Elizabeth Tollemache, Countess of Argyll and later Duchess of Argyll, lived from July 1659 (sources differ as to the exact date) to 9 May 1735. She was a landowner in Kintyre who prompted the early development of Campbeltown. The wider …
Duchess of Argyll (1848 – 1939) + John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll (customarily known by his courtesy title of Marquess Of Lorne) (1845 – 1914); there was no issue from this match. …
The inspiration for “Powder” was Margaret Campbell, the Duchess of Argyll, whose death in 1993 brought an end to what sounds like one of the raciest, most far-flung erotic lives of the 20th century (and yes, I’m including Alma Mahler in that …
Last night’s event is said to have been an emotional one – and undestandably so. The highlight of the evening was the gift from the Duke and Duchess of Argyll to Andrew of an oil painting of Inveraray Castle by the well known Argyll colourist ...
The story of Powder Her Face is ripped from today’s headlines—okay, yesterday’s headlines—from revelations in court during the racy 1963 divorce trial of the licentious Duchess of Argyll. She was an aging socialite, a lady prone to giving …
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Even the darkest of moods can be remedied… The tradition started in 1928 when Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, presented a Shetland pony to her regiment. The name Cruachan comes from the war cry of Clan Campbell and he …
The Duke of Argyll married an American, Mathilda Coster Mortimer Heller, in 1963, and died of a stroke, in 1973, aged 69. In her youth, Margaret's father had told Rosie d'Avigdor-Goldsmid, a close friend of hers, that he feared for what his high …
Ian Douglas Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll (1903-1973), Chief of Clan Campbell. Sitter in 8 portraits. (Ethel) Margaret Campbell (née Whigham), Duchess of Argyll (1912-1993), Former wife of Charles Sweeny, and later third wife of Ian …
I don’t think I’ve been subconsciously stalking the poor old Duchess of Argyll, yet this staging — mounted jointly by Northern Ireland Opera and Dublin’s Opera Theatre Company — was the fifth different production I’ve seen. And the best ...