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The Bright Young People at a party Featured Tennis Image

The Bright Young People at a party

A group of Bright Young Things at Captain Macheacan's fancy dress party where guests were instructed to come as a living celebrity. Standing from left: Richard Wyndham as a sculptor Frank Dobson, Stephen Tennant as Queen Marie of Romania, Elizabeth Ponsonby as Iris Tree and Cecil Beaton. Seated from left, Brian Howard, Mrs Sachaverel Sitwell as a sculptor's model, Inez Holden and Harold Acton. At the front is Talullah Bankhead as tennis player, Jean Borotra. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Helen Wills as a debutante Featured Tennis Image

Helen Wills as a debutante

Helen Wills Moody (1905-1998), American tennis player dominant during the 1920s and 30s, winner of 31 Grand Slam titles including 8 Wimbledon Championships. Pictured with Miss Walker departing to be presented at Court in May 1929. She was presented by Frau Sthamer, wife of the German Ambassador. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

May Sutton Bundy, American tennis player Featured Tennis Image

May Sutton Bundy, American tennis player

May Godfrey Sutton Bundy (September 25, 1886 October 4, 1975) female American tennis champion who was active during the first decades of the 20th century. At age 17 she won the singles title at the U.S. National Championships and in 1905 she became the first American player to win the singles title at Wimbledon. Pictured in The Tatler in that year. The magazine describes her as, The American lawn tennis-player who has come over to beat the English lady champions. Miss Sutton is only eighteen years of age, but has a remarkable forearm stroke and is an adept in the art of placing. Date: 1905

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans