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Drummond Gallery

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Choose from 72 pictures in our Drummond 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.


Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial Featured Print

Court room scene, Mr M Naughten trial

A sketch taken of the courtroom at Old Bailey where the trial of Mr M Naughten took place, for the assassination Mr Edward Drummond, secretary to Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel. Mr M Naughten was fixated with Sir Robert Peel, and in his attempt to assassinate him he hit Drummond. The trial became notorious and is still cited today as he pleaded insanity and was therefore not tried

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Suffragettes Demonstrating Chelmsford 1908 Featured Print

Suffragettes Demonstrating Chelmsford 1908

The scene on a Saturday in late November 1908, outside an inn, Chelmsford, Essex. The W.S.P.U organised a colourful demonstration ahead of the forthcoming by-election. Eleven ex-prisoners (some released from Holloway earlier that morning) stand alongside Mrs Flora Drummond. Banners and flags decorate the Electro bus that brought the demonstrators from London. The members of the mid-Essex prize band who provided valuable musical support stand on the top deck. Captured by Local photographer Fred Spalding. Date: 1908

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

Suffragette Deputation June 1909 Programme Featured Print

Suffragette Deputation June 1909 Programme

A souvenir and programme announcing the Deputation to the Prime Minister, Asquith, at the House of Commons on Tuesday June 29th, 1909, at 8 p.m. Portraits of leading figures, including the Pankhursts, Mrs. Pethick-Lawrence, Flora Drummond, the Kenney sisters and many others, together with a border of purple violets decorate the paper. Mentions Marion Wallace-Dunlop's marking the stonework of St. Stephen's Hall, Westminster, with a passage from the 1689 Bill of Rights, and how it took two men over two hours to remove the violet stains with pumice stone, soap and water. Mrs Pankhurst would be arrested at the Deputation. Date: 1909

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