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Choose from 60 pictures in our Perry 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.

Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment Featured Print

Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment

The Court-Martial of Lieut. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment, in the Mess Room at Windsor Barracks, August 1854.Coloured lithograph after artist unknown, published by Read and Co, London, 9 Sep 1854.The hierarchical and socially exclusive nature of the early Victorian officer corps was thrown into sharp relief by the court martial of Lieutenant James Edward Perry of the 46th (The South Devonshire) Regiment. The son of a tradesman, Perry had been subject to severe bullying until, losing all restraint, he attacked Lieutenant Thomas Greer with a silver candlestick. Both officers were eventually required to sell their commissions and leave the Army but the proceedings of the court martial exposed the unsavoury atmosphere in at least one officers? mess and generated much adverse publicity. Date: 1854

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Miss Muriel Perry, Soldiers Free Buffet at Victoria Station Featured Print

Miss Muriel Perry, Soldiers Free Buffet at Victoria Station

Miss Muriel Perry, the capable quartermaster of the Sailors' and Soldiers' Free Buffet at Victoria Station during the First World War, where 200, 000 men were fed at a cost of one penny per head. They were given meat sandwiches, cake, tea and fruit. Miss Perry had been working on the buffet since the outbreak of war, first in a small way for Belgian refugees and later on, after a letter in The Times which pointed out that soldiers were returned from leave 'cold and hungry', permission was obtained to feed the soldiers from the front and travelling from one camp to another. The buffet costs 1000 per month, and was supported by voluntary subscriptions and had no paid labour. The honorary treasurer was Mrs Douglas McGarel Hogg. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

LCC-MFB Perry Vale fire station, SE London Featured Print

LCC-MFB Perry Vale fire station, SE London

Built by the London County Council, Perry Vale fire station was located at 199 Perry Vale SE23, which at the start of the 20th century was considered to be the suburbs of the London County Council area, as can been seen by the woodlands and open space around the building. It was closed in 1972 with the opening of the Forest Hill fire station, which replaced it.

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library