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Grand Mother Gallery

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Choose from 91 pictures in our Grand Mother 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.

The Hesse- Cassel children Featured Print

The Hesse- Cassel children

The children of Princess Margarete of Prussia and Prince Friedrich Karl of Hesse-Cassel: from left; Wolfgang (1896-1989), Friedrich Wilhelm (1893-1916), known as 'Freddy', Richard (1901-1969), Philipp (1896-1980), Christoph (1901-1943) and Maximilian (1894-1914). Margarete was unusual within the Royal family for having two sets of twins. Queen Victoria, the boys' great-grandmother was alive when the first set, Philipp and Wolfgang were born and was greatly amused to hear the news. The children are dressed in the ubiquitous sailor suit, popular throughout the reign of Queen Victoria. Princess Margarete was the youngest daughter of Vicky, Princess Royal of Great Britain and Empress of Prussia.

© Charlotte Zeepvat/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library

Hyman Bachwald, 167 Allen Street, New York. Neurotic and epi Featured Print

Hyman Bachwald, 167 Allen Street, New York. Neurotic and epi

Hyman Bachwald, 167 Allen Street, New York. Neurotic and epileptic. Mother worked in factory previous to marriage, and while Hyman was coming. Her mentality is questioned. The grandmother has been blind 8 years. Father acts feeble minded, and deserted 3 years ago. Hyman's brother (defective) is now on Randalls Island. Mother's sister was also on Randalls Island. The entire family lives in 2 rooms. Further data in their files;, 1767 Nurse Investigator Records, Department of Public Charities. Location: New York, New York (State). Date 1913 September 16. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Origin Species, CH Bennett, Quiet man - lamb Featured Print

Origin Species, CH Bennett, Quiet man - lamb

'As quiet as a lamb'. Satire on Darwin's 'Origin of Species' showing the evolution of a quiet young man, from a lamb. Dressed in a long tailed coat and being under the impression that he would pass for a riotous young blade, but alas still with his grandmother, concealed within his gingham umbrella. Lambs that wander from their own pasture provide sport to those whose habits they imitate, such is represented by evolution of the shuttlecock and battledores.

© Mary Evans Picture Library