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Images Dated 19th October 2017

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Bruce Ingram by John St Helier Lander Featured 19 Oct 2017 Print

Bruce Ingram by John St Helier Lander

Sir Bruce Stirling Ingram OBE MC (1877 - 1963), journalist and newspaper editor. The grandson of the paper's founder, Herbert Ingram, he edited the Illustrated London News from 1900 to 1963, the longest tenure of any Fleet Street editor. Also edited The Sketch. Pictured in uniform - he served with the Royal Garrison Artillery during the First World War, took part in the Battles of the Somme and Cambrai.
1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Maskelyne and Devant performing trick 1906 Featured 19 Oct 2017 Print

Maskelyne and Devant performing trick 1906

'A trick without a title', Maskelyne and Devant stage magicians are offering 50 for the best title for their trick. In the course of the trick a man is bound to an iron frame in such a way that he cannot move his hands, body or legs. He is put into a cupboard, which is hoisted up clear of the stage. The doors of the cupboard are then closed. When they are opened, something has happened buy Messrs. Maskelyne and Devant wish to keep the climax of the trick as a surprice to their audience.
1906

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

St Paul's constractor, by William Heath Robinson Featured 19 Oct 2017 Print

St Paul's constractor, by William Heath Robinson

In 1913 the major architectural journals were reporting about the possibility that the dome of St Pauls could collapse due to subsidence and the weakness of the supporting piers. The dome was leaning to the south-west and was becoming noticeable. Illustration by William Heath Robinson showing builders propping up and repairing St Paul's Cathedral.
1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans