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Hereford Bull & Cow 1912
Hereford Bull & Cow 1912
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Women outdoors 1881
Women outdoors 1881
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Moroccan Woman of the Mountains
Moroccan Woman of the Mountains
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Kuwait - The Main Street of the Kuwait City
Kuwait - The Main Street of the Kuwait City
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Street scene with shops, Crickhowell, Powys, Mid Wales
Street scene with shops, Crickhowell, Powys, Mid Wales
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Lady and Blossom 1925
Lady and Blossom 1925
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Hoffmann/Suck-A-Thumb
Hoffmann/Suck-A-Thumb
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Two Horses and a Dachshund family
Two Horses and a Dachshund family
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Hoffmann/Johnny Head-Air
Hoffmann/Johnny Head-Air
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Tomando Mate - Argentina
Tomando Mate - Argentina
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Hat Wireless 1930S
Hat Wireless 1930S
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Surgery Cures Stupidity
Surgery Cures Stupidity
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Tomando Mate - Argentina Featured Print

Tomando Mate - Argentina

Gaucho taking mate in Argentina. Tomando mate or "taking mate," is a cultural practice, which refers literally to drinking a semi-bitter herbal infusion of crushed yerba mate leaves in hot water. One takes mate by putting the loose, crushed leaves in a mate gourd, pouring hot water (about 2 ounces at a time) over the leaves, and using a bombilla, or a metal straw with a strainer on the end to separate the water from the leaves, to drink the beverage. Few Argentines like tomando mate alone, however. This is an intensely social activity, and one person holds the thermos, pours new water into the gourd and passes it to each person in turn

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Hoffmann/Man Shooting
Hoffmann/Man Shooting
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Hoffmann/Inky Boys/Story
Hoffmann/Inky Boys/Story
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Hoffmann/Shock/Head/Pete
Hoffmann/Shock/Head/Pete
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Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption
Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption
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Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D'Oyly Carte
Retro poster, Gilbert & Sullivan, D'Oyly Carte
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Geisha girls at the seaside, Japan
Geisha girls at the seaside, Japan
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Potato Clamp
Potato Clamp
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Swedish Church Mission, Mnene, Southern Rhodesia
Swedish Church Mission, Mnene, Southern Rhodesia
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Amanzimtoti River, Natal Province, South Africa
Amanzimtoti River, Natal Province, South Africa
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Mussolini Yachting
Mussolini Yachting
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Cooling Her Heels! By Dorothy M. Morgan
Cooling Her Heels! By Dorothy M. Morgan
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Tatler front cover, June 1960
Tatler front cover, June 1960
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Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption Featured Print

Saucy and silly seaside postcard with cheeky caption

A Young man heads out to sea in a small rowing boat named the Saucy Sue - she instructs him: "Mind you don't goo too far, Darling!!" Saucy and silly seaside postcard with a deliciously cheeky caption. Date: 1912

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1910s, 1912, Beau, Behaved, Behaviour, Boat, Boater, Boating, Chap, Cheeky, Couple, Dont, Gent, Girl, Good, Heading, Heads, Historical, History, Holiday, Holidaymakers, Hopeful, Ideas, Love, Lust, Naughty, Pleasure, Propriety, Romance, Romantic, Row, Rowing, Rows, Saucy, Sea, Straw, Sue, Suggestive, Surf, Taking, Warning, Wave, Waves, Young

Straw-Plaiting
Straw-Plaiting
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LCC-LFB Islington fire station stables
LCC-LFB Islington fire station stables
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Lord Brooke, later 6th Earl of Warwick
Lord Brooke, later 6th Earl of Warwick
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First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle
First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle
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School Milk 1960S
School Milk 1960S
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Bargate Below Bar, Southampton, Hampshire
Bargate Below Bar, Southampton, Hampshire
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Advert for Asprey for the races 1937
Advert for Asprey for the races 1937
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Japanese Geisha playing a Traditional Shamisen
Japanese Geisha playing a Traditional Shamisen
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Madimba - Congo - Pipe-smoking lady
Madimba - Congo - Pipe-smoking lady
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A woman of the Auvergne collecting walnuts
A woman of the Auvergne collecting walnuts
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Sister and brother with hoop and stick
Sister and brother with hoop and stick
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Two Horses in the stable with puppies
Two Horses in the stable with puppies
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First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle Featured Print

First airmail letter delivered, Windsor Castle

The first airmail letter ever to be delivered is handed to the Postmaster of Windsor, to whom it is addressed, on the East Lawn of Windsor Castle. The aviator Gustav Hamel, who flew from Hendon to Windsor on the very first airmail flight, is standing bareheaded just behind the postman and his bicycle. The Mayor of Windsor, Sir Frederick Dyson, stands smiling in a top hat. The first aerial mail service took place on 9 September 1911 from Hendon Aerodrome to Windsor and back again, and Hamel was the first pilot to arrive. King George V gave permission for the aeroplanes to land in the grounds of Windsor Castle. During September 1911 the Grahame-White company operated an experimental air mail service for two weeks between Hendon and Windsor. As well commemorating the coronation of King George V, and raising money for charity, the event publicised the possibilities of the aeroplane as a means of transport

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Britannia and Eve magazine, September 1932
Britannia and Eve magazine, September 1932
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Women brickmakers in the Black Country
Women brickmakers in the Black Country
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Making horse tack in a workshop
Making horse tack in a workshop
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Making a posy of summer blooms
Making a posy of summer blooms
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Chanson De Printemps
Chanson De Printemps
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Tatler fashions for July 1930
Tatler fashions for July 1930
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Beach Dress
Beach Dress
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1890S Cycling Ladies
1890S Cycling Ladies
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James Joyce
James Joyce
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Woman Feeds Chickens
Woman Feeds Chickens
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Male Type/Bowness C1850S
Male Type/Bowness C1850S
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Bathing Belle on Pier
Bathing Belle on Pier
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