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Images Dated 22nd September 2016

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Images Dated 22nd September 2016 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 Mary Evans Prints Online.

Featured 22 Sep 2016 Print

Fashionable womens clothing 1913

Women models wearing simple white chiffon tunic frocks with floral edging. (Top hat), is made from straw with a small brim composed of many little roses. (Bottom hat), a smart chapeau, crown of this little hat is made of white corded silk and the edge is formed by a band of rich green. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1913, Brim, Chiffon, Clothes, Clothing, Costume, Dress, Dresses, Edwardian, Embroidered, Fashion, Fashionable, Frock, Frocks, Garment, Garments, Hat, Hats, Outfit, Outfits, Pre, Sash, Straw, Tunic, War, Wear, Wearing, White, Woman, Women

Featured 22 Sep 2016 Print

Umberto Cagni's Polar expedition ship, the Stella Polare

Polar Exploration of Umberto Cagni (1863-1932) of the Royal Italian Navy. He is best known for his leadership in the expedition (by dogsled), which headed northward over the surface of the Arctic Ocean in 1900. While his party failed in their goal of reaching the North Pole, Cagni and his men achieved the northernmost point achieved by exploration up to that time on 25th April 1900. This card shows Cagni's expedition ship, the Stella Polare. Following his Polar achievement, Cagni returned to Italian naval service. He led naval relief efforts in the 1908 Messina earthquake, participated in the colonial conquest of Libya in 1911-1912, served in World War I, retired in 1923 as an admiral, and was named to the Italian Senate!!! Date: 1900

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Featured 22 Sep 2016 Print

Football Thuggery - the nature of the 'real game' at hand

Football Thuggery - the nature of the 'real game' at hand as the players of the opposing sides knock lumps out of each other! This card is a neat comment on a footballing story of more recent times, when (in protest at the ownership of the club by the American Glazer family) some elements of the Manchester United support adopted the original club colours of Gold and Green (Newton Heath) in direct opposition to the red of the modern 'regime'. Date: 1921

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection