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John, 9th Duke of Rutland, and his bride, Kathleen Tennant (Kakoo), on their wedding at St Margarets Church, Westminster, on January 27, 1916

Huey Newton: “The racist dog policemen must withdraw immediately from our communities, cease their wanton murder and brutality and torture of black people, or face the wrath of the armed people.” January 17, 1969

Portrait of Violet Lindsay (Duchess of Rutland), F. Hollyer, about 1890. She was a well known artist, and a champion of 'Aesthetic' dress - a dress movement that eschewed restrictive corsetry and artificial bustles for loose, draping clothes with simple silhouettes in natural fabrics and colours.

John, 9th Duke of Rutland, and his bride, Kathleen Tennant (Kakoo), on their wedding at St Margarets Church, Westminster, on January 27, 1916

This was a card given to men to advertise houses of prostitution. When men came into town, they were sneakingly given these kinds of cards at the train station up until the 1930's or so. All cities had houses of prostitution, and the women were called "Soiled Doves" in the Victorian era. It was considered "normal" to have these brothels, they paid taxes etc. During the Civil War there was such a huge epidemic of venereal disease that in 1 town, the army quarantined "doves" on a river boat.

Professional mourners: From about 1600 to 1914, funeral mutes were professional mourners. Symbolic protectors of the deceased, the mute would usually stand near the door of the home or church.

1908 wedding of one of Britain's most famous men - Sir Winston Churchill and his bride Clementine.

Harold MacMillan (future Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) on his wedding day with his bride, the former Lady Dorothy Cavendish, daughter of the 9th Duke of Cavendish - 1920

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Shy beauty who upstaged a queen

Aristocratic upbringing: A portrait by Charles Edmund Brock of Ursula, her brother Charles and sister Isabel

On April, 21, 1951, Dorothy Ellen Booth, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Scripps Booth, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, was married to Mr...