Edward Huskinson, editor of The Tatler magazine
A photograph of Edward (Teddy) Peter Huskinson (1877-1940), editor of The Tatler from 1908 to 1940. His career began as a political cartoonist of the Conservative party before he became a journalist. He was a director of the Illustrated London News Group (of which The Tatler was part) and described in his obituary as 'a first-class cricketer, a keen yachtsman and a popular member of the Bath Club.' He was tragically killed in 1940 after becoming trapped between a train and platform at Savernake Station. Pictured here wearing fancy dress in The Sketch with his wife (and an unidentified other) after the Midnight Ball in July 1914, although the magazine calls him Edward Huskisson.
4200 x 4614 pixels
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14 x 15 inches / 36 x 39 cm
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