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Choose from 260 pictures in our 00032 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


The Institute of Directors annual conference at the Albert Hall Featured 00032 Print

The Institute of Directors annual conference at the Albert Hall

The Institute of Directors annual conference at the Albert Hall, more improperly known as The Picnic from the practice of serving lunch in picnic boxes to the 3,000 odd, directors who attend, was addressed today by such diverse speakers as Barbara Castle, Ronald Reagan, Gov of California, Ian McLeod and John Betjeman. Walter Annerberge, U.S. ambassador in Britain, smiles in the background as Mrs. Reagan gets a hug from her husband, Gov. Ronald Reagan after his speech. November 1969 Z10722-010

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Dogs animals humor religion: 'Shadow' the Alsatian follows her master - parish Featured 00032 Print

Dogs animals humor religion: "Shadow" the Alsatian follows her master - parish

Dogs animals humor religion: "Shadow" the Alsatian follows her master - parish priest Dom Edmund Jones - everywhere he goes, even when he says mass at the Church of Christ the king, Cockfosters, Shadow is right there behind him. She follows her master into the church and lies quietly at the foot of the sanctuary steps below the altar and is right behind him when the service is over. Dom Edmund has even had special requests that the dog be invited to wedding services, and the children go to church to see the dog. After the service, Shadow follows his master Dom Edmund back along the aisle. November 1969 Z10753-001

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Two expert spinners and knitters are on their first ever visit to London Featured 00032 Print

Two expert spinners and knitters are on their first ever visit to London

Two expert spinners and knitters are on their first ever visit to London, where they are spending two weeks showing Londoners how to spin and knit some-thing large, yet so fine that it can be pulled through a wedding ring. The experts are two housewives, Mrs. Jean Nicholson (57) and Mrs. Catherine Priest (55) both of whom live in Crofts in the Northern Shetland Islands. today they were showing how they make the cobweb-like shawls, which take them both six months to complete, every thread is 2-ply spun from Shetland sheep of fine wool. they work every evening in their crofts both spinning and weaving the cobweb-like yarn. At the Ceylon Tea Centre in Regent Street, they were demonstrating their art, and on display were many examples of Scottish craftsmanship offering a very wide range of ideal and unique Christmas gifts. November 1969 Z10866-001

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