John Allsebrook Simon HITLER BIRTHDAY Hippopotamus WASHINGTON PORTRAITS PATSHULL King Zog ANGLO IRISH AGREEMENT Chilham Castle Art Theft
Original Vintage Newspaper
Sir John Simon the Chancellor of the Exchequer - full page (fp) frontispiece fromt he painting by Gerald F. Kelly RA.
Queen Mary by Simon Elwes.
The Royal Academy 1938 - fp showing x5pics by Charles Cundall; L. Campbell Taylor; Sir John Lavery; Brenda Moore; F. W. Elwell.
Royal Academy - a double page (dp) showing x15pics:
Very Rev. Cyril Alington by Francis Dodd.
Diana Wynyard by Ethel Gabain.
Vera and Diana Wong by E. Borough Johnson.
My Wife by James Gunn.
The Mahadevi of Kengtung by Frank E. Beresford.
Colonel Rt. Hon. Viscount Wakefield of Hythe by L. M. Cohen.
Dr M. D. Brock by Harold Knight - info. Madeline Dorothy Brock English educationist; Headmistress of the Mary Datchelor Girls' School, Camberwell.
Hon. Lady Packe by Glyn Philpot.
Sir Holman Gregory by Harold Speed.
Plus other paintings by John Lavery - Harry Young - Charles Cundall - Laura Knight.
RA 1938 - dp showing x8pics:
Boadicea by Colin Gill.
Mr Pepys at Harwich by R. Lyon.
Pilgrim Fathers by A. R. Thomson.
John Ball by B. Fleetwood Walker.
John Masefield by Sir John Lavery.
Lt Col. J. T. C. Moore-Brabazon by Cuthbert Orde.
Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins FRS by Meredith Frampton.
Lord Chatfield by R. G. Eves.
Plus more page re. the 1938 Royal Academy paintings by Cundall; A. J. Munnings; James Bateman; Anna Zinkeisen; Robert D. Greenham; William Rothenstein; Edward I. Halliday; George Belcher; W. Russell Flint; F. M. Russell Flint.
Herr Hitlers Birthday - fp showing x5photos:
Herr Hitlers Forty-ninth Birthday Review in Berlin - shows the Fuhrer in motorcade driving past a large gathering of infantry, artillery, cavalry and mechanised units outside the Altes Museum and Lustgarten.
Outside The Chancellery: Nazi Guards Passing Birthday Parcels for Hitler into the Chancellery. c.keenlyside
Detachment of Naval Cadets During the Celebrations.
Herr Hitler Saluting an Anti-Aircraft Detachment in the March Past with Mobile Guns Drawn by Dragons
Hitler Examining a Set of Models of the Naval Fleet Presented by His Personal Adjutants - Hitler looking at the model surrounded by personal adjutants possibly including SS Leaders Bruckner and Wiedeman, Chauffeur, SS Group Leader Schaub.
Hippopotami Seen on Land (and air) in Mass Formation - dp showing x4photos taken by A. W. Redfern and A. G. Redfern; air photoby Imperial Airways Official.
Newly Discovered Vermeer Christ with the Disciples at Emmaus - x5photos showing detail of painting.
English Washingtons Associated with the Virginian Line showing x3 old portraits within text; plus family tree showing Lawrence Washington of Sulgrave and Brington down to William Legge, and President George Washington:
Sulgrave Washingtons: Elizabeth Legge Eldest Daughter of Sir William Washington.
Anne Villiers, Daughter of George Villiers of Brooksby, Wife of Sir William Washington of Kensington.
Susannah, Wife of Reginald Grahame.
Henry Son of Sir William and Lady Anne Washington, and Grandson of Lawrence Washington of Sulgrave - beautiful fp colour from a painting by unknown artist; from the Patshull House collection, Earl of Dartmouth (William Heneage Legge).
Lady Anne (nee Villiers), Wife of Sir William Washington , Direct Ancestor of President George Washington, and One of Her Daughters (poss. Elizabeth) - another wonderful fp in colour; as above.
George VI and Queen Elizabeth Feeding Trout in a Mill-stream at Laverstoke Paper Mill.
Scout Rally at Windsor Castle: The King and Queen with Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Visiting Crippled Scout Not in the parade.
St Pauls Cathedral: First Service of the Order of St Michael and St George Attended by the King.
Prelims to King Zog's Wedding: Albanian Womens Association Marching Past and Saluting the Kings Three Sisters.
Kig Zog's Three Sisters Acknowledging Salutes of Albanian Womens Asociation: Princesses Myzejen, Ruhije and Maxhide.
New Anglican Cathedral of All Saints in Cairo.
Uniforms for the Auxiliary Fire Brigades of the ARP - a woman and two men.
Light Fire Engines for A.R.P. Organisations: Trailer Pumps
Mr Wyndham Lewis's Portrait of Mr T. S. Eliot Rejected by the Royal Academy.
British Museum: 16thC Italian Reliquary Made of Rock Crystal and Gold.
A Book Binding Made for Edward VI by A Craftsman Employed by Thomas Wotton.
Next to the River Cam: Fellows Building, Queens College in Serious Risk of Collapse.
Signs of Instability in the 18thC Fellows Building: Big Cracks in a Wall with a Paper Tell Tale.
An American Army Badge Controversy: U.S. 45th National Guard Division With a Badge Resembling the Nazi Swastika - soldier being inspected at Denver.
Personalities and Event of The Weekl - a fp showing x12photos:
The FA Cup Final at Wembley and Preston north End Team and Reserve: Shankly - Gillimore - Maxwell (r) - Holdcroft - A. Beattie - Milne - Dougal - R. Beattie - Mutch - Smith (capt.) - Watmough - O'Donnell.
FA Cup Final Team, Huddersfield Town with Reserves: Brown (r) - Mountford - Hesford - Johnson (r) - reive - Craig - Boot - Macfayden - Wienand - Young - Barclay - Beasley - Watson (inset).
Lord Clarendon Appt Lord Chamberlain of HM Household - info. George Herbert Hyde Villiers. sleekburnc.
Herr Henlein Leader of the Pro-Nazi Section of Czechoslovakia's German Minority (Sudeten Germans) - info. Konrad Ernst Eduard Henlein.
Lord Cromer Retires as Lord Chamberlain - info. Rowland Thomas Baring.
Dr Douglas Hyde Nominated First President of Eire, Irish Free State.
King Zog of Albania and His Future Wife The Hungarian Countess Geraldine Apponyi.
Mr Filson Young Author and War Correspondent.
Sir Henry Newbolt Poet and Naval Historian.
Sir Guy Dawber RA.
Sir Robert Williams Engineer and Associate of Cecil Rhodes.
Lord Macgregor Mitchell Rector of St Andrews University.
The King and His Daughters Riding in Windsor Great Park: George VI with Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret - double centre page photograph to celebrate Princess Elizabeths 12th birthday
The Arts of War and Peace - fp showing x7photos:
General Franco's Progress Along the Pyrenees nr Bordetta int he Aran Valley: Nationalist Troops Exchanging Courtesies with French Frontier Guards.
Nationalist General Aranda and Staff by the Mediterranean.
A US Aeroplane Carrying a Parachute Container for Cavalry Supplies.
Supply from the Air of the U.S. Army: Canvas Covered Container of Five Gallons Capacity and Its Tightly Packed Parachute.
Bas Relief, by Mister Eric Gill, Presented to the League of Nations Buildings at Geneva by the British Government.
Tree Trunks Felled by Chinese Troops to Look Like Guns: Men of the Japanese Carrier Pigeon Unit Occupying a Captured Position While Releasing Their Birds.
HH Vikram Sinharao POwar of Dewas Enthroned in State
Southampton: The ?New Imperial Airways Landing Stage Bringing Passengers off a Flying Boat by Way of a Pontoon.
Stratford on Avon: Birthday Celebrations for Shakespeare's Birthday on the Main Street.
Natural History Museum, South Kensington: Framework for a Huge Blue Whale.
A Famous Zeebrugge Raid Ship to be Broken Up by a Ghent Firm: The Royal Daffodil Being Towed down River - info. built by Robert Stephenson & Sons at yard number 101, Newcastle on Tyne; was one of the Mersey ferries operating between Liverpool and Wallasey before being requisitioned during WW1.
Dunrobin The Duke of Sutherlands Private Train in Which the Prime Minister Travelled to Inverness.
A Realistic Representation of the Zeebrugge Raid Televised on the Twentieth Anniversary.
Anglo Irish Relations: Mr De Valera Leaving Downing Street After Signing the Agreement.
The Anglo Irish Agreement: Mr Malcolm Macdonald and Others - walking down a street.
Mr H. F. Broadbent The Auystralian Airman At Lympne Aerodrome After Establishing a New Record Solo Flight from Australia - shows him handing over letters; with others.
Mr Bernard Shaw Accepts the Deeds of the National Theatre: Receiving Earth and a Twig from Sir Robert Vansittart.
Australian Test Cricketers Commemorate Anzac Day at the Cenotaph: Don Bradman and McCabe with Other Members of the Team.
Mr Ralph Reader Being Invested with the Silver Wolf Badge, the Highest Scout Honour: Receiving the Badge from Lord Somers at The Albert Hall.
General Franco's Advance - fp showing x2photos:
Italian Savola-Marchetti Bombers Taking Part IN An Attack.
Bombs Bursting on a Road and Rail Junction.
The World of The Kinema - fp with text showing x14 photos: Anny Von Stosch - Beniamino Gigli - Gerhard Husch - Anny Konetzni - Charles Kullmann - helge Roswaenge - Rudolf Bockelmann - Rose Pauly - Julius Patzak - Kerstin Thorborg - Lauritz Melchior - Irma Beilke - Sir Thomas Beecham - Wilhelm Furtwangler.
The Magic Flut at Covent Garden - fp showing x6photos of the set.
Collectors Page; Exhibition by H. Harris and Sons: Early 16thC Arm or Boffet Chair Lent by S. W> Wolsey Ltd - One of a Set of Chairs in Walnut with Barley Sugar Twists Lent Miel by Capt. Hunters, Gilling Castle, Yorks - Mid 17thC Embroidered Back Arm Chair - 17thC Chair in Oak with Carved Back.
The Chilham Castle Art Robbery - fp showing x8photos:
Stolen Rembrand Saskia at Her Toilet.
A Gainsborough Stole from the Home of Sir Edmund Davis William Pitt the Younger.
Henry Earl of Suffolk by Joshua Reynolds.
Lady Clarges by Gainsborough.
The Hall of Chilham Castle, Where the Theft Took Place: Frames of the Rembrandt and Reynolds Leant Against a Chest.
How the Thieves Entered the House Through a Ground Floor Window.
One of the Four of Five Dogs That Were in the House During the Night of the Burglary: A Chow Chow in Repose.
One of the Picture Frames, From Which the Paintings Were Cut, Resting on a Cushion.
Anti Gas Training at a House Wifery Shcool: A Class of Women Being Instructed on How to Use the Gas Masks.
Anti Gas Training in England: Demonstration of the Tendency of Gas to Deswcend to the Lowest Level - photo taken at the Government Anti Gas School at Hawkhills, Easingwold, Yorks.
The Sussex Downs - fp advert for Worthington and Col Burton on Trent.
Science and Concerning Pigs: Wild Boar - African Wart Hog - The Babirusa of the Islands of Celebes and Buru.
Watches from Harrods, Knightsbridge SW1 - fp showing x6 watches with prices and description.
Mr H. E. Symons Motoring correspoindent of The Sketch, Driving a Standard Austin Eighteen Saloon to Djanet, in the Sahara Desert.
Morris Twelve Foiur Series III -hp adv.
MG Midget Series T - fp advert endorsed by Cecil Kimber Managing Dir. Of MG Cars (signature) showing a yachting scene; with inset of car at top.
HairPin Bend at the Foot of Bwlch-y-Groes and a Humber Snipe Sports Saloon Car Climbinb the Pass in North Wales.
Mr Donald Healey Alongside the Latest Triumph Dolomite Roadster Coupe Which He Will Drive in the RAC Rally.
Fp showing x3adverts: Forhans Dentifrice - Larola Cream - Four Dress Designs from Swan and Edgar with prices.
Plus various other adverts.
Our Note Book - by Arthur Bryant.
The Royal Academy.
Herr Hitler's Birthday - caption article approx 200wds
Hippopotamus by Mr A. W. Redfern - approx 400wds. Info. to accompany the photographs as stated above taken by Arthur William and Alan Gardiner Redfern.
The newly Discovered Vermeer Analysed - caption article approx 160wds.
Books of the Day - reviews by Charles E. Byles: Partish of St Martins in the Field by Sir George Gater - London Recalled by W. Alister Macdonald - The Guards Chapel by Major Sir Nevile Wilkinson. Plus short reviews of: The Mansion House by Lady Knill - Saint Pauls Cathedral London Then and Now by Arthur E. Henderson - Old Parish Life in London by Charles Pendrill - Legendary London by Lewis Spence - City of Traditions by William Dodgson Bowman.
The Playhouses - reviews: April Clouds at the Royalty - Elizabeth at the haymarket Theatre - As Husbands Go at the Garrick.
English Washingtons Associated with the Virginian Line: A Link Illustrated by the Magnificent Dartmouth Portraits at Patshull - by T. Papa MA FSA Co-author of The Washington Ancestry and also of Sulgrave Manor House and the Wasington Family etc.
The World of the Kinema by Michael Orme - reviews include: Jezebel starring Bette Davis, Henry Fonda and Mr George Brent - Bluebeards Eighth Wife starring Gary Cooper and Claudette Colbert.
Collectors Page by Frank Davis.
Art Robber At Chilham Castle - caption article approx 190wds.
A Scientist Deprecates Air Raid Panic. Breathe Freely! the Truth About Poison Gas: by James Kendall - An Appreciation by Sir John Squire.
Science Page: Concerning Pigs by W. P. Pycraft.
Chronicle of the Car - motoring column by H. Thornton Rutter.
This is an original but USED vintage newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. For a Birthday or anniversary etc please ask. The Illustrated London News was a magazine founded by Herbert Ingram with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
It measures 358 x 250 mm (14 x 10inches). There is no advertising cover. There are binding witness marks to the spine (see scan). The front/back page spine is separated half way down. There is a little age yellowing. Some of the pages are loose, and have handling marks, blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The images vary in size. 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, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Illustrated London News carry on from the previous weeks issue and therefore do not start at number 1. Sometimes the newspaper would have supplements which were numbered specially (eg. roman numerals or such like).
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