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Choose from 40 pictures in our Equal collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Gandhi, Sonja Schlesin and Hermann Kallenbach
Gandhi, Sonja Schlesin and Hermann Kallenbach
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Equal Rights Campaign
Equal Rights Campaign
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An early typing pool
An early typing pool
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Women's interest in the 1918 General Election
Women's interest in the 1918 General Election
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Young women university graduates, Copenhagen, Denmark
Young women university graduates, Copenhagen, Denmark
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The parliamentary female
The parliamentary female
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Cartoon, Excelsior! (Suffragist as Sisyphus)
Cartoon, Excelsior! (Suffragist as Sisyphus)
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Communist China - communal exercise session
Communist China - communal exercise session
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Equal Pay for Equal Work
Equal Pay for Equal Work
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Maria Bochkareva, female Russian soldier, WW1
Maria Bochkareva, female Russian soldier, WW1
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Margery Corbett Ashby, 1932
Margery Corbett Ashby, 1932
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Straw-coloured equal-flowered moraea or Cape
Straw-coloured equal-flowered moraea or Cape
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Margery Corbett Ashby, 1932 Featured Image

Margery Corbett Ashby, 1932

Margery Corbett Ashby (1882-1981), women's rights campaigner and Liberal candidate. She was president of several organisations, including the British Commonwealth League, National Union Societies of Equal Citizenship and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance(IWSA). Pictured here in 1932, when she was the substitute British delegate at the World Disarmament Conference at Geneva in February 1932, Sir John Simon being taken ill with influenza. Date: 1932

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Two boy scouts from British Guyana, South America
Two boy scouts from British Guyana, South America
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Lady Sarah Wilsons bomb-proof shelter at Mafeking, 1900
Lady Sarah Wilsons bomb-proof shelter at Mafeking, 1900
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Suffrage Calendar Artists Suffrage League 1913
Suffrage Calendar Artists Suffrage League 1913
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Advert for Drake & Gorham electric lighting 1914
Advert for Drake & Gorham electric lighting 1914
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Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette
Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette
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National American Woman Suffrage postcard
National American Woman Suffrage postcard
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Bristol Bloodhound prototype in its initial form
Bristol Bloodhound prototype in its initial form
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Federal Theatre Project presents Created equal by John Hunte
Federal Theatre Project presents Created equal by John Hunte
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Miss Greenfields concert at Stafford House
Miss Greenfields concert at Stafford House
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Bowling pavilion in Bishops Park, Fulham
Bowling pavilion in Bishops Park, Fulham
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Dutch poster warning against the Black Market
Dutch poster warning against the Black Market
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A first-line trench in Champagne
A first-line trench in Champagne
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Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette Featured Image

Suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette

London Life - A Rotary Postcard photograph showing a suffragette selling copies of The Suffragette paper - October, 1912. The woman in the image is wearing a Holloway brooch, a brooch of honour designed by Sylvia Pankhurst for women who had been imprisoned in Holloway Prison. The brooch shows a portcullis symbol of the House of commons, the gate and hanging chains in silver and the superimposed broad arrow in purple, white and green enamel. The newsletter The Suffragette was published by the Womens Social and Political Union (WSPU). It replaced the earlier Votes for Women newsletter in 1912 when the WSPU became more militant. The issue which is on display in the photograph may concern an important letter by written by James Barr to the Prison Commissioners (right) in which he describes the force-feeding of Rose Howey in Walton Prison, Liverpool in January 1910. Prior to this letter the official position on force-feeding was that it was done in order to save lives however Barrs letter makes it clear that Howey was not at risk when she was force-fed. Date: 1912

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Girl in the Job Centre
Girl in the Job Centre
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The Hon C. S. Rolls in his racing car
The Hon C. S. Rolls in his racing car
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Ayers Cathartic Pills
Ayers Cathartic Pills
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Advert/Camp Coffee 1900
Advert/Camp Coffee 1900
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Saint Peter (Mosaic)
Saint Peter (Mosaic)
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Cigarette smoking woman gets into a compartment
Cigarette smoking woman gets into a compartment
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Satire on gender equality
Satire on gender equality
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Hans the Clever Horse
Hans the Clever Horse
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Equal Franchise/1928
Equal Franchise/1928
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Charles I Vorsterman
Charles I Vorsterman
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English Tourists France
English Tourists France
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Nathaniel Bacon
Nathaniel Bacon
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The Hon C. S. Rolls in his racing car Featured Image

The Hon C. S. Rolls in his racing car

The Hon. C. S. Rolls in his special racing car. The car beat the world record for 1 km, covering the distance in 27 secs, equal to 83mph. Rolls later died in 1910 in a plane crash

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

07, 18th, 1903, 1910, 21, 27, 83mph, Beat, Car, Covering, Crash, Dec, Died, Distance, Equal, Historical, History, Hon, Iln, Import, Km, March, Plane, Racing, Record, Rolls, Secs, Special, World

English Foxhound
English Foxhound
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Pyne - Waggoners
Pyne - Waggoners
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Suffragette Votes for Women Valentine
Suffragette Votes for Women Valentine
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Advertisement for Shell Motor Spirit
Advertisement for Shell Motor Spirit
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