Choirboy singing solo in a church, Horley, Surrey
A choirboy singing solo in front of a modern stained glass window at Salfords Church, Horley, Surrey. He is holding a book entitled 'English Praise'. There is a statue of the Virgin Mary and Child next to him.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/Tony Boxall
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DRESSMAKER'S BILL C1816
Maid's dress: melon sleeves, deep 'v' corsage, chemisette & ruff, apron & turban. Lady: white pelisse with scallop edging & ribbon trim, dress with ruff & decorative hem.
© Mary Evans Picture Library
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Oscar Asche as Count Hannibal, by Asche and Norreys Connell
Count Hannibal by F. Norreys Connell and Oscar Asche. Photograph of actor Oscar Asche with the same text as the previous image. Count Hannibal is a very macho character, who offers the heroine the choice of marrying him or be betrayed as a Protestant. She is engaged to a younger, weaker man, but learns to prefer the Count. The Times commented that Nietzsche would have approved of the plot. Date: 1910
© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library