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Choose from 110 pictures in our Desks 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.


Staff at work, office of Daily Worker newspaper, London Featured Print

Staff at work, office of Daily Worker newspaper, London

Staff at work in the office of the Daily Worker newspaper, 75 Farringdon Road, London. Seated are Rose Smith, Sam Russell, Monty Meth and (by the window) Ben Francis. Standing are Fred Pateman and Harry Brown. Date: circa 1940s

© Mary Evans / Marx Memorial Library

1940s, Basic, Ben, Brown, Clock, Communications, Communism, Communist, Daily, Desk, Desks, Documents, Equipment, Farringdon, Francis, Fred, Furniture, Harry, Historical, History, Journalism, Journalist, Journalists, Left, London, Media, Meth, Monty, News, Newspaper, Office, Open, Pateman, Plan, Press, Road, Rose, Russell, Sam, Seated, Smith, Staff, Standing, Table, Tables, Typewriter, Typewriters, Window, Wing, Work, Worker, Workingnewspapers

People at work, The London Gazette Featured Print

People at work, The London Gazette

People at work in the offices of The London Gazette, near Fleet Street, London. The publication has been described by some as the world's most boring newspaper. It contains official government notices and news items, and dates back to the 1660s.
1969

© Mary Evans Picture Library/DAVID LEWIS HODGSON

1960s, 1969, 60s, Boring, British, Court, Desk, Desks, Dull, Fleet, Gazette, Glasses, Government, Industry, London, Man, Manual, Media, Men, National, News, Newspaper, Notices, Office, Offices, Official, Papers, People, Phone, Press, Publication, Radiator, Roller, Sixties, Spectacles, State, Street, Telephone, Text, Trade, Typewriter, Uk, Window, Woman, Women, Work, Working

I remember that in 1870- Cartoon by H.M. Bateman Featured Print

I remember that in 1870- Cartoon by H.M. Bateman

"I remember that in 1870-" Parading for writing-to-the-papers: A London Club in War-time. In a London club a crowd of elderly gentlemen are queing up to reach three desks where they are furiously writing letters to newspapers. Bateman pokes fun at how the elderly seemed to do nothing in war-time but write letters in to newspapers giving their often outdated views on war, comparing it to previous conflicts which they would remember like the 1870 Franco-Prussian War. Date: 1914

© Estate of H M Bateman/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library