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Background imageFlier Collection: The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London

The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London
Board-mounted promotional poster for The Camden Turkish Baths, 11a Kentish Town Road, London - designed and erected under the personal superintendence of Mr. H. H. Bridgeman ARIBA Arch

Background imageFlier Collection: The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin - Flyer, Eastbourne Production

The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin - Flyer, Eastbourne Production
The Blue Ray by Shirland Quin. First produced at the Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne on 28th November 1927. Back and front pages of the flyer for the Eastbourne production

Background imageFlier Collection: Chung Ling Soo (real name William Robinson)

Chung Ling Soo (real name William Robinson). The other side of the previously shown circular flyer showing a portrait of Soo in the centre of a Willow Pattern Plate

Background imageFlier Collection: Chanteclair or Hi! Cock-a-Lorum by Joe Peterman

Chanteclair or Hi! Cock-a-Lorum by Joe Peterman and Geo Ricketts co, with music by Frank Leedham. First produced at the Oxford Music Hall on 20th June 1910

Background imageFlier Collection: Les Cloches de Corneville by Clairville and Charles Gabet

Les Cloches de Corneville by Clairville and Charles Gabet. It was adapted into English by H. B. Farnie and Robert Reece. Reverse of the previous flyer for the Halifax Amateur Operatic Society

Background imageFlier Collection: 8d a Mile by George Grossman and Fred Thompson

8d a Mile by George Grossman and Fred Thompson
Back page of the flyer " 8 d a Mile ". George Grossmith produced the revue and was the co-writer with Fred Thompson

Background imageFlier Collection: Percival P3 Gull Six, G-ADPR, Jean, used by Jean Batten

Percival P3 Gull Six, G-ADPR, Jean, used by Jean Batten
Percival P3 Gull Six, G-ADPR, Jean, used by Jean Gardner Batten, CBE, OSC (19091982), - a New Zealand aviatrix - on two record-breaking flights in the 1930s. Date: circa 1937

Background imageFlier Collection: Boeing B-52H Stratofortress 60-0008

Boeing B-52H Stratofortress 60-0008
United States Air Force - Boeing B-52H-135-BW Stratofortress 60-0008 (msn 464373)of the 19th Bombardment Wing, with a humorous caption on the nose: - Dear Rocky, not to win is a very Bad Thing

Background imageFlier Collection: The Two Orphans, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime

The Two Orphans, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime
The Two Orphans, in Flewso the Flier, the Summerdown revuesical panto, at the Pier Theatre, Eastbourne. 1917

Background imageFlier Collection: Wright Flier II or III biplane early 1900s

Wright Flier II or III biplane early 1900s

Background imageFlier Collection: Motoring and Aviation Record Breakers

Motoring and Aviation Record Breakers
Sir Henry Tim Birkin (1896-1933) and Dorothy Paget (1905-1960) showing off their Bentley. And James Allan Jim Mollison (1905-1959)

Background imageFlier Collection: Jim Mollison and Kangeroo

Jim Mollison and Kangeroo
Scottish aviator James Allan Jim Mollison (1905-1959) was greeted by a kangaroo in Croydon, at the end of his record breaking flight from Australia to England

Background imageFlier Collection: Miss F. J. Crossley, Aviatrix

Miss F. J. Crossley, Aviatrix
Miss F. J. Crossley, a female aviator who had recently competed in an air race around England. Date: 1931

Background imageFlier Collection: Members of the ATA (Women's Section)

Members of the ATA (Women's Section)
Members of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) Women's Section. Winifred Crossley (d. 2008) was one of the very first women to join. Date: 1940

Background imageFlier Collection: Women ATA pilots

Women ATA pilots
Gabrielle Patterson (1905-1968) and Grace Brown, pilots in the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA). Date: 1940

Background imageFlier Collection: The Christian by Hall Caine, Wentworth Crokes Company - a bouquet of roses addressed t

The Christian by Hall Caine, Wentworth Crokes Company - a bouquet of roses addressed to Glory Quayle. For the transfer to the Shaftesbury Theatre on 12 December 1907. Date: 1907

Background imageFlier Collection: Daisy Bell, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime

