Boy Scouts cleaning street sign, London
Two Boy Scouts cleaning a street sign in Downshire Hill, Hampstead, north-west London during Scout Job Week. In their spare time, 400 Scouts and Cubs in Hampstead went out with scrubbing brushes and buckets to clean the street signs in the area. Shown here are Bobby St John Cooper (nearest) and Patrick Sottiswood.
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At a Bright Young Party
Cartoon showing some young personalities of the time at a party: Rosemary Hope-Vere, Oliver Messel, Philip Kindersley, Lord Donegall, Sir Anthony Weldon, Lady Seafield, Hon. Patrick Balfour, Lord Rosse, Lady Eleanor Smith, Miss Baby Yungman, Eddie Tatham and Hon. Hugh Lygon.
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Forbes Robertson and Patrick Campbell
Forbes Robertson (1853 - 1937) and Mrs. Patrick Campbell (1865 b 1940). Johnston Forbes Robertson was an English actor and theatre manager, considered the finest Hamlet of the Victorian era and one of the finest actors of his time. Mrs Patrick Campbell, born Beatrice Stella Tanner, also known as "Mrs Pat", was an English stage actress. Shown here in costume as Nelson and Lady Hamilton in "Nelson's Enchantress", a play by Risden Home. Date: 1899
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