'Hardwick Hall, A Seat of His Grace The Duke of Devonshire', c1907. Artist: Leonard Willoughby
'Hardwick Hall, A Seat of His Grace The Duke of Devonshire', c1907. Hardwick Hall was designed by the architect Robert Smythson (1535?1614) and built between 1590 and 1597. It is a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house. From The Connoisseur Volume XLII. [The Connoisseur Ltd., London, 1915]
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James Callaghan, Labour politician, outside Number 10
James "Jim" Callaghan (Leonard James Callaghan, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, 1912-2005), Labour politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1964-1967, Home Secretary 1967-1970, Foreign Secretary 1974-1976, and Prime Minister 1976-1979. Seen here coming out of number 10 Downing Street, London, possibly at the end of his tenure as Prime Minister after saying the fatal words, 'Crisis? What Crisis?' during a period of industrial unrest.
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What People Are Wearing - Annika Wills and Anne Nightingale
On the left: The English actress Annika Wills (better known as Anneke Wills, b. 1941) wearing a Levi jacket and jeans from Sportique and a matching hat belonging to her husband, the actor Michael Gough.
On the right: The first female presenter on BBC Radio 1 and its longest-serving presenter, Anne Nightingale (b. 1940) wearing a corduroy coat by Gerald McCann and lace-up suede boots from the Leonard boutique.
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