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Choose from 99 pictures in our Destroy 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.


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His Broadcast Master's Voice by George Studdy

A spoof on the famous His Master's Voice logo featuring a dog listening to a gramophone; Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy, is frightened out of his wits when he ears the voice of his owner while he is in the middle of chewing and destroying his pair of shoes. Credit line must read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evan"

© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evans

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Suffragette W.S.P.U Demonstration Programme

A W.S.P.U programme for a 'Women's Demonstration' at the Royal Albert Hall, 28th March 1912. Printed in purple with green pencil attached with green ribbon. Speakers included Annie Kenney, Evelyn Sharp, Israel Zangwill and Elizabeth Robins. Resolution printed inside, condemning policy of the Government to destroy the 'agitation for the enfranchisement of women'. As a result of the militant window smashing campaign at the beginning of March 1912, Emmeline Pankhurst, Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence and Frederick Pethick-Lawrence were arrested and remanded on a charge of conspiracy and were later tried at the Old Bailey. Date: 1912

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

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The trouble, my friends, with socialism is that it would des

The trouble, my friends, with socialism is that it would destroy initiative. Illustration shows a large gorilla-like monster with human head, clutching clusters of buildings labeled Public Utilities, Competition, and Small Business with his right arm and left leg, as he crushes a building labeled Untainted Success, Initiative, Individualism, Independence, and Ambition with his left hand, causing some citizens to flee while others plead for mercy. He casts a shadow over the US Capitol, tilting in the background. Date 1910 January 12. The trouble, my friends, with socialism is that it would destroy initiative. Illustration shows a large gorilla-like monster with human head, clutching clusters of buildings labeled Public Utilities, Competition, and Small Business with his right arm and left leg, as he crushes a building labeled Untainted Success, Initiative, Individualism, Independence, and Ambition with his left hand, causing some citizens to flee while others plead for mercy. He casts a shadow over the US Capitol, tilting in the background. Date 1910 January 12. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress