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Newspaper Collection

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The William Morris Clarion van

The William Morris Clarion van
A man stands on a Clarion van under a banner reading Socialism talking to a crowd of people congregated around him. One holds a bicycle and other bicycles are visible by the van

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Vintage yachts in sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s

Vintage yachts in sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s
Vintage yachts in the sunshine, English south coast, 1930 s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Sunday Sport - World War Two Bomber Found on Moon

Sunday Sport - World War Two Bomber Found on Moon
Front cover of the Sunday Sport Newspaper - April 24th 1988 - World War Two Bomber Found on Moon *Note usage restrictions as outlined below* 1988

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Castle street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland

Castle street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland
Castle Street, Arncroach, Fife, Scotland. The newspaper headlines detail a fatal rail crash, although this has not been so far identified precisely. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Birthday Greetings postcard - A family of Cats at home

Birthday Greetings postcard - A family of Cats at home, sitting and playing around the fire. Date: circa 1922

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Daily Telegraph front pages, 1914, 1918 and 1919, WW1

Daily Telegraph front pages, 1914, 1918 and 1919, WW1
Daily Telegraph front pages for 3 August 1914 and 11 November 1918, marking the beginning and end of the First World War

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Advertisement for W H Smith

Advertisement for W H Smith -- newsboy on an enamel sign. circa 1925

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Pall Mall Gazette - Armistice Signed - Official

The Pall Mall Gazette - Armistice Signed - Official
Newspaper - The Pall Mall Gazette - Monday November 11 1918 with headline Armistice Signed - Official. Commemorative Art

Background imageNewspaper Collection: John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy

John Passmore Edwards, Vanity Fair, Spy
JOHN PASSMORE EDWARDS MP (1823 - 1911) Liberal Member of Parliament for Salisbury, Philanthropist, British journalist, owner and editor of the London newspaper The Echo

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Press photographer with hidden camera in his hat

Press photographer with hidden camera in his hat
A rather shifty looking press photographer cunningly conceals a camera behind his hat with the lens poking through a convenient hole. Date: 1914

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Daily Courant

The Daily Courant
Front page of The Daily Courant, the first daily paper. The paper began in 1702 and was at first a single sheet printed on one side only. This copy three years later is printed on both sides

Background imageNewspaper Collection: William Rust, British communist and newspaper editor

William Rust, British communist and newspaper editor
William Charles Rust (1903-1949), British communist activist, member of the Communist Party of Great Britain, and editor of the Daily Worker newspaper, seen here at his desk

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Publication on the death of Queen Victoria 1901

Publication on the death of Queen Victoria 1901
Front cover reporting on the death of Her Majesty Queen Victoria in The Queen, The Ladys Newspaper & Court Chronicle, dated 26 January 1901, four days after her death

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Front page, Youth Against the Bomb, CND newspaper

Front page, Youth Against the Bomb, CND newspaper, with an article about support from Paul McCartney of The Beatles pop group, Easter 1964. 1964

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Fidel Castro at Desk

Fidel Castro at Desk
FIDEL CASTRO Cuban statesman at his desk Date: 1926 -

Background imageNewspaper Collection: South Africa (XIX). Zulu Kingdom (1883). Restoration

South Africa (XIX). Zulu Kingdom (1883). Restoration Cettewayo, king of the Zulus. Cetewayo attends the ceremony indaba conference to meet the Induna (Zulu and Xhosa leaders)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Suffragette Lilian Lenton in Court 1913

Suffragette Lilian Lenton in Court 1913
A newspaper placard dated Wednesday, June 11, 1913, with the headline, Miss. Lentons Reappearance. Lilian Lenton (1891-1972)

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940

Newspaper front cover: evacuation of Dunkirk, 1940
" Through an inferno of bombs and shells, the B.E.F is crossing the Channel from Dunkirk-in historys strangest armada

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Lloyds Coffee House, London

Lloyds Coffee House, London. 1798

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Jessica by Luke Fildes

Jessica by Luke Fildes
A portrait of the Shakespeare character, Jessica from The Merchant of Venice by Sir Luke Fildes (1843-1918), part of a series of Shakespearean heroines painted by great Victorian artists for The

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper Seller 1933

Newspaper Seller 1933
A newspaper seller in a flat cap and overcoat stands next to his stall on Wednesday, March 1st, 1933. Headlines include The Times: The Arms Embargo - Geneva Comment and Dictatorship in Germany

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Shoe shine Lisbon, Portugal

Shoe shine Lisbon, Portugal
A young shoe shine man reads a newspaper while waiting for his next customer in a Lisbon street Portugal. First published The Sunday Times Date: 1989

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 Octob?

Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 Octob?
Newspaper Story by Toby Neal in Shropshire Star 10 October 2006 Issue Page 8, Ernest Maund Early Aviator / Pilot from Craven Arms, Shropshire, UK

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Caricature of Nellie Farren and Edward Ledger

Caricature of Nellie Farren and Edward Ledger
Caricature of Nellie Farren (1848-1904), English actress and singer, and Edward Ledger (18??-1921), editor of The Era theatrical newspaper

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Harrow Road tram on Route 60 going to Paddington, London

Harrow Road tram on Route 60 going to Paddington, London
Harrow Road tram on Route 60 going to Paddington, advertising The News of the World newspaper. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Suffragette Grace Chappelow Votes for Women

Suffragette Grace Chappelow Votes for Women. Grace Chappelow (1884-1971), born in Hatfield Peverel, Nr Chelmsford, Essex. Shown selling and advertising Votes for Women newspaper

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Cartoon, Henry Irving and F B Chatterton

Cartoon, Henry Irving and F B Chatterton
Cartoon, Henry Irving (1838-1905), legendary actor-manager, and Frederick Balsir Chatterton (1834-1886), theatre manager, with a bust of Shakespeare in the background -- Shakespearian Experimenters

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Departure platform in Victoria Station, London

Departure platform in Victoria Station, London
Southern Railway continental and mainline departure Platform 2 in Victoria Station, London, with a W H Smith news stand. Date: circa 1910

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Mimosa Daily Mail arrives in Nice

The Mimosa Daily Mail arrives in Nice
An aeroplane arriving in Nice to deliver copies of the Mimosa Daily Mail, a special Riviera edition of the newspaper for people enjoying some winter sunshine in the fashionable South of France

Background imageNewspaper Collection: The Public Hall at the The Daily Telegraph newspaper

The Public Hall at the The Daily Telegraph newspaper
The hall of the Daily Telegraph newspaper looking very handsome with its red granite pillars. The view is taken looking towards Fleet Street. Date: 1914

Background imageNewspaper Collection: A set of 8 lithographs - WWI era

A set of 8 lithographs - WWI era
A set of 8 lithographs in a folio. 1) Inscribed Private B. Miller, Queens Westminsters, out since 1914, 2) Inscribed Of the Labour Battalion, 3) A soldier reading a newspaper

Background imageNewspaper Collection: View of St Pauls Cathedral. From Fleet Street

View of St Pauls Cathedral. From Fleet Street, London. Ye old Cheshire Cheese pub is seen on the left. A man can be seen removing horse excrement from the street on the right

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Piltdown Man article- The most ancient inhabitant of England

Piltdown Man article- The most ancient inhabitant of England
The most ancient inhabitant of England: the newly found Sussex Man. A page from the Illustrated London News by W.P Pycraft, examining the parallels between the Piltdown Man skull and jaw

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Waiting for the rabbit to bolt

Waiting for the rabbit to bolt
Photograph: Waiting for the rabbit to bolt From an album of 101 photographs, with newspaper cuttings, 1st Bn Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge?s Own), Cyprus, 1955-1958. Date: 1957

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Cartoon, Wilson Barrett, preparing to play Hamlet

Cartoon, Wilson Barrett, preparing to play Hamlet
Wilson Barrett (William Henry Barrett; 1846-1904), actor, theatre manager and playwright -- More Study! Seen here preparing to play Hamlet, to the consernation of Henry Irving

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Dog with Daily Telegraph newspaper on a greetings card

Dog with Daily Telegraph newspaper on a greetings card
Dog with a Daily Telegraph newspaper dated 5 September 1949 in its mouth, part of a greetings card. Date: 1949

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Front page, The London Gazette

Front page, The London Gazette
Front page of a 17th century issue of The London Gazette, described by some as the worlds most boring newspaper. It contains official government notices and news items, and dates back to the 1660s

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Stories from Puppyland

Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Stories from Puppyland. Mr Terrier, proud father of ten puppies, smokes his pipe and reads his newspaper. Date: 1904

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Advertisement for the Daily Mail newspaper

Advertisement for the Daily Mail newspaper, superimposed on a black and white photograph of a busy street. early 20th century

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Alexander Russel - 2

Alexander Russel - 2
ALEXANDER RUSSEL editor of the Scotsman newspaper. Date: 1814 - 1876

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Alec ( Sir Affable ) Knowles - Theatrical Journalist

Alec ( Sir Affable ) Knowles - Theatrical Journalist
Alec (" Sir Affable" ) Knowles (1851-1917) - Theatrical Journalist and member of Londons notorious Pelican Club

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Le Petit Journal, French daily newspaper with weekly illustrated colour supplement

Le Petit Journal, French daily newspaper with weekly illustrated colour supplement - newspaper boy. Date: early 20th century

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Old man comforting crying woman, 1903

Old man comforting crying woman, 1903
Painting by Louisa Starr Canziani (1845 - 1909) depicting an elderly man comforting a crying young woman after seemingly having read a devastating report in a newspaper about an overseas battle

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille

Old man reading newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille
Old man concentrates on reading a newspaper in cafe, Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille, France Date: 1988

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Newspaper seller, Newcastle upon Tyne

Newspaper seller, Newcastle upon Tyne
Newspaper seller at night with copies of The Evening Chronicle in Northumberland Street, Newcastle upon Tyne Date: 1989

Background imageNewspaper Collection: c. 1920s - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers

c. 1920s - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers
Early 20th century vintage press photograph - Tom and Alice obese sideshow performers arriving in Los Angeles. Probably Alice Dunbar

Background imageNewspaper Collection: c. 1920s - Madame Alice fat lady performer

c. 1920s - Madame Alice fat lady performer
Picture captioned Madame Alice - possibly Alice Dunbar, nicknamed Alice from Dallas who worked for Ringling Brothers and Barnum Bailey for nearly 20 years

Background imageNewspaper Collection: Little girl off to the shops with her pet lamb, Epping

Little girl off to the shops with her pet lamb, Epping, 1932



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