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Images Dated 8th February 2017

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Training H.A.C. Reserves 1916 Featured 8 Feb 2017 Print

Training H.A.C. Reserves 1916

Honourable Artillery Company at Camp en Route training ground, practising essential requirements needed for battle at the Front in World War One. Date: 1916

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Mrs McCorquodale (Barbara Cartland) dressed as champagne Featured 8 Feb 2017 Print

Mrs McCorquodale (Barbara Cartland) dressed as champagne

Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland (1901-2000), married name Mrs Barbara McCorquodale, British novelist. Photographed here in a sparkling champagne dress, part of a living Christmas dinner set of fancy dress at the Santa Claus Ball held at the Kit-Cat club on 18 December 1929 in aid of Queen Charlotte's Hospital National Mother-Saving Campaign. The ball featured a pageant on the theme of Queen Charlotte's Christmas Dinner where well-known Society beauties were disguised as different courses, wine, spirits and puddings! The dresses were designed by the artist Mrs Peter Baxendale and the event was organised by Barbara herself. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sketch cover - the Marchesa Malacrida Featured 8 Feb 2017 Print

Sketch cover - the Marchesa Malacrida

Marchesa Nadja Malacrida portrayed by Olive Snell on the front cover of The Sketch magazine. She was born Louisa Nadia Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Green and niece of Lord Cowdray. Married Pier Malacrida Saint-August in 1922 who was a society decorator. The Sketch magazine mentions her, charming and unusually decorated house in Mayfair, adding, The severe style of her coiffure suits the Marchesa's type of beauty to perfection. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans