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Images Dated 28th February 1975

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Maria Brown's celebrates her first birthday. Maria's father, a boxing enthusiast Featured 28 Feb 1975 Print

Maria Brown's celebrates her first birthday. Maria's father, a boxing enthusiast

Maria Brown's celebrates her first birthday. Maria's father, a boxing enthusiast, named her after 25 Heavyweight Boxers.
She is pictured with her special birghday cake weighing 40 1bs - 2'9" long and 1'9" deep, beautifully decorated with her 26 names.
February 1975

© Mirrorpix

1970s, Birthdays, Cakes, Celebrations, Childhood, Childrens, Cute, Expressions, Food

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an Featured 28 Feb 1975 Print

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an usual canvas entitled The Runaways'. It is a large double portrait of John Stonehouse and Lord Lucan, who could fairly be described as the most famous pair of runaways of 1974. The mysterious third person, a veiled woman is, the artist says "The Goddess of Psychological Catastrophe". February 1975

© Mirrorpix

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an Featured 28 Feb 1975 Print

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an

Painting of Lord Lucan. Well known painter and Royal Academician has just completed an usual canvas entitled The Runaways'. It is a large double portrait of John Stonehouse and Lord Lucan, who could fairly be described as the most famous pair of runaways of 1974. The mysterious third person, a veiled woman is, the artist says "The Goddess of Psychological Catastrophe". February 1975

© Mirrorpix