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Women's History Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 57 pictures in our Women's History 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Historic England.


Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839 Featured Women's History Print

Post Lady, Kerrier, Cornwall, 1901 BB98_01839

This woman, working as a post lady, is emptying a post box at an unidentified location in Kerrier, Cornwall. Although it was relatively unusual for women to hold positions such as this at the time, it was not unknown, and many women were starting to campaign for equality through movements such as the suffragettes. Women over 21 achieved the vote in 1928, 27 years after this picture was taken. Photographed by Alfred Newton and Son, 1901

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Queen Victoria and family 1884 M950877 Featured Women's History Print

Queen Victoria and family 1884 M950877

OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Photograph from a Royal Family album. Balmoral 1884.
Seated (left to right) - on the ground, Princess Marie of Edinburgh (1875-1938), a grand child of Queen Victoria; Queen Victoria (1819-1901); Princess Victoria, the Princess Royal and Crown Princess of Prussia (1840-1901), Queen Victoria's eldest child.
Standing (left to right) - Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh (1878-1942), a grand daughter of Queen Victoria; Princess Victoria Melita of Edinburgh (1876-1936), a grand daughter of Queen Victoria; Duchess of Edinburgh (1853-1920), daughter-in-law of Queen Victoria and mother to the 3 small Princesses; Princess Victoria of Prussia (1866-1929), grand daughter of Queen Victoria; Princess Beatrice (1857-1944), Queen Victoria's youngest child

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Italian Hospital, London 1903 BL17920_011 Featured Women's History Print

Italian Hospital, London 1903 BL17920_011

ITALIAN HOSPITAL, Holborn, London. Interior view of a ward at the Italian Hospital with a young boy resting in his bed and a nurse in a distinctive uniform. Founded in 1884, the Italian Hospital (also known as the Ospidale Italiano) was established for the benefit of sick Italians living in London who were unable to pay for their own health care. This hospital was designed by architect Thomas W Cutler and built in 1898-9 on Queen Square. Photographed in 1903 by Harry Bedford Lemere

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