Three American soldiers, Camp Dodge, Iowa, WW1
Three American soldiers (known as Doughboys) at Camp Dodge, Iowa, USA, during the First World War, with 1917 Enfield rifles. They were part of the 352nd Infantry, 88th Division, which served in Alsace, France. The man in the middle is Willner Eugene Sandell (1894-1984), who emigrated to the USA from Sweden in 1913. The card was posted from Sweden in November 1918.
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Dover Street To Dixie revue by M Harvey, H Simpson & L Wylie
Dover Street To Dixie revue by Morris Harvey, Harold Simpson and Lauri Wylie (25 May 1880 1951), with music by Herman Darewski, at the London Palladium. Staged by Frank Collins with the 'Dances and Ensembles by Jennie and Edward Dolly'. Jennie was one half of the well known 'Dolly Sisters' from this period and their brother Edward was also a dancer and choreographer. First produced at the London Pavilion on 31st May 1923. The London productions of Charles B. Cochran advertised on the reverse include Eugene O Neills Anna Christie and an Eleonora Duse season, as well as other revues. Date: 1923
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Aumale, Henri Eugene Philippe d'Orleans, Duke of (1822-1897)
Aumale, Henri Eugene Philippe d'Orleans, Duke of (Paris, 1822, Zucco, 1897). Fourth son of Louis Philippe. In 1840 he took part in the campaign of Algeria, was named governor general of the French dominions in Africa in 1847. After the fall of Louis Philippe in the 1848 revolution, he emigrated to Britain. Colored engraving.
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