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Choose from 522 pictures in our Jane 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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Mary Jane Clarke W.S.P.U

Mary Jane Clarke W.S.P.U. Mary Jane Clarke, (1863-1910) Younger sister of Emmeline Pankhurst. In 1909, she was organiser for the W.S.P.U, living in Brighton, a year later, running the organisations General Election campaign. She took part in the 'Black Friday' deputation of November 18th 1910, was arrested and imprisoned, she died a few days after her release on Christmas day. Date: circa 1910

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

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Television - Neighbours Cast Portrait - Dorchester Hotel - London

The cast of the Australian soap opera 'Neighbours' settling in at the Dorchester Hotel in London after they jetted in to appear in the Royal Variety Show. (Front, l-r) Annie Jones (Jane) and Stefan Dennis (Paul). (Middle, l-r) Craig McLachlan (Henry), Anne Charleston (Madge), Anne Haddy (Helen) and Elaine Smith (Daphne). (Back, l-r) Paul Keane (Des), Fiona Corke (Gail), Ian Smith (Harold) and Alan Dale (Jim).

© PA/Press Association Images

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Alison Jane Hargreaves - British mountain climber

"Alison Jane Hargreaves 1962 - 1995 was a British mountain climber. Her accomplishments included scaling Mount Everest alone, without supplementary oxygen or support from a Sherpa team, in 1995. She soloed all the great north faces of the Alps in a single season-a first for any climber. This feat included climbing the difficult north face of the Eiger in the Alps, in 1988. Hargreaves also climbed 6,812-metre (22,349 ft) Ama Dablam in Nepal.In 1995, Hargreaves intended to climb the three highest mountains in the world-Mount Everest, K2, and Kangchenjunga-unaided. On 13 May 1995, she reached the summit of Everest without the aid of Sherpas or bottled oxygen; on 13 August, she died while descending from the summit of K2" Date: 1992

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library