The Sketch Oct 24th 1906
- The Sketch Magazine.
The Sketch Magazine.
Copy has 16 pages, 32 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait photograph of Miss Irene Vanbrugh, The Nina of
"His House in Order."
Full page Weekly Feature "Motley Notes" by Keble Howard.
Yorkshire's Finest Monastic Church Destroyed.
Full page photograph showing the Burnt-Out Nave of Selby Abbey.
Full page Weekly Article called "The Clubman."
Together with photographs showing,-
1- The Submarine "Lutin," Sunk in Bizerta.
2- "The Worst Street in the West End of London" : Greek Street, Soho, where,
according to the Police, "some of the vilest reptiles live."
The Wedding of the Kaiser's "Dear Bertha."
Full page of photographs showing the Marriage of Fraulein Bertha Krupp and Herr Von Bohlen-Halbach.
Four page Weekly Article Called "Small Talk of the Week."
Together with photographs showing,-
1- A Loss to the Stage: Mrs. McDonald Sutor (Mrs Maesmore Morris).
2- A Leading Society Actress : Miss Muriel Wilson.
3- One of the Girl Hostesses of Society : Lady Edith Villiers.
4- The Grand Duchess Serge of Russia.
5- A London Hostess : Mrs. Park Lyle.
6- The Queen Dowager of Italy.
7- The Dowager Empress of Russia.
8- The Queen-Dowager of Spain.
9- The Queen of Roumania.
10- The Queen of Portugal.
11- Count Boni De Castellane.
12- Mrs. Frederick Gebhard.
A Princess said to be on a Marriage Broker's Books.
Full page photograph of Princess Marie Bonaparte.
Full page Weekly feature Article called "After Dinner," by Ernest A. Bryant.
Showing a photograph of a Soap-Tree.
Our Wonderful World !
Full page of Articles with photographs showing,-
1- Seven Pineapples on a Single Stalk.
2- Redskins who can only-Read and Write Shorthand.
3- Ulm, a Town that lives on Dead Dogs.
4- The Chameleon Sands of St. Joseph.
5- An Extraordinary Corn-Store, erected by a Trust-Fighting Miller.
6- A Strike of Jehus in Jerusalem : A Scene near the Jaffa Gate.
Full page Article called "The Stage from the Stalls," by E.F.S.
Together with Two portrait photographs.
1- The Actress Miss Margaret Illington.
2- The Author of "The Virgin Goddess" : Mr. Rudolf Besier.
Featuring The Featuring Trouble.
Full page of photographs showing Miss Maudi Darrell as "Edna May" and Miss Sydney Fairbrother as "Camille Clifford" in "The Beauty of Bath," at the Aldwych.
Drink to Live ; Dont Live to Drink !
Full page cartoon Illustration by H.M. Bateman.
Edison Juggins, the greatest Inventor of the Age.
Full page cartoon Illustration by Lawson Wood.
Full page Weekly Article called "Week-End Papers," by S.L. Bensusan.
"The Reincarnation of Mozart."
Full page photograph of Pepito Arriola, the Nine year old Wonder-Child Pianist,
whose playing has created a sensation.
Photograph by "Histed."
Full page Weekly feature Article called "The Literary Lounger."
Showing a portrait photograph of Bram Stoker.
A Bald Assertion.
Full page Cartoon Illustration by Charles Pears.
A Novel in a Nutshell.
A Two Full page Novel called,- "The Exile," by V.H. Friedlaender
"East is East, and West is West."
Full page Cartoon Illustration by Dudley Hardy : Showing types of Manly and Feminine Beauty.
Full page Article called "Heard in the Green Room."
Showing Three photographs,-
1- The Parisian Chanteuse who is appearing at the Empire : Mme. Juniori.
2- The Moulin Rouge, Paris.
3- The New Mimic who is to Appear at the Tivoli : Miss Clarice Mayne.
The Weekly Full page Article called "Key Notes," by Common Chord.
Showing portrait photographs of,-
1- Miss May Leslie Stuart, Daughter of the Famous Composer Mr. Leslie Stuart.
2- The Leading Tenor of the Autumn Season : Signor Zenatello.
Full page Weekly feature "The Man on the Car."
2- Motor Racing Still Attracts.
3- Daimler Uniformity.
4- Premiums on Anti-Motoring Evidence.
5- Winter Driving and Under Screens.
6- A Fuel Famine.
Full page Article called "The World of Sport," by Captain Coe.
1- Cambridgeshire Gossip.
2- Racecourse Riots.
3- Frank Wootton, the Jockey.
Two Full page Article called "Our Ladies Pages."
Together with photographs of,-
1- A Lady wearing an Evening Gown in Chiffon Velvet and Lace.
2- The China of 1800 reproduced in 1906 : Spode's "Bunches" at Messrs. Heal &
Sons', Tottenham Court Road.
3- The Stair-Case leading to the Clock Show-room at the Goldsmiths and
Silversmiths' Company, Regent Street.
4- The Magnificent Showroom at the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company.
The Weekly Feature "City Notes."
1- What Six Per Cent, Means.
2- American Rails and the Six Per Cent. Bank Tax.
3- Echoes from the House.
4- Nitrate Shares.