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Choose from 101 pictures in our Crippled 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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John Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls Mission

John Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls Mission. Blind and Crippled Girls making artificial flowers. John Groom's vision for orphaned and disabled girls and women to find a way to support themselves has had a lasting legacy, with a network of care homes around the country. John Groom (1845-1919) (pictured centre) set up his first mission in 1866 at the age of 21 for girls and women who needed shelter, a regular meal and a way of earning some money. Date: 1907

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10527787

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Workroom at Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls' Mission

Blind, Maimed and Crippled Girls at making artificial flowers at John Groom's Crippleage and Flower Girls' Mission. Groom, a London engraver and evangelical preacher, was concerned for poor and often disabled flower-sellers and in 1866 set up the Watercress and Flower Girls? Christian Mission, later based at Hendon and Clacton. Date: Date unknown

© Mary Evans/Peter Higginbotham Collection

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Of ryches unprofytable, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English translation

XJF486409 Of ryches unprofytable, illustration from Alexander Barclay's English translation of 'The Ship of Fools', from an edition published in 1874 (engraving) by German School, (15th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Alexander Barclay (c.1476-1552) Scottish born English poet, translated Sebastian Brandt's (1457-1521) Das Narrenschiff, as 'The Ship of Fools' in 1509. Image is a facsimile of the original German woodcut of 1497 and shows a fool hoarding his riches, with a beggar sitting in the street outside his door. The foolishness of hoarding your money when your neighbours are in need, as you may need their help in the future.); German, out of copyright

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