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George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey Featured 24 Oct 2019 Image

George Walker and Ada Overton Walker in In Dahomey

Miss Ada Overton Walker and Mr George Walker, performing "The Tsar of Dixie" a song in the play In Dahomey at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1903. The Tatler reports that the play was "produced with great success at Boston last September, is written and played by coloured people'. Aida Overton Walker (February 14, 1880 October 11, 1914), also billed as Ada Overton Walker and as "The Queen of the Cakewalk", was an African-American vaudeville performer, actress, singer, dancer, choreographer, and wife of vaudevillian George Walker. The mentions how Ada/Aida had made the cakewalk popular among the Four Hundred - the top rungs of New York society. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Herr Julius Seeth and his lions in a car, London Hippodrome Featured 24 Oct 2019 Image

Herr Julius Seeth and his lions in a car, London Hippodrome

Herr Julius Seeth of the London Hippodrome, taking his forest-bred lions for a trip on a Daimler motor car while performing there in 1903. The Tatler reports how one lion, Abdullah, took big mouthfuls out of the wheels, another, Menelik, took most kindly and with imperial dignity to motoring (presumably he's the one standing in the wagon) and another sat on a wing board which promptly collapsed. Note the silver grille around the Hippodrome's arena, which was raised by hydraulic rams to protect the audience during performances involving wild animals. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Queen Alexandra with tiger cub at the London Hippodrome Featured 24 Oct 2019 Image

Queen Alexandra with tiger cub at the London Hippodrome

Queen Alexandra, during a visit to the London Hippodrome on 22 November 1905 with her brother, King George I of Greece, and Prince and Princess Nicholas of Greece, pictured petting a tiger cub born in captivity to one of the animals in Richard Sawade's menagerie. The cub, called Babs became rather unruly and entangled his claws in the lace of the Queen's dress. Despite this behaviour, when news that the Queen had shown special favour towards Babs, Sawade was inundated with offers from ladies asking to buy him. The Illustrated London News remarks, presumably without irony, that on the same day, the Prince of Wales (later George V) shot his first tiger in India. Date: 1905

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