May De Sousa BERTHA KRUPP Edna May MABEL GREEN Townshend Inquiry
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. engravings, photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
The Remarkable Townshend Inquiry: The Marquess Asisting The Marchioness To Alight at the Old Hall Lincolns Inn - full front page
Fraulein Bertha Krupp Who is Engaged to Herr Von Bohlen Habac - photos by Kessler.
Savaged and Badly Wounded By Marigold IV - Otto Madden - the jockey savaged by a horse photo by Sherborn.
AN MP Dogged By Misfortune: Mr Arnold Herbert - photo by Starling.
New Art Advertising: An Elaborate Hoarding in Munich.
Aristocratic Yachts and Yachtsmen at Cowes - Admiral Sir Henry Stephenson - Sir Maurice FitzGeralds Satanita - Mr Foster - The German Emperors Meteor - The King on His Yacht Britannia - Mr Robert Youngs Famous Yacht The Nyria - The Marquess of Ailsa - The Meteor, The Kariad adn the Cetonia - Sir John Jackson - full page with photos by Bowden Brothers.
Host of the King of Spain ( Alfonso XIII ) During His Majestys First Visit to Scotland: Lord Leith of Fyvie.
Fyvie Castel Aberdeenshire - photo by J Valentine.
Sent Down for Climbing a Church Spire ( Oundle Church ): Master K. M. Ward - son of Professor J. Ward of Cambridge.
The Only Manchester LAdy Who Rides Astride: Miss Gresham of Oak Bank, Old Trafford - photo by R. Banks.
More Bloodless Duelling: The Negrier and Andre Affair - General De Negrier, The Challenged, After The Duel - - The Journalists of Paris Do tHeir Best to See The Fight, The Scene Outside Prince Murats House Rue De Monceau - - General Andre The Challenger, After The Duel - photos by Branger.
Great Britain And Germany in Friendship - Todays Meeting Between the King and Kaiser at Friedrichshof: The Monarchs Greeting One Another in the Grand Hall in 1901.
Friedrichshof, the Scene of Todays meeting miel Between the Two Monarchs.
The New Spanish Ambassador to this Country: Senor de Villaurrutia.
The New Duke of Rutland Formerly The Marquess of Granby.
The New Duchess of Rutland Formerly The Marchioness of Granby.
Engaged to Captain Clive Coates: Lady Celia Crewe-Milnes..
Engaged to Baron Frantz Van Heemstra - Miss Florence Foster.
Miss May De Sousa as O Mimosa San in The Revival of The Geisha at Dalys - Full page of lady in Japanese dress by Bassano.
Cold Storage At Home: A Liquid Air Refrigerator. reive
Food Fit for A Giants Table: A Barrow Load of Huge Vegetables in a South Californian. Garden - photo by Pierce and co.
Our Wonderful World - several photos on a full page :-
The Happy Fakir - A Hermit at Home
Built By A One Armed Postman
A Monkey in Spectacles - (operated on for cataract at Breslau)
A Special Cotton Train at Kafr Zayat - 834 Feet Long
Training Canine VCs in France: The Dummy is Formally Introduced to the Dog
Training Canine VCs - Dummy and Dog Become Better Acquainted
The Future Sarah Bernhardt? - Mlle Barjac - photo by Manuel
Spirits of Wine - Sparkling Moselle - full page drawn by Frank Haviland - shows a girl with a glass of wine
The Bus as a Sanatorium - The Lady and The Conductor - a full page sketch by John Hassall showing a lady with umbrella and a bus and conductor
Pictorial Suggestions for The Croquet Player - full page photos by Reinhold Thiele
The pleasure of Sport - Unhappy Non Smoking Angler - comical b H. M. Bateman
At Boulogne - full page photo of Miss Doris Stocker by Bassano (tear to border, slightly affecting the picture.
The Coolest Place for a Holiday - photo of Miss Florence Smithson by Bassano (apparently sitting on a platform high above the city; tear to border, slightly affecting the picture).
A full page with four photos of Miss Mabel Green by Bassano.
Double page with 3 portraits of Miss Edna May by Bassano (small tear to bottom border, affecting title).
A Dream of August by the sea - full page Portrait of Miss Phyllis Dare by B (small tear only affecting border)
Full page portrait of miss Maude Odell (in a bathing costume set in a drawing on the steps of a wheeled bathing hut,) by B
Full page portrait set in a drawing of a seaside cave, of Miss Hilda Hammerton
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Great Snakes! - Sam And The Cigar Snake: A Tale of the Customs - full page comical sketch by Rene Bull
A Sailing Boat for 25/- and How to Make It - five photographs
What Is One Among So Many? - The Bread Winner - full page comical sketch by Lawson Wood - a hunter returning to his wife and family with nothing but a small bird
Ireland - full page with 6 photographs - Londonderry and the River Foyle - The Grand Causeway, Giants Causeway From the Sea (showing a house in the background) - The Famous Rope Bridge at Carrick a Rede - Ess Na Crub Glenariff Co Antrim - Upper Parkmore Fall, Glenariff - The Wishing Arch at White Rocks Portrush
A Gem Recut - a witch, gnomes riding on an octopus type animal - sketch by H. C. Sandy
Miss Marie Studholme as Miss Molly Seamore in The Geisha
Miss Moyna Hill Sleekburnc.
THe Gramophone as Music Master
Fashions: A Useful Little Frock for the Country - A Smart Embroidered Muslin Dress
Presented to The London (battleship) by London - ships bell in bell metal
The Properly Equipped Travelling Bag from Odol.
Motley Notes By Keble Howard - Chicot.
Small Talk of the Week.
After Dinner by Ernest A. Bryant
The Stage From The Stalls by E. F. S. Monocle .
The Literary Lounger by O.O.
A Novel in a Nutshell byJ. Sackville Martin - Priest and Man.
Heard in The Green Room.
Keynotes by Common Chord.
Our Ladies Page by Sybil.
Ireland by a new Route.
City Notes including - Answers to Correspondents and more.
Racing Tips by Captain Coe.
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, 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 - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are 3 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 carried on from the previous issue so dont start at no.1.
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