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Choose from 376 pictures in our Publicity 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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British models bring the London look to Paris, 1966

A group of four British models pose for the camera in Paris in the Boulevard St. Germain, 1966. They had flown over along with Alice Pollack and Ossie Clark of the Quorum boutique and staff from London Life magazine (fashion editor Shuna Harwood and photographer Peter Akehurst) in order to showcase British style and fashions at the opening of a new nightclub, the Gaff. London Life magazine reports that, 'from the time London arrived the scene of the Great Couture was all agog at the girls' skirt lengths and owl sunglasses. Ironic really, that London should show them how!' Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Suffragette In Police Van Women's Parliament

Suffragette In Police Van Women's Parliament. A W.S.P.U 'publicity stunt' ahead of the Women's Parliament at Caxton Hall and the deputation to the Prime Minister Asquith, 24th February 1909. The W.S.P.U went through London's streets in a 'prison van' with the letters 'E.P' (Emmeline Pankhurst) in gold and a 'mock policeman' on the back. Women in prison dress were 'let out' to chalk notices of the Caxton Hall meeting. Date: 1909

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

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Votes for women air balloon, 1909

'Votes for women' more in the air than ever: the suffragettes dirgible for the opening of Parliament. Armed with a megaphone and handbills, Muriel Matters and her air balloon intended to travel above the route of the royal procession for the opening of Parliament. However, the Illustrated London News reported that it was necessary to keep the balloon so high over Westminster that it was almost invisible. Date: 1909

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans