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Brochure illustration, W Barratt & Co Ltd, Northampton Featured Print

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. Date: 20th century

© Mary Evans Picture Library / John Maclellan

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Suffragette Mrs. Pankhurst Haverford West 1908 Featured Print

Suffragette Mrs. Pankhurst Haverford West 1908

Suffragette Mrs. Pankhurst Haverford West 1908. Mrs. Pankhurst addresses a crowd at Haverford West, Pembrokeshire, in July 1908. The W.S.P.U were campaigning against the Liberal Candidate, Walter Roch at a by-election (held 16th July 1908). Haverford West was H.Q Mrs. Pankhurst en-camped at the Mariner's Hotel, others joining the campaign included, Annie Kenney, Mrs. Martel, Elsa Gye and Mrs. Massey. Mrs. Pankhurst was sure that our fight for freedom appeals to the freedom loving people of Wales. although Roch was returned albeit with a reduced majority. Date: 1908

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Birds-eye view of the Social London, 1914 Featured Print

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 and fronting the wall of the Buckingham Palace garden. Its western boundary is held to be Sloane Street. A number of the chief residences are shown including the homes of the Dukes of Richmond & Gordon, Bedford and the Earl of Albermarle in the Belgrave Square area. The frontiers of Mayfair are defined as Park Lane to the west and Piccadillly to the south and the map shows some of the famous mansions of the area including Londonderry House, Dudley House, Grosvenor House, Dorchester House and Devonshire House. Buckingham Palace can be seen bottom right. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans