Daisy, Princess of Pless and her sons
Daisy, Princess Henry of Pless (1873 - 1943), formerly Mary Theresa Olivia Cornwallis-West. A great Edwardian society beauty, she married one of Imperial Germany's wealthiest princes in 1891. Her memoirs are an insightful record of the Edwardian era. Her son, pictured on the right here, became Hans Heinrich XVII, 4th Prince of Pless (1900 - 1984). The younger is Alexander Frederick (Alexander von Hochberg). Date: 1910
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LOUIS (XVII), Louis-Charles, of France (1785-1795)
LOUIS (XVII), Louis-Charles, of France (1785-1795). Dauphin de France, son of Louis XVI. Louis XVII aged 8, at the Temple, 1793. Vien, Joseph-Marie (1761-1848). Oil on canvas. FRANCE. ΌE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Mus饠Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum).
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Undated photograph of Ethel Beenham with cheesecloth
Undated photograph of Ethel Beenham with six feet of 30 inch wide cheesecloth in her mouth, showing how easily it can be rolled up and secreted in the mouth. This is one of series of photographs of Harry Price's investigations into the mediumship of Helen Duncan and of Esson Maule, who was involved with the exposure of Helen Duncan during a sance in Edinburgh. HPG/1/4/3 (xvii"
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