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Cover May (née Golding), Betty (1894–1980)

May (née Golding), Betty (1894–1980)  

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Betty May (1894–1980), by Angus Basil, 1920s

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May (née Golding), Betty (1894–1980), artists’ model, dancer, and singer  

Richard Weight

May (née Golding), Betty (1894–1980), artists’ model, dancer, and singer, was born Bessie Golding on 25 August 1894 at 37 Lansdowne Road, West Ham, London, the eldest daughter and second of five children of George Golding (1871–1915), iron plater, and his wife, ...

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Ray, Sukumar (1887–1923), writer and illustrator  

Andrew Robinson

Ray, Sukumar (1887–1923), writer and illustrator, was born in Calcutta on 30 October 1887, the son of Upendrakishore Ray, otherwise Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury (1863–1915), a well-known Bengali writer, illustrator, song composer, publisher, and printer, and his wife, Bidhumukhi Devi. His father was a prominent figure in the western-influenced Hindu reform movement known as Brahmoism, which flourished in ...

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Reinagle family (per. c. 1760–1877), artists and musicians  

T. A. B. Corley

Reinagle family (per. c. 1760–1877), artists and musicians, came to prominence with Joseph Reinagle (fl. 1745–1775), a Hungarian former bandsman with the Empress Maria Theresa's army, who landed in Scotland in 1745 with the Young Pretender, Prince Charles Edward Stuart. After the prince's defeat ...

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Cover Shelley [née Milsom], Lilian (1892–c.1934)

Shelley [née Milsom], Lilian (1892–c.1934)  

Maker: Jacob Epstein

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Lilian Shelley (1892–c.1934), by Jacob Epstein, 1920

Osama Shukir Muhammed Amin FRCP/Wikipedia

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Shelley [née Milsom], Lilian (1892–c.1934), music hall and cabaret singer, artists’ model, and novelist  

Richard Weight

Shelley [née Milsom], Lilian (1892–c.1934), music hall and cabaret singer, artists’ model, and novelist, was born Lilian Milsom on 6 June 1892 in a sixteenth-century pub, the Three Sugar Loaves, at 2 Christmas Steps, Bristol, the daughter of Albert Milsom...

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Wooldridge, Harry Ellis (1845–1917), musician and artist  

Robert Bridges

revised by Anne Pimlott Baker

Wooldridge, Harry Ellis (1845–1917), musician and artist, was born on 28 March 1845 in the parish of St Lawrence in Winchester, Hampshire, the son of Harry Wooldridge, stationer and publisher, and his wife, Emma Frances Jones. He was educated privately before starting work at ...