Fun magazine, England, 1878
The Montana Standard, Butte, Montana, February 7, 1954
The San Francisco Examiner, California, February 16, 1926
Forecast by Hugo Gernsback, 1955
Hugo Gernsback, 1955
The Queensland Figaro, Brisbane, April 9, 1927
The Enchanted Pool by Hilda Cowham, 1928
Elizabeth Douglas-Scott-Montagu (later Varley; daughter of the 2nd
Baron Montagu of Beaulieu, sister of the 3rd
Baron Montagu of Beaulieu); actress, author, war worker (ambulance driver and translator), and friend of Orson Welles and Graham Greene; modelling a wedding gown, 1934
She travelled extensively throughout Europe in 1935–39, and also studied at a piano school in Switzerland. When asked about her racial background while applying for a visa at the German consulate in St. Gallen, she angrily swept items – including a portrait of Hitler – from the desktop onto the floor. Her passport was confiscated.
While working at the Political Intelligence Department at the British Embassy in Berne, she translated material from within Germany, including information on what was happening at Treblinka extermination camp.
Good Morning by the Daily Mirror, England, February 4, 1944