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Slide set: Silver lilies (service of song: 'Maker 03', 24 slides, c.1908)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Introduction
Slide 2
She remembered the money in teapot
Slide 3
Her garden was the pride of Heathdown
Slide 4
Bertie was the sharpest lad
Slide 5
Mrs Juniper and her neighbour
Slide 6
A cheap excursion to London
Slide 7
Mrs Juniper set out on her journey
Slide 8
A policeman put her in the right bus
Slide 9
He met her on the street
Slide 10
His mother could not go to his house
Slide 11
Good-bye, my Bertie
Slide 12
She crept slowly between the hedges
Slide 13
She hid her face in her hands
Slide 14
The minister's wife called
Slide 15
The last letter told of money losses
Slide 16
Can you take in a lodger?
Slide 17
The lodger from London arrived
Slide 18
Mrs Juniper sang to Myrtle
Slide 19
I have missed her all my life
Slide 20
That is Hubert's photograph
Slide 21
In the summer days among the lilies
Slide 22
The dark flowing water
Slide 23
He was kneeling at her feet
Slide 24
His wife was in his arms
Number of slides
24
Manufacturer

'Maker 03', England

Other related organisations

in stock of W. Nicholson & Sons, , dates unknown (item ref. 95)

in stock of Josiah T. Chapman, 1909-1912 (item ref. 1456)

in stock of J. Lizars, 1909 (item ref. 1122)

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

in stock of Riley Brothers (1914), 1914 (item ref. 1880)

Main type of image
life model
Main usage of set
service of song
Date of first manufacture
c.1908  (earliest possible 1908, latest possible 1909)
Reading or song

John Burnham (arranger), Silver lilies (n.d.)

Notes

The earliest date is based on an advertisement seen on the bus in Slide 8, which refers to the play The thunderbolt by Arthur Wing Pinero, which opened at St James's Theatre, London on 9 May 1908.

The railway posters in Slide 6, and the details of the bus in Slide 8, suggest that the exterior locations are in north London.

The slide titles are taken from the J.W. Butcher catalogue and may be slightly different from the manufacturer's titles. The slides themselves carry no titles.

Collections

24 slides known to exist in private collection

Lucerna ID  3003449

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 22 January 2018

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