- Author:John Bignell
- Publisher:Robert Hale Ltd (October 1, 1987)
- Pages:160 pages
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This is a collection of photographs, tracing the last 100 years of Chelsea's history. From Edwardian hypocrisy, through neo-Georgian flapperdom, the austerity of World War II and the swinging 1960s, the "village" has arrived at its present status - the Yuppies' desirable location for a four-day week town house and the natural home of the Sloane Ranger. The author has lived in Chelsea for more than 40 years.
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The Chelsea Palace . 957 photo by John Bignell. By 1956, however, the Chelsea Palace was struggling and at the end of November, after fifty-three years, its life as a music hall came to an end. On 23 February 1959 a gaunt and very unsteady Billie Holiday was helped up on stage and performed three songs for a television show called Chelsea at Nine. Not long before it closed, and while his wife Mary Ure was in rehearsals for Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge, which would open at the Comedy Theatre in October, John Osborne decided to go to the Palace and see Max Wall, who was headlining a variety bill.
Chelsea seen from 1860 to 1980: A collection of photographs old and new pp. 96–99. World's End: A memoir of a Blitz childhood. Studio B. ISBN 506228-0-X. A place called Chelsea pp. 106–109.
A collection of 32 beautiful color images capture everyday life in the ENGLAND. City Journals Ltd. ISBN 504471-0-2.
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Chelsea and Hillary Clinton promote Gutsy Women - a book they wrote together
Chelsea and Hillary Clinton promote Gutsy Women - a book they wrote together. Clinton’s tenure at NYU began under the corrupt administration of NYU President John Sexton, whose exploits included the university’s founding of a finance company that granted and forgave mortgages of top administrators and favored faculty, including Sexton himself.