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Casey Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 12 pictures in our Casey collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Baseball/Casey at Bat
Baseball/Casey at Bat
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Proposal for a Thames Barrage, Gravesend, 1904
Proposal for a Thames Barrage, Gravesend, 1904
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AEA Aerodrome No.3 - June Bug
AEA Aerodrome No.3 - June Bug
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Curtiss Wind Wagon with Glenn Curtiss
Curtiss Wind Wagon with Glenn Curtiss
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Clerkenwell Prison explosion
Clerkenwell Prison explosion
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Damaged house interior in Corporation Lane
Damaged house interior in Corporation Lane
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Proposal for a Thames Barrage, Gravesend, 1905
Proposal for a Thames Barrage, Gravesend, 1905
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Thayer/Casey at the Bat
Thayer/Casey at the Bat
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Baseball/Casey Wouldn't
Baseball/Casey Wouldn't
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Baseball/Casey Advances
Baseball/Casey Advances
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Her Past by Frederick Jackson
Her Past by Frederick Jackson
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Silhouette of a Canadian woman in uniform
Silhouette of a Canadian woman in uniform
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Clerkenwell Prison explosion Featured Image

Clerkenwell Prison explosion

Effects of the explosion at the house of detention, Clerkenwell, seen from within the prison yard: police officers and firemen searching the ruins. The gunpowder explosion on the outer wall of Clerkenwell Prison was an attempt to free two Fenian prisoners, Richard Burke and Joseph Theobald Casey, who were imprisoned there. The explosion destroyed several houses in the neighbourhood, killed several people, including as the Illustrated London News says, "two little children", and injured many more. Date: 1867

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans