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Robot, 1928 - A Mechanical Man who may do work of tomorrow Featured 16 May 2018 Image

Robot, 1928 - A Mechanical Man who may do work of tomorrow

Mr. R. J. Wensley of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company operating a mechanical man or robot who, in response to spoken signals and notes blown on a pitch pipe, unveiled a portrait of George Washington. The Graphic comments the machine, suggests that one day the work of the world may be carried on by automatons who will never think of striking and goes on to cast doubt on their usefulness in the light of recent mechanised industrialisation leading to unemployment in America. The robot was named Herbert Televox, the first of several robots based on patents taken out by Wensley and created at Westinghouse.
1928

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Alice de Janze in court after shooting Raymond de Trafford Featured 16 May 2018 Image

Alice de Janze in court after shooting Raymond de Trafford

Alice de Janze, Comtesse de Janze and later, Alice de Trafford (1899-1941) pictured in court in Paris where she stood trial for shooting her lover Raymond de Trafford in the Gare du Nord. She was an American heiress who spent years in Kenya as a member of the Happy Valley set and was connected with numerous scandals, including the attempted murder of her lover in 1927, and the 1941 murder of The 22nd Earl of Erroll in Kenya. Her tempestuous life was marked by promiscuity, drug abuse and several suicide attempts. She and Raymond survived the shooting, she was fined just 100 francs and eventually married Raymond in 1932.
1928

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Prince of Wales at a boxing match Featured 16 May 2018 Image

The Prince of Wales at a boxing match

The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor) at the Ring on Blackfriars Road to see a fight between Jack Hood and Len Johnson. On the left of the front row is Mr George Harris, with Jimmy Wilde beside him. Mr Harry Preston is next to the Prince, and George Duller and Jack Anthony, the well-known jockeys, are on the left of the row immediately behind them.
1928

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans