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[The Tatler, May 18, 1932 for postage rates see frontispiece The TATLER Vol. CXX1V. No. 1612. London. May 18, 1932 J REGISTERED AS A NEWSPAPER FOR I I TRANSMISSION IN THE ITNITEn KINOnOM I
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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rKSfAT LE Pw Vol. CXXIV. No. ifc. London, May 18. P°Sew^n.nnn"\aiJtrff Vo^gfenda4f?n(1 Price One Shilling
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE RIGHT HON. DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, O.M., D.C.L., M.P.

THE RIGHT HON. DAVID LLOYD GEORGE, O.M., D.C.L., M.P.

The latest portrait of the famous ex-Premier, taken when he was staying with Sir Frederick and Lady Keeble (Miss Lillah McCarthy) at Hammels, Boar's Hill, Oxford. Lord Beaverbrook's intensely interesting book, "Politicians and the War, 1914-16," which lays bare to the public gaz
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 

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THE LETTERS OF EVE

THE LETTERS OF EVE

Grosvenor Square. W. 1. MY DEAR,-- The few days before Whitsun are gener ally, so empty with all the world pre-occupied about getting away. But last week it wasn't only the faithful habitués of Newmarket, taking their last three days until July, who found something to keep them
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
PUNCH'S CLUB THROWS A PARTY AT THE CARLTON

PUNCH'S CLUB THROWS A PARTY AT THE CARLTON

PUNCH'S CLUB THROWS A 1 PARTY AT THE CARLTON THE HON. MRS. EVAN MORGAN AND MR. EDWARD BOULENGER urtiiniiii iih minimi" mi mum i w-.- „i .1 ..n.jy.i i,,. .i,, t MR. DALE BOURN, MRS. BROWNING. AND MR. PHILIP LE GROS MISS MARGARET WHIGHAM AND THE HON. MAX AITKEN f SB MRS. EDGAR WALL
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
The Cinema

The Cinema

By TLenz I HAVE no ulterior motive in choosing French and Ger man films this week, but early- to-press require ments prevent my seeing the new British and American pro ductions in time to write about them. So for the time being I must neglect Edgar Wallace's Frightened Lady and
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
FROM "FURRIN PARTS"--CAIRO AND BAGHDAD

FROM "FURRIN PARTS"--CAIRO AND BAGHDAD

FROM "FURRIN PARTS" --CAIRO AND BAGHDAD AT THE EMBASSY CLUB, CAIRO: At a dinner at which the hosts were Mr. Geoffrey Lowndes and Captain Stanyforth. The names, left to right, are: Back Mr. V. Cornelius, Miss Joan Dudgeon, Mr. H. Martineau, Mrs. Cornelius. Captain Stanyforth, Mrs.
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Racing Ragout

Racing Ragout

By GUARD-RAIL CHESTER is all great fun, but it has so little to do with rac ing that fine weather is essential, and one shud ders to think what it would be like without the many hospitable private luncheonrooms in bad weather. The class of horse running is on the whole very mode
18 May 1932 - The Tatler - London, London, England