1894 THE SKETCH Magazine ADELINA PATTIE Clara Marian Eissler HETTI HAMER Cromer Norfolk (8700)

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The Sketch

The Sketch was a British illustrated weekly newspaper, published between  February 1893 and  June 1959, by the Illustrated London News Company and was primarily a society magazine with regular features on Royalty and the aristocracy, theatre, cinema and arts, with a high photographic content.

This issue has 28 pages ( 56 sides)
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This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

 
Miss Hetty Hamer  full front page photographic study by W. And D. Downey of Ebury Street SW of a young actress
 Oxford v. Yale Athletic Sports - The Last Lap - Cady Falls in the Hurdle race - Jordan Completely Pumped in the Quarter Mile - Miel - High Jump - Sheldons Winning Jump - The Crowd Carry Greenhow Back to the Pavilion  full page of sporting sketches by Ralph Cleaver -
 W. Brockwell the Surrey Cricketer  photograph by Mayali and Co. of Piccadilly
 Lords - Between The Innings  crowfs of people on the pitch
 Miss Marianne Eissler  violinist
 Miss Clara Eisler with Her Harp  
 Some of Madame pattis Concert Party at Swansea - Mr Ganz - Madame Patti - Miss M. Eissler - Madame Hannah Jones - Miss C. Eissler  photograph by Russell and Sons of Baker Street London W.
 Madame Adelina Patti  full page photograph Specially Photographed by Messrs russell and Sons of Baker Street
 Cafe Sketches in Paris  full page of sketches by Dudley Hardy
 The Royal Family - Queen Victoria - Prince Albert - Princess Louise - Prince Alfred - Princess helena - Princess Alice - Princess Royal - Prince of Wales  the family out riding - from an old engraving c1840s
 Facetious Gent and Mr Dullard  full page comical sketch
 Cardboard Stencil called " Quest-ce que ca dit? " ..
 
 
The Bank of England:
The Bank Before the Church was Pulled Down  from an old engraving
 The Great Hall  from an old engraving
 Transfer Day at the Bank  from an old engraving
 I Know a Bank - A Consol-atory Reflection  from an old engraving
 Advertisement Bank Notes  Sleekburnc.
 Miss Whitehead the Bank Nun  from an old engraving
 The Banks Illuminations for the Recovery of George III  from an old engraving
 A Bank Cartoon by Rowlandson  from an old comical engraving
 
 
 Miss Violet Hunt  author
 Miss Finlinson  full page photograph of a lady by A. Bassano of Old Bond Street London W.
 Mr Arthur Williams as Lurcher in " Dorothy " ..
 Mr Arthur Williams as Corporal Bundy in " The Red Hussar " ..
Two illustrations drawn by Melton Prior for Novel in a Nutshell
 Miss Irene Iris  full page photograph by Lafayette of Dublin
 Mrs Humphry - " MAdge of Truth " ... photograph by Frances Browne of Regent Street
 Mr Alexander Macmillan  a London publisher of Messrs Macmillan and Co.
 Mr Frederick Macmillan  a London publisher
 Mr G. A. Macmillan  publisher
 Four Generations - Queen Victoria - The Prince of Wales - The Duke of York - Prince Edward Albert of York  a wonderful full page photograph of the family with the new baby, the future Edward VIII
 
 
 La Nuit  a beautiful full page blue tinted print drawn by Julius M. Price - a supplement print with a blank reverse and on a double page - A Fairy or dancer style lady
 
 
Art of the Day:
 A Papal Guasrd by M. Fortuny - Exhibited at Mr Mendozas Gallery ...
 Un Toreador by Gustave Bourgain - exhibited by a Societe des Aquarellistes Francais ...
 High Water at London Bridge by Samuel Bird  
 Sunset Over Christchurch Haven by Stuart Lloyd  
 Santa Flavia by Samuel Bird  
 Oer the Hills and Far Away by Gilbert Foster  
 Beyrout by Mr Henry Harper  
 The Vocal Memnon by Henry Harper  
 Plains of the Hauran Once the Granary of the Old World - by Henry Harper  
 Waiting for the Dawn: The Vocal Mamnon, Time of the Inundation of the Nile - by Harper  
 Low Nile at Esneh by Harper  
 
 
Snapshots at Cromer:
 Cromer FRom the Station  
 Cromer From the East Cliff  
 Cromer Church and Seafront  
 The Beach  
 The East Cliff  
 The West Cliff  
Full page
 
 
 The Light Side of Nature - Grafton Galleries Fair Women Admission 1/-  full page comical sketch by Phil May
 He Didnt Care About It - Mr and Mrs Thornton Smythe  full page comical print by Rene Bull - a cyclist couple and a snooty couple
 
 
Jam and Pickle Factory
 Mister Thomas Pink  of Pinks James, Pickles, Pepper etc
 Loading the Vans at Pinks Pickle Factory  
 The Boiling Room at Pinks  women workers
 Picking the Raw Fruit  women workers
 LAbelling Room  
 
 
 The torpedo Boat Destroyer " Hornet " .. drawing by Julius M. Price
 The United States Cruiser " New York " Placed in One of thr Principal Streets In Order to Give an IDea of thre Size ... artists impression
 
 
The Republic of Hawaii
 The Ex Queen Liliuokalani  
 Iolani Palace at Honolulu  photograph by W. A. Douglas
 Honolulu Harbour  photograph by Douglas
 Kapena Lake Two Miles fro Honolulu  
 Native Houses Made of Grass With Hao Tree Between  
 Princess Kaiuilani  photograph by Walery of Regent Street - info. Crown Princess Kaiulani
 Old Plantation Grove  Sleekburnc.
 First Catholic Church in The Hawaiian Islands at Puna  
 Hana Fromthe Bluffs, Mani  
 
 
 A Facsimile of the Great Duty Cheque Paid by Lipton for His Weeks Clearance of Tea and the Duty Paid to Her Majestys Customs  
 Cup Won By the Yacht Gardenia - Between Ramsgate and Calais  photograph of the Cup
 The Whitehead Challenge Cup  for revolver shooting
 Mr Robert Sherwood of Newmarket the Well Known Trainer  
Fashion - Two Dress Designs "specially dersigned for Yachting, seaside or holiday wear" !
Fashion -  The Golf Distingue Waterproof  
 Simmons Hood Perambulator  advert
 Cadburys Cocoa
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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
 
The Panorama of the Week - News in Brief
The Play and Its Story - " La Feme De Claude "
Notes From the Theatres by Monocle
Brockwell The Surrey Cricketer
Train Times
The " Kammervirtuosinnen " Eissler
Madame Patti
The Bicentenary of the Bank of England
The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street on Her 200th Birthday - poem or song by WCF <P<>The Book and Its Story - The Bachelor Girl "The Maidens Progress " By Violet Hunt
Novel in a Nutshell - A Government Clerk by Edith Julia Bain - short story
An Interview with Madge of Truth - Mrs Humphry
Some London Publishers - Messrs Macmillan And Co. by W. Roberts
Mr henry Harpers Pictures of Bible Land
The Literary Lounger
Small Talk
A Chat With a Mr Thomas Pink
the Republic of Hawaii
World of Sport by Olympian -Lawn Tennis - Cricket - Cycling
Racing Notes by Captain Coe Sleekburnc.
Hors Doeuvres - the naming of the new baby prince - Edward Albert etc with a small poem to remember all the names
Our Ladies Pages - by Florence - Florence Fenwick Miller
Notes From the Exchange - Company and other Issues etc - Answers To Correspondents
 

 
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The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 350 x 250 mm (13.5 x 9.75 inches).The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound, and the spine has been reinforced / repaired at some time. Some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. Some pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. The images vary in size. There are no outer advertising pages/cover unless otherwise stated. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated.

This item will be packaged in a tube.  

Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are No pages missing so if you are looking for something in particular in these pages PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at number 1. 

 
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