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Nadia Nerina

RIBA3265-49
Nerina, Nadia (1927-2008)
NOTES: Nadia Nerina was born Nadine Judd on October 21 1927 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. She died on 6 Octtober 2008 in southern France.

T.E. Lawrence at Miram Shah near the Afghanistan border

RIBA11126
Lawrence, Thomas Edward (1888-1935)
NOTES: T.E. Lawrence changed his name to T.E. Shaw in 1927 and is also known as Lawrence of Arabia.

Alma Cogan's flat, London: the jazz singer with friends, including Winifred Atwell, in her living room

RIBA14527
NOTES: This image is part of a photo shoot for WomanÔÇÖs Own magazine in November and December of 1957. Alma CoganÔÇÖs flat was known to be 44 Stafford Court, Kensington High Street, London, but an office note in the photographerÔÇÖs daybook gives the location as Seymour Place. So whether this is actually in her Kensington flat and there is a mistake in the daybook, or whether this was a set-up elsewhere is unclear.

Alma Cogan's flat, London: the jazz singer with friends, including Winifred Atwell, in her living room

RIBA14528
NOTES: This image is part of a photo shoot for WomanÔÇÖs Own magazine in November and December of 1957. Alma CoganÔÇÖs flat was known to be 44 Stafford Court, Kensington High Street, London, but an office note in the photographerÔÇÖs daybook gives the location as Seymour Place. So whether this is actually in her Kensington flat and there is a mistake in the daybook, or whether this was a set-up elsewhere is unclear.

Alma Cogan's flat, London: the jazz singer in her bathroom

RIBA28000
NOTES: This image is part of a photo shoot for WomanÔÇÖs Own magazine in November and December of 1957. Alma CoganÔÇÖs flat was known to be 44 Stafford Court, Kensington High Street, London, but an office note in the photographerÔÇÖs daybook gives the location as Seymour Place. So whether this is actually in her Kensington flat and there is a mistake in the daybook, or whether this was a set-up elsewhere is unclear.

Sir Laurence Olivier and Denys Lasdun with the model of the Royal National Theatre displayed in the Henry Florence Memorial Hall at the Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London

RIBA30786
Lasdun, Sir Denys (1914-2001)
NOTES: This photograph would have been taken for the exhibition held in the Florence Hall from November 1967 to January 1968.
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