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The Royal wedding dress designers and stylists who made history - Starts at 60

She was commissioned to design Elizabeth's wedding dress in 1923, while a designer for Queen Mary at the time, and continued to design for the Royal family in the years after. She designed the coronation dress, while Norman Hartnell began to gain ...

Seymour resident will serve 2 consecutive 20-year sentences for dealing meth - Seymour Tribune

Their arrests occurred when Seymour Police Officer Jim Handley, at the request of Officer Benjamin Miller, stopped a car in the area of Tipton Street and Commerce Drive for a traffic violation. During Miller's investigation into the activity of the ...

Seymour Police Recover 17 Grams Crystal Meth And Cash - WBIW.com

(SEYMOUR) - The discovery of more than 17 grams of crystal meth and $3,000 in cash during a traffic stop early Sunday morning in Seymour led to the arrest of two women. 39-year-old Michelle Root of Seymour and 49-year-old harlotte Moore of Medora face ...

Good showing for Handley track teams in tune-up for area meet - Randolph Leader

Handley will get a few days of practice in before returning to the track Friday and Saturday at Beauregard for the Class 4A Area 2 Sectional Meet. If Handley wins that meet it will be the first championship trophy since the 1995 Class 4A state runners ...

Prototype of Queen Mother's wedding dress sold at auction - DigitalJournal.com

Dreweatts auction house had listed the guide price for the dress, which was sold in Bristol on Tuesday, at £500-£700 ($805-$1,127). BBC News reported that it had been made in 1923 by the Queen Mother's dressmaker, Madame Handley Seymour. Dreweatts ...

Queen Mother's prototype wedding dress sold in Bristol - BBC News

A prototype of the dress worn by the Queen Mother at her wedding in 1923 has been sold for £3,500 at auction in Bristol. The garment was made by the Queen Mother's dressmaker, Madame Handley Seymour. It had been estimated to fetch between £500 and £700 ...

Elizabeth Handley-Seymour was a London-based fashion designer and court-dressmaker operating as Madame Handley-Seymour between 1910 and 1940. She is best known for creating the wedding dress worn by Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the future Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, for her marriage to the Duke of York in 1923; and later, Queen Elizabeth's Coronation gown in 1937.

Queen Elizabeth in her Coronation gown designed by Madame Handley-Seymour, 1937

Elizabeth Handley-Seymour (1867-1948) was a London-based fashion designer and court-dressmaker operating as Madame Handley-Seymour between 1910 and 1940. She is best known for creating the wedding dress worn by Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the future Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, for her marriage to the Duke of York in 1923; and later, Queen Elizabeth's Coronation gown in 1937.

Randy Handley & The Kookamongas Sleepwalk

Randy Handley & The Kookamongas feat: Mark Robinson at the Med Flory Jazz & Blues Festival 2009.

P-47 Ace Francis "Gabby" Gabreski Interview

From Jane's WWII Fighters Francis "Gabby" Gabreski left the University of Notre Dame and his studies as a pre-med student in July 1940 to join the Army Air Corps. On 14 March 1941 he won...

Cherokee Shuffle & Mississippi Sawyer

Performed by Eryn Eubanks on her banjo during Eryn's weekly music jam at the Acoustic Coffeehouse (Fellowship Hall of the Bible Deliverance Temple) in Augusta, GA December 20, 2014. Other...

Peter Sculthorpe - Landscape II - The Seymour Group

Landscape II by Peter Sculthorpe played by The Seymour Group; Leigh Middenway - Violin; Dittany Morgan - Viola; Catherine Hewgill - Cello; Anthony Fogg - Piano.

Truckee 2017 Varsity Lip Dub

My House by Flo Rida.

Sir Arthur Sullivan - Symphony in E Major "Irish" (1866)

I. Andante - Allegro Ma Non Troppo Vivace - 00:00 II. Andante Espressivo - 13:24 III. Allegretto - Moderato - Tempo Primo - 20:42 IV. Allegro Vivace e con brio - 26:59 Sullivan began work...