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Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
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Croagh Patrick and the Beach, Old head, Louisburgh, Co Mayo
Croagh Patrick and the Beach, Old head, Louisburgh, Co Mayo
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Clew Bay from Croagh Patrick, County Mayo by J. Hinde
Clew Bay from Croagh Patrick, County Mayo by J. Hinde
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St Patricks Street and Bridge, Cork City, Ireland
St Patricks Street and Bridge, Cork City, Ireland
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Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Saint Patrick
Saint Patrick
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Vickers Viscount 707 EI-AFV St Patrick of Aer Lingus
Vickers Viscount 707 EI-AFV St Patrick of Aer Lingus
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Life / Saint Patricks Day 1924
Life / Saint Patricks Day 1924
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AP HERBERT
AP HERBERT
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Port Patrick from the southwest, Scotland
Port Patrick from the southwest, Scotland
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Patrick Cotter O'brien
Patrick Cotter O'brien
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A Thor IRBM is launched from Air Force Missile Test Centre
A Thor IRBM is launched from Air Force Missile Test Centre
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Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw Featured Image

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Promotional postcard for Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw. First produced in England at His Majestys Theatre, 11th April 1914. The image brings together Eliza Doolittle played by Mrs Patrick Campbell, right, and Henry Higgins played by Herbert Beerbohm Tree under the umbrella left, with the statue of Galatea, centre, which came to life in Pygmalions studio in the Greek myth. Date: circa 1914

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914
Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914
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Flags of United Kingdom
Flags of United Kingdom
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Croagh Patrick, showing Pilgrims Way, Westport, County Mayo
Croagh Patrick, showing Pilgrims Way, Westport, County Mayo
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St Patricks School, Karachi, British India
St Patricks School, Karachi, British India
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Boy Scouts cleaning street sign, London
Boy Scouts cleaning street sign, London
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Corner stone, St Patricks Church, Philadelphia, USA
Corner stone, St Patricks Church, Philadelphia, USA
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The Blind Harper, Patrick Quin
The Blind Harper, Patrick Quin
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Patrick Geddes/Photo
Patrick Geddes/Photo
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Patrick MacGill (author)
Patrick MacGill (author)
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Portrait of Mrs Patrick Campbell
Portrait of Mrs Patrick Campbell
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Mrs Patrick Campbell
Mrs Patrick Campbell
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St Patrick/Cig Card
St Patrick/Cig Card
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Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914 Featured Image

Pygmalion - George Bernard Shaws play opens in 1914

Spread from The Sketch magazine showing scenes from the George Bernard Shaw play, Pygmalion, which opened at His Majesty's Theatre, London on 11 April 1914. The cast included Mrs Patrick Campbell as Eliza Doolittle, Edmund Gurney as Alfred Doolittle and Sir Herbert Tree as Professor Higgins. The Sketch dubbed it Bernard Shaw's naughty word play as Eliza utters the word "bloody" much to the amusement of the audience who were not used to hearing bad language on the stage. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Colquhoun/Freeman
Colquhoun/Freeman
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St Patrick to Tara
St Patrick to Tara
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Patrick Sarsfield Lucan
Patrick Sarsfield Lucan
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Croagh Patrick, Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Croagh Patrick, Westport, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland
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Mrs Patrick Campbell & Lady Randolph Churchill
Mrs Patrick Campbell & Lady Randolph Churchill
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St Patricks Hill, Cork, Republic of Ireland
St Patricks Hill, Cork, Republic of Ireland
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Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick from Mulranny, County Mayo
Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick from Mulranny, County Mayo
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At a Bright Young Party
At a Bright Young Party
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Lord Patrick Lichfield
Lord Patrick Lichfield
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Actresses on Footlight Favourites Fan
Actresses on Footlight Favourites Fan
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Patrick Cotter O'Brien, the Bristol Giant
Patrick Cotter O'Brien, the Bristol Giant
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The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Coward's Clean Play'' by The Sketch
The cast of Hay Fever, described as Noel Coward's Clean Play'" by The Sketch
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Mrs Patrick Campbell & Lady Randolph Churchill Featured Image

Mrs Patrick Campbell & Lady Randolph Churchill

An interesting photograph showing the acclaimed stage beauty, Mrs Patrick Campbell (1865-1940), born Beatrice Stellar Tanner (pictured centre), in the same photograph as Mrs George Cornwallis-West (Lady Randolph Churchill, formerly Jennie Jerome, mother of Winston Churchill). Lady Randolph married George Cornwallis-West, a man twenty years her junior, in 1900. George began an affair with Mrs Pat around 1909 and he and Jennie separated in 1912. She reverted to her old title of Lady Randolph Churchill and later married Montagu Porch. Picture shows the cast of His Borrowed Plumes, a comedy play written by Jennie. Left to right top row, Miss Winifred Emery, Mr Henry Ainley, Mr Dawson Milward, Miss Stella Patrick-Campbell and seated Miss Annie Hughes and Lady Randolph Churchill. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

IMechE Trustee Board
IMechE Trustee Board
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Patrick Miller, the first steam engine boat, 1788
Patrick Miller, the first steam engine boat, 1788
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Rev. Patrick Bell
Rev. Patrick Bell
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Interior, St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
Interior, St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland
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Lady Ursula Filmer-Sankey & sons by Madame Yevonde
Lady Ursula Filmer-Sankey & sons by Madame Yevonde
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Patrick Cotter O'Brien, Irish giant
Patrick Cotter O'Brien, Irish giant
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First fully successful westbound North Atlantic flight
First fully successful westbound North Atlantic flight
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Hippolyte Tisserant as Patrick Macdonald in
Hippolyte Tisserant as Patrick Macdonald in
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Sketch cover - Lady Evelyn Graham by Madame Yevonde
Sketch cover - Lady Evelyn Graham by Madame Yevonde
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CS Patrick Stewart, British cable ship, Reshire, Middle East
CS Patrick Stewart, British cable ship, Reshire, Middle East
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Fall/Pointers in field
Fall/Pointers in field
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Poster promoting oral health -- Thanks Mum!
Poster promoting oral health -- Thanks Mum!
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