Guernica after bombing, Spanish Civil War, 1937
Photograph showing the Basque town of Guernica after the Nationalist air raids, 1937. Guernica was in Republican territory when Franco's Nationalist airforce combined with the German Condor Legion in an attempt to destroy the town.
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Monument of "Condor de Machu Picchu", Aguas Calientes
Monument of 'Condor de Machu Picchu', Aguas Calientes, Peru.
Image taken outdoors, daylight, no people in the image.
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Bubbly by John Hastings Turner
Flyer for Bubbly by J. Hastings Turner, presented by Ralph Haslam with music by Philip Braham. It was first produced at the Comedy Theatre in London, on 5th May 1917. Although the top of the card has 'From the Comedy Theatre' where the revue ran for 426 performances, the reverse has 'From the Alhambra Theatre, London, touring to Theatre Royal, Nottingham on 18th February 1918'. The image shows a large clay pipe on a red and white striped background with many bubbles floating. Seated on the largest is a female pierrot clown. The actors and actresses names appear in these bubbles. They are Ivy Tresmand, Doris Barrington, Gaby Condor, Florence Bayfield, Edith Payne, Bobbie Rutland, Claude Ryder, Ernest Seebold, Cedric Percival and Edmund Russell. The arrangement was by Andre Charlot. Date: 1917
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