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Choose from 11,072 pictures in our 1920s collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Curious little colliery to carry on during the strike Little colliery in Bilston Staffordshire Featured 1920s Print

Curious little colliery to carry on during the strike Little colliery in Bilston Staffordshire

Curious little colliery to carry on during the strike
Little colliery in Bilston Staffordshire. It has been sunk to a depth of 30 feet to tap the coal seam which rises to within a few yards of the street
18 October 1920

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20th Century, Black And White, Central News, Coal Crisis, Europeana Photography, Mine Mining Miner, Monochrome

At Waldershare Park near Deal in Kent ; left to right ; Major Wykeham Musgrave Featured 1920s Print

At Waldershare Park near Deal in Kent ; left to right ; Major Wykeham Musgrave

At Waldershare Park near Deal in Kent ; left to right ; Major Wykeham Musgrave, M C, Mr V Hardwicke, Mr J J Pawson, Mrs Flower, Lord North, Countess Guilford, Hon Charles North, Lady Cynthia North, Mr Flower, Lord Guilford, Dowager Lady Guilford, Hon John North, Lady Muriel North, Miss Bushby and Miss Maybury
27 February 1924

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Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey. Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice Featured 1920s Print

Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey. Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice

Dicing for Maids Money at Guildford, Surrey.
Miss Ruth Claxton throwing the winning dice ( and taking the smaller amount ). Beside her is Miss Elizabeth Mary Dorey, the loser ( who takes larger amount ) Two maids are short - listed to throw dice and the one with the highest score gets the cash ; another local charity fund is used for the consolation prize and because this charity has performed better in terms of earnings over the years, the runner - up gets more money than the winner.
Also seen is Mr Gatton Swayne, the chairman.
28 January 1926

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