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Choose from 400 pictures in our Disabled 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.


Sir William Treloar distributing Christmas gifts Featured Print

Sir William Treloar distributing Christmas gifts

Sir William Purdie Treloar (1843-1923) distributing Christmas gifts to the poor. He began his annual charitable activities in the East End of London by the distribution of Christmas hampers to poor and disabled Jewish children. He was Lord Mayor of London in 1906-1907 and became known as the Children's Lord Mayor, entertaining 1200 children at a banquet at the Guildhall. He built a hospital for disabled children: The Treloar Cripples Hospital and College at Alton, Hampshire, later known as Lord Mayor Treloar Orthopaedic Hospital, and today as Treloar College.
1911

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Nikolai Wassiljewittsch Kobelkoff - Freak Show Star Featured Print

Nikolai Wassiljewittsch Kobelkoff - Freak Show Star

Kobelkoff, Freak show empresario pictured with his family. Nikolai Wassiljewittsch Kobelkoff (1851 - 1933) was born in Wossnesensk, Siberia, Russia. While exhibiting in Austria in 1875, he met Anna Wilfert, a Viennese woman - their public wedding took place in Budapest the same year and they went on to have six children (pictured). With the money he'd accumulated over the years, Kobelkoff was able to buy his own amusement park at Prater, Austria's Coney Island

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SS Umbria, 1893 Featured Print

SS Umbria, 1893

Engraving of the Cunard steamship Umbria'. During a crossing from Queenstown to New York in December 1892, the Umbria's propellor shaft broke and she was disabled, turning a routine trip of a week into an adventure of 13 days. The ship's engineer had to fashion a makeshift propellor shaft, which took several days, as the ship drifted in the Atlantic

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