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Twenty Gallery

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Choose from 151 pictures in our Twenty 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.


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Giant Ferris Wheel, Earl's Court

Construction work began on the wheel in March 1894 and it was opened to passengers in July 1895. It had a diameter of 300ft, weighed 1, 100 tons and a complete revolution took around twenty minutes. The wheel got stuck in May 1896 when passengers were stranded for four and a half-hours. It was demolished in 1906-7 because it was no longer profitable. Date: 1900

© Mary Evans Picture Library / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

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The four Rips; or, twenty years behind the age

The four Rips; or, twenty years behind the age. Illustration shows Uncle Sam seated at a table in front of Uncle Sam's Inter-State Market with a businessman labeled Northern Capital on the right and an agricultural producer labeled Southern Goods - Cotton, Sugar, Tobacco, Whiskey on the left. Standing before the table are James G. Blaine labeled Bloody Shirt, John Sherman, Whitelaw Reid, and Joseph B. Foraker, who all have long flowing hair and beards like Rip Van Winkle; Blaine is leaning on a rifle labeled Shot Gun. Two young African American men are sitting on a bale of cotton and a keg of Tobacco in the lower right corner and in the middle ground African Americans are harvesting cotton. In the background, along the shores of a harbor, is a prosperous city. Date 1885 September 16. The four Rips; or, twenty years behind the age. Illustration shows Uncle Sam seated at a table in front of Uncle Sam's Inter-State Market with a businessman labeled Northern Capital on the right and an agricultural producer labeled Southern Goods - Cotton, Sugar, Tobacco, Whiskey on the left. Standing before the table are James G. Blaine labeled Bloody Shirt, John Sherman, Whitelaw Reid, and Joseph B. Foraker, who all have long flowing hair and beards like Rip Van Winkle; Blaine is leaning on a rifle labeled Shot Gun. Two young African American men are sitting on a bale of cotton and a keg of Tobacco in the lower right corner and in the middle ground African Americans are harvesting cotton. In the background, along the shores of a harbor, is a prosperous city. Date 1885 September 16. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

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Twenty-five years after

Twenty-five years after. Illustration shows a bloated bull dog wearing a collar labeled Monopoly controlling a food trough as five emaciated dogs wait for an opportunity to eat. An insert labeled The Mania for Monopoly reprinted (from Puck, October 10, 1883) shows Business as it once was where all dogs ate from the trough at the same time, As it is when it became a dog-eat-dog business environment, and As it will be if something is not done pretty soon where one dog controls access to the trough or business market. Date 1908 July 29. Twenty-five years after. Illustration shows a bloated bull dog wearing a collar labeled Monopoly controlling a food trough as five emaciated dogs wait for an opportunity to eat. An insert labeled The Mania for Monopoly reprinted (from Puck, October 10, 1883) shows Business as it once was where all dogs ate from the trough at the same time, As it is when it became a dog-eat-dog business environment, and As it will be if something is not done pretty soon where one dog controls access to the trough or business market. Date 1908 July 29. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress