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Choose from 192 pictures in our Institute 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 Wolverton Mechanics Institute soiree Featured Print

The Wolverton Mechanics Institute soiree

The anniversary meeting of the Wolverton Mechanics Institute in the large engine room of Wolverton Station.1, 500 people attended the soiree, which was lit by gas and decked out with flags and greenery. Wolverton was constructed as a railway town by the London and North Western Company, and having built a church and schools for their workers, the Company followed this up with a generous donation to the The Wolverton Mechanics Institute

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure Featured Print

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure of Dorak c.3000 BC - report of the finds from the excavations by James Mellaart, Assistant Director, The British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara. A small cemetery consisting of two Royal cist graves and two pithos burials of servants was found high up on a hill slope near the village of Dorak, on the southern shore of Lake Apolyont (Vilayet of Bursa) in North-west Turkey near the Sea of Marmara. Date: 1959

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

University of East London Stratford Campus, University House Featured Print

University of East London Stratford Campus, University House

The University of East London Stratford Campus is based in and around University House, a Grade II* listed building (formerly the West Ham Technical Institute), located in Stratford, London in the London Borough of Newham. Designed by Gibson and Russell in the Renaissance Revival architecture style, with added carving introduced by the foreman of construction W.B. Rhind. The frontage towards Romford Road shows figures representing Fine art and science; towards Water Lane are figures symbolical of Literature, Engineering, and Music; two female figures adorn the main entrance, and there are four figures in the niches of the square tower representing Perseverance and Industry. When complete, the building was considered one of the finest in that style, and appeared in various architecture journals of the time. Date: circa 1902

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection