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Choose from 52 pictures in our Bo 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.


Children in fancy dress at a carnival or fete Featured Print

Children in fancy dress at a carnival or fete

A group of children of assorted shape and size lined up for a photograph to show off their fancy dress costumes. Among the characters on view is Little Bo Peep, a Native American with feathered headdress, a flower (in a wheelchair), a girl dressed as a purse or handbag and a sweet little girl with a white rabbit on a leash. This looks to be a fete, fair or carnival at an unidentified British location. Date: c.1925

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette Votes for Sheep Martyr Featured Print

Suffragette Votes for Sheep Martyr

Suffragette Votes for Sheep Martyr. Little Bo Peep stands with her shepherd's crook holding a picture of a sheep in a prison cell, with Votes for Women as the headline, and 'a martyr' beneath. Based on the nursery rhyme, the verse for this reads, 'Little Bo peep said 'Votes for Sheep' but didn't know how to get them. She stood in the street, with crook all complete. If she sees a new hat she'll forget them' Date: circa 1911

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

To the right hon'ble... trustees of the linen manufacture Featured Print

To the right hon'ble... trustees of the linen manufacture

To the right hon'ble... trustees of the linen manufacture... this view taken in the County of South representing taking the flax out of the bog when it has lain a sufficient time to separate the rind (which is the flax) from the stem, & strengthen it, spreading it to dry, stoving, beetling, and breaking it... dedicated by... Wm. Hincks. Date 1791 June 20. To the right hon'ble... trustees of the linen manufacture... this view taken in the County of South representing taking the flax out of the bog when it has lain a sufficient time to separate the rind (which is the flax) from the stem, & strengthen it, spreading it to dry, stoving, beetling, and breaking it... dedicated by... Wm. Hincks. Date 1791 June 20. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress