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Images Dated 2009 March

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Choose from 301 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 March 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.


Temple Bar, London, 1805.Artist: Busby Featured March Print

Temple Bar, London, 1805.Artist: Busby

Temple Bar, London, 1805. The Temple Bar stood at the junction of Fleet Street and The Strand and marked the western boundary of the City of London. The gate was rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in the 1670s. It was moved in 1878 in the interest of road widening in and re-erected two years later as the gate to Theobalds Park, the home of the brewer Henry Meux in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. In 2004 it was brought back to London as part of the Paternoster Square redevelopment

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Papworth, Ernest Terah Hooley, British financier, 1896.Artist: Spy Featured March Print

Papworth, Ernest Terah Hooley, British financier, 1896.Artist: Spy

Papworth, Ernest Terah Hooley, British financier, 1896. Pictured here in riding clothes, Hooley (1859-1947) was a wealthy entrepreneur and owner of the Papworth estate in Cambridgeshire. He earned a fortune from his involvement in the flotation of several household British business names, including Dunlop, Bovril and Schweppes. He was also a fraudster who served two prison sentences and apparently died penniless. A print from Vanity Fair, December 17th 1896

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Soldier and Correspondent, Colonel Francis William Rhodes DSO, 1899.Artist: Spy Featured March Print

Soldier and Correspondent, Colonel Francis William Rhodes DSO, 1899.Artist: Spy

Soldier and Correspondent, Colonel Francis William Rhodes DSO, 1899. The brother of Cecil Rhodes, Francis William Rhodes distinguishe himself on the expedition to the Sudan that failed to save General Gordon. In 1898 he joined Field Marshal Earl Kitchener's Nile Expedition as correspondