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Choose from 156 pictures in our Dates 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.


Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips Featured Print

Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips

Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips. A woman, flanked by two policemen, with mounted officer in front, is led down a London Street. She has been identified as Mary Phillips (1880-1969) who joined Sylvia Pankhurst's East London Federation of Suffragettes in 1913. (one source dates this card to 1908 but the Rotary photo company's 'London Life' series issued 3 suffragette photographs at a later date) This probably dates Circa 1912-1914. Captioned - 'London Life'. Arrest of a militant suffragette 'Hustle them in and bustle them in. Scoop up the 'shrieking' mob. Who says that 'Justice' is going to win when the law takes up the job?' Date: circa 1912-1914

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

The Channel Islands - Creux Harbour Featured Print

The Channel Islands - Creux Harbour

The Channel Islands - Creux Harbour - Small - walled harbour - boats inside. Part of Box 234 Boswell Collection - The Channel Islands 'The first harbour at Creux was built in 1588 by the first settlers, but the present harbour dates from 1868, the winter storms of 1865/6 destroying the original walls. The picturesque old harbour is now used mainly by fishermen and yachtsmen, or by ferries which cannot enter Maseline Harbour due to adverse conditions. There is also a small enclosed beach reached via a tunnel in the rock. The famous Sark Water Carnival is held at Creux in mid summer.' http:/ports.org.uk/port.asp?id=146 Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

The Gardens, Boston Featured Print

The Gardens, Boston

Boston Public gardens were established in 1837 after philanthropist Horice Gray petitioned for the use of the land as a public botanical garden. Located at the Arlington st gate is the equestrian statue of George Washington by Thomas Ball 1869. The Ether monument known as The good samaritan by the sulptor John Quincy Adam Ward dates from 1867 and can be located in the north west corner of the gardens. Date: 1902

© Kye Elliott / Mary Evans Picture Library