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Look Out Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 38 pictures in our Look Out 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.


Battle of Lookout Mountain--November 24' 1863 - 4' & 14' Cor Featured Print

Battle of Lookout Mountain--November 24' 1863 - 4' & 14' Cor

Battle of Lookout Mountain--November 24' 1863 - 4' & 14' Corps, Army of the Cumberland & Geary's Div. o. 12' Corps, & 11' & 15' Corps A.O.T. Tenn. engaged. Date c1889. Battle of Lookout Mountain--November 24' 1863 - 4' & 14' Corps, Army of the Cumberland & Geary's Div. o. 12' Corps, & 11' & 15' Corps A.O.T. Tenn. engaged. Date c1889. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

US War Bonds Featured Print

US War Bonds

'Fire Away!' 'Buy Extra Bonds'. A plea to purchase war bonds, issued by the US Treasury Department War Finance Division. The card is in honour of the USS Dorrado, a submarine sunk by friendly fire off Panama in 1943 after an incorrect message was relayed to aircraft about the restricted zone for sea vessels. Date: circa 1944

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Liberation Soldiers on watch Featured Print

Liberation Soldiers on watch

Behind the Firemen's Barracks of the Feridie Street - group of liberation soldiers watching out for cowardly revolutionaries. On January 12th 1909, Constantinople recognized the Austrian annexation of Bosnia and Herzogovina. Vienna paid the Turks a 2.2 million indemnity, the Russians cancelled a 20-million Turkish indemnity in return for Constantinople's recognition of Bulgarian independence, and internal strife disrupts the whole of the Ottoman Empire. The 76-year-old Grand Vizier Kamil was deposed on February 13th and replaced by Hussein Hilmi. The Baghdad-born General Mahmud Sevket Pasa suppressed a religious uprising against the Young Turk Government in what is now remembered as the 31st of March Incident. Upwards of 20, 000 Armenians were massacred. The 1st Army Corps revolted at Constantinople on April 13th; composed chiefly of Albanians, it forced Hilmi to resign. A 25, 000-man army of liberation arrived from Macedonia on April 24, a 5-hour battle ensued, and leaders of the April 13th revolt were executed. The Sultan Abdul Hamid II favoured a return to absolutism and was duly imprisoned in his palace, his 4, 000-man Albanian guard surrendering to the Young Turks on April 25th, giving up its arms, and the Sultan was deposed on April 26th at age 66 (after a 33-year reign) by the unanimous vote of the Ottoman parliament. His helpless 64-year-old brother reigned until 1918 as Mohammed V, and Gen. Sevket was promoted to Inspector General of the first three army corps and Minister of War "

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection