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In the enchanting world of Britannia and Eve, July 1939, a captivating picture (No. 10743654) unveils Miss Richmond and her majestic deerhounds

Background imageOwner Collection: JACK LECAIN (1887-1939). Driver in the 6th International 300-Mile Sweepstakes Race

JACK LECAIN (1887-1939). Driver in the 6th International 300-Mile Sweepstakes Race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1916. Photograph

Background imageOwner Collection: Miss Richmond and her deerhounds

Miss Richmond and her deerhounds
Miss M. Richmond of the Warren, nearly Henley-on-Thames, pictured with her Bridge Sollers deerhounds, the largest kennel of the ancient breed at the time

Background imageOwner Collection: Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller

Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller
Hon Dorothy Wyndham Paget (1905-1960) with her champion racehorse, Golden Miller (1927-1957). Date: circa 1930s

Background imageOwner Collection: Britannia and Eve, July 1939

Britannia and Eve, July 1939
Front cover illustration depicting a woman with a typical 1940s hairstyle hugging her wire-haired fox terrier dog

Background imageOwner Collection: Picture No. 10743654

Picture No. 10743654
RABBIT - in indoor cage Date:

Background imageOwner Collection: Poster, Exide, The Long Life Car Battery

Poster, Exide, The Long Life Car Battery, needs no handle to its name. circa 1945

Background imageOwner Collection: Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth

Oliver Dixon, Cpt. de Wend-Fenton and Cpt. Stanyforth
A Sporting Trio - The famous Reading horse dealer from Reading Mr Oliver Dixon, Captain J D L de Wend-Fenton owner and rider and the MCC Cricket Captian Cpt, Stanyforth riding Aesop at Sandown

Background imageOwner Collection: Peppino Leoni - owner of Quo Vadis restaurant

Peppino Leoni - owner of Quo Vadis restaurant
Peppino Leoni, a native of Cannero, on the shores of Lake Maggiore, seen here in his restaurant, Quo Vadis on Dean Street, Soho, London

Background imageOwner Collection: Very Long Dachshund Dog

Very Long Dachshund Dog
A very long Dachshund causes a problem for traffic when it crosses the road with his owner. Date: 1918

Background imageOwner Collection: Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier puppy by Cecil Aldin

Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier puppy by Cecil Aldin
Illustrations of a Sealyham terrier called Bunch, by Cecil Aldin. Seen here running away from his owners (left) and winding his lead round his masters legs (right). Date: 1932

Background imageOwner Collection: This Weeks Woggles! XV. - Affection by Cecil Aldin

This Weeks Woggles! XV. - Affection by Cecil Aldin
Number XV in a series of illustration by artist Cecil Aldin starring his pet Sealyham Terrier, Woggles. Here, Woggles enjoys a little snack slipped to him by his female owner who sits in an armchair

Background imageOwner Collection: His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy

His Broadcast Masters Voice by George Studdy
A spoof on the famous His Masters Voice logo featuring a dog listening to a gramophone; Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy

Background imageOwner Collection: I m beginning to think somebody loves me! by G. E Studdy

I m beginning to think somebody loves me! by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing Bonzo the dog sitting in his basket enjoying a pet from his owner and a bone in his dog bowl

Background imageOwner Collection: The Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert, North west Africa - two camels stride across the sand, accompanied by their Bedouin owner. Date: circa 1915

Background imageOwner Collection: John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy

John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy
JOHN PASSMORE EDWARDS MP (1823 - 1911) Liberal Member of Parliament for Salisbury, Philanthropist, British journalist, owner and editor of the London newspaper The Echo

Background imageOwner Collection: Miners and owner, Hook Colliery, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Miners and owner, Hook Colliery, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A group of men at Hook Colliery, near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, South Wales. They are the current shift of miners plus the owner, standing near a wooden headframe connected to a mineshaft

Background imageOwner Collection: A Miscarriage of Justice

A Miscarriage of Justice
A rather wicked looking Bonzo sniggers to himself as his brother gets a telling off for some naughty prank of which is entirely innocent

Background imageOwner Collection: Don t worry about me! by G. E Studdy

Don t worry about me! by G. E Studdy
Colour illustration by George Ernest Studdy (1878-1948) showing Bonzo the dog being cuddled by his lady owner. Studdy created Bonzo for The Sketch magazine in the early 1920s

Background imageOwner Collection: Duncan Dunbar Sail Ship

Duncan Dunbar Sail Ship
One of several clippers employed on the Australia run by noted ship owner Duncan Dunbar, who is credited with inventing the clipper concept

Background imageOwner Collection: 1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad

1903-Trouble; 1930-Reliability: The Motor cars wonderful ad
Six photographs illustrating the development of the motor car over a period of 27 years starting with the old Siddeley of 1903 next to its latest descendant of the time

Background imageOwner Collection: DANCE CARD

DANCE CARD
A Victorian ladys dance card, whose owner has yet to be invited to reserve a dance... soon, let us hope, every line will be filled with the names of her admirers

Background imageOwner Collection: Long Dachshund Dog

Long Dachshund Dog
The solution to the problem for traffic when a very long Dachshund crosses the road with is owner. Simply tie its body in a knot

Background imageOwner Collection: Dolly of the Chop House

Dolly of the Chop House
Wily owner of the chop house in Queen s-head-passage, London, Dollys fame was such that she is remembered in print. Here she pours herself a medicinal drop of something

Background imageOwner Collection: Fall / Bedlington / 1937

Fall / Bedlington / 1937
ROBIN OF SIMONSIDE Owner: Carr(?) Date: 1937

Background imageOwner Collection: Sailing Barge Match on the Thames, July 1864

Sailing Barge Match on the Thames, July 1864
Engraving of a sailing barge match on the Thames, from the Illustrated London News, 23rd July 1864. This match was hosted by the Prince of Wales Yacht Club over a course from Erith to the Chapman

Background imageOwner Collection: Fall / Cairn Terrier / 1949

Fall / Cairn Terrier / 1949
A group of Cairn terrier puppies from the Toptwig kennel. Owner: Tracker Date: 1949

Background imageOwner Collection: William Crockford / Rs

William Crockford / Rs
William Crockford Club Owner

Background imageOwner Collection: Fall / English Springer / 46

Fall / English Springer / 46
Four large puppies crowded in a basket. Owner: Browne

Background imageOwner Collection: Dog Begging Owner

Dog Begging Owner
Her dachshund is proposing a walk : she is reluctant to abandon her book just as its getting interesting, but she will probably yield

Background imageOwner Collection: Washing Potatoes - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe, Lancashire

Washing Potatoes - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe, Lancashire
The proprietor/owner washes Potatoes in a rotary hand-cranked washer prior to peeling at the rear yard of a Fish & Chip Shop at Morecambe, Lancashire. Date: circa 1901

Background imageOwner Collection: Young girl preparing chips - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe

Young girl preparing chips - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe
A young girl (likely the daughter of the shop owner) prepares chips at a Fish & Chip Shop in Morecambe Lancashire. Note the wonderful chipper machine on the counter

Background imageOwner Collection: Young boy and hot fat fryers - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe

Young boy and hot fat fryers - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe
Young boy (the son of the owner) standing next to the hot fat fryers - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe, Lancashire. Date: circa 1901

Background imageOwner Collection: Dipping plaice in batter - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe

Dipping plaice in batter - Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe
The owner/proprietor dipping plaice (or another type of flat fish) into a ceramic pot of batter in a Fish & Chip Shop, Morecambe, Lancashire, before placing into the hot fat fryer behind

Background imageOwner Collection: Rick Gunnell, owner of The Flamingo Club, with his partner, Tony Harris, Wardour Street

Rick Gunnell, owner of The Flamingo Club, with his partner, Tony Harris, Wardour Street, Soho, London, in the early hours of Sunday 2nd January 1966

Background imageOwner Collection: Picture No. 10984164

Picture No. 10984164
Dog - Miniature Pinscher puppy in owners arms Date:

Background imageOwner Collection: A group of African American men sitting on the porch of a country store

A group of African American men sitting on the porch of a country store, with the owners brother standing in
COUNTRY STORE, 1939. A group of African American men sitting on the porch of a country store, with the owners brother standing in the doorway

Background imageOwner Collection: Kate Meyrick released from prison

Kate Meyrick released from prison
Kate Ma Meyrick (1875 -1933), an Irish business woman and Queen of the London nightclub scene. She ran " 43", a late-night jazz club at 43 Gerrard Street in Soho

Background imageOwner Collection: Dog and owner reunited in the trenches, France

Dog and owner reunited in the trenches, France
Private Brown of the North Staffordshires, in the trenches in France, is found by his pet terrier dog which has made its way, alone, from his home in Hammersmith, West London

Background imageOwner Collection: 1889 photograph - RMS Teutonic - from an album of images relating to the launch of

1889 photograph - RMS Teutonic - from an album of images relating to the launch of the vessel, which was built by Harland and Wolff in Belfast

Background imageOwner Collection: And here is the dog caravan, made by Mr. C. Tumbridge, of Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise

And here is the dog caravan, made by Mr. C. Tumbridge, of Chamberlayne Road, Kensal Rise, London, NW10. Mr. C. Tumbridge is taking his dog Prince, 7 years old, for a doggie caravan ride

Background imageOwner Collection: Drake & Mount Ltd shopfront - Pet Food Store

Drake & Mount Ltd shopfront - Pet Food Store
Drake & Mount Ltd, High Street, Bracknell - shopfront - Pet Food Store Date: mid 1930s

Background imageOwner Collection: One Mans Meat- by George Studdy

One Mans Meat- by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, looks away in horror (or boredom) as his owner peers a little more closely with the help of a pair of binoculars at a bevy of bathing beauties at

Background imageOwner Collection: Girl with Dog & Dolls

Girl with Dog & Dolls
A pug gives a sideways look at the doll whose owner is hoping they will be friends

Background imageOwner Collection: Resemblance of animals and their owners

Resemblance of animals and their owners
Animals who resemble their owners - or vice versa -- a sheep and a cat

Background imageOwner Collection: Wild Dayrell, winner of the Derby in 1856 (albumen print)

Wild Dayrell, winner of the Derby in 1856 (albumen print)
CH451762 Wild Dayrell, winner of the Derby in 1856 (albumen print) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageOwner Collection: Mr Norman Harvey, the Cardiff driver, at the start of the 1000 miles International Welsh

Mr Norman Harvey, the Cardiff driver, at the start of the 1000 miles International Welsh Car Rally. January 1965

Background imageOwner Collection: Fall / Pomeranian / 1962

Fall / Pomeranian / 1962
CHAMPION GOLD NUGGET OF HADLEIGH Owner: Mrs Dyke Date: 1962

Background imageOwner Collection: Bathers and Bathing Machines at Scheveningen, The Hague

Bathers and Bathing Machines at Scheveningen, The Hague, The Netherlands. Note the Bathing Machine owner about to strap his horse to one of the Bathing machines to pull it further inland away



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In the enchanting world of Britannia and Eve, July 1939, a captivating picture (No. 10743654) unveils Miss Richmond and her majestic deerhounds. With grace and elegance, they epitomize the bond between owner and loyal companions. Meanwhile, in the vibrant streets of London, Peppino Leoni takes pride as the owner of Quo Vadis restaurant. His establishment emanates warmth and culinary delights that tantalize taste buds far and wide. As we delve into history's treasure trove, George Studdy's masterpiece "His Broadcast Masters Voice" captures a heartwarming moment between an adoring owner and their beloved canine companion. The connection is undeniable as love radiates from both sides. Moving on to lighter moments, Cecil Aldin's whimsical illustrations bring forth a very long dachshund dog that tickles our imagination with its elongated physique. A testament to how owners embrace every quirkiness their pets possess. Speaking of affectionate bonds, this week's edition of Woggles. XV by Cecil Aldin showcases endearing moments shared between owners and their furry friends. Love knows no bounds when it comes to these cherished relationships. Illustrations come alive once more through Cecil Aldin's artistry as he captures the innocence and charm of Sealyham terrier puppies under the watchful eye of their proud owner. Away from domestic bliss lies another realm where passion thrives – horse racing. Hon Dorothy Paget stands tall alongside her magnificent steed Golden Miller; an embodiment of trust forged between an owner and her noble companion amidst exhilarating races. Venturing deep underground at Hook Colliery in Pembrokeshire, South Wales reveals a different kind of partnership - one between miners who risk life daily for their craft while relying on the guidance provided by dedicated owners who ensure safety above all else. Lastly but not leastly, G.