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Gertie Millar in a trouser suit, 1916 Featured Tennis Print

Gertie Millar in a trouser suit, 1916

Gertie Millar (1879-1952), popular music hall and stage actress, pictured, "suited at all points like a man," in other words, wearing a cool and comfortable silk pyjama suit in which to play tennis. At the time of the photograph, Gerties was coming to the end of the run of the popular "Bric-a-Brac" at the Palace theatre and was next to be engaged in a Charles Cochran production at the new St. Martin's Theatre in September 1916. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Witanhurst tennis game Featured Tennis Print

Witanhurst tennis game

Judges playing tennis internationals at Lady Crosfield's house Witanhurst in Highate Village, north west London. Here the first fixture of the newly formed Bar Lawn Tennis Association is seen in progress, with Witanhurst in its magnificent setting above the tennis courts. The players are Mr. F. D. C Nation-Dixon and Mr. Montagu Temple, captain of the Bar Lawn Tennis Association. Date: 1950

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Tennis player Captain A. F. Wilding in caricature Featured Tennis Print

Tennis player Captain A. F. Wilding in caricature

New Zealand tennis player, Anthony Frederick Wilding, Wimbledon Mens Champion in 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913. His championship run came to an end in 1914 when he was beaten by Australian, N. E. Brookes in three straight sets. Wilding died near Neuve Chapelle, France on 9 May 1915 while fighting in the Battle of Aubers Ridge. Caricatured here by H. F. Crowther Smith in the year he lost to Norman Brookes. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans