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The Sketch Ideal Home No. VI. Sports Without Broad Acres by
The Sketch Ideal Home No. VI. Sports Without Broad Acres by
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A Fish Pontoon at Grimsby by Fortunio Matania
A Fish Pontoon at Grimsby by Fortunio Matania
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Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy
Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy
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Crystal Palace Aerial
Crystal Palace Aerial
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Warning Horn
Warning Horn
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Compton Acres Gardens at Canford Cliffs, near Poole, Dorset
Compton Acres Gardens at Canford Cliffs, near Poole, Dorset
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Miner at coal face -3
Miner at coal face -3
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Miner at coal face -2
Miner at coal face -2
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Miner at coal face -1
Miner at coal face -1
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West side of Abziza Farm, Beni-Mered
West side of Abziza Farm, Beni-Mered
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Paris Exhibition of 1889 - ( Exhibition) from Dome - right
Paris Exhibition of 1889 - ( Exhibition) from Dome - right
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USA - The New York Botanical Garden
USA - The New York Botanical Garden
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Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy Featured Print

Sir Richard Aclands Gift to the Nation Starts a Controversy

The MP Sir Richard Acland handed over to the National Trust the 16, 000 acres of beautiful West Country property which comprise his Killerton Estate and his Holnicote Estate. Sir Richard's gift to the nation was followed by a letter to The Times by Lord Herbert, suggesting that the gift was an attempt by the donor to rid himself of the burden of his estate. The National Trust and Sir Richard himself, rebuked this claim, highlighting the fact that he would actually have made up to half a million pounds profit from his estate in one year alone

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Reginald more Bray/Vfair
Reginald more Bray/Vfair
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Dusseldorf Exhibition 1902
Dusseldorf Exhibition 1902
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Dusseldorf Exhibition 1902 - Ornate Pavilion
Dusseldorf Exhibition 1902 - Ornate Pavilion
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Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Zimbabwe
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24, 000, 000 acres of government land in Dakota still vacant
24, 000, 000 acres of government land in Dakota still vacant
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Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfiel
Dusting plane hedge-hopping after spraying swath on beanfiel
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Marcus Miller and family in shack that he built himself. Spe
Marcus Miller and family in shack that he built himself. Spe
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Pantomime artist Will Evans on his farm
Pantomime artist Will Evans on his farm
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Marshall Field
Marshall Field
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Forest of Dean
Forest of Dean
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Ancient Oak Trees
Ancient Oak Trees
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Map of Londons Docks, 1908
Map of Londons Docks, 1908
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Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Zimbabwe Featured Print

Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) - Zimbabwe

Black and white lantern Slide of Zimbabwye - British South Africa. Part of Box 288, British South Africa. Boswell Collection. Slide number 23 Zimbabwye - Appears to be a picture of great Zimbabwe - Great Zimbabwe is a ruined city that was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe during the countrys Late Iron Age. The monument first began to be constructed in the 11th century and continued to be built until the 14th century, spanning an area of 722 hectares (1, 780 acres) which, at its peak, could have housed up to 18, 000 people. Great Zimbabwe acted as a royal palace for the Zimbabwean monarch and would have been used as the seat of their political power. One of its most prominent features were its walls, some of which were over five metres high and which were constructed without mortar. Eventually the city was abandoned and fell into ruin. Date: circa 1890s

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

Preparing Red Cross food parcels
Preparing Red Cross food parcels
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Dock being constructed at Chatham
Dock being constructed at Chatham
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Birds Eye view of London Docks
Birds Eye view of London Docks
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Dock no. 2 at Chatham
Dock no. 2 at Chatham
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Jefferson as Bob Acres
Jefferson as Bob Acres
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Sharpening a Scythe
Sharpening a Scythe
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Montgomery Ward Store
Montgomery Ward Store
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Compton Acres Fountains
Compton Acres Fountains
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Design for the building of small holdings
Design for the building of small holdings
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Hampstead Heath
Hampstead Heath
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