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Duchess of York - Toc H League of Helpers - lighting lamps Featured Royal Albert Hall Print

Duchess of York - Toc H League of Helpers - lighting lamps

Elizabeth the Duchess of York (later Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1900-2002) lighting lamps at the Toc H League of Helpers Festival and lamplighting Ceremonial at the Royal Albert Hall, London - October 27th 1934. The Duchess lit lamps of 28 new branches including Auckland, Bulawayo and Vancouver. Toc H is an international Christian movement. The name is an abbreviation for Talbot House, Toc signifying the letter T in the signals spelling alphabet used by the British Army in World War I. Date: 1934

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Billie Carleton & Malvina Longfellow Featured Royal Albert Hall Print

Billie Carleton & Malvina Longfellow

A double page spread of photographs profiling Billie Carleton, (4 September 1896 28 November 1918), English musical comedy actress during the First World War. She began her professional stage career at age 15 and was playing roles in the West End by age 18. She appeared in the hit musical The Boy (1917), which led to a starring role in The Freedom of the Seas in 1918. She was found dead (just a few months after these pictures were published), apparently of a drug overdose, the morning after she had appeared at the famous Victory Ball at the Royal Albert Hall, held to celebrate the end of the First World War. Pictured here at the home of Malvina Longfellow, film actress at the latter's home in Margaretting, Essex. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Victory Ball at the Albert Hall, end of WW1 Featured Royal Albert Hall Print

Victory Ball at the Albert Hall, end of WW1

Prominent members of society and notable personalities, pictured in fancy dress at the famous Victory Ball, held at the Royal Albert Hall in November 1918 to celebrate the end of the First World War. Top photograph shows, from left to right, Colonel Haddo, unknown, Lady Diana Manners (later Cooper, dressed as Britannia), Sir John Lavery, Lady (Hazel) Lavery and General Brancker. Along the bottom from left to right is Lady Mainwaring and Captain Straker of the Irish Guards, Lady Lisburne (formerly Regina de Bittencourt in a particularly flamboyant headdress), Count Raben-Levetzau, attached to the Danish Legation in London, and Mrs Montague. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans