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Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh Lambert and her family - circa 1924 Featured Chiswick Print

Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh Lambert and her family - circa 1924

Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh-Lambert (1888-1981), prolific illustrator of children's books, pictured with her husband Charles Lambert, daughter Barbara and others, taken in Chiswick, west London. Grace Lambert is sitting in a deckchair, second from the left. Left to right at the back: James Lambert, a banker, his brother, dentist, Frank Lambert and their 1st cousin, Stanley Grantham-Hill, a doctor. Adults seated left to right: Charles Lambert, composer and banker, then aged 34, his wife Grace (full professional name was Helen Grace Culverwell Marsh-Lambert), Isa(belle) Grantham-Hill (sister of Auguste and Rudolf Lambert, parents respectvely of Charles, and James and Frank) and her husband Wilfred Grantham-Hill. (Stanley was their son.) Children are left to right: Barbara Lambert, daughter of Charles and Grace, Humphrey Grantham-Hill and Vera Grantham-Hill

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10470192

Incidents including train-wrecking: General Strike 1926 Featured Chiswick Print

Incidents including train-wrecking: General Strike 1926

Several scenes in England including: Liverpool Street Station crowds of commuters trying to get to work. Vandalism in Northumberland where fish-plates and bolts had been removed from the rails, under the restaurant car of the Flying Scotsman'. Also in Northumberland, the attempt to wreck the Flying Scotsman carrying over 300 passagers, near Cramlinton, showing the break in the rails with the overturned engine (right) and the next coach (removed to the side of the line on the left). Chiswick garage of the L.G.O.C. where the London volunteer bus-drivers and conductors slept during the strike. Recreation for The London Volunteer bus-drivers, conductors and other workers: A dance in the L.G.O.C. depot at Chiswick, during the strike. Date: May 1926

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Chiswick House engraving N110153 Featured Chiswick Print

Chiswick House engraving N110153

CHISWICK HOUSE, Burlington Lane, Hounslow, London. "A view of the back part of the Cassina and part of the Serpentine River terminated by the cascade in the garden of the Earl of Burlington at Chiswick." Caption also in French. The Cassina (Little House) is also known as the Bagnio (Bath House). The Serpentine River was created by landscaping and canalising the Bollo Brook. Engraving dated 1750. MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION

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