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Body of the late King George of Greece to Athens 1913 Featured 6 Oct 2016 Print

Body of the late King George of Greece to Athens 1913

The body of the late King George of Greece was conveyed with all state from Salonica, where he was assassinated in the hour of his country's victory, to the capital city of Athens. The coffin surmounted by the late monarch's military cap, was places upon a gun-carriage which was guarded by naval and military detchments. Photograph was just as the procession was setting out from the Cathedral to the Larissa Station in Athens for conveyance by rail to the family mausoleum at Tatoi, where the late King had a summer house. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Blue Mouse adapted by Roy Horniman Featured 6 Oct 2016 Print

The Blue Mouse adapted by Roy Horniman

The Blue Mouse adapted by Roy Horniman from the German of Alexander Engel & Julian Horst. First produced in Brighton, 27th April and at the Criterion 12th May 1914. Because his boss promotes staff with pretty wives, the hero gets the dancer known as the blue mouse to pose as his wife. Much of the farce derives from the confusion between the wife and the blue mouse. For the Criterion. Photos in the programme indicate that the human figures are from left to right, Madge Lessing as Kitty Vernon (the blue mouse), Eric Lewis as Sir Henry Dowse (the boss) and Percy Hutchison as the ambitious George Barker. Date: 1914

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

A lady in Traditional Bernaise costume posing with a bear Featured 6 Oct 2016 Print

A lady in Traditional Bernaise costume posing with a bear

A lady of Bern, Switzerland in Traditional Bernaise costume posing with a bear, the symbol of both the city and surrounding canton of Bern, Switzerland, and is featured in their coat of arms. The founding legend has it that Duke Berthold V of Zahringen vowed to choose as namesake for Bern the first animal his hunt met in the wood that was to be chopped down for the new city, which turned out to be a black bear. (see: 10956119) Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection