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Gyrocopter Beats Traffic
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Gyrocopter Beats Traffic
Cinema, Letchworth
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Cinema, Letchworth
Ration Cards WWII
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Ration Cards WWII
Unceasing stream of pilgrims 1920 Featured Image

Unceasing stream of pilgrims 1920

Two photographs showing the Unknown Warriors coffin which were the remains of a British service personnel who was killed in World War One, laid to rest in Westminster Abbey, London. Once the ceremony was finished, more than 40, 000 pilgrims came from all over the country, to pay their respects, for three days people who had lost their sons, brothers or fathers in WWI queued outside. When Westminster Abbey closed the doors, thousands of people laid wreaths and flowers at Cenotaph monument, two narrow lines were formed going back to Trafalgar Square.
1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Women's exhibition at Earl's Court 1900 Featured Image

Women's exhibition at Earl's Court 1900

Queuing to pay for the Women's Exhibition at Earl's Court, 1900. A man puts his hand in his pocket to pay for his wife and daughters. It is interesting to notice that the "inferior" sex is entirely dispensed with at Earl's Court! Date: 1900

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1900, 1900s, Cartoon, Cartoons, Court, Earls, Exhibition, Exhibitions, Jun19, London, Man, Pay, Paying, Queue, Queuing, Woman, Womans, Women, Womens

Strike / Enrolment / 1926
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Strike / Enrolment / 1926
Princes Theatre
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Princes Theatre
Strand Theatre
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Strand Theatre
Waiting in a queue for the royal courts by Matania Featured Image

Waiting in a queue for the royal courts by Matania

The long line of motor cars queuing on the Mall waiting for the official hour when the debutantes and their society mothers and friends gain access to Buckingham Palace where they will be presented at court. A typical scene during the London Summer season until 1958 (when court presentations were abandoned by the Palace), and a popular spectator sport for Londoners. Date: 1925

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gentlemen prefer blondes
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Gentlemen prefer blondes

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