The Duchess of Devonshire , with her son , Lord Hartington , standing in front of a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds of Georgiana Spencer , Duchess of Devonshire with her daughter , Georgiana Dorothy . 27 October 1980 / YPA Photos / TopFoto
Miss Unity Mitford arrives in England back from Germany. Lord Redesdale assisting his wounded daughter Miss Unity Mitford into a hotel at Folkestone this evening 3rd january 1940 after the ambulance had broken down and forced the party to return to Folkestone . / YAP / TopFoto
3 filles du roi Christian IX de Danemark (1818-1906) et de la princesse Louise de Hesse-Cassel (1817-1898) : Princesse Thyra Amalie (1853-1933) d'Ernest-Auguste de Hanovre (1845-1923). Princesse Alexandra "Alix" (1844-1925) femme du roi Edward VII (1841-1910). Princesse Dagmar (Maria Feodorovna) (1847-1928) épouse du tsar Alexander III (1845-1894)
Mary with her father Winston Churchill on his way to receive the Freedom of the City of London in 1943 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2033381/From-private-diaries-Winston-Churchills-daughter-Lady-Mary-Soames-gives-vivid-account-London-society-war.html#ixzz1WvhgPtf5
Dr Rosalind Franklin. Scientist. Took the photograph that led to the discovery of the DNA double helix. But all recognition went to male colleagues Watson and Crick. When she graduated from Cambridge women weren't recognised as having achieved a BA or MA.
Lord Redesdale and his daughter Miss Deborah Mitford discussing the packing of the luggage at Folkestone, before Miss Deborah Mitford started out for High Wycombe with her sister's (Unity Mitford) luggage. 22nd October 1935