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Choose from 315 pictures in our Helping 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.


Ambulance for wounded horses, World War One Featured Print

Ambulance for wounded horses, World War One

An ambulance for wounded horses on the battlefield : the Canadian Mounted Veterinary Corps at work with field artillery. Men of the Mounted Section of the Canadian Veterinary Corps are seen collecting wounded horses in the firing line of the field artillery. An animal wounded in one of its forelegs is being assisted to the ambulance wagon by four men supporting it with a blanket under its belly while another is leading it. The wounded horses receive first aid and are then taken to a Base Veterinary Hospital. If the wound is too severe, the animal is humanely put out of its misery. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Catherine Douglas trying to save James I of Scotland Featured Print

Catherine Douglas trying to save James I of Scotland

Catherine Douglas trying to save the life of King James I of Scotland. Catherine was a lady-in-waiting to the Queen. According to legend, when men arrived to assassinate James, Catherine put her arm through the staples of the door to stop them entering. They broke the door down and broke her arm, and the King was killed. After this, Catherine adopted the surname Barlass

© Mary Evans Picture Library

The National Vigilance Association - NVA Workers, London Featured Print

The National Vigilance Association - NVA Workers, London

The National Vigilance Association - NVA Workers at work at a London Railway Station. The NVA was a society established in August 1885 "for the enforcement and improvement of the laws for the repression of criminal vice and public immorality" as the result of articles exposing child prostitution published by W. T. Stead in the Pall Mall Gazette. Date: 1930s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection