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Elliott Collection

Background imageElliott Collection: Chateau de L Horizon - Riviera villa of Maxine Elliott

Chateau de L Horizon - Riviera villa of Maxine Elliott
The Chateau L Horizon, the extensive and luxurious villa built at Golfe Juan on the French Rivera by American actress Maxine Elliott

Background imageElliott Collection: Famous jockeys - Charles Elliott

Famous jockeys - Charles Elliott
Charlie Elliott, flat race jockey and winner of the 1927 Derby on Call Boy, pictured in the c olours of Lord Rosebery for whom he had many successes. Date: 1927

Background imageElliott Collection: Darwin / Elliott & Fry

Darwin / Elliott & Fry
CHARLES DARWIN Naturalist

Background imageElliott Collection: Chocolate Coloured Coons, The Palace of Chocolate

Chocolate Coloured Coons, The Palace of Chocolate, with G H Elliott and Alf Lawrence. G H Elliott was a music hall star and singer of the song, Frys Chocolate Major, words by A J Mills

Background imageElliott Collection: Caricatures at Royal Ascot, 1927

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

Background imageElliott Collection: Elliot Colliery, New Tredegar, Rhymney Valley, South Wales

Elliot Colliery, New Tredegar, Rhymney Valley, South Wales
General view of the Elliot Colliery, New Tredegar, Rhymney Valley, South Wales

Background imageElliott Collection: Guests at the Riviera villa of Maxine Elliott, 1933

Guests at the Riviera villa of Maxine Elliott, 1933
A page from The Bystander reporting on the distinguished guests being entertained at the Chateau l Horizon, the villa belonging to American actress

Background imageElliott Collection: Jh Newman / Elliott & Fry

Jh Newman / Elliott & Fry
JOHN HENRY NEWMAN Catholic convert, subsequently a cardinal

Background imageElliott Collection: Maxine Elliott in her garden at Bushey

Maxine Elliott in her garden at Bushey
Maxine Elliott (1868 - 1940), American actress, reputed lover of J. P. Morgan and later, the New Zealand tennis player, Anthony Wilding who was killed in 1915

Background imageElliott Collection: Finishing of the manufacture of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable

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

Background imageElliott Collection: Jg Wood / Elliott & F Cdv

Jg Wood / Elliott & F Cdv
JOHN GEORGE WOOD English clergyman and writer on natural history

Background imageElliott Collection: Aero Commander 680E G-ASHI

Aero Commander 680E G-ASHI (msn 658-255), of Elliott Automation. Date: circa 1968

Background imageElliott Collection: German Shepherd dog, 1960

German Shepherd dog, 1960
CHIEFTON OF DEANTHORPE, German Shepherd dog, owned by Elliott. Date: 1964

Background imageElliott Collection: G H Elliott, singer of the song, Frys Chocolate Major

G H Elliott, singer of the song, Frys Chocolate Major
G H Elliott, music hall star and singer of the song Frys Chocolate Major, words by A J Mills, music by Bennett Scott

Background imageElliott Collection: The Racehorse Xandover

The Racehorse Xandover, a recent winner at Newmarket, being ridden by jockey Edward Charlie Elliott. Date: 1931

Background imageElliott Collection: The Racehorse Scherzo

The Racehorse Scherzo
The racehorse Scherzo with jockey Charlie Elliott (1904-1979). Also pictured are Scherzo's owner Captain J Fielden, and trainer O. Bell. Date: circa 1925

Background imageElliott Collection: Sculling championship won by Edward Hanlan, River Tyne

Sculling championship won by Edward Hanlan, River Tyne
The Sculling Championship won by Canadian Edward Hanlan over Englishman William Elliott, on the River Tyne, 19 June 1879 Date: 1879

Background imageElliott Collection: Morning Light

Morning Light
A landscape oil painting showing a vast Australian landscape on a bright morning. Date: circa 1918

Background imageElliott Collection: Frost Morning

Frost Morning
Oil painting showing some cows inside a fenced area, during a frosty morning in the countryside. Date: circa 1916

Background imageElliott Collection: IAE President, 1909-10, Henry Selby Hele-Shaw

IAE President, 1909-10, Henry Selby Hele-Shaw, by Elliott and Fry. Date: 1910

Background imageElliott Collection: IAE President, 1906-08, Colonel Rookes Evelyn Bell Crompton

IAE President, 1906-08, Colonel Rookes Evelyn Bell Crompton, by Elliott and Fry. Date: 1908

Background imageElliott Collection: The cast of Don t Listen, Ladies, written by Sacha Guitry, and staged at the St

The cast of Don t Listen, Ladies, written by Sacha Guitry, and staged at the St. Jamess Theatre in London in 1948, caricatured by Tom Tit in The Tatler

Background imageElliott Collection: IAE President, 1944-45, John Shearman, by Elliott and Fry

IAE President, 1944-45, John Shearman, by Elliott and Fry. Date: 1945

Background imageElliott Collection: IAE President, 1910-11, Frederick William Lanchester

IAE President, 1910-11, Frederick William Lanchester, by Elliott and Fry. Date: 1911

Background imageElliott Collection: IAE President, 1919-20, Thomas Clarkson, by Elliott and Fry

IAE President, 1919-20, Thomas Clarkson, by Elliott and Fry. Date: 1920

Background imageElliott Collection: American dancers Cynthia Perot and Elliott Taylor, London

