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Stylish women wearing different headgear from Edelle Featured 26 Jul 2016 Print

Stylish women wearing different headgear from Edelle

Five stylish women wearing the following outfits from Edelle, 30, New Bond Street: hat and scarf to match of crepe de chine embroidered in cardinal red (left top), embroidered crepe de chine hat (left bottom), taffeta appliqued with flowers and leaves and beads (center), hat of fine straw embroidered with Mah Jongg symbols on a wide ribbon encircling the crown (right bottom) and hat with white chine beads - a medallion in front with chintz flowers decoration (right top) Date: 1924

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Stylish young ladies talking to each other Featured 26 Jul 2016 Print

Stylish young ladies talking to each other

Two young stylish ladies wearing the following outfits: A Jenner brushed-wool tomato sports coat, ornamented (accessorised) with shaded blue embroidery (left) and a lovely dress of mastic artificial silk with a shaded brown wool pattern introduced in the silk lace skirt. Date: 1923

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1920, 1923, 20s, Artificial, Cap, Caps, Coat, Costume, Embroidered, Embroidery, Fashion, Fashionable, Hat, Hats, Hewerdine, Jenner, Jenners, Lace, Mastic, Olive, Silk, Skirt, Skirts, Sports, Style, Stylish, Twenties, Woman, Women

Main Railway Station at Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine Featured 26 Jul 2016 Print

Main Railway Station at Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine

The Main Railway Station at Dnipropetrovsk (Dnepropetrovsk, Dnipro or Ekaterinoslav), Ukraine, built in the Russian revivalist style. As a little aside... The Russian word for station (written on this card), "Vokzal", derives from Vauxhall station in south London. Eager to learn more about how to introduce rail transport into his vast land, Russian Tsar Nicholas I sent a delegation to Britain in the mid-nineteenth century to study the railway system. The Russian party travelled on the South Western Railway, and were puzzled by the fact that every train stopped at Vauxhall. The mundane explanation was that the station was the ticket collecting point before trains arrived at Waterloo, where passengers could walk off without a ticket examination. The Russians, however, concluded that Vauxhall was a key transport hub and ushered its name into their language. !!! Date: 1901

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection