Personeel van broodbakkerij A.W. Zwaneveld aan de Binnen Dommersstraat 4 te Amsterdam. De bakkerskarren (handkarren) en bakkersjongens staan voor de bakkerij geparkeerd. Amsterdam, Nederland 1916. - Het Geheugen van Nederland - Online beeldbank van Archieven, Musea en Bibliotheken
Prince Philip, 1933 - In 1930, at the age of eight, Prince Philip came to Britain to attend Cheam School in Surrey. He lived partly with his maternal grandmother (Princess Louis of Battenberg; from 1917 Marchioness of Milford Haven) in Kensington Palace, and partly with his uncle, the 2nd Marquess of Milford Haven, at Lynden Manor near Maidenhead. This photograph was taken in 1933, shortly before Prince Philip left Cheam.
Offering a unique peek into the high-end lifestyle of the Royal’s is this 5ft doll house which is currently on display at Windsor Castle. Built in 1924 for Queen Mary by renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, this doll house is a piece of art. The beautiful house is inspired by Princess Marie Louise, Queen Victoria’s grand-daughter