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Images Dated 2019 May

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Choose from 731 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 May 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.


Coverack's new lifeboat, 1954 Featured May Print

Coverack's new lifeboat, 1954

Coverack's new lifeboat, William Taylor of Oldham, being hauled up the slipway on 24th July 1954. It cost 25,000 to build. Cornwall. Date: 1954

1950s, 1954, 24th, Boat, Cornwall, Coverack, Coveracks, Hauled, July, Lifeboat, Lifeboats, May19, New, Oldham, Slipway, Taylor, Transport, William

Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford Featured May Print

Injured soldiers, WW1, 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford

Injured soldiers - WW1 - No. 1003 Cowley Section - 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford. The importance of light and fresh air in aiding recovery was very prevalent in medical thinking at this time, hence the outdoor booths/bays and wheeled beds enabling the patients to be wheeled out into the sunlight to receive a hearty top-up of Vitamin D. Date: circa 1916

Jesse Window - Dorchester Abbey, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxon Featured May Print

Jesse Window - Dorchester Abbey, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxon

Jesse Window - Dorchester Abbey, High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.. The window on the north wall of the chancel is a Tree of Jesse, a unique form of multi-media combining tracery, sculpture and stained glass (all 14th century in date) in a single theme. The scene shows how Christ was descended from King Davids ancestor Jesse, the surprisingly natural figure apparently slumbering on the windowsill at the foot of the tree. The figure of Christ at the top was severely damaged in Cromwellian times. Date: 1934