Funeral of Marie Lloyd, Hampstead, London, 12 October 1922, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Funeral of Marie Lloyd, Hampstead, London, 12 October 1922, (1933). English music hall singer and actor Marie Lloyd (1870-1922), youngest of eleven children, was 'one of the most popular comediennes of her time'. More than 50,000 people attended her funeral at Hampstead Cemetery. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]
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Cover of the illustrated book No.10 of July 12, 1919 of 'Història Popular de Catalunya'
Cover of the illustrated book No.10 of July 12, 1919 of 'Historia Popular de Catalunya' (Popular History of Catalonia) by Alfons Roure, distributed by Varia Bookshop in Petritxol street of Barcelona.
20th Century, Alfons, Barcelona, Bookshop, Catalonia, Colour, Dragon, History, Knight, Literature, Popular, Private Collection, Roure, Santiago Ortega, Spain, St George, Unknown, Varia, Vertical
'The Steam Boats, leaving Margate', 1820. Artist: John Shury
'The Steam Boats, leaving Margate', 1820. Margate is a seaside town in the district of Thanet in Kent. The town's history is tied closely to the sea and it has a proud maritime tradition. Steam boat excursions became so popular that in 1841 there were six different companies competing for the Margate passenger traffic. After Captain George Varlo. From Picture of Margate, and its Vicinity, by WC Oulton, Esq., author of the Traveller's Guide. Illustrated with a Map and Twenty Views, engraved by JJ Shury, from Drawings by Captain G Varlo, by WC Oulton. [Baldwin Craddock & Jay Paternoster, London, 1820]
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