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Images Dated 17th February 2017

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Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

Young woman, Madresfield, Worcestershire, WW1

Young woman (Lucy Auerbach) at an open-air swimming pool in the village of Madresfield, near Malvern, Worcestershire, where she spent three months doing agricultural and dairy work during the First World War. Date: 1915

© The Patricia Aubrey Collection / Mary Evans

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Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

Belgian war orphans with Father Syoens WWI

Group photograph of Belgian war orphan children brought to Detroit, U.S.A during World War One. Father Syoens, pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows, Roman Catholic Church, went to Eastern Flanders on a mission of mercy and brought back 116 Belgian war orphans. The children shown in the photograph at the immigration station were placed with families already established in the area and settled on Detroit.
August 1915

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Featured 17 Feb 2017 Print

Wreck of the Idun, Southwold, by Reg Carter

Wreck of the Idun, Southwold, 17 January 1912, by Reg Carter (1886-1949), freelance commercial artist based in Southwold, Suffolk, where he had his studio in the High Street. The Idun was a three-masted Norwegian barque which was blown onto the sandbanks. The bright light in the sky is a line being fired by the coastguard's rocket crew, to try to haul the ship to shore. Sadly the ship could not be saved, but the crew were rescued. Date: 1912

© The Patricia Aubrey Collection / Mary Evans