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Oxford / Merton College
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Oxford / Merton College
Map / Afghanistan C1860S
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Map / Afghanistan C1860S
Maps / Australia 1860S
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Maps / Australia 1860S
Men playing bowls on a lawn
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Men playing bowls on a lawn
Abraham Lincoln
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Abraham Lincoln
Nathan Bedford Forrest
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Nathan Bedford Forrest
Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family Featured Image

Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family

Rules to be Observed by a Victorian Family -- a typical summary of Victorian values, with advice including: Waste Not, Want Not; Do everything at its proper time; Be punctual, be regular, be clean; Rise early, be industrious. With contrasting scenes: The Home of Industry and the Home of Idleness; The Sabbath of Diligence and the Sabbath of Laziness; The Result of Perseverance and the Consequence of Indolence. Date: circa 1860

© The Muriel Dawson Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

PCWR3P-00006
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PCWR3P-00006
Mola mola, or Sunfish
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Mola mola, or Sunfish
George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, on 8 bells, 1863 Featured Image

George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, on 8 bells, 1863

George Morris, the celebrated bell ringer, playing on eight bells at once, in the steeple of St James Clerkenwell, London. The arrangement of the bell ropes are as follows: the first on his right thumb, the second on his left thumb, 3rd left elbow, 4th left hand, 5th left foot, 6th right hand, 7th right elbow, 8th right foot. He later went on to become steeple keeper of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Date: 1863

© Mary Evans Picture Library

EVCW2A-00080
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EVCW2A-00080
Princess Louise
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Princess Louise
Princess Louise Featured Image

Princess Louise

Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939) shown in the late 1860s with a pet dog. Louise was the fourth daughter and sixth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. She married John Campbell, Marquess of Lorne, Duke of Argyll in 1871. She was gifted artist, studying at art school and accepting commissions. Her statue of Queen Victoria stands outside Kensington Palace and she was also responsible for a monument in St. Paul's Cathedral to the dead of the Boer War. Louise was the only child of Queen Victoria to have no family of her own

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10223497

PPRE2A-00072
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PPRE2A-00072
PPRE2A-00097
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PPRE2A-00097
EVCW2A-00109
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EVCW2A-00109
EVCW2A-00100
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EVCW2A-00100
EVCW2A-00019
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