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Images Dated 22nd June 2016

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NEW YORK: HOBOS, 1915. Hobos moving Hotel de Gink, a hotel for itinerant workers Featured 22 Jun 2016 Print

NEW YORK: HOBOS, 1915. Hobos moving Hotel de Gink, a hotel for itinerant workers

NEW YORK: HOBOS, 1915.
Hobos moving Hotel de Gink, a hotel for itinerant workers on the Bowery in New York City. Photograph, 8 April 1915

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1915, American, April, Bowery, Boy, De, Early, Gink, Group, Hobo, Hotel, Interior, Itinerant Worker, Men, Moving, New York, North, Photograph, Poor, Sewing Machine, Working Class

Cover of ILN 9th August 1879, Archibald Forbes Featured 22 Jun 2016 Print

Cover of ILN 9th August 1879, Archibald Forbes

Cover of the Illustrated London News, 9th August 1879, featuring the ride of Archibald Forbes, Special Correspondent of the Daily News, from Ulundi in the Zulu War, "bloody with spurring, fiery red with haste". Date: 1879

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1879, 9th, Africa, Archibald, August, Bloody, Correspondent, Cover, Daily, Fiery, Forbes, Forbess, Haste, Illustrated, Journalist, London, News, Red, Ride, Special, Spurring, Ulundi, War, Wars, Zulu

Lady Elcho and her children Featured 22 Jun 2016 Print

Lady Elcho and her children

Lady Violet Catherine Manners, Lady Charteris, Lady Elcho (1888-1971), second daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, wife of Captain Hugo Francis Charteris, Lord Elcho, eldest son of the Earl of Wemyss pictured with her two little sons, the Hon. Francis David Charteris (born 1912) and the Hon. Martin Michael Charles Charteris (born 1913). Lord Elcho, who held a commission with the Gloucestershire Yeomanry at the time this picture was taken, was killed in action on 23 April 1916. Francis (1912-2008) became 12th Earl of Wemyss. Violet was the sister of well-known socialite Lady Diana Manners (Lady Diana Cooper). Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans