Women who called a prince a darling . When the Prince of Wales visited the St
Women who called a prince a " darling ".
When the Prince of Wales visited the St Marylebone housing estate at Church Street, Edgware Road, Mrs Miles, an elderly women resident invited hm to see her room. ' Come along darling ' she said. The Prince laughed at the endearment and declared it a ' great compliment '.
Photo shows ; Mrs ( Granny ) Miles.
8 December 1933
Sussex farm run by German ex-POWs. Bryckden lane farm, Waldron, Sussex, is a perfectly
Sussex farm run by German ex-POWs. Bryckden lane farm, Waldron, Sussex, is a perfectly run farm with the most modern dairy for a T.T. tested herd. entirely staffed by Germans. The Germans are entirely free and have either returned to or elected to remain in this country, where they arrived druing the war as POWs. Mrs J. V. Dawson, owner of the farm, claims there is no favouritism. She found them keen, and hardworking and was delighted to have them when labour was impossible to get owing to the isolated locaton of the farm.
Distinguished gathering in honour of the new High Commisioner for India. A luncheon
Distinguished gathering in honour of the new High Commisioner for India.
A luncheon in honour of Sir Atul Chandra Chatterjee, K C I E, the new High Commisioner for India, was given by the Royal Colonial Institute at the Hotel Victoria.
Left to right ; Viscount Willingdon, Sir Atul Chandra Chatterjee and Sir Athur Hirtzel ( Permanent Under Secretary of State for India )
26 January 1925