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Images Dated 14th November 2017

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The Countess of Rosse and her Daughter Featured 14 Nov 2017 Image

The Countess of Rosse and her Daughter

Anne Messel, the Countess of Rosse and her eldest daughter from her first marriage are shown in this photography. Anne Messel (later Parsons) was previously married to Ronald Armstrong-Jones, with whom she had a daughter and a son, before she married Michael Parsons, 6th Earl of Rosse on 19 September 1935. The couple had two sons. Her eldest son Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowden (from her previous marriage with Ronald Armstrong-Jones) married Princess Margaret. Madame Yevonde creates a picture-in-a-picture-like scenery for this portrait with the Countess of Rosse sitting in a frame while her daughter Susan stands in front of her with a little flower bouquet in her hands.
1938

© Yevonde Portrait Archive/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Molyneux/Chanel models Featured 14 Nov 2017 Image

Molyneux/Chanel models

A presentation of the latest evening fashion by Chanel (two on the left) and Molyneux (right). The three lovely ladies are members of the British high society. The Countess de Bosdari, wife of Count Cosmo Diodono de Bosdari, Councillor of the Italian Embassy in London, the Countess de la Falaise, wife of Comte Alain de la Falaise, who she divorced after just a short time of marriage, and Miss June Child, the daughter of Madame Davila de Pena, show off their modelling skills. Being fashion role models the three women demonstrate what to wear to the next soiree.
1932

© Yevonde Portrait Archive/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Corby Pole Fair, Northamptonshire 1902 Featured 14 Nov 2017 Image

Corby Pole Fair, Northamptonshire 1902

Once every twenty years on Whit-Monday the people of Corby in Northamptonshire celebrate by holding a unique fair in commemoration of a charter granted to them by Queen Elizabeth in 1585 and confirmed by Charles II in 1682. Decorated with bunting and evergreens, arched with the sign Welcome to Our Fair, visitors entering would have to pay a toll, who ever passes without a toll tickert, (the value is optional) would be placed into the stocks, there remain till they pay.
1902

© Mary Evans Picture Library