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D. B. Wyndham-Lewis
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D. B. Wyndham-Lewis
Hm Stanley / Cdv Photo
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Hm Stanley / Cdv Photo
AP HERBERT
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AP HERBERT
Marguerite Durand / Losque
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Marguerite Durand / Losque
Bennet Burleigh
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Bennet Burleigh
Horatio Bottomley, 1915
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Horatio Bottomley, 1915
Ga Sala / Vanity Fair 1875
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Ga Sala / Vanity Fair 1875
D. B. Wyndham-Lewis Featured Image

D. B. Wyndham-Lewis

Dominic Bevan Wyndham-Lewis (1891 - 1969), British writer, editor and biographer. Contributor to the Daily Express, The Bystander and the News Chronicle. Often used the pen name Timothy Shy and co-authored Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much" and "The Terror of St. Trinian's". Wrote biographies of Goya, Boswell and Moliere among others. Not to be confused with the artist Wyndham Lewis

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Henri Rochefort / Sem
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Henri Rochefort / Sem
W C Bryant (Buttre
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W C Bryant (Buttre
Henri Maret / Demare
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Henri Maret / Demare
Lenin / Krupskaia / 1920
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Lenin / Krupskaia / 1920
Sir Philip Gibbs - 1
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Sir Philip Gibbs - 1
Chesterton / Cig Card
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Chesterton / Cig Card
William Woodfall
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William Woodfall
G. K. Chesterton
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G. K. Chesterton
Notebook and wig of Justice Hawkins Featured Image

Notebook and wig of Justice Hawkins

A notebook and wig once belonging to the English Judge, Justice Hawkins (Henry Hawkins, 1st Baron Brampton), given to Horatio William Bottomley, Liberal MP, following an unsuccessful prosecution for fraud. According to Bottomley, Justice Hawkins shook his hand, said he was the ablest advocate he had ever listened to, and handed him the notebook and wig. The entry in the notebook is dated 1893, and contains the names of Horatio Bottomley, Sir Henry Isaacs, Joseph Isaacs and Charles Dollman -- all directors of a company called the Hansard Publishing Union, which failed, owing money to its shareholders and investors. Bottomley made several court appearances as a defendant in libel and fraud cases, and frequently acted for himself. He was also a financier, swindler, journalist and newspaper proprietor. He founded the Financial Times and the magazine John Bull. In 1912 he was forced into bankruptcy, which meant that he had to leave parliament

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Archibald Forbes - 1
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Archibald Forbes - 1
Sir Arthur Bryant
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Sir Arthur Bryant
Edward Huskinson, editor of The Tatler magazine Featured Image

Edward Huskinson, editor of The Tatler magazine

A photograph of Edward (Teddy) Peter Huskinson (1877-1940), editor of The Tatler from 1908 to 1940. His career began as a political cartoonist of the Conservative party before he became a journalist. He was a director of the Illustrated London News Group (of which The Tatler was part) and described in his obituary as a first-class cricketer, a keen yachtsman and a popular member of the Bath Club. He was tragically killed in 1940 after becoming trapped between a train and platform at Savernake Station. Pictured here wearing fancy dress in The Sketch with his wife (and an unidentified other) after the Midnight Ball in July 1914, although the magazine calls him Edward Huskisson. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans


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