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Choose from 30 pictures in our Staging collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Jacks Saloon, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Arkansas
Jacks Saloon, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Arkansas
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Reginald Denny - American actor
Reginald Denny - American actor
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Life of William Tell - Open-air performance - Switzerland
Life of William Tell - Open-air performance - Switzerland
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Stage effects at Covent Garden for Das Rheingold
Stage effects at Covent Garden for Das Rheingold
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Fire Curtain - Shakespeare Theatre - Stratford-upon-Avon
Fire Curtain - Shakespeare Theatre - Stratford-upon-Avon
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Chinese Theatrical Troupe
Chinese Theatrical Troupe
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Chinese Actors holding up masks, a rake and a broom
Chinese Actors holding up masks, a rake and a broom
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Chinese Actresses taking part in a traditional play
Chinese Actresses taking part in a traditional play
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Crocus Garden 1904
Crocus Garden 1904
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Arts League of Service Travelling Theatre - En Bateau
Arts League of Service Travelling Theatre - En Bateau
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Alexander Oumansky (1926)
Alexander Oumansky (1926)
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Suffragette Play Votes for Women
Suffragette Play Votes for Women
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Jacks Saloon, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Arkansas Featured Image

Jacks Saloon, Happy Hollow, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Jack's Sallon Bar at Happy Hollow. An "amusement park" of sorts, Happy Hollow was established in the late 1880s or early 1890s by Norman McLeod off Central Avenue on what is now Fountain Street. Mr. McLeod also delighted many with his photography skills. Nearly everyone who has family that lived near Hot Springs in the early 1900s has one or more photographs taken there. The park was best known for its humorous photographs. Happy Hollows visitors could have their pictures made in an old bathtub, riding on the back of a burro, or taking a drink at the bar (as seen here with a multitude of humorous signs!), which contributed to Arkansass hillbilly image. Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Stage illusions
Stage illusions
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Japanese Geisha Ensemble with Musical Instruments
Japanese Geisha Ensemble with Musical Instruments
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Quimperle - An Ancient Stage Hotel
Quimperle - An Ancient Stage Hotel
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Lebanon - Dervish Centre and Mosque
Lebanon - Dervish Centre and Mosque
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Sangers Circus parade, Haverfordwest, South Wales
Sangers Circus parade, Haverfordwest, South Wales
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Feed the Guns Campaign - War Bonds
Feed the Guns Campaign - War Bonds
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Napoleon at Ball
Napoleon at Ball
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Soviet Protected
Soviet Protected
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Travelling Players
Travelling Players
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American Stagecoach
American Stagecoach
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Menai Tubular Bridge
Menai Tubular Bridge
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Man-Made Satellite
Man-Made Satellite
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Feed the Guns Campaign - War Bonds Featured Image

Feed the Guns Campaign - War Bonds

A Feed the Guns campaign week to attract the populace in Britain to buy War Bonds to help "End the War". Separate campaigns of special weeks were " led off " by spectacular displays in Trafalgar Square, London, which was transformed for each occasion into something resembling a huge circus. Tanks or guns, as the case might be, were " parked " and surrounded with skilfully built imitation trenches and entanglements; barriers and huts were erected, painted scenery was provided to form a background, giant posters almost hid the facades of the National Gallery and the buildings surrounding the Square, and hundreds of thousands of people were attracted of a class which could probably not have been reached by any other form of appeal. Vast business was done during these Trafalgar Square weeks, sums running into many millions being invested during each. So great was the enthusiasm roused that some business firms actually marched down their employees with bands and flying flags to make their purchases of bonds during the prevailing excitement

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Suppressing the Sioux
Suppressing the Sioux
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Ballet Dancer Robert Helpmann as Hamlet
Ballet Dancer Robert Helpmann as Hamlet
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The Blue Moon by Harold Ellis
The Blue Moon by Harold Ellis
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The Victoria Pier, Hull, Humberside
The Victoria Pier, Hull, Humberside
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Harland & Wolff Collection - National Museums NI
Harland & Wolff Collection - National Museums NI
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Westminster Bridge
Westminster Bridge
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