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Directs Gallery

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Choose from 39 pictures in our Directs 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.


WW1 - Heavy traffic - Rouen street - Confectioners Shop Featured Print

WW1 - Heavy traffic - Rouen street - Confectioners Shop

WW1 - The influx of allied soldiers causing extra pedestrian traffic on a Rouen street, to the consternation of some of the locals - exacerbated here by the opening a popular confectioner's shop...! Date: 1917

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Mirjan Mosque, Baghdad, Iraq Featured Print

Mirjan Mosque, Baghdad, Iraq

The Mirjan Mosque, Baghdad, Iraq. On the road in the foreground a traffic official direct what little traffic there is! The sign to Keep on the Left is a direct indication of the British presence/control of the city after capture at the end of the First World War. Iraq gained independence in 1932

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Bagdad, Baghdad, British, City, Control, Direct, Directing, Directs, Historical, History, Iraq, Left, Minraret, Mirjan, Mosque, Official, Road, Sign, Street, Telephone, Traffic, Wires

Festival of Empire exhibition, Pageant of London, 1911 Featured Print

Festival of Empire exhibition, Pageant of London, 1911

Citizens of London as the living history of London City: the pageant at the Festival of Empire at the Crystal Palace. 1. visitors to the court of Queen Elizabeth: chiefs and women from afar; 2. Maid Marian; 3. the rising which cost Wat Tyler his life [Peasants Revolt]; 4. Jack o the Green; 5. stepmother of King Henry V, Queen Joan of Navarre; 6. Prince Charles, later King Charles I, and Mary, Queen Dowager of France, afterwards married to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk; 7. Queen Joan of Navarre; 8. William the Conqueror making formal entry; 9. in the procession of Richard III: the Lord Mayor, aldermen and coroner; 10. Queen of Henry VII, Elizabeth of York; 11. the bluff king and his first wife, Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon; 12. Roman invasion of London; 13. King James I; 14. dancing girls in Roman London; 15. early dwellers in Britain; 16. dancer at court of James I; 17. Merrie England scene: a decorated ox-wagon. Date: 1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans