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Featured Lewisham Print

Lewisham Methodist Church CVS01_01_021

Lewisham Methodist Church and Sunday School, Albion Road, Lewisham, Greater London. Photographed in the 1880s from a gas balloon. The church (built in 1870) was badly damaged by a bomb in 1944 and later demolished. From the Cecil Victor Shadbolt collection of lantern slides dating from 1882-1892.

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Church, Victorian

Featured Lewisham Print

Topsy and Eva by Catherine Chisholm Cushing

Promotional postcard for Topsy and Eva by Catherine Chisholm Cushing; music R. and V. Duncan. First produced in England at the Hippodrome, Lewisham, 20th August and Gaiety Theatre, 4th October 1928. A musical version of Uncle Toms Cabin. English theatrical manager and impresario C. B. Cochran saw it in Chicago and noted "It must have been one of the freaks of the theatrical business. By all the rules it shouldnt run a week, but it made a fortune. (The Secrets of a Showman (1925) p. 386. Date: 1928

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Featured Lewisham Print

Mrs Gerald Legge with young sons Rupert and William

Mrs Gerald Legge(1929- 2016), featured in 'At home to the Sketch', with her sons Rupert(b. 1951) and William(b. 1949), at their home in 12 Chester Street, off Belgrave Square, London. Raine McCorquodale, the daughter of Barbara Cartland and stepmother to Diana, Princess of Wales, was a British socialite and politician; she was married three times and at this time was married to the Honorable Gerald Humphrey Legge, Viscount Lewisham and later, 9th Earl of Dartmouth. She was later known as Raine, Countess Spencer; and Comtesse de Chambrun. Date: 1952

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans