Cut and he will not come again by Reginald Higgins
An illustration showing a mermaid with the shorn, shingled Eton crop hairstyle of the 1920s, looking rather forlorn as she waits for her lover to return. Unfortunately, because she has cut off all her beautiful locks in a fit of hysterical feminism, he's not interested any more! A rather chauvinistic illustration commenting on the trend for short and bobbed hair during the mid-20s.
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Portrait photograph by Janet Jevons of Beatrice ('Bea') Lillie (1894-1989) on the
Portrait photograph by Janet Jevons of Beatrice ('Bea') Lillie (1894-1989) on the cover of 'The Tatler', December 6, 1933 - Lillie (featured inset in costume) was at the time starring in "Please"! revue, London Savoy Date: 1933
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Family on a holiday outing, Dunwich, Suffolk
Family (Arthur, Harold, Lucy, Albert and Violet Auerbach) on a holiday outing to the village of Dunwich, Suffolk, 30 August 1908. The building is All Saints' Church, abandoned in the 1750s. By this time coastal erosion meant that the building was on the cliff edge: the tower fell in 1922.
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