, 1924 featuring as its star attraction, Madame Dora Stroeva who sang Russian songs before nightly audiences of most of the theatrical stars of

Background imageDora Collection: Stage Actress Miss Dora Langham

Stage Actress Miss Dora Langham. Date: circa 1908

Background imageDora Collection: Dora

Dora
A side profile portrait pastel sketch of a young lady named Dora, wearing a black hat, tilted on the side of her head, with red flowers draping into her hair. Date: circa 1901

Background imageDora Collection: The White Bridge

The White Bridge
Landscape watercolour showing a distant white bridge, spanning a river at Dora Creek, Macquarie, New South Wales. Date: circa 1918

Background imageDora Collection: Dora Creek

Dora Creek
This landscape watercolour of Dora Creek was the last painting of this medium by J. J. Hilder, Dora Creek is a small rural suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia

Background imageDora Collection: Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station

Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station, was the home of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Dora (his second wife)

Background imageDora Collection: Advert for the London couture house of Dora Ainsworth, 1927

Advert for the London couture house of Dora Ainsworth, 1927
Advert for the London couture house of Dora Ainsworth at 40 South Molton Street, London, 1927 Date: 1927

Background imageDora Collection: A portrait of the American dancer Dora Duby, Paris, 1930

A portrait of the American dancer Dora Duby, Paris, 1930 Date: 1930

Background imageDora Collection: Strength in Bronze, sculptures by Dora Gordine

Strength in Bronze, sculptures by Dora Gordine
Page from The Graphic reporting on the bronze sculptures by a young Russian girl, Dora Gordine, at the Leicester Galleries in 1928. Date: 1928

Background imageDora Collection: Book Plate by Charles E Dawson for Dora Sigerson

Book Plate by Charles E Dawson for Dora Sigerson
Book Plate designed by Charles E Dawson for Dora Sigerson. 1910

Background imageDora Collection: Dora Sigerson Shorter, Irish poet and sculptor

Dora Sigerson Shorter, Irish poet and sculptor
Dora Sigerson (1866-1918), Irish poet and sculptor, wife of Clement Shorter, English journalist, literary critic and editor of the Illustrated London News. 1898

Background imageDora Collection: Mrs Dora Montefiore, suffragist, in court

Mrs Dora Montefiore, suffragist, in court
Mrs Dora Montefiore (1851-1933), English-Australian womens suffragist, socialist, poet, and autobiographer, seen here in court on 31 October 1913. 1913

Background imageDora Collection: Doras Waltz and Doras Song

Doras Waltz and Doras Song
Promotional music sheet for Doras Waltz and Doras Song, composer unknown. Based on David Copperfield Charles Dickens novel of 1850

Background imageDora Collection: Twins, Betty & Beth Dodge

Twins, Betty & Beth Dodge
The Dodge Twins, from America, performing in a new musical called Oh Kay!, at His Majestys Theatre. 1927

Background imageDora Collection: Cartoon, Dora Discomfited -- when peace returns after the end of World War One

Cartoon, Dora Discomfited -- when peace returns after the end of World War One, we are once again free to write what we like without fear of the censors black pencil. Date: 1919

Background imageDora Collection: Sister Dora Statue, Walsall, Warwickshire

Sister Dora Statue, Walsall, Warwickshire
Sister Dora Statue, Walsall, near Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageDora Collection: View of a domestic interior, probably the home of Charles Ai

View of a domestic interior, probably the home of Charles Aitken at 28 Church Row, Hampstead, oil on canvas, glazed and framed in a gilt wood frame, by Ellen Dora Nicholson, 1913-1928. Date: 1913-1928

Background imageDora Collection: Telegraph House, home of Bertrand Russell

Telegraph House, home of Bertrand Russell
Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station, was the home of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Dora (his second wife)

Background imageDora Collection: Telegraph House, home of Bertrand Russell

Telegraph House, home of Bertrand Russell
Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station, was the home of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Dora (his second wife)

Background imageDora Collection: Fanny and Dora Watson, Kent / 178

Fanny and Dora Watson, Kent / 178
Fanny (right) and Dora (left) Watson. Taken at the Houghton photographic studio. The Watson Fanny Watson is wearing three War Service Bar stripes on her left arm

Background imageDora Collection: John Conrad Russell and his mother Dora Black

John Conrad Russell and his mother Dora Black
John Conrad Russell, 4th Earl Russell (1921-1987) and his mother Dora Black, Lady Russell (1894-1986). Dora Black was a British author, feminist and socialist campaigner

Background imageDora Collection: Tree-lined approach to Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station

Tree-lined approach to Telegraph House, constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station, the home of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Dora (his second wife)

Background imageDora Collection: Telegraph House notice, home of Bertrand Russell

Telegraph House notice, home of Bertrand Russell
Telegraph House notice -- private road, please drive slowly, children, no right of way. The house was constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station

Background imageDora Collection: Cartoon, tailoring for actors, J L Toole

Cartoon, tailoring for actors, J L Toole
Cartoon, tailoring for actors -- Actors pieces may be made up nowadays with every consideration to peculiarity of figure. (This cartoon is not intended to apply to anybody in particular)

Background imageDora Collection: A. B. C of Politics for Women Politicians

A. B. C of Politics for Women Politicians
A.B.C of Politics for Women Politicians. A.B.C of Politics for Women Politicians, Mary Lowndes & C. Hedley Charlton, Dora Meeson Coates. B is that baby. Date: 1910

Background imageDora Collection: Princess Dora D istria

Princess Dora D istria
Mme DORA D ISTRIA, nee Princess Elena Ghica, wife of Prince Alexander Koltov Massalsky. Romanian writer, feminist, ethnographer, historian, composer, alpinist etc etc

Background imageDora Collection: Diplomacy staring Gladys Cooper

Diplomacy staring Gladys Cooper
Diplomacy adapted from Dora by Victorien Sardou (5 September 1831 8 November 1908) at the Theatre du Vaudeville, Paris, on 22nd January 1877, by Clement Scott (6 October 1841 25 June 1904) and B. C

Background imageDora Collection: Fancy Dress - Miss Dora Langroyd as Fireworks

Fancy Dress - Miss Dora Langroyd as Fireworks
Miss Dora Langroyd dressed as fireworks for the Covent Garden Fancy Dress Ball in 1898. She is covered in a variety of fireworks, which, for the sake of her health and safety, one hopes are fake

Background imageDora Collection: Dora Bryan at a party

Dora Bryan at a party
Actress Dora Bryan (1923-2014), " the dolly of Drury Lane", laughs with a guest at a party she was throwing, backstage at the Theatre Royal

Background imageDora Collection: Five patients and two nurses outside Quex House

Five patients and two nurses outside Quex House
Five patients and two nurses photographed on the front doorsetp of Quex House. Four of the patients are wearing the hospital uniform of hospital blues worn by Imperial military hospital patients

Background imageDora Collection: Dora Barton

Dora Barton
DORA BARTON Actress, in oriental costume Date: 1908

Background imageDora Collection: Birchington VAD nurses

Birchington VAD nurses
Studio photograph (Houghton, Margate & Broadstairs) of the Birchington (Kent/178) VAD nurses. A group of ten nurses is shown

Background imageDora Collection: 1914 VAD staff in 1917

1914 VAD staff in 1917
Members of Birchington VAD staff who were the longest serving when the photograph was taken in 1917. Standing (left to right) Camille Van Dyck (Belgian, origianlly a patient)

Background imageDora Collection: VAD staff and domestic staff, Quex Park

VAD staff and domestic staff, Quex Park, Autumn 1917. Seated in the centre of the front row are (left to right) Major PHG Powell-Cotton, Mrs HB Powell-Cotton and Dr Worthington

Background imageDora Collection: Patients & Staff, Quex Park

Patients & Staff, Quex Park
Group of patients, VAD nurses and Quex House staff at the front of Quex House, Autumn 1917. Seated in the centre are (left to right) Major Powell-Cotton, Mrs HB Powell-Cotton and Dr Worthington

Background imageDora Collection: Members of Birchington VAD

Members of Birchington VAD. Seated (l-r) Mary Holmes (Lady Superintendent), Hannah Powell-Cotton (Commandant), Alice Cobb (Quartermaster). Standing (l-r) Elsie Alice Smith, Florence Perfect, ?, ?



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