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Teachers Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 108 pictures in our Teachers collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Lowell, Whittier and Emerson Hall, Columbia University Featured Print

Lowell, Whittier and Emerson Hall, Columbia University

The Lowell, Whittier and Emerson Hall of Columbia University at the intersection between 59. 120th St. and Amsterdam Ave. in New York City, USA. The Whittier Hall was used as a home for five hundred women students who attend Teachers Collage and the largest dormitory in the USA. Date: circa 1905

© Mary Evans / Pharcide

120th, 1900s, 1905, 59, Amsterdam, Ave, Avenue, Building, Buildings, City, Collage, Columbia, Dormitory, Education, Educational, Emerson, Hall, Intersection, Lowell, New, Ny, Nyc, St, Street, Students, Teachers, University, Usa, Whittier, Women, York

Pupils from Fretherne House School, 1903 Featured Print

Pupils from Fretherne House School, 1903

Group photograph of pupils at Fretherne House School, a preparatory school based in Welwyn Garden City up until in the Second World War. Pupils pose with a number of teachers - the boys are dressed in clothes typical of the era including sailor suits and Norfolk jackets. Kneeling far left second row is Cuthbert Gasemann, whose album this photograph came from. Date: 1903

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Russian Refugee children / teachers on HMS Marlborough Featured Print

Russian Refugee children / teachers on HMS Marlborough

A number of surviving members of the Russian royal family escaped the country at the end of World War I (after the Revolution) from Yalta, Crimea (still under White Russian control) on HMS Marlborough in April 1919. Some of the ship's guests from the Russian Refugee School at Proli (?) with their Teachers. Date: 1919

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection