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Choose from 72 pictures in our Claimed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

USA - The World Building. Construction - New York Featured Print

USA - The World Building. Construction - New York

USA - The World Building. Construction - New York - World, or Pulitzer Building. Construction of the New York World Building began on October 10, 1889, at 53-63 Park Row, on the corner of Park Row and the now-closed Frankfort Street. The building was completed on December 10, 1890. The claimed height of the building was 20 stories, comparable to 16 or 18 stories by current standards. The New York World Building was also known as the Pulitzer Building after the paper's owner, Joseph Pulitzer, who commissioned it. Pulitzer's private office was on the second level of the dome and looked down on other buildings along the street.. Part of Box 160 Modern New York, Boswell collection. Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

Suffragette Arson Wargrave Featured Print

Suffragette Arson Wargrave

Suffragette Arson Wargrave. Crowds gather outside St. Mary's Church, Wargrave, Berkshire to see the damage caused by fire on 1st June 1914. Militant suffragettes were seen as the culprits, one newspaper claimed that a hammer and a pile of suffragette literature with a paper saying, stop torturing women had been found inside. Date: 1914

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

Robert E. Peary on the Roosevelt, 1909 Featured Print

Robert E. Peary on the Roosevelt, 1909

Photograph showing Commander Robert E. Peary (1856-1920), the Arctic explorer, on the bridge of the Roosevelt, 1909. Peary is seen in the fur clothing he used during his expedition to the North Pole. Peary, his assistant Matthew Henson, and the Inuit, Oatah, Egingwah, Ookeah and Seegloo claimed to have reached the North Pole on 6th April 1909

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans