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Background imageNotorious Collection: The Wild Bunch

The Wild Bunch
Members of The Wild Bunch in Fort Worth, Texas: sitting (l to r): Harry A Longabaugh, alias the Sundance Kid, Ben Kilpatrick, alias the Tall Texan, Robert Leroy Parker

Background imageNotorious Collection: Josslyn and Idina Hay at Slains, their farm in Kenya

Josslyn and Idina Hay at Slains, their farm in Kenya
The Hon. Josslyn and Lady Idina Hay pictured at Slains, their 2000 acre farm in Gilgil, Kenya. Pictured from left are: The Hon. Josslyn Hay, Major Roberts, Major J. Grant, Lady Idina Hay, Mrs C

Background imageNotorious Collection: Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial

Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial
A sketch taken of the courtroom at Old Bailey where the trial of Mr M Naughten took place, for the assassination Mr Edward Drummond, secretary to Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel

Background imageNotorious Collection: Birmingham Bull Ring

Birmingham Bull Ring
The old Bull Ring Centre, a notorious symbol of post World War Two modernism, now demolished. Completed in 1964; Britains first multi-storey fully enclosed shopping centre

Background imageNotorious Collection: West Wycombe Park, Bucks

West Wycombe Park, Bucks
The home of the Dashwood family. The notorious activities of Sir Francis Dashwood and the Hellfire club took place in the West Wycombe Caves

Background imageNotorious Collection: Socrates & Xanthippe (1)

Socrates & Xanthippe (1)
SOCRATES with his wife Xanthippe, a notorious shrew

Background imageNotorious Collection: Mary Frith / Pickpocket

Mary Frith / Pickpocket
Mary Frith aka Moll Cutpurse, a notorious master thief & an Ugly who frequently dressed as a man; escaped from Newgate by bribery

Background imageNotorious Collection: The Hon. Josslyn and Lady Idina Hay

The Hon. Josslyn and Lady Idina Hay
The Hon. Josslyn Hay, later Earl of Erroll, and his wife, the former Lady Idina Sackville pictured at Gil Gil, Kenya Colony in British East Africa where they built a farm, Clouds

Background imageNotorious Collection: Lady Idina Gordon

Lady Idina Gordon pictured in 1921, the elder daughter of the late Lord De La Warr. After her first marriage to Euan Wallace

Background imageNotorious Collection: Tatler cover - The Hon. Lady Mosley, Diana Mitford

Tatler cover - The Hon. Lady Mosley, Diana Mitford
The Hon. Lady Mosley, formerly Mrs Bryan Guinness and before that, Diana Freeman Mitford (1910-2003), one of the notorious Mitford sisters

Background imageNotorious Collection: USA - Charles Wyman Morse Pleasureboat

USA - Charles Wyman Morse Pleasureboat - The C W Morse pleasureboat. Charles Wyman Morse (October 21, 1856 January 12, 1933)

Background imageNotorious Collection: Violet Keppel Trefusis

Violet Keppel Trefusis
VIOLET TREFUSIS Writer and lover of Vita Sackville-West

Background imageNotorious Collection: Al Capone on vacation, c. 1930

Al Capone on vacation, c. 1930
Notorious Chicago gangland criminal, Alphonse (Al) Capone, fishing from his yacht while on vacation

Background imageNotorious Collection: George Hardinge

George Hardinge
GEORGE HARDINGE writer and judge, MP for Old Sarum, most notorious of the rotten boroughs. Date: 1743 - 1816

Background imageNotorious Collection: Thuggee Poisoner 19th C

Thuggee Poisoner 19th C
Notorious Indian thug poisoner

Background imageNotorious Collection: Witch of Wookey

Witch of Wookey
The notorious Witch of Wookey, in Somerset, is exorcised by a Holy Clerk from nearby Glastonbury, and is forthwith turned to stone !

Background imageNotorious Collection: Mrs Patrick Campbell, actress, in the role of Mrs Ebbsmith

Mrs Patrick Campbell, actress, in the role of Mrs Ebbsmith
Mrs Patrick Campbell, actress (1865 ?? 1940, theatrical studio portrait in the role of Mrs Ebbsmith, The Garrick Theatre. Born Beatrice Rose Stella Tanner, and also known as Mrs Pat)

Background imageNotorious Collection: Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I Propaganda

Ww1 Wwi World War One First 1st Great I Propaganda
ww1, wwi, world, war, one, first, 1st, great, i, propaganda, cartoon, caricature, leonard, raven, hill, punch, render, rendering, tallow, plant, factory, grim, gruesome, savage, fake, false

Background imageNotorious Collection: Spitting Image puppet of Margaret Thatcher

Spitting Image puppet of Margaret Thatcher
A puppet of Margaret Thatcher, British Conservative Prime Minister, used on the satirical TV programme, Spitting Image. The book is Spycatcher by Peter Wright

Background imageNotorious Collection: Jacobs Island

Jacobs Island
View of Folly ditch, Jacobs Island. Jacobs Island was a notorious slum in Bermondsey, London, in the 19th century, located on the south bank of the River Thames

Background imageNotorious Collection: Cartoon, Mr Poland to Notorious Person

Cartoon, Mr Poland to Notorious Person
Cartoon, Mr Poland (a lawyer) to Notorious Person (Arthur Roberts, music hall performer) - Now, my dear Arthur, I consider myself responsible for your good behaviour; so - be careful! 1884

Background imageNotorious Collection: Motor racing along a country lane - ParisMadrid race 1903

Motor racing along a country lane - ParisMadrid race 1903
The notorious ParisMadrid race of May 1903 was an early experiment in auto racing, organized by the Automobile Club de France and the Spanish Automobile Club, Automovil Club Espanol

Background imageNotorious Collection: Register Book at St. Andrews Church, Hempstead - Turpin

Register Book at St. Andrews Church, Hempstead - Turpin
circa 1910s

Background imageNotorious Collection: Dick Turpins birthplace, The Bluebell Inn, Hempstead, Essex

Dick Turpins birthplace, The Bluebell Inn, Hempstead, Essex
circa 1910s

Background imageNotorious Collection: Dick Turpins Ring (Cockpit), Hempstead, Essex

Dick Turpins Ring (Cockpit), Hempstead, Essex
circa 1910s

Background imageNotorious Collection: FLAGELLANTS OF COIMBRA

FLAGELLANTS OF COIMBRA
The Jesuits of Coimbra, Portugal, notorious for their high life-style, do public penance for their sins, flagellating themselves through the streets. Date: circa 1560

Background imageNotorious Collection: The Dance of the Forty-One, Mexico

The Dance of the Forty-One, Mexico -- a notorious society scandal uncovered by a police raid on a private residence on 17 November 1901, where a group of men were dancing

Background imageNotorious Collection: Lady Idina Hay at the Kenya Lido

Lady Idina Hay at the Kenya Lido
Lady Idina Hay (nee Sackville), pictured in a sarong or kanga with two friends in Kenya during the 1920s, while she was married to Josslyn Hay, Earl of Erroll. On the left is the Countess N

Background imageNotorious Collection: Duchess of Argyll and family

Duchess of Argyll and family
Photograph taken outside the Royal Academy during a Private View of the Duchess of Argyll (formerly, Margaret Whigham and later, Mrs Charles Sweeney)

Background imageNotorious Collection: Lillie Langtry - British music hall singer and stage actress

Lillie Langtry - British music hall singer and stage actress
A portrait of Mrs Lillie Langtry (1852-1929). Born Emilie Charlotte Le Breton, was a British music hall singer and stage actress famous for her many stage productions including She Stoops to Conquer

Background imageNotorious Collection: Lady Idina Gordon going big-game shooting

Lady Idina Gordon going big-game shooting
Lady Idina Gordon (nee Sackville), who married her second husband, Captain Charles Gordon, in 1919, pictured in The Tatler with news that she was about to travel to British East Africa (Kenya)

Background imageNotorious Collection: The exhibit of the car of Gangster Jack Legs Diamond

The exhibit of the car of Gangster Jack Legs Diamond
Queues awaiting entry to the exhibition of the $20, 000 Killer Car ( Direct from New York ) of American Gangster and Bootlegger Jack Legs Diamond (1897-1931) opposite Derrys Clock, 16 George Street

Background imageNotorious Collection: Mr Donald and Lady Idina Haldeman

Mr Donald and Lady Idina Haldeman
The notorious Lady Idina Sackville with her fourth husband, Mr Donald Haldeman. Date: 1930

Background imageNotorious Collection: Mary Frith

Mary Frith aka Moll Cutpurse, a notorious master thief & an Ugly who frequently dressed as a man; escaped from Newgate by bribery. Date: c.15841659

Background imageNotorious Collection: Cole Younger, American train robber

Cole Younger, American train robber
Member of the notorious James-Younger gang, Cole Younger, after his capture. 1889

Background imageNotorious Collection: Saint Expeditus

Saint Expeditus
SAINT EXPEDITUS martyr, invoked at the eleventh hour for prompt solutions to urgent problems He is trampling a crow because they are notorious delayers

Background imageNotorious Collection: Victoria Woodhull in a dramatic court case

Victoria Woodhull in a dramatic court case
Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927), an American womens rights activist, involved in family row which leads to a dramatic court case

Background imageNotorious Collection: Algernon Freeman-Mitford, Lord Redesdale

Algernon Freeman-Mitford, Lord Redesdale
Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford, 1st Baron Redesdale (1837-1916), at the age of 28, British diplomat, collector and writer, paternal grandfather of the notorious Mitford sisters. 1865

Background imageNotorious Collection: Paul De Cassagnac

Paul De Cassagnac
PAUL DE CASSAGNAC French politician and journalist, Bonapartist, supporter of Boulanger, a notorious duellist. Date: 1842-1904

Background imageNotorious Collection: C18 London Home

C18 London Home
Street frontage of a house in the Old Bailey, London, at one time occupied by the notorious thief Jonathan Wild. Date: early 18th century

Background imageNotorious Collection: Hy St John Bolingbroke

Hy St John Bolingbroke
HENRY ST JOHN BOLINGBROKE Ist Viscount Bolingbroke, English politician, writer and notorious libertine. Date: 1678 - 1751

Background imageNotorious Collection: Henry St John

Henry St John
HENRY ST JOHN BOLINGBROKE 1st Viscount Bolingbroke, politician, conversationalist & notorious libertine. Date: 1678 - 1751

Background imageNotorious Collection: TWO QUACKS

TWO QUACKS
Dr Misaubin and Dr Joshua Ward, two notorious quack doctors of the day, caricatured by Hogarth in The Harlots Progress (for which this is a study) Date: circa 1750

Background imageNotorious Collection: Burke (Gillray)

Burke (Gillray)
EDMUND BURKE statesman, depicted giving his notorious dagger speech in the Commons, 28 December 1792 Date: 1729 - 1797

Background imageNotorious Collection: Airco DH 9 prototype two-seater bomber

Airco DH 9 prototype two-seater bomber
Airco DH9 prototype two-seater bomber, unpopular for its poorly-performing engine. It first flew in August 1917, with deliveries starting in January 1918. Date: circa 1917-1918

Background imageNotorious Collection: Elspeth Phelps and Reggie de Veulle, 1917

Elspeth Phelps and Reggie de Veulle, 1917
The fashion designer, Elspeth Phelps, one of Londons leading couturiers during the First World War period (she later merged with Paquin) with an inset picture of her designer, Reggie de Veulle

Background imageNotorious Collection: Lady Idina Wallace

Lady Idina Wallace, nee Sackville, eldest daughter of Lord de la Warr, and wife of Captain David Euan Wallace of the Household Cavalry



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