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Liverpool Skyline Featured 27 Mar 2012 Image

Liverpool Skyline

Photograph taken from the top of the Sir John Moores Building, 100 Old Hall Street, Liverpool, during its construction in the 1960s/Sixties, looking towards the famous Royal Liver Building in Liverpool and the River Mersey beyond.Originally built for Littlewoods mail order company and named after the firm's founder John Moores, 100 Hall Street is now known as The Plaza and is still a prominent feature of the Liverpool skyline.
1964

© The Cloudesley Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Sport and celebrities in the Bystander Featured 27 Mar 2012 Image

Sport and celebrities in the Bystander

Page from the Bystander showing, from top left, lady Chesham with her greyhound, Silver Chain, a runner at White City stadium, The American polo team which defeated England by 13 goals to 3 in the first International Test Match and by 8 goals to 5 in the second, Miss Dorothy Dickson, actress, photographed with one of her greyhounds, the sport being described by the Bystander as the mode of the moment, the Rt Hon Neville Chamberlain photographed on Deeside salmon fishing and finally, Captain Malcolm Campbell beaming with satisfaction after winning the Grand Prix des Voitures Legeres at Boulogne. Driving a Bugatti, he made a mean speed of 108km 200m per hour. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Two teenagers outside the David Lewis Hotel, Liverpool Featured 27 Mar 2012 Image

Two teenagers outside the David Lewis Hotel, Liverpool

Two teenagers/young residents outside the David Lewis Hotel (or Hostel) and Theatre, fondly known as the Davy Lou, on Nile Street/Great George Street, Liverpool. Originally for seafarers, the hostel served as a temporary home for many transient workers in Liverpool, including these young apprentice electricians working on the construction of Liverpool's Sir John Moores Building for Littlewoods. The David Lewis Hotel was named after philanthropist David Lewis (1822-1885), a successful department store owner. The building, built in the early 1900s, also housed a theatre and club.The theatre was initially a music hall but was also used by local amateur dramatic groups and as a cinema and during World War II was known as the David Lewis Garrison Theatre. The building was demolished in 1980.
1964

© The Cloudesley Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library