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Wylie Collection

Background imageWylie Collection: A scene from the touring Wylie-Tate production The Follies o

A scene from the touring Wylie-Tate production The Follies of 1919 Date: 1919

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Jack in the Beanstalk, 1921

Programme cover for Jack in the Beanstalk, 1921
Programme cover for Jack and the Beanstalk staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1921. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1921

Background imageWylie Collection: Sheet music cover, Selection from The Yellow Mask

Sheet music cover, Selection from The Yellow Mask
Sheet music cover, a Selection of music from The Yellow Mask, a musical play by Edgar Wallace, produced by Julian Wylie and Laddie Cliff at the Carlton Theatre, London

Background imageWylie Collection: A study of Ruth French, the accomplished stage dancer, Londo

A study of Ruth French, the accomplished stage dancer, London, 1923. Making her third apearance at the London Hippodrome in Julian Wylies Brighter London. Date: 1923

Background imageWylie Collection: On The Road To Callao

On The Road To Callao
A painting entitled, On The Road To Callao, Where The Trumpet Fishes Blow, which shows a shoal of red fish in the ocean. Date: circa 1915

Background imageWylie Collection: Deserted Ship

Deserted Ship
This illustration shows a haunting looking ship in the shallow ocean, it's sails are heavily torn and no member of the crew is in sight. A flock of seagulls gather at the rear. Date: circa 1915

Background imageWylie Collection: Cover design, Blue Book Magazine

Cover design, Blue Book Magazine, pulp fiction, January 1934 Date: 1934

Background imageWylie Collection: A royal programme signed by performers and management at the London Hippodromes Warriors

A royal programme signed by performers and management at the London Hippodromes Warriors Day charity performance attended by the Prince of Wales

Background imageWylie Collection: Mother Goose at the London Hippodrome

Mother Goose at the London Hippodrome
Scene from Mother Goose, the 1924-5 pantomime at the London Hippodrome. Shaun Glenville as Mother Goose, Isobel Elsom as her daughter and the unfortunate Fred Conquest as the goose. Date: 1925

Background imageWylie Collection: Julian Wylie auditioning chorus girls, London Hippodrome

Julian Wylie auditioning chorus girls, London Hippodrome
Julian Wyle, theatre producer known as the King of Pantomime pictured on the stage of the London Hippodrome auditioning a huge number of girls for roles in the chorus

Background imageWylie Collection: Partick Thistle FC football team 1936

Partick Thistle FC football team 1936. Back row: Calderwood (Captain), Cummings, Johnstone, Elliot, Sutherland, MLeod. Front row: Regan, MKennan, Wylie, Hastie, MLennan. Date: 1936

Background imageWylie Collection: STANDING DOG

STANDING DOG
CHAMPION GELER CARESSA Owner: Wylie Date: 1934

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for Wallpaper with leaves and flower

Design for Wallpaper with leaves and flower. Pencil and Watercolour on heavy paper. Silver Studio - Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. 1898

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for Wallpaper with poppy head and leaf

Design for Wallpaper with poppy head and leaf. Pencil and Watercolour on heavy paper. Silver Studio - Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. 1898

Background imageWylie Collection: Dover Street To Dixie revue by M Harvey, H Simpson & L Wylie

Dover Street To Dixie revue by M Harvey, H Simpson & L Wylie
Dover Street To Dixie revue by Morris Harvey, Harold Simpson and Lauri Wylie (25 May 1880 1951), with music by Herman Darewski, at the London Palladium

Background imageWylie Collection: A photograph of Paul Whiteman and his orchestra

A photograph of Paul Whiteman and his orchestra, London, 1923. They have returned to New York after appearing in Julian Wylies revue Brighter London at the Hippdorome

Background imageWylie Collection: St Johnstone FC football team 1936

St Johnstone FC football team 1936. Back row: Welsh, Clark, Wylie, Baxter, Littlejohn, Smeaton. Front row: Tennant, Adam, Lyle, Ferguson (Captain), Nicholson. Date: 1936

Background imageWylie Collection: Paul Whiteman and his orchestra, London

Paul Whiteman and his orchestra, London
Paul Whiteman, the famous American bandleader and his orchestra, appearing in Julian Wylies revue Brighter London at the London Hippodrome, London, 1922. Date: 1922

Background imageWylie Collection: Street in San Angelo, Texas, USA

Street in San Angelo, Texas, USA, showing Concho Saddles, the Daily Standard, the Wylie Hardware Co, and the First National Bank. Date: circa 1904

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for Wallpaper in beige and brown

Design for Wallpaper in beige and brown. Pencil and Watercolour on cartridge paper. Silver Studio - Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. 1891

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Brighter London, 1923

Programme cover for Brighter London, 1923
Programme cover for Brighter London staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1923. Date: 1923

Background imageWylie Collection: A showgirls in the Beads Ballet of Better Days

A showgirls in the Beads Ballet of Better Days
A showgirls in the Beads Ballet of Julian Wylies Better Days at the London Hippodrome, 1925 Date: 1925

Background imageWylie Collection: Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie & Herbert Clayton

Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie & Herbert Clayton
Dear Love by Dion Titheradge, Laurie Wylie and Herbert Clayton, with music by Haydon Wood, Joseph Turnbridge and Jack Waller

Background imageWylie Collection: The talented operatic dancer Ettie Landau, London, 1923

The talented operatic dancer Ettie Landau, London, 1923 who has made a success with her Shadow and Shawl dances in Julian Wylies Brighter London at the Hippodrome Date: 1923

Background imageWylie Collection: Two stars of Julian Wylies revue Brighter London at the Hip

Two stars of Julian Wylies revue Brighter London at the Hippodrome: the dancer Ettie Landau and the actress Annie Croft, London, 1923 Date: 1923

Background imageWylie Collection: The London Band under the direction of Emelyn Thomas

The London Band under the direction of Emelyn Thomas succeeded Paul Whitemans Orchestra in Julian Wylies Brighter London at the Hippodrome, London, 1924. They also play at the New Princes Restaurant

Background imageWylie Collection: Wylie-Tate Revue The Peep Show at the Hippodrome

Wylie-Tate Revue The Peep Show at the Hippodrome
Scenes and Stars of the Wylie-Tate Revue The Peep Show at the Hippodrome, London. 1921

Background imageWylie Collection: Tthe touring Wylie-Tate production The Passing Show of 1919

Tthe touring Wylie-Tate production The Passing Show of 1919
A scene from the touring Wylie-Tate production The Passing Show of 1919 Date: 1919

Background imageWylie Collection: A scene from the touring Wylie-Tate production Any Lady (191

A scene from the touring Wylie-Tate production Any Lady (1919) Date: 1919

Background imageWylie Collection: Samuel Wylie Crawford

Samuel Wylie Crawford
SAMUEL WYLIE CRAWFORD American surgeon in the Union army during the War between the States, fought at Gettysburg and was present at the Appomattox surrender. Date: 1829 - 1892

Background imageWylie Collection: Song of the Sea by Arthur Wimperis & Lauri Wylie

Song of the Sea by Arthur Wimperis & Lauri Wylie
Promotional postcard for Song of the Sea by Arthur Wimperis & Lauri Wylie from the German musical Lady Hamilton; music Eduard Kunneke (Schauspielhaus, Breslau, 25th September 1926)

Background imageWylie Collection: Princess Charming by Arthur Wimperis and Lauri Wylie

Princess Charming by Arthur Wimperis and Lauri Wylie
Promotional postcard for Princess Charming adapted by Arthur Wimperis and Lauri Wylie from the Hungarian of Ferencz Martos; music Albert Szimal

Background imageWylie Collection: Sir Henry Norman

Sir Henry Norman
Field Marshal Sir Henry Wylie Norman (1826 1904), Field Marshal and colonial Governor of Jamaica and Queensland. Caption: Chelsea Hospital. Date: 1903

Background imageWylie Collection: Factory with coiled wire - WW1

Factory with coiled wire - WW1
A factory with newly manufactured wire standing in coils on the floor. Possibly the basis for barbed wire detined for the Western Front - WW1 Date: circa 1915

Background imageWylie Collection: Sam Brown Wylie

Sam Brown Wylie
SAM BROWN WYLIE Irish-American churchman Date: 1773 - 1852

Background imageWylie Collection: James Aitken Wylie

James Aitken Wylie
JAMES AITKEN WYLIE Scottish writer with his autograph Date: 1808 - 1890

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for wallpaper with orange flower

Design for wallpaper with orange flower. Pencil and watercolour on heavy paper. Silver Studio; Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. 1891

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for wallpaper with lily flower

Design for wallpaper with lily flower. Watercolour on cartridge paper. Silver Studio; Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. 1891

Background imageWylie Collection: Design for wallpaper with large flower

Design for wallpaper with large flower
Design for wallpaper with large pink flower. Pencil and gouache on heavy paper. Silver Studio; Wylie and Lochhead Limited. 1891

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Out of the Bottle, 1932

Programme cover for Out of the Bottle, 1932
Programme cover for Out of the Bottle staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1932. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1932

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Better Days, 1925

Programme cover for Better Days, 1925
Programme cover for Better Days staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1925. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1925

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Mother Goose, 1924

Programme cover for Mother Goose, 1924

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Leap Year, 1924

Programme cover for Leap Year, 1924
Programme cover for Leap Year staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1924. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1924

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Round in 50, 1922

Programme cover for Round in 50, 1922
Programme cover for Round in 50 staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1922. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1922

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Cinderella, 1922

Programme cover for Cinderella, 1922
Programme cover for Cinderella staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1922. Artwork by Paul Chesney. Date: 1922

Background imageWylie Collection: Programme cover for Aladdin, 1920

Programme cover for Aladdin, 1920
Programme cover for Aladdin staged at the London Hippodrome by Julian Wylie, 1920. Artwork by Hugh Willoughby. Date: 1920

Background imageWylie Collection: Henry Wylie Norman

Henry Wylie Norman
sir HENRY WYLIE NORMAN military and colonial administrator, photo 1894

Background imageWylie Collection: Jockey / W Stephenson 20C

Jockey / W Stephenson 20C
W Stephenson, jockey, in the colours of Mr Wallace Wylie



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