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WITH YOUNG.

WITH YOUNG.

Wocdpigeons are well established in London parks and even breed in the heart of the City. In Richmond Park in the winter of 1950 their numbers were estimated at 3000, comprising resident birds whose ranks had almost certainly been swollen by immigrants from the Continent, who ha
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
20—THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS— January 5, 1952 HERE AGAIN: TRADITIONAL PANTOMIMES THAT FORM AN INTEGRAL PART OF CHRISTMASTIDE. (right.) IN

20—THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS— January 5, 1952 HERE AGAIN: TRADITIONAL PANTOMIMES THAT FORM AN INTEGRAL PART OF CHRISTMASTIDE. (right.) IN

BOOTS ON ICE AT THE EMPRESS HALL : QUEEN FESTIVIA (DIANA GRAFTON) DOING AN AGILE SPLITS MOVEMENT. THE PANTOMIME IS WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY EVE BRADFIELD. PANTOMIME, that traditional British entertainment which has been compared to a Christmas stocking stuffed with every imaginab
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
A PAGE FOR COLLECTORS.

A PAGE FOR COLLECTORS.

By FRANK DAVIS.* errors of judgment which bias and even blindness may produce, it is inwardness and internal honestywhich carries conviction, particularly to other artists. Neither erudition nor intellectual analysis can compensate for the lack of that life." From this startingp
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
COVERED STONEWARE POT ; BY BERNARD LEACH. Width 12 !KS.

COVERED STONEWARE POT ; BY BERNARD LEACH. Width 12 !KS.

BLACK SLIPWARE CIDER JAR ;BY MICHAEL CARDEW. About 17 ins. Ugh. This is one of the fine big pots made by Michael Cardew at Winch combe, Gloucestershire, built upon right use of tradition which seems to to have an equivalent life and value Hamada's work in Japan. The fully develo
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THIS is a book which will puzzle many, and delight a few. Margins, type, illustrations —its whole physical appearance—are beautifully

THIS is a book which will puzzle many, and delight a few. Margins, type, illustrations —its whole physical appearance—are beautifully

THIS is a book which will puzzle many, and delight a few. Margins, type, illustrations —its whole physical appearance—are beautifully in key with brief introduction, in which Mr. Bernard Leach, a practical and, in my opinion, a great potter, gives to the world a sensitive and per
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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January 5, 1952 , . itiiirinniiiimiiiiniTmiiniiiTuiimi.ii.—

January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
DR. EDMUND H. FELLOWES.

DR. EDMUND H. FELLOWES.

Died on December 21, aged eighty-one. He made a vital contribution to our knowledge of Tudor music. Ordained in 1894, he became a Minor Canon of St. George’s Chapti, Windsor, in 1900, and on the death of Sir Walter Parratt in 1924 was given charge of the famous choir. He wrote a
January 5, 1952 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England