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Sheila Collection

Background imageSheila Collection: Mrs Giles Borrett, first female BBC radio announcer

Mrs Giles Borrett, first female BBC radio announcer
Mrs Giles Borrett (her stage name as an actress was Sheila Stewart), first female BBC radio announcer. She had a three-month trial, and received good notices, but her contract was terminated

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith - 3

Sheila Kaye-Smith - 3
SHEILA KAYE-SMITH Writer, notably of novels about Sussex such as Sussex Gorse. Date: 1887 - 1956

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith

Sheila Kaye-Smith
SHEILA KAYE-SMITH Writer; known especially for her novels set in Sussex

Background imageSheila Collection: Shoot for the book In Search of Charm

Shoot for the book In Search of Charm
Client: Peter Hatch Partnership - Girl sitting travelling - Shoot for the book In Search of Charm by Mary Young - 1962. A book providing instruction to young girls on how to behave/etiquette

Background imageSheila Collection: Lord & Lady Loughborough and Sir John Milbanke

Lord & Lady Loughborough and Sir John Milbanke
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Milbanke at Mullaboden with her children

Lady Milbanke at Mullaboden with her children
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm (1895 -1969), Lady Loughborough, Australian Born wife of Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough (died 1929)

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough (Sheila Chisholm) with her baby

Lady Loughborough (Sheila Chisholm) with her baby
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: WW2 - Romance Of Jenny W. R. E. N

WW2 - Romance Of Jenny W. R. E. N
An illustrated front cover for a WW2 children's story book, Romance Of Jenny W.R.E.N. written by Sheila Burns. The image portrays the title character

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Scott, English record-breaking aviator

Sheila Scott, English record-breaking aviator
Sheila Scott (Sheila Christine Hopkins, 1922-1988), English aviator who broke over 100 aviation records through her long distance flights

Background imageSheila Collection: Page from The Sketch reporting on a midnight party / fashion show put on by designer

Page from The Sketch reporting on a midnight party / fashion show put on by designer Victor Stiebel. The party was attended by a number of notable movers

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough

Lady Loughborough
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith

Sheila Kaye-Smith (1887 - 1956), English writer, photographed at her London home in 3, Pembroke Studios. Kaye-Smith was known for her novels set in rural England, particularly Kent and Sussex

Background imageSheila Collection: First professional female chauffeur 1909

First professional female chauffeur 1909
Sheila O Neill, the first professional female chauffeur in London, photographed in her car, with a medical accident emergency case on the seat next to her that reads " Miss Sheilah O

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith marrying Rev. Theodore Penrose Fry

Sheila Kaye-Smith marrying Rev. Theodore Penrose Fry
Novelist Sheila Kaye-Smith marrying the Rev. Theodore Penrose Fry, curate of Christ Church, St. Leonards, and eldest son of Sir John and Lady Fray, at St. Paul s, St. Leonards in October 1924

Background imageSheila Collection: Beauty, brains and breeding 1919

Beauty, brains and breeding 1919
Photographs of society women in 1919, (left to right): Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm (1895 -1969), Lady Loughborough, Australian born wife of Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine

Background imageSheila Collection: Sketch cover - Lady Milbanke by Madame Yevonde

Sketch cover - Lady Milbanke by Madame Yevonde
Front cover of The Sketch featuring a photograph of Lady Milbanke, a la Marie Stuart due to her peaked Tudor style hat. Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Milbanke

Lady Milbanke
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm (1895 -1969), Lady Loughborough, Australian Born wife of Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough (died 1929)

Background imageSheila Collection: Eve front cover - Lady Loughborough

Eve front cover - Lady Loughborough
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm (1895 -1969), Lady Loughborough, Australian Born wife of Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough (died 1929)

Background imageSheila Collection: Piper PA-24-260B Commanche G-ATOY

Piper PA-24-260B Commanche G-ATOY Myth Too (msn ). The aircraft flown by Sheila Scott (OBE) on her record-breaking solo round the world flight, taxiing in to a reception committee. Date: 1966

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith (author)

Sheila Kaye-Smith (author)
Portrait of Sheila Kaye-Smith from The Bookman. Date: 1919

Background imageSheila Collection: Women police officers in self-defence exercise

Women police officers in self-defence exercise
Two women police officers taking part in a self-defence demonstration exercise at an outdoor event. One of them is Inspector Sheila Ward. Date: circa early 1970s

Background imageSheila Collection: Inspector Sheila Ward, Met Police, London

Inspector Sheila Ward, Met Police, London
Inspector Sheila Ward (b.c1937), Met Police, London, the first woman to hold the post of Station Inspector, at Kings Cross. Seen here speaking to a line of male police officers

Background imageSheila Collection: Tatler cover - Lady Milbanke (Sheila Chisholm) by Yevonde

Tatler cover - Lady Milbanke (Sheila Chisholm) by Yevonde
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm (1895 -1969), Lady Loughborough, Australian Born wife of Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough (died 1929)

Background imageSheila Collection: Lord and Lady Loughborough in 1919

Lord and Lady Loughborough in 1919
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia and Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough, eldest son of the fifth Earl of Rosslyn

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough (Sheila Chisholm), WW1

Lady Loughborough (Sheila Chisholm), WW1
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough

Lady Loughborough
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough and her son, Tony

Lady Loughborough and her son, Tony
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Ponds Cream advertisement featuring Lady Milbanke

Ponds Cream advertisement featuring Lady Milbanke
Advertisement for Ponds Cold Cream and Vanishing Cream endorsed by the vivid, gay and utterly charming Lady Milbanke, Australian-born socialite Sheila Chisholm

Background imageSheila Collection: Sir John Milbanke and Lady Loughborough

Sir John Milbanke and Lady Loughborough
Two photograph reporting on the forthcoming marriage of Lady Loughborough (formerly Miss Sheila Chisholm) to Sir John Milbanke on 14 November 1928

Background imageSheila Collection: Keep The Home Fires Burning by Sheila Walsh

Keep The Home Fires Burning by Sheila Walsh
Promotional postcard for Keep The Home Fires Burning by Sheila Walsh. First produced in Barnsley on 7th February and Elephant and Castle Theatre, 28th February 1916

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough and son

Lady Loughborough and son
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Lord and Lady Loughborough

Lord and Lady Loughborough
Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, daughter of Harry Chisholm of Sydney, NSW, Australia married in 1915 Francis Edward Scudamore St Clair-Erskine, Lord Loughborough

Background imageSheila Collection: Two women police officers entering Bow Street police station

Two women police officers entering Bow Street police station
Two women police officers (Constable Sheila Acton and Sergeant Margaret Heald) entering Bow Street police station, London. A policeman stands at the top of the steps. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough as Weeping Willow - Elspeth Phelps

Lady Loughborough as Weeping Willow - Elspeth Phelps
Sheila Chisholm, Lady Loughborough, later Lady Milbanke, pictured on the front cover of The Sketch wearing her costume for the part of Weeping Willow in the Nymphs of the Forest tableau performed at

Background imageSheila Collection: Lady Loughborough and Lord Massereene

Lady Loughborough and Lord Massereene
A snapshot taken at Antrim where an interesting foursome was recently played on the Massereene Golf Links between Lord and Lady Loughborough and Lord and Lady Massereene

Background imageSheila Collection: Albert Herring, Aldeburgh Festival 1962

Albert Herring, Aldeburgh Festival 1962
Benjamin Britten taking a curtain call after Albert Herring performed in the Jubilee Hall on 20 June 1962 during the Aldeburgh Festival

Background imageSheila Collection: Hon. Sheila Berry by Madame Yevonde

Hon. Sheila Berry by Madame Yevonde
The Hon. Sheila Berry by Madame Yevonde. Seen here modelling a dress of black crepe de Chine and a high-crowned hat with a nose-length veil

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith - 2

Sheila Kaye-Smith - 2
SHEILA KAYE-SMITH Writer, notably of novels about Sussex such as Sussex Gorse. Date: 1887 - 1956

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Kaye-Smith - 4

Sheila Kaye-Smith - 4
SHEILA KAYE-SMITH A writer of quality, notably of novels about Sussex such as Sussex Gorse photographed attending the flowers in her home at Holland Park, London. Date: 1887 - 1956

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Scott on the wing of her Piper Aztec

Sheila Scott on the wing of her Piper Aztec. And the lightweight Akai VT100 video recorder weighs less than 24lb! May 1971. Date: 1971

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Scott And her lightweight Akai VT100 video recorder

Sheila Scott And her lightweight Akai VT100 video recorder
Sheila Scott. And her lightweight Akai VT100 video recorder weighs less than 24lb! May 1971. Date: 1971

Background imageSheila Collection: Sheila Scott (1927-1988)

Sheila Scott (1927-1988)
Sheila Scott, 1927-1988, sitting on the nose of her Piper Comanche, G-ATOY. Date: 1927



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