The Sketch Jan 9th 1907.
- The Sketch Magazine.
The Sketch, Jan 9th 1907.
This copy has 17 pages, 34 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a photograph of Mme. Colette Willy, and the Marquise de Morny, in "Reve D'Egypte."
Photograph by Underwood and Underwood.
Motley Notes. by Keble Howard.
"We have Never Made Any Claim To Telepathy."
Full page showing the most sensational Music-Hall "Turn" of the moment.
The Utopia Hunter, by Dion Clayton Calthrop.
The Beating-Of-The-Heart Code At Work. "Two Hearts that Beat as One."
Full page illustration called "Zancigging on Wimbledon Common.
Drawn by W. Heath Robinson.
John the Baptist's Head as a New Role for very Enterprising Actors.
Full page photograph showing, Fraulein Anna Sutter as Salome before the Head of John the Baptist, in Richard Strauss's Opera, "Salome," at the Stuttgart Court Theatre.
A Polo Team of Dukes to Visit England.
Studies of Human Expression in Animals.
A Canine Footballer.
Full page of illustrations showing Pompey the Footballing Dog.
The Stage From the Stalls, by J.W.
Article, with a photograph of Princess Estelle De Broglie, who is Appearing at the Tivoli.
Joey, Old 'Un, and Co., at the Vaudeville
Full page showing Photgraph of Figures in "The Belle of Mayfair" Harlequinade.
1- Swell (Mr. Charles Angelo).
2- Clown (Mr. Arthur Williams).
3- Pantaloon (Mr. Sam Walsh).
4- Columbine (Miss Billie Burke).
5- Harlequin (Mr. Farren Soutar).
Article - "Small Talk."
Our Wonderful World.
Full page showing Six photographs,-
1- The Least Comfortable Cab in the World.
2- The Sedan Chair.
3- A Fortune in Church-Bells.
4- Pavement that may be Mined for Gold.
5- English Fire-Engines in Russia.
6- An Engine Drawn by Four Horses and Driven by Two Drivers.
Article called, "Crowns Coronets & Courtiers."
Nature of Art - Which is the Better ?
Page showing Three Statuettes of the Average American Student, compared with threee Classical Figures.
The Three Classical Statuettes are,-
1- Cleopatra with the Asp.
2- The Capitoline Venus. (Front)
3- The Capitoline Venus. (Back)
Article called, "After Dinner," by Ernest A. Bryant.
After The Wreck.
Full page illustration called "Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining." Drawn by Lawson Wood."
Full page Article called, "Heard In The Green Room."
Our Village Slate CL-Pub.
Full page illustration Drawn by G. E. Studdy.
Full page Article "The Literary Lounger."
Further Trouble in Morocco.
Full page illustration Drawn by Dudley Hardy.
Two Novels in a Nutshell.
1- A Chance Meeting. By George Surrey.
2- An Old Flame. By F. Harris Deans.
The Froggies' Channel Tunnel.
Full page of illustrations Drawn by Benjamin Rabier.
The Gibson Waist in Pompadour Days.
Full page photograph showing Miss Camille Clifford as La Pompadour in the Vaudeville Harlequinade.
Fireside Puzzles, by "Sphinx."
Full page illustration by W.Heath Robinson, called, "A Dispute about Chestnuts."
Full page Article called, "World's Whispers."
Full page Article called "Key-Notes." By Common Chord.
Full page Article called "The Man on the Car."
1- The Work of the Motor Union.
2- Snow and the Car.
3- Entries for the Side-Slip and Skid-Prevention Competition.
4- The Great Race organised by Germany.
5- The Automatic Inlet-Valve.
6- A New Inflator.
Article called "World Of Sport." By Captain Coe.
Two Full page Article called "Our Ladies Pages."
Article called "City Notes."