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Images Dated 3rd August 2018

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Statue of Athena Parthenos Featured 3 Aug 2018 Print

Statue of Athena Parthenos

Vintage engraving of the Varvakeion Athena a Roman-era statue of Athena Parthenos. It is generally considered to be the most faithful reproduction of the chryselephantine statue made by Phidias and his assistants, which once stood in the Parthenon

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St Albans, c1910 Featured 3 Aug 2018 Print

St Albans, c1910

St Albans, c1910. The Abbey. Founded in honour of England's Proto-martyr, A.D. 796. Straw plaiting. Boots. Shoes. Population, 18, 130'. Card from The Counties of England - A Geographical Game. 3rd Series. [Jaques & Son, Ltd., London]

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images

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Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk Featured 3 Aug 2018 Print

Manchester, Lancashire - Whitsuntide Walk

Princess Street walkers - Whitsuntide Walk, Manchester, Lancashire. The earliest known "Walks" can be traced to Manchester around 1800. Walking Days or Whit Walks as they became known sprang out of the Sunday School movement first pioneered in 1784. The idea behind this movement was to free the children: "Who worked under wretched conditions during the week in the manufacturies... were on Sunday allowed to run wild and free from all restraint." Date: circa 1904

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection