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Images Dated 4th August 2015

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Kiss of the Oceans - Atlantic meets Pacific - Panama Canal Featured 4 Aug 2015 Print

Kiss of the Oceans - Atlantic meets Pacific - Panama Canal

The Kiss of the Oceans - The Atlantic meets the Pacific due to the construction of The Panama Canal - A lovely allegorical card relating to this phenomenal engineering project, also bearing full statistics including length, width and cost of the project. Likely to date from the opening of the canal in 1914. Date: circa 1914

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH Featured 4 Aug 2015 Print

Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH

A suffragette board game called Pank-A-Squith which was first advertised in the pages of Votes for Women, October 1909. It was described as a highly artistic TABLE GAME that helps to spread the movement. A suffragette tries to get from her home to the Houses of Parliament facing a series of challenges and various incidents. There are 50 squares, each having a detailed and colourful vignette, showing 10 Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park Demonstrations, Bow St. Court, Queen's Hall, Clements Inn, Mrs. Pankhurst, Inspector Jarvis, Prime Minister Asquith, Tax Resistance, The Suffragette Dreadnought, Hunger Strikers, Holloway Prison and the forging of suffragette brand handcuffs. There are six metal suffragette figures with sashes and scrolls. The base of the board is of purple, white and green stripes. Date: 1909

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire Featured 4 Aug 2015 Print

Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire

Reconstruction (after J. Britton) of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire - The Great stone circle, it is said, was approached by two avenues of 200 stones each, which took a sinuous course south-east and south-west and represented a snake transmitted through a circle. Stukeley put its foundation at 1859 BC, the year of the death of Sarah, Abraham's wife (!!). The present village of Avebury has grown up amidst the stones of his ancient temple'. (caption text taken from the card itself) Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection