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Sackville Collection

Background imageSackville 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 imageSackville Collection: Lady Idina Gordon and the Hon Josslyn Hay

Lady Idina Gordon and the Hon Josslyn Hay
Lady Idina Gordon (nee Sackville) and her fiance the Hon Josslyn Hay (later Lord Erroll) relax at an Italian resort. They were married on 22 September 1923, her third marriage

Background imageSackville Collection: Sackville Street and O Connell Bridge, Dublin. County Dublin

Sackville Street and O Connell Bridge, Dublin. County Dublin, Ireland. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageSackville Collection: The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland

The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland
The Easter Rising also known as the Easter (or Irish ) Rebellion and referred to erroneously in some contemporary British reports as the Sinn Fein Rebellion - an armed insurrection staged in Ireland

Background imageSackville Collection: Knole / Green Court West

Knole / Green Court West
Imposing mediaeval, Kentish ragstone house, home of the Sackville family from the 16th century. This view shows the Green Court with its magnificent gatehouse

Background imageSackville Collection: Dorothy Violet Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington

Dorothy Violet Wellesley, Duchess of Wellington (1889-1956), styled Lady Gerald Wellesley between 1914 and 1943, born Dorothy Violet Ashton, socialite, author, poet and literary editor

Background imageSackville Collection: Violet Keppel Trefusis

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

Background imageSackville Collection: The Illuminations in Sackville Street, Dublin

The Illuminations in Sackville Street, Dublin
The illuminations in Sackville Street, Dublin with an electric light shining on the Nelson Column during the visit of Queen Victoria to Ireland in 1849

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - When she laughed, the wind laughed

The Dream Pedlar - When she laughed, the wind laughed
When she laughed the wind laughed too - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: V Sackville-West / Iln 21

V Sackville-West / Iln 21
VICTORIA SACKVILLE-WEST ( VITA ) writer and gardener

Background imageSackville Collection: Anne Countess Pembroke

Anne Countess Pembroke
ANNE CLIFFORD, wife (1) of Thomas Sackville, first earl of DORSET; (2) of Philip Herbert, second earl of PEMBROKE & MONTGOMERY

Background imageSackville Collection: Sackville Street (now O Connell Street), Dublin, Ireland

Sackville Street (now O Connell Street), Dublin, Ireland. Date: late 19th century

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - A Little Ugly Black Man

The Dream Pedlar - A Little Ugly Black Man
A Little Ugly Black Man - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: A group at Murrays including Lady Idina Gordon

A group at Murrays including Lady Idina Gordon
A group at Murrays River Club in Maidenhead, Jack Mays outpost of his Beak Street club in Londons Soho. From left, Jack Gordon, the Countess of Munster, Miss Olga Lynn (famous singing teacher)

Background imageSackville Collection: Aerial view of Sackville Street, Dublin, Ireland

Aerial view of Sackville Street, Dublin, Ireland, with pedestrians and traffic. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageSackville Collection: Sackville Street, Dublin, Victorian period

Sackville Street, Dublin, Victorian period Date: late 19th century

Background imageSackville Collection: Sackville Street Dublin Ireland Victorian period

Sackville Street Dublin Ireland Victorian period

Background imageSackville Collection: Sackville Street, Dublin, Ireland

Sackville Street, Dublin, Ireland Date: 19th century

Background imageSackville Collection: Dublin Sackville Street Victorian period

Dublin Sackville Street Victorian period Date: 19th century

Background imageSackville Collection: Music cover, Royal Irish Quadrilles, duets and solos

Music cover, Royal Irish Quadrilles, duets and solos, containing popular Irish melodies, arranged for the piano by Stephen Glover

Background imageSackville Collection: Children dressed for the Mansion House Ball

Children dressed for the Mansion House Ball
Children seen dressed for the Mansions House Ball. Miss Kathleen d'Hertz as a Vivandiere, Master Devenish as a Roman Emperor, Master George Nestle as St George

Background imageSackville Collection: THOMAS SACKVILLE, DORSET

THOMAS SACKVILLE, DORSET
THOMAS SACKVILLE, first earl of DORSET and Baron Buckhurst, (1536 - 1608), author and statesman who inter alia announced her death sentence to Mary Queen of Scots

Background imageSackville Collection: Knole House, Sevenoaks, Kent, England

Knole House, Sevenoaks, Kent, England. This great mansion, the seat of the Sackville family, was built in the 15th century by Archbishop Bouchier and was extended 1605-1607. Date: 1961

Background imageSackville Collection: Home Rule Bill of 1912

Home Rule Bill of 1912
John Redmond (1856 - 1918), leader of the Irish party, claiming home bill for Ireland. Declaring that " The bill will establish in Ireland a Parliament with power to deal with purely Irish

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - He went to consult his Grandmother

The Dream Pedlar - He went to consult his Grandmother
He went to consult his Grandmother - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Princess Amarinth

The Dream Pedlar - Princess Amarinth
Princess Amarinth - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Stepped out of a Pantomime

The Dream Pedlar - Stepped out of a Pantomime
Just as though she had stepped out of a Pantomime - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972)

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Miss Alicia

The Dream Pedlar - Miss Alicia
Miss Alicia - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - I m beginning to enjoy myself

The Dream Pedlar - I m beginning to enjoy myself
I m beginning to enjoy myself - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Blow in the Faces of the Stars

The Dream Pedlar - Blow in the Faces of the Stars
Blow in the Faces of the Stars - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Turned him into a Hatchet

The Dream Pedlar - Turned him into a Hatchet
Turned him into a Hatchet - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - She is a Very Merry Old Woman

The Dream Pedlar - She is a Very Merry Old Woman
She is a Very Merry Old Woman - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Making a Winter Jacket

The Dream Pedlar - Making a Winter Jacket
Making herself a Winter Jacket out of Snakeskins - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972)

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Not worth looking at

The Dream Pedlar - Not worth looking at
" I don t think you re the least worth looking at, " said Madriala. - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - The Heart of Colinette

The Dream Pedlar - The Heart of Colinette
The Heart of Colinette - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Sat on the Top of a Large Daisy

The Dream Pedlar - Sat on the Top of a Large Daisy
Sat on the Top of a Large Daisy - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - A Creature of Gossamer

The Dream Pedlar - A Creature of Gossamer
A Creature who looked as though made of Film or Gossamer - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972)

Background imageSackville Collection: The Dream Pedlar - Where Mushrooms Grow

The Dream Pedlar - Where Mushrooms Grow
Where Mushrooms Grow - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration

Background imageSackville Collection: Work of Italian Futurists at the Sackville Gallery, 1912

Work of Italian Futurists at the Sackville Gallery, 1912
Double page spread from The Sketch magazine giving examples in colour of some of the paintings on display at the Sackville Gallery in London as part of an exhibition of Italian Futurists

Background imageSackville Collection: H. M. Bateman impressions of the Futurist exhibition

H. M. Bateman impressions of the Futurist exhibition
A synthesis of a Bateman state of mind! Drawn after a visit to the Futurists Exhibition: Our artist records what he saw and what he remembers. Cartoon by H. M

Background imageSackville Collection: Sketch cover - Futurist art

Sketch cover - Futurist art
A futurist portrait of the futurist poet-leader (on the front cover of The Sketch magazine), Signor Marinetti, leader of the Futurist movement, by Signor Carra

Background imageSackville Collection: Futurist art exhibition featured in The Sketch magazine

Futurist art exhibition featured in The Sketch magazine
Double page spread from The Sketch magazine discussing the exhibition of works by Futurist painters at the Sackville Gallery in March 1912, principally pictures by Boccioni, Russolo and Severini

Background imageSackville Collection: LIONEL DUKE OF DORSET

LIONEL DUKE OF DORSET
LIONEL CRANFIELD SACKVILLE, first duke of DORSET statesman Date: 1688 - 1765

Background imageSackville Collection: ALMSHOUSE EAST GRINSTEAD

ALMSHOUSE EAST GRINSTEAD
The residents of Sackville College, East Grinstead, Surrey, celebrate Palm Sunday in the timbered and vaulted hall of their almshouse. Date: 1850

Background imageSackville Collection: Lady Idina Sackville and Mr Euan Wallace

Lady Idina Sackville and Mr Euan Wallace
Lady Idina Sackville (1893-1955), daughter of Muriel, Countess de la Warr and granddaughter of Lord Brassey, pictured on her engagement to the handsome Mr Euan Wallace of the 2nd Life Guards

Background imageSackville Collection: Lady Avice Sackville

Lady Avice Sackville
Lady Avice or Avis Sackville, daughter of Lord De La Warr, sister of the notorious Lady Idina Wallace. The Tatler reports that she was doing nursing work at Lady Lyttons war hospital. Date: 1917

Background imageSackville 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 imageSackville Collection: Lord and Lady Francis Scott at Njoro Polo Ground

Lord and Lady Francis Scott at Njoro Polo Ground
Lord and Lady Francis Scottt at the Njoro Polo Ground in Kenya. Lady Francis Scott was Lady Eileen Elliot and Lord Francis was the brother of the Duke of Buccleuch



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