Daisy Bell, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime
Daisy Bell, in Flewso the Flier, the Summerdown revuesical panto, at the Pier Theatre, Eastbourne. 1917

Background imageFlier Collection: Mrs Caruso, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime

Mrs Caruso, in Flewso the Flier, a pantomime
Mrs Caruso, in Flewso the Flier, the Summerdown revuesical panto, at the Pier Theatre, Eastbourne. 1917

Background imageFlier Collection: The DOyly Carte, Opera Company

The DOyly Carte, Opera Company
Front page of a four-page flyer touring to the Lyceum Theatre, Newport on 30th September 1907. The Gondoliers and The Mikado are both given twice during the week; The Yeomen of the Guard, H.M.S

Background imageFlier Collection: Punch comment on Halleys Comet - 1910

Punch comment on Halleys Comet - 1910
The Great Amateur. Aviator: " Marvellous Flier! And does it for love!" - Punch Magazines comment on the appearance of Halleys Comet in May, 1910

Background imageFlier Collection: Falka by H. B. Farnie

Falka by H. B. Farnie
Falka by H.B. Farnie. Two images from the flyer for Falka at The Royal Comedy Theatre in London. Date: 1880s

Background imageFlier Collection: Falka by H. B. Farnie. Image of the character

Falka by H. B. Farnie. Image of the character
All the following images are pages from the same flyer. This one shows the lay brother, Pelican, who supplies much of the comedy. Glass in hand, he is saying I wanted that badly

Background imageFlier Collection: Dick Whittington. The Pavilion Theatre in Torquay

Dick Whittington. The Pavilion Theatre in Torquay
Dick Whittington. Second page of four-page flyer for The Pavilion in Torquay on 26th December 1939 for 3 weeks. Headed " Laughter

Background imageFlier Collection: The Devils Disciple by George Bernard Shaw

The Devils Disciple by George Bernard Shaw. It was first produced at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in New York, on 4th October 1897, then in England at the Princess of Wales Theatre

Background imageFlier Collection: The Dangerous Age by H. V. Esmond

The Dangerous Age by H. V. Esmond
The Dangerous Age by Henry Vernon Esmond (30 November 1869 17 April 1922). First produced as The Dear Fool, at the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh

Background imageFlier Collection: The Cruise of the Constance by Hatherley and Winchcombe

The Cruise of the Constance by Hatherley and Winchcombe
The Cruise of the Constance written by Violet Hatherley, with music and lyrics by Cyril Winchcombe. First produced at the Royal Theatre in Worthing on 10th June 1909

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella Flyer for the Royal Artillery Theatre in Woolwich

Cinderella Flyer for the Royal Artillery Theatre in Woolwich
Cinderella. Front and back of a four page flyer for the Royal Artillery Theatre in Woolwich. from December 26th to January 4th, but the year is unknown

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella Flyer for the Theatre Royal in Huddersfield

Cinderella Flyer for the Theatre Royal in Huddersfield
Cinderella. Page three of an eight page flyer for the Theatre Royal in Huddersfield on 24th December 1930. Here we see photos of the three stars, Rosa Stoakes as Cinderella

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella Flyer for the New Theatre Royal, Windsor

Cinderella Flyer for the New Theatre Royal, Windsor
Back and front covers of flyer for Cinderella at the New Theatre Royal, Windsor on 7th February ?. The artist is Arnold Mello. Six pages of text give the story

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella Flyer for the Theatre Royal in Darwen, Lancashire

Cinderella Flyer for the Theatre Royal in Darwen, Lancashire
Left-hand side of the front of a four-page flyer for the Theatre Royal in Darwen on 23rd December 1912. Mlle. De Rose Presents Her First Grand, Gorgeous & Comic Pantomime

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella starring Iris Hoey

Cinderella starring Iris Hoey
Cinderella flyer promoting a production at the Lyceum Theatre. The photos, from the left, are of Simeta (sic) Marsden as Dandini

Background imageFlier Collection: Cinderella Flyer, starring Minnie Palmer

Cinderella Flyer, starring Minnie Palmer
Cinderella. Late nineteenth century flyer in the shape of a butterfly. It is not clear which Her Majestys Theatre is meant, but printed in Glasgow (Mackenzie and Co. 83 Renfield Street. Glasgow)

Background imageFlier Collection: The Coastguards Daughter by J. A. Campbell

The Coastguards Daughter by J. A. Campbell. Second and third pages of flyer for the Junction Theatre in Manchester, so a return visit of a popular melodrama

Background imageFlier Collection: Clothes and the Woman by George Paston

Clothes and the Woman by George Paston. The reverse of a four page flyer which also includes the production of Me and My Diary by Gertrude Jennings

Background imageFlier Collection: The English Rose by George R. Sims and Robert Buchanan

The English Rose by George R. Sims and Robert Buchanan
The English Rose by George R. Sims (2 September 1847 4 September 1922) and Robert Buchanan (18 August 1841 10 June 1901). First produced at The Adelphi Theatre, on 2nd August 1890

Background imageFlier Collection: The Catch of the Season by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton

The Catch of the Season by Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton, with music by Herbert Haines and Evelyn Baker. The flyer is headed Mr George Dances Co, by arrangement with Charles Frohman

Background imageFlier Collection: A Butterfly on the Wheel by Edward G. Hammond and F Nelson

A Butterfly on the Wheel by Edward G. Hammond and F Nelson
A Butterfly on the Wheel by Edward G. Hammond and Francis Nelson. First produced at the Globe Theatre on 18th April 1911. With arrangement by Charles Frohman and starring Lewis Waller

Background imageFlier Collection: Bubbly by John Hastings Turner with music by Philip Braham

Bubbly by John Hastings Turner with music by Philip Braham
Flyer for another production of Bubbly by John Hastings Turner with music by Philip Braham. The image is the same as the previous tour with a lady pierrot clown sitting on a large bubble holding a

Background imageFlier Collection: Flyer for The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother - Myra Wayne

Flyer for The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother - Myra Wayne
Reverse of Flyer for The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother by Myra Wayne, at Kelly s, Front Street, Theatre. The cast includes Augustin Neuville who is mentioned for being a fine comedian and actor

Background imageFlier Collection: The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother - Myra Wayne

The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother - Myra Wayne
Flyer for the comedy play The Boy Tramp or The Manias Mother - Myra Wayne. The illustration shows a woman on a stage peering round from a curtain looking to one side

Background imageFlier Collection: The Bondman by Hall Caine

The Bondman by Hall Caine
Flyer showing dramatic scene for The Bondman by Hall Caine, from Drury Lane. Jason rescues Michael Sunlocks from the sulphur mine, where they have both been made to work as prisoners

Background imageFlier Collection: The Blue Moon by Harold Ellis

The Blue Moon by Harold Ellis; music Howard Talbot -Touring to Londesborough Theatre, Scarborough, 27th august 1906 - Robert Courtneidges production - Flier in the shape of a Burmese idol (closed)

Background imageFlier Collection: Chauve Souris Theatre, Bat Theatre Moscow

Chauve Souris Theatre, Bat Theatre Moscow
Reverse of the flyer for Chauve Souris Theatre at the Kings Theatre in Hammersmith commencing on 28th November 1938. It lists seven reasons why it is the worlds most unusual entertainment including

Background imageFlier Collection: Charleys Aunt by Brandon Thomas

Charleys Aunt by Brandon Thomas. Much the same design as the previous item, but in black and white, with a border of flowers. Top of the flyer reads Under the direction of the Author

Background imageFlier Collection: WW2 - National Savings Committee Flier - Wings for Victory

WW2 - National Savings Committee Flier - Wings for Victory - The Skys The Limit. Date: circa 1941

Background imageFlier Collection: Flying Terms Defined - Flier Education

Flying Terms Defined - Flier Education. A jolly cartoon dog demonstrates some flight terminology: Power Diving (attempt to grab a bone thwarted)

Background imageFlier Collection: Canadian National Railways

Canadian National Railways
An east coast flier near Hadley Wood, Canadian National Railways (CNR), painted by F Moore. Loco Mag, vol.11, 1905, frontispiece Date: 1905



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