American dancers Cynthia Perot and Elliott Taylor, London
The American dancers Cynthia Perot and Elliott Taylor, Londo (dancing at the Embassy Club and appearing in A Little Dutch Girl at the Lyric Theatre), 1920 Date: 1920

Background imageElliott Collection: Grocery Store, Meikle Park, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada

Grocery Store, Meikle Park, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada
Grocery Store of proprietor George Elliott, at 690 Red River Road, Meikle Park, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. circa 1920

Background imageElliott Collection: Music cover, I se A-Waitin For Yer, Josie

Music cover, I se A-Waitin For Yer, Josie, words by Frederick W Leigh, music by Henry E Pether, sung by G H Elliott. Date: 1900s

Background imageElliott Collection: Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Liberal Prime Minister

Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Liberal Prime Minister
Henry Campbell-Bannerman, British Liberal Prime Minister (1905-1908)

Background imageElliott Collection: Prince George, Duke of Cambridge

Prince George, Duke of Cambridge (1819-1904). 1900

Background imageElliott Collection: Miss Poole, Royal Globe Theatre, London

Miss Poole, Royal Globe Theatre, London
Advert for Elliott and Fry, photographers -- Miss Poole, Royal Globe Theatre, Newcastle Street, Strand, London, under the management of Alex Henderson. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Miss Litton, Imperial Theatre, Royal Aquarium, London

Miss Litton, Imperial Theatre, Royal Aquarium, London
Advert for Elliott and Fry, photographers -- Miss Marie Litton (1847-1884), English actress and theatre manager, Sole Lessee and Manager, Imperial Theatre, Royal Aquarium, London. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Madame Trebelli, Her Majestys Theatre, London

Madame Trebelli, Her Majestys Theatre, London
Advert for Elliott and Fry, photographers -- Madame Zelia Trebelli-Bettini (Zelia Gilbert, 1836-1892), French opera singer, Her Majestys Theatre, London, J H Mapleson, Lessee and Manager. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Madame Pertoldi, Royal Alhambra Theatre, London

Madame Pertoldi, Royal Alhambra Theatre, London
Advert for Elliott and Fry, photographers -- Madame Pertoldi, Royal Alhambra Theatre, London, Charles Morton, Manager. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Madame Albani, Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London

Madame Albani, Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London
Advert for Elliott and Fry, photographers -- Madame Albani (Dame Emma Albani, 1847-1930), operatic soprano at the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London, Ernest Gye, Lessee and Manager. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Advert, King Edward I in Madame Tussauds Waxworks

Advert, King Edward I in Madame Tussauds Waxworks. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Advert, Elliott and Fry photographers, London

Advert, Elliott and Fry photographers, London
Advert, Elliott and Fry, artists and photographers, Baker Street, Portman Square, London. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Edgar Bruce, Prince of Wales Theatre, London

Edgar Bruce, Prince of Wales Theatre, London
Edgar Bruce, Lessee and Manager of the Prince of Wales Theatre, London. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: D James and T Thorne, Vaudeville Theatre, London

D James and T Thorne, Vaudeville Theatre, London
David James (David Belasco) and Thomas Thorne, first managers of the Vaudeville Theatre, London. 1880

Background imageElliott Collection: Mary Moore, Criterion Theatre, London

Mary Moore, Criterion Theatre, London
Mary Moore (Mrs Albery, 1861-1931), actress and theatre manager, business partner with Charles Wyndham at the Criterion Theatre. They married much later, in 1916. 1880s

Background imageElliott Collection: Clara Jecks, Royal Adelphi Theatre, London

Clara Jecks, Royal Adelphi Theatre, London
Clara Jecks (1857-1951), English musical comedy performer, Royal Adelphi Theatre, London. 1880s

Background imageElliott Collection: Middlesex Rugby Team

Middlesex Rugby Team: Bullock, Newbigging, Kendall, Gilmore, Foster, Gibbon, Cobb, Dixon, Wells, Moore, Hooper, Elliott, Bodington, Gilbert, Bond. 1890s

Background imageElliott Collection: Bob Wyatt - English Cricketer

Bob Wyatt - English Cricketer
Robert Bob Elliott Storey Wyatt (1901-1995) - English cricket player. He played for Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and the English cricket team. Date: 1935

Background imageElliott Collection: Actress Miss Gertrude Elliott

Actress Miss Gertrude Elliott (1874-1950), later wife of Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson in the role of housemaid Peggy in Mice and Men. Date: 1902

Background imageElliott Collection: The Light That Failed - Actress Miss Gertrude Elliott

The Light That Failed - Actress Miss Gertrude Elliott
The Light That Failed a play version of the novel by Rudyard Kipling (written by George Fleming) - Actress Miss Gertrude Elliott (1874-1950)

Background imageElliott Collection: Button Making, Elliotts Factory, Birmingham 1844

Button Making, Elliotts Factory, Birmingham 1844
A woman sits in front of a gilding oven at Elliotts Button Factory, Birmingham. The buttons are coated in a mixture of mercury and gold

Background imageElliott Collection: LURE OF LEICESTER SQUARE

LURE OF LEICESTER SQUARE
THE LURE OF LEICESTER SQUARE (William J Elliott) A young girl seeks to entice passing males... Date: circa 1938

Background imageElliott Collection: View of Seattle, USA, from a ferry crossing Elliott Bay

View of Seattle, USA, from a ferry crossing Elliott Bay
Passengers admire the view of Seattle, USA, from a ferry crossing Elliott Bay, Puget Sound. Date: circa 1990



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