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Lourdes - The Grotto
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Lourdes - The Grotto
The Earth
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The Earth
The Golden Bough
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The Golden Bough
Universal Rescue Mission Caravan - E. H. Smith of Sheffield Featured Image

Universal Rescue Mission Caravan - E. H. Smith of Sheffield

Universal Rescue Mission Caravan and its owner, Mr E. H. Smith of Sheffield (on the right) - a local Christian Evangelical preacher, known as the Blind Evangelist'. Smith preached at Mission Services, Temperance Lectures and School Addresses. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Jane Lewson (116)
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Jane Lewson (116)
Three adder stones
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Three adder stones
Three adder stones Featured Image

Three adder stones

Three adder stones, also known as hag stones, witch stones, serpent's eggs and snake's eggs. They are believed by some to have been formed by the secretions of snakes or adders, and thought to have magical powers. They are probably formed when stones have their centres worn away by the natural action of flowing water. Date: 1843

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Fig Tree growing out of a tomb in Watford Churchyard Featured Image

Fig Tree growing out of a tomb in Watford Churchyard

A Fig Tree growing out of a tomb in Watford Churchyard - the legend runs that a lady buried in the vault from which the tree is growing was an atheist, and that on her death-bed she adhered to the tenet that expressed a wish that a fig tree might grow out of her heart if there were a God.... Local thought today is that the growth of the fig tree is more likely down to the vicars preference for eating figs as he walked to church, spitting the pips out as he went. It is also unlikely that an atheist would have occupied such an impressive tomb, so close to the church! Date: circa 1920s

God Hanuman. Hindu art
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God Hanuman. Hindu art
Taking the veil
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Taking the veil
North Carolina conjuror
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North Carolina conjuror

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