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Winnie Collection

Background imageWinnie Collection: Cartoon of Winston Churchill, British statesman

Cartoon of Winston Churchill, British statesman
A cartoon depiction of Winston Churchill, British statesman and historian

Background imageWinnie Collection: Lord Howard de Walden and daughter

Lord Howard de Walden and daughter
Lord Howard de Walden (1880-1946) pictured with his eldest daughter The Hon. Bonwen Scott-Ellis and her Olympia Childrens Hunter Class winning horse, Winnie. Date: 1923

Background imageWinnie Collection: The Leslie Girls dance troupe

The Leslie Girls dance troupe - Ella, Dris, Ann, Joyce, Gladys, Georgina, Dulcie, Tlly, Winnie and Kitty. Date: circa 1910

Background imageWinnie Collection: Foster General Purpose Engine number 12539, Winnie

Foster General Purpose Engine number 12539, Winnie, reg. MA 5730, at Stafford on 20 July 1974. Date: 1974

Background imageWinnie Collection: Hilda Cowham

Hilda Cowham
Why, thats my dolls pram, without the handles, said Winnie. Artist: Hilda Cowham Date: circa 1908

Background imageWinnie Collection: Political poster, Vote for Hambro

Political poster, Vote for Hambro, design by Winnie Burnand. Showing the Liberal Prime Minister Campbell Bannerman trying to keep the lid on Irish Nationalism

Background imageWinnie Collection: Dick Whittington by J. Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins

Dick Whittington by J. Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins. Card number 1 of eight cards produced to advertise the Drury Lane pantomime of 1908

Background imageWinnie Collection: Woman police officer in portrait photo

Woman police officer in portrait photo
Woman police officer (Winnie Gould) in a portrait photo, in the Bather style uniform which was worn from 1946 to 1968 -- four-buttoned jacket with matching material belt, white shirt and tie

Background imageWinnie Collection: Seated lady in long skirt

Seated lady in long skirt
Seated lady (Winnie Hancock) in a blouse and long skirt. circa 1900

Background imageWinnie Collection: Music cover, The Gold Diggers of Broadway

Music cover, The Gold Diggers of Broadway
Music cover, Painting The Clouds With Sunshine, words by al Dubin, music by Joe Burke, from the film The Gold Diggers of Broadway. 1929

Background imageWinnie Collection: Winnie Brooke, Widow

Winnie Brooke, Widow
Promotional postcard for Winnie Brooke, Widow, first performed at the Criterion Theatre, London in 1905. A musical comedy starring popular actress Ada Reeve who also co-produced the play

Background imageWinnie Collection: Canadians in camp at Salisbury Plain with bear mascot

Canadians in camp at Salisbury Plain with bear mascot
Canadian troops in camp at Salisbury Plain posing with their regimental pet, a black bear. There is no hard fast evidence to suggest so in the caption but it is possible that this is Winnie

Background imageWinnie Collection: Selector portable wireless advertisement, 1929

Selector portable wireless advertisement, 1929
Advertisement for the Selector Quality Portable featuring Mr Derek Oldham and Miss Winnie Melville listening intently from the comfort of a hammock and garden chair. Date: 1929

Background imageWinnie Collection: W. Wyne, known as ?Winnie Wynne? an autogyro enthusiast, ?

W. Wyne, known as ?Winnie Wynne? an autogyro enthusiast, ?
W. Wyne, known as ?Winnie Wynne? an autogyro enthusiast, in front of a Cierva C40 at the Royal Aeronautical Society Garden Party at the Great West Aerodrome, Hayes, Middlesex, on 14 May 1939

Background imageWinnie Collection: Lockheed Vega 5B NR105W Winnie Mae as flown by Wiley Post

Lockheed Vega 5B NR105W Winnie Mae as flown by Wiley Post
Lockheed Vega 5B, NR105W, Winnie Mae, as flown by Wiley Post

Background imageWinnie Collection: Jumbo Jet Bedtime Story

Jumbo Jet Bedtime Story

Background imageWinnie Collection: Milne / Spy Junior

Milne / Spy Junior
A A MILNE the English author, best known for Winnie the Pooh, 1926, and The House at Pooh Corner, 1928 Date: 1882 - 1956

Background imageWinnie Collection: Mrs a A Milne

Mrs a A Milne
DOROTHY MILNE Daphne, wife of A Milne, author of Winnie the Pooh, (nee Dorothy de Selincourt), the mother of Christopher Robin. Date: 1920S

Background imageWinnie Collection: Whitehall marked - Winnie of the War Office by Higgins

Whitehall marked - Winnie of the War Office by Higgins
A fashionable young woman emerges from an office in Whitehall, London during World War One where she has been working, in place of men who are away fighting


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