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Choose from 78 pictures in our 1950s Childhood collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

London Life Covers
New items from The Michael Diamond
Murray's Cabaret Club
Mary Evans Calendar 2020
John Hinde
Photography by Philip Dunn
New Items from the Grenville Collins
Florence Mary Anderson
Aviation Images
Royal Aeronautical Society Collection
Calendar 2019 Images
New Images from the Grenville Collins
MonoMania Images
J Salmon Limited
Geffrye Museum
Sci Fi Magazine covers
History Repeats Itself
Elspeth Phelps - 1920s Fashion
Kent and Sussex Seaside
British Seaside
National Museums Northern Ireland
The Colin Sherborne
Royal Aeronautical Society
Latest Fine Art
Fortunino Matania
Victorian and Edwardian Christmas Cards
London Life Magazine
Travel Posters
Winston Churchill
The John Innes Centre
WWI Aircraft
WWI Animals
WWI Soldiers
WWI Posters
1950s Childhood
MoDA - Museum of Domestic Design &
The Nativity
Antiquarian Images
Micro Photography
Natural History Museum
Best Friends
Inst. of Mechanical Engineers
Fine Art
Winter Scenes
Merchandise Ideas
Sailing Ships
New York
David Wright
London Fire Brigade
Art Deco
Great Train Robbery
Coal Mining
National Archives
Onslow Auctioneers
Beautiful Landscapes
Jazz Age Club
Metropolitan Police
Historical Royalty
Heath Robinson Humour
Adverts and Posters
Biblical Scenes
Books and Literature
Egyptian Art
Flowers and Plants
Folklore and Myth
Harry Price Library
Japanese Prints
Land Girls
Lantern Slides
Magazine Covers
Olympic Games
Royal Weddings
Science Fiction
Theatre and Opera
Valentine's Day
Images Dated
Police Public Call Box, London Featured 1950s Childhood Print

Police Public Call Box, London

A police officer using a Police Public Call Box on a London street. The Metropolitan Police introduced police boxes throughout the London area between 1928 and 1937. The one pictured is a Mackenzie Trench style police box, made famous by the long-running TV series, Doctor Who. The boxes were installed so that members of the public could make emergency calls to the police, but many boxes are now disused or have been withdrawn from service because of the prevalence of the mobile phone

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Camping Family 1950S Featured 1950s Childhood Print

Camping Family 1950S

A happy mother emerges from the tent with a tray of unbreakable plastic plates and cups, surrounded by her loving family in this rather idealistic camping scene! Date: early 1950s

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1950s, Camping, Children, Costume, Cups, Early, Emerges, Family, Fashion, Happy, Holidays, Idealistic, Loving, Mother, Plastic, Plates, Sandles, Scene, Shorts, Surrounded, Tent, Travel, Tray, Unbreakable

Metropolitan Police officers teaching road safety Featured 1950s Childhood Print

Metropolitan Police officers teaching road safety

Metropolitan Police officers teaching road safety to children. The man in the white outfit with traffic lights on his front is Safety Sam, a character invented to encourage children to think about road safety. A sergeant stands with four little girls in the foreground, and a large audience of children watches from the other side of the road. Date: 1949

© Mary Evans Picture Library