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Choose from 11072 pictures in our 1920s 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.


First woman member of Society of Engineers. For the first time since its formation Featured 1920s Print

First woman member of Society of Engineers. For the first time since its formation

First woman member of Society of Engineers.
For the first time since its formation the Society of Engineers has elected a woman member, Miss Annette Ashberry works manager of Atalanta, Ltd.
Miss Ashberry working a lathe.
2 March 1925

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Black And White, Central News, Europeana Photography, Monochrome, Twentieth Century, Women, Worker

Actress' s Fatal Eyes, Two Women Die of Heart Failure Mlle Hella Moja whose intense Featured 1920s Print

Actress' s Fatal Eyes, Two Women Die of Heart Failure Mlle Hella Moja whose intense

Actress's Fatal Eyes, Two Women Die of Heart Failure
Mlle Hella Moja whose intense acting in a play of horror caused two women in a Budapest, Hungary, audience to die of heart failure. The fatal scene was where Mlle Moja gradually mesmerised a dormitory of school girls and then cut their throats one by one
21 February 1923

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MME Wellington Koo sitting for her portrait to Mr Edmund Dulac at his studio, 117 Featured 1920s Print

MME Wellington Koo sitting for her portrait to Mr Edmund Dulac at his studio, 117

MME Wellington Koo sitting for her portrait to Mr Edmund Dulac at his studio, 117 Ladbroke Road
19 August 1921
Hui-lan Oei was the daughter of Chinese businessman Oei Tiong Ham. Her marriage to Chinese diplomat and politician Vi Kyuin Wellington Koo, was announced in November 1920 whilst Wellington Koo was Chinese Minister to the United States. In early 1921, Vi Kyuin Wellington Koo was appointed the Chinese Minister to Great Britain and they lived in London until June 1946, though they divorced shortly after the Second World War

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