Scruffts Essex Hylands May 26, 2019
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Picture shows: Finalists of class Emma Alcock and Bailey who came third in Most Handsome Crossbreed Dog at the Judging of the Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year competition at All about Dogs Chelmsford, Essex, exclusively supported by James Wellbeloved.
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Leighs Priory, Essex, engraved by E. Young, 1832 (engraving)
XJF451304 Leighs Priory, Essex, engraved by E. Young, 1832 (engraving) by Bartlett, William Henry (1809-54) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Leez Priory, 16th century mansion built on the site of an Augustinian priory by Sir Richard Rich (c.1497-1567) Earl of Warwick;); English, out of copyright
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Demonstration of the wireless telephone
Demonstration of the wireless telephone, June 1920. In the 1920s, broadcasting was still in its infancy, with radio transmitters and receivers owned only by amateur enthusiasts. To demonstrate the potential and efficiency of the 'wireless telephone' as a means of broadcasting, Dame Nellie Melba, the Australian soprano shown here, gave a concert of operatic arias that was transmitted across Europe from Essex, England. People gathered at receiving stations were impressed by the clarity of tone. This portrait is from the Bain News Service, one of America's oldest news picture agencies, which holds images dating from the 1890s to the 1930s.
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