What People Are Wearing - Annika Wills and Anne Nightingale
On the left: The English actress Annika Wills (better known as Anneke Wills, b. 1941) wearing a Levi jacket and jeans from Sportique and a matching hat belonging to her husband, the actor Michael Gough.
On the right: The first female presenter on BBC Radio 1 and its longest-serving presenter, Anne Nightingale (b. 1940) wearing a corduroy coat by Gerald McCann and lace-up suede boots from the Leonard boutique.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Photograph of H B Irving playing Charles I by W. G. Wills
Charles I by W. G. Wills. First produced on 28th September 1872 . The play was written for Sir Henry Irving (6 February 1838 13 October 1905) and was one of several parts played by his son, Harry Brodribb, (5 August 1870 17 October 1919). Harry, pictured here, was commonly known as H B. The Lyons Mail and The Bells were also old Henry Irving favourites that H. B. played on this tour, which reached The Grand Theatre in Southampton on 14th October 1907. Date: 1907
© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library
Cartoon, Portrait of Douglas Jerrold by W G Wills
Cartoon, Portrait of Douglas William Jerrold (1803-1857), journalist and playwright, by the Irish artist and writer William Gorman Wills (1828-1891). The portrait was criticised: You have dandified him, and lost the character of the man.
© Terry Parker / Mary Evans Picture Library
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