Heath Robinson Kitchen 3 of 4
Heath Robinson Does Away with Servants - Patent Applied for by "The Sketch" in the Kitchen. A busy Kitchen, which is a typically Heath Robinson design, with a system of pulleys, levers and machinery allowing just one man to peel and mash potatoes, whisk eggs, roast a chicken, wash the plates, roll pasrty, and toast bread, all at once, sitting down. and still be able to smoke a cigar, and no need for servants. Even the pendulum of the clock serves as a handy turnip peeler. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evan"
© Courtesy of the estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library
Lord Althorp and Lady Adelaide Spencer in The Tatler
Page from The Tatler featuring (right), Albert Edward John, Seventh Earl Spencer (1892 - 1975), grandfather of Diana, Princess of Wales, Featured in The Tatler on the eve of his coming of age celebrations in 1913. On the left is a portrait of his sister, Lady Adelaide Margaret ('Delia') Peel (n饠Spencer) (1889-1981), Royal courtier; wife of Sir Sidney Cornwallis Peel. Date: 1913
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Disderi Portrait Mosaic of English Luminaries of the 1860s
Collage Mosaic photograph by Disderi reproduced on a carte de visite showing well-known English luminaries of the period (the 1860s). Andr魁dolphe-Eug讥 Disd鲩 (18191889) was a French photographer who started his photographic career as a daguerreotypist but gained greater fame for patenting his version of the carte de visite, a small photographic image which was mounted on a card.
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection