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Pictures Dated 26th September 2017

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Featured 26 Sep 2017 Print

Unity Mitford and Lady Anne Hunloke

Unity Mitford and Lady Anne Hunloke selling programmes at the Royal Film matinee of 'The Good Companions' at the New Victoria Cinema attended by George V and Queen Mary. Unity Freeman-Mitford, fourth daughter of Lord and Lady Redesdale. Unity famously supported the Nazi party and during the run up the the second world war spent a lot of time with Hitler. In 1939 following Britain's declaration of war on Germany she attempted suicide by shooting herself but she survived and was sent back to the UK to recover. Unity died in 1948 aged 33 after suffering from meningitis. Date: 1933

Featured 26 Sep 2017 Print

Christmas Morning 1919

Impression of Christmas morning 1919 by H. M. Brock, the counterpart of an illustration done by H. M. Brock's brother, C. E. Brock of a Victorian Christmas morning in 1869. The two pictures were commissioned by The Graphic and appeared in its Christmas Number 1919, which celebrated the magazine's fiftieth anniversary. Its first issue launched on 4th December 1869. Note the Christmas presents enjoyed by the family's children - a tank, a plane and a teddy dressed in a Royal Navy uniform feature - indicating the period, immediately after the First World War. See picture number 11936741 for the 1869 picture. Date: 1919

Featured 26 Sep 2017 Print

The Ballad of the Graphic

Illustrated poem telling the story of The Graphic magazine, launched in 1869 by William Luson Thomas. The poem was written by the editor, J. M. Bulloch and illustrated by H. Nelson with key figures and events in the magazine's fifty year history (this appeared in the magazine's 50th anniversary Christmas number - it would actually run until 1933). See picture number 11936736 for the other page and the second half of the poem. Date: 1919