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Our Elliott Collection of Images

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Choose from 76 pictures in our Our Elliott Collection of Images collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Finishing of the manufacture of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable

Completion of the Atlantic Telegraph cable as the last inch of cable passes through the machinery of Messrs Glass and Elliott at Morden Whard, East Greenwich. 2300 miles worth of cable were manufactured prior to the expedition of 1875 by the steam-ship 'Great Eastern'. The project was hampered by bad weather, but the cable was successfully laid the following year.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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At Maxine Elliott's chateau at Golfe Juan, French Riviera

Page from The Tatler reporting on distinguished guests enjoying the hospitality at the luxury villa belonging to American actress Maxine Elliott at Golfe Juan on the French Riviera. The villa was designed by architect Barry Dierks and built at a cost of 80, 000. Among its features were shaded balconies and a water chute from the swimming pool out into the sea. Among the guests featured here are Mrs Rhoda Lewisohn, Lady Castlerosse, Diana Forbes-Robertson (Maxine's niece and subsequent biographer), Sir Victor and Lady Warrender, Sir Michael Duff-Assheton-Smith and the novelist, Michael Arlen. Date: 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Caricatures at Royal Ascot, 1927

Weighing out for the cartoon stakes at Ascot - and some of the "the heads" whose colours have established a reputation for "showing up" at the Royal meeting. Included are Sir George Bullough, Lord Lonsdale, the Aga Khan, Sir Abe Bailey, Lord Glanely, Col Sofer Whitburn and Lord Derby. Jockeys in the chair are Steve Donoghue, C. Smirke, E. C. Elliott, T. Weston, Joe Childs, Jack Leach, J. Thwaites and Micky Beary. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans