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In 1913, official duties of removing the canvas cover shrouding the statue were performed by the Duchess of Argyll, HRH Princess Louise, who was the fourth of Queen Victoria’s nine children. Also present was town mayor at the time, Benjamin Robert Marten.
East Anglian Daily Times 24 · 5/21/2013
If you did bestow a naked Polaroid or print upon your beloved (yes, such things happened, even then - as the notorious photo of the Duchess of Argyll proves), it lived under lock and key. But now pornography is online and readily accessible, to the point ...
Brisbane Times · 10/10/2014
Just when they ought to be off playing polo or taking tea with the Duchess of Argyll, there they are dickering for some inn or other. We`ve just gotten rid of the mammoth Astor Hotel in the middle of the Great White Way in New York (it will reopen this ...
Chicago Tribune · 3/31/1985
In 2006, the Duchess of Argyll lost a tiara, a diamond Cartier brooch and other jewels at Glasgow Airport. Six years later they were put up for auction -- it turned out they had been sold by the airport as unclaimed property. After negotiations ...
Ktar · 4/3/2014
In 2006, the Duchess of Argyll lost a tiara, a diamond Cartier brooch and other jewels at Glasgow Airport. Six years later they were put up for auction — it turned out they had been sold by the airport as unclaimed property. After negotiations ...
The Seattle Times · 4/3/2014
and Can the flight be from a SkyTeam airline because I'm platinum on Delta. After a fourteen-hour flight, and an autobiography about Margaret, the Duchess of Argyll -- who, by the way, was supposedly a famous nymphomaniac -- I landed in Lagos. The city …
Papermag · 11/14/2013
Another highlight is the Norman Hartnell-designed silk satin gown with a lavishly embroidered 18-foot train that Margaret, the Duchess of Argyll wore on the occasion of her marriage to Charles Sweeney in 1933. On display will be a myriad of the most ...
blouinartinfo.com · 7/1/2014
Two of the most spectacular wedding dresses on show will be the Norman Hartnell dress made for Margaret Whigham (later Duchess of Argyll) for her marriage to Charles Sweeny (1933), and the Charles James ivory silk satin dress worn by Barbara 'Baba' …
Artlyst · 12/8/2013
If you did bestow a naked Polaroid or print upon your beloved (yes, such things happened, even then - as the notorious photo of the Duchess of Argyll proves), it lived under lock and key. But now pornography is online and readily accessible, to the point ...
The Age · 10/11/2014
In 2006, the Duchess of Argyll lost a tiara, a diamond Cartier brooch and other jewels at Glasgow Airport. Six years later they were put up for auction — it turned out they had been sold by the airport as unclaimed property. After negotiations ...
HitFix · 4/2/2014

Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll

Duchess of Argyll
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was a well-known British socialite, best remembered for a celebrated divorce case in 1963 from her second hu…
Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, was a well-known British socialite, best remembered for a celebrated divorce case in 1963 from her second husband, the 11th Duke of Argyll, which featured salacious photographs and scandalous stories.
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