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Divided Gallery

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Divided 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.


Chinese Ancestor Worship - Ancestral Tablet Featured Print

Chinese Ancestor Worship - Ancestral Tablet

The cermony of Ancestral worship. A Chinese believes that he has three souls, and when he dies one goes to the other world, one into the tomb, and the thirs into the Ancestral Tablet which is treasured and worsipped by his surviving family. It is said that the Chinese spend 24, 000, 000 per annum on ancestral worship. (text fom card) Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

And the waters were divided Featured Print

And the waters were divided

And the waters were divided. Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson, as Moses, standing on a rock with left arm raised, at the parting of the seas labeled Republican Split through which a horde of Democrats labeled Marshall, M'Combs, Bryan, Kern, Williams, O'Gorman, Harmon, Mack, Gore, Underwood, Clark, Watterson, and Harvey escape the Predatory Pharaohs caught on the far shore as the sea closes between them. Date 1912 July 31. And the waters were divided. Illustration shows Woodrow Wilson, as Moses, standing on a rock with left arm raised, at the parting of the seas labeled Republican Split through which a horde of Democrats labeled Marshall, M'Combs, Bryan, Kern, Williams, O'Gorman, Harmon, Mack, Gore, Underwood, Clark, Watterson, and Harvey escape the Predatory Pharaohs caught on the far shore as the sea closes between them. Date 1912 July 31

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

A Derby night Featured Print

A Derby night

Illustration by S. Begg showing a long queue of men lining up to enlist. Lord Derby, Director General of Recruiting in 1916 introduced the Derby scheme which encouraged men from the same offices or factories to join up together to form pals battalions. The scheme also divided men up into single and married and offered a war pension to those with dependents. As the prospect of conscription loomed, and with December 15th 1915 as the deadline for volunteering or attesting, recruitment offices found it difficult to cope with the crowds

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans