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Images Dated 19th September 2017

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Deborah Mitford and Andrew Cavendish, 1941 Featured 19 Sep 2017 Print

Deborah Mitford and Andrew Cavendish, 1941

Deborah Mitford (1920-2014), youngest of the six infamous Mitford sisters, pictured outside a London restaurant with her fianc鬠Lord Andrew Cavendish in April 1941, shortly before their marriage. Debo and Andrew would eventually become Duke and Duchess of Devonshire after Andrew's elder brother William was killed in combat towards the end of the Second World War. Date: 1941

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ethel Gabain and a sitter Featured 19 Sep 2017 Print

Ethel Gabain and a sitter

Ethel L鯮tine Gabain (26 March 1883 30 January 1950), French-English artist. Gabain was a renowned painter and lithographer and among the founding members of the Senefelder Club. She was the wife of the print maker John Copley and the mother of actor Peter Copley, and was also known by her married name of Ethel Copley. Pictured here with a sitter in 1941 - she painted numerous portraits of female war workers during the Second World War. Date: 1941

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sir Edwin Lutyens Featured 19 Sep 2017 Print

Sir Edwin Lutyens

Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens (1869-1944), architect and renowned creator of the government buildings at Delhi and the Cenotaph among other notable structures. Pictured in his Mansfield Street offices during the Second World War when he was responsible for designing the reconstruction of the capital. He is posed beside a model segment for his design for the Metropolitan Cathedral of Liverpool, intended to be a massive Romanesque masterpiece, but only the crypt was completed, the ambitious building considered too expensive in post-war Britain. The crypt forms part of the overall modern structure designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd, completed in 1967. Date: 1942

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans