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Addresses Collection

Background imageAddresses Collection: Brochure illustration, W Barratt & Co Ltd, Northampton

Brochure illustration, W Barratt & Co Ltd, Northampton, showing the Footshape Works where the boots and shoes are made, with addresses of branches below, in London, Bradford, Brighton and Leicester

Background imageAddresses Collection: Envelopes 1940S

Envelopes 1940S
A pile of envelopes, all to addresses in Scotland, and all something to do with timber and forestry

Background imageAddresses Collection: Mr Pickwick Addresses

Mr Pickwick Addresses
Mr Pickwick addresses the Club

Background imageAddresses Collection: Promotional card for the Oriental Carpet Manufacturers Ltd

Promotional card for the Oriental Carpet Manufacturers Ltd - Turkish Company with head office at Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey and branches in London, Paris, Constantinople (Istanbul), New York, Cairo

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Militant Cat Fifi

Suffragette Militant Cat Fifi
A large white cat, hammer in her claws and a Votes for Women sash, addresses a group of toys on the necessity of militant action, not sure if the message is getting through Date: circa 1913

Background imageAddresses Collection: Birds-eye view of the Social London, 1914

Birds-eye view of the Social London, 1914
An aerial view of the two prestigious, social areas of London - Mayfair and Belgravia. In the foreground is Belgravia with its eastern frontier running down from Grosvenor Place

Background imageAddresses Collection: Golf / Lady Golfer 1890

Golf / Lady Golfer 1890
A lady golfer addresses the ball

Background imageAddresses Collection: Disraeli as Pm / 1868

Disraeli as Pm / 1868
Disraeli addresses the Commons for the first time as Prime Minister, following Lord Derbys resignation. Date: March 1868

Background imageAddresses Collection: Lenin and Workers

Lenin and Workers
Lenin addresses workers at the Putilov factory, Petrograd, who provide solid support for his coup

Background imageAddresses Collection: Pitt in Commons / 1804

Pitt in Commons / 1804
William Pitt (the Younger) addresses the House in 1804, the year he began his second spell as Prime Minister

Background imageAddresses Collection: Scott's Antarctic Expedition Captain Scott addresses crew

Scott's Antarctic Expedition Captain Scott addresses crew
Scott's Antarctic Expedition Captain Scott addressing the crew of the Terra Nova prior to departure probably in June 1910

Background imageAddresses Collection: Joan Crawford Fan Mail

Joan Crawford Fan Mail
A fan's letter to Joan Crawford, using a portrait of her face in lieu of an address. Date: 1933

Background imageAddresses Collection: Larger version of the card that pleased Ireland

Larger version of the card that pleased Ireland
This larger card was introduced to accommodate the longer addresses needed for overseas post. Brown printing on buff card. Image printing unusually black. Date: 1 January 1883

Background imageAddresses Collection: Britain's First Foreign Postcard

Britain's First Foreign Postcard
In 1875 postcards were first allowed to be sent abroad. A Congress in Berne in 1875 agreed to the formation of the General Union of Posts within which Members could send postcards to each other

Background imageAddresses Collection: ROUSSEAU AD WIFE

ROUSSEAU AD WIFE
Jean Jacques Rousseau addresses his wife immediately before his death - to her considerable alarm. Date: 1778

Background imageAddresses Collection: Musical comedy, The Medal and the Maid, song, She ought to have a prize for that

Musical comedy, The Medal and the Maid, song, She ought to have a prize for that, music by Sidney Jones, words by Charles H Taylor. Simon Pentweazle (Mr J Robert Hale)

Background imageAddresses Collection: Home Rule Bill of 1912

Home Rule Bill of 1912
John Redmond (1856 - 1918), leader of the Irish party, claiming home bill for Ireland. Declaring that " The bill will establish in Ireland a Parliament with power to deal with purely Irish

Background imageAddresses Collection: Columbus outlines project to The Council at Salamanca

Columbus outlines project to The Council at Salamanca
Christopher Columbus outlines project to the Council at Salamanca Spain in January 1492, holding up a map as he explains his intended route across the Atlantic. Date: 1492

Background imageAddresses Collection: Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop

Wycliffe explains his thoughts before the Archbishop
John Wycliffe (circa 1320s 1384) -an English scholastic philosopher, theologian, biblical translator, reformer, priest, and a seminary professor at the University of Oxford

Background imageAddresses Collection: LENIN AT PETROGRAD 1917

LENIN AT PETROGRAD 1917
Lenin, just arrived from Finland, addresses the Central Committee of the Bolshevik Party at Petrograd, calling for an armed uprising. Stalin is also present. Date: 23 October 1917

Background imageAddresses Collection: A speaker addresses her fellow women revolutionaries in the church of Saint-Germain l

A speaker addresses her fellow women revolutionaries in the church of Saint-Germain l Auxerrois during the Paris Commune Date: 1871

Background imageAddresses Collection: Nurses at Chipping Norton Parochial Fete baby show

Nurses at Chipping Norton Parochial Fete baby show
Group of nurses at the Parochial Fete at the Vicarage, Chipping Norton. Prizegiving at a baby show. A vicar in a boater hat addresses the crowd. Queens Nurse Lucy Cross is marked on image

Background imageAddresses Collection: COMMUNE / MEETING

COMMUNE / MEETING
A woman addresses the crowd during a political meeting held in a church Date: 1871

Background imageAddresses Collection: Oastler speech in Huddersfield 1844

Oastler speech in Huddersfield 1844
Radical politician Richard Oastler (1789-1861) addresses the populace of Huddersfield on Shrove Tuesday 1841 following his release from prison. Date: 20 February 1844

Background imageAddresses Collection: General Burgoyne

General Burgoyne addresses the Indians at their War Feast in Canada Date: 1777

Background imageAddresses Collection: Artists Suffrage League Poster

Artists Suffrage League Poster
A poster designed by Joan Harvey Drew for the Artists Suffrage League, captioned, Won t you let me help you John? A woman in a bonnet, Womens Suffrage printed on her skirt

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Mrs. Pankhurst Haverford West 1908

Suffragette Mrs. Pankhurst Haverford West 1908. Mrs. Pankhurst addresses a crowd at Haverford West, Pembrokeshire, in July 1908

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Meeting Exchange Flags Liverpool

Suffragette Meeting Exchange Flags Liverpool. A suffragette addresses a group of men at Exchange Flags Liverpool in October 1909

Background imageAddresses Collection: The Modern Shirley

The Modern Shirley. Mr. Sympson (John Bull) asks, Are you a young lady? as he addresses a woman holding a flag emblazoned Political Power wearing a votes for women sash

Background imageAddresses Collection: Mr Pickwick addresses the Club

Mr Pickwick addresses the Club
" Samuel Pickwick addresses the club to propose that it form a " corresponding society" which will travel about the country and report its finding to the entire club back in London

Background imageAddresses Collection: Jos Chamberlain Speaks

Jos Chamberlain Speaks
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN addresses a Liberal Unionist meeting in the Music Hall, Edinburgh. Date: 1836 - 1914

Background imageAddresses Collection: Beresford in Commons

Beresford in Commons
Lord CHARLES WILLIAM BERESFORD, naval commander, addresses the House of Commons on the state of the Navy, in 1888. Date: 1846 - 1919

Background imageAddresses Collection: Gladstone / Commons 1892

Gladstone / Commons 1892
William Gladstone, as Leader of the Opposition, addresses the chamber Date: June 1892

Background imageAddresses Collection: Lenin Speaks, 1921

Lenin Speaks, 1921
Lenin addresses delegates to the third Congress of the Communist International at Moscow. Date: June / July 1921

Background imageAddresses Collection: Loudun / Nuns & Grandier

Loudun / Nuns & Grandier
The nuns of the convent of Sainte-Ursule become hysterical when Urbain Grandier addresses them Date: 23 June 1634

Background imageAddresses Collection: Seventy Seven Park Lance by Walter Hackett

Seventy Seven Park Lance by Walter Hackett
Promotional postcard for Seventy Seven Park Lane by Walter Hackett. First produced St. Martins Theatre, 25th October 1928. Well-dressed couples arrive at the prestigious London address of the title

Background imageAddresses Collection: Winston Churchill addresses congress

Winston Churchill addresses congress
The Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, addresses the senate chamber during his historic speech to a joint session of congress in Washington on 26th December 1941

Background imageAddresses Collection: Cardinal Bourne addresses Dublin Fusiliers

Cardinal Bourne addresses Dublin Fusiliers
During a visit to Irish troops on the Western front, Cardinal Bourne, Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, addresses men of the Dublin Fusiliers brigade from a transport waggon. Date: 1917

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Charlotte Despard Exeter Hall

Suffragette Charlotte Despard Exeter Hall. Charlotte Despard (1844-1939) addresses a meeting at the Exeter Hall, London after Dickinsons Bill was talked out in the House of commons. Date: 1907

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Old Man Paid to the Cause

Suffragette Old Man Paid to the Cause. A suffragette addresses a gathering of women. Speaker says, My old man paid 100 to the cause for every day I was in jail

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Geese Miss Hissy

Suffragette Geese Miss Hissy. Miss Hissy addresses a meeting of the Gooses Social and Political Union, asking, Is a question of gander - I mean gender to stand between us and the vote

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Addresses Meeting of Citizens

Suffragette Addresses Meeting of Citizens. Suffragette speaking with much passion addresses a meeting of curious and bemused children. Date: circa 1908

Background imageAddresses Collection: Suffragette Addresses Meeting

Suffragette Addresses Meeting. Burly, masculine looking suffragette waves her arms declaring, What are men, Who are they, Where are they etc. etc. Drawn by Arthur Moreland. Date: circa 1908

Background imageAddresses Collection: Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange

Aftermath of fire, London Hop Exchange
Aftermath of a fire at the London Hop Exchange in Southwark Street on 20 October 1920. A board leaning up on the right lists the temporary addresses of the tenants

Background imageAddresses Collection: Cover design, My Shopping Addresses

Cover design, My Shopping Addresses
Cover design for an address book, My Shopping Addresses, depicting a young woman sitting on a low stool reading a letter

Background imageAddresses Collection: Anwar Sadat addresses the Israeli Parliement

Anwar Sadat addresses the Israeli Parliement
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt(1918-1981) addresses the Israeli Parliament. Sadat became the first Arab leader to set foot in Israel in its 29 years of existence when he arrived in Tel Aviv at

Background imageAddresses Collection: Horace Smith

Horace Smith
HORATIO (but always known as HORACE) SMITH writer, author with his brother james of Rejected addresses which caused quite a stir in its day. Date: 1779 - 1849

Background imageAddresses Collection: Horace and James Smith

Horace and James Smith
HORACE and JAMES SMITH, authors of Rejected addresses which was the book of the year in 1812. Date: 1779 - 1849



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