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fK315M I Vol. LXXX. No. 1041 j fl /registered at the general! Pric n yF^/^s^&yv Mil J| London. June 8. 1921 NEW"'A''ER 1 °ne Shilling A Mijg&j
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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H.I.H. PRINCE HIROHITO, CROWN PRINCE OE JAPAN Photographed exclusively for The Tatler by F. A. Swaine New Bond Street The visit of His Imperial Highness the Crown Prince of Japan to the British Isles was an event in the history of his own country and of ours, for it was the first
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
The Letters of Evelyn

The Letters of Evelyn

. Grosvenor Square, W. DEAREST,-- What a week it's been! Until half-way through I don't suppose that any of us talked or thought or dreamt of anything but the Derby, and each of the twelve or fourteen horses that were bound to win. So confusing, isn't it, when you meet all the fr
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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THE TATLER'S" TIP FOR TO-DAY-- "EVE" FOR A WIN (Is.) The latest news from the bookstalls will console the pyscho-analytical Humorists who are still suffering from a lemon "aura." Our stable companion, "Eve," having undergone a light but brisk preparation, is a certainty for the L
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
AT THE POLO AND IN THE PARK

AT THE POLO AND IN THE PARK

AT THE POLO AND IN THE PASI. LADY WARRENDER AND MISS VIOLET BARING A snapshot at Hurlingham. Lady Warrender is the wife of Sir Victor Warrender, Grenadier Guards, who succeeded to the baronetcy in 1917 on the death of his father, Admiral Sir George Warrender MRS. LOEFFLER AND LAD
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 

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FROM LOVELY DORSET

FROM LOVELY DORSET

. MAJOR AND THE HON. MRS. VAN DE WEYER AND THEIR CHILDREN A photograph taken at Major van de Weyer's beautiful seat, Smedmore House, Corfe Castle, Dorset. He is in the Scots Guards, with whom he served both in South Africa and the late war, in which he was wounded and taken priso
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
With Silent Friends

With Silent Friends

When Writing about the Sex. By o RicBardl KiiragJ. WHEN one writes about women in general, one always invites brickbats from some lady in particular. Writing about the sex, it behoves an author to go warily. He may discourse on religion, on politics, on sport, on art, and every o
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE PESSIMIST!

THE PESSIMIST!

By (George Belciher. I've 'ad 'er vaccinated and I've 'ad 'er confirmed, but nothink don't seem to cheer 'er up By (George BeleBeir.
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE ART OF THE CAMERA

THE ART OF THE CAMERA

. THE RATS' BREAKFAST This extraordinary production of the photographer at first sight cheats one into the belief that it is a photograph of a picture. It is, however, a photograph direct from living models. The delicacy and softness of line, quite as much as the composition of t
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY AT AIX

SOCIETY AT AIX

. MRS. POPE A snapshot on the hard courts at Aix, where many of the well-known tennis cracks have recently been playing CAPTAIN LARKING, R.N., AND THE HON. MRS. RITCHIE Mrs. Ritchie is the widow of the Hon. Harold Ritchie, son of the late Lord Ritchie of Dundee MISS PHYLLIS LANDR
08 June 1921 - The Tatler - London, London, England