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Elizabeth Marc

(1882-1964), Children's author; wife of Prince Nusrat Ali Mirza

Elizabeth Marc (née Elsie Algar, later Princess Nusrat Ali Mirza, later Elizabeth Mostyn)

Sitter in 4 portraits

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Elizabeth Marc, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x151641

Elizabeth Marc

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 6 October 1922
NPG x151641

Elizabeth Marc, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x151642

Elizabeth Marc

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 6 October 1922
NPG x151642

Elizabeth Marc, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x151643

Elizabeth Marc

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 6 October 1922
NPG x151643

Elizabeth Marc, by Bassano Ltd - NPG x151644

Elizabeth Marc

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 6 October 1922
NPG x151644

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Nicholas Bennett

07 April 2019, 00:35

Educated Bromley High School for Girls 1895-1902. Secretary to E G Pretyman MP in 1904.

Catherine Lyn Innes

12 December 2017, 21:50

Correction: Birth date is November 13, 1882.

Chris Davis

15 April 2017, 09:44

The Tale of Tosh and Tim (1922) is set somewhere in the Home Counties, UK. Tosh goes to stay with his upper middle class Aunt and Uncle and has many adventures in which he makes lots of mistakes but it always turns out right.

Hugh Macphee

19 June 2016, 08:48

Author of "Two Young Australians"( under name E Marc) 1934 (Cassell & Co, London (1)
"A Man Hunt in the Arctic"(Elizabeth Marc)1932 (Cassell & Co, London)(2)
(1)Copy held by Chelsea Anglican Op-Shop and two copies detailed internationally by Abebooks
(2) From National Library of Australia's online catalogue -Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books

Catherine Lyn Innes

20 February 2016, 11:08

Children's names were Savile and Myriam. She died in Rylstone, NSW, Australia, in September 1964.

Catherine Lyn Innes

18 February 2016, 21:13

Born Elsie Algar in st Mary Cray Kent, 1880. Married The Nawabzida Nusrat Ali Mirza, son of the last Nawab Nizam of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, London, 1907. Had a son and daughter. Changed their names to Norman and Elizabeth Mostyn and emigrated with her husband and children to Australia, 1926. Author of numerous books for children and young adults, set in Australia and the Arctic.

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