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Thames Grand Regatta, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Wandsworth Print

Thames Grand Regatta, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Thames Grand Regatta, 1844. Racing on the River Thames at Putney in south-west London. Saturday, the third and last day's matches were attended by a very numerous assemblage of persons, amongst whom were many of rank and fashion: after the two or three first heats, the towing-path was almost impassable, and the river was so covered with pleasure- boats and other craft, that the police found much difficulty in keeping the course clear'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Sem on the Riviera, famous personalities 1913 Featured Wandsworth Print

Sem on the Riviera, famous personalities 1913

"Sem" on the Riviera - the famous caricaturist's very latest impressions. A page of caricatures by Sem (Georges Goursat) taken on the French Riviera. Clockwise from top left, Lord Howard de Walden, Mr Gordon Bennett, the millionaire newspaper proprietor at Ciro's, Monte Carlo, Lord Wandsworth, Lord Savile, Lord Westbury, all at the Hotel de Paris, Monte Carlo, M. Santos Dumont, M. Henri Rochefort and the Duc de Dino all at the Hotel Metropole, Monte Carlo and the Grand Duke Michael of Russia. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Our Day in London, October 1918 Featured Wandsworth Print

Our Day in London, October 1918

Four photographs reporting on activities across London during Our Day, an event organised to raise funds for the Red Cross. In Trafalgar Square, as pictured, there was a camouflage fair where a diminutive pony collector showed off specimens, munition girls sold Red Cross parachutes in faithfully recreated trenches, Lady Sybil Grant (daughter of Lord Rosebery) tried out a bioscope and George Robey auctioned a pig called Daisy which had been donated by the allotment holders of Wandsworth, although The Sketch reports it was donated by The Queen?! Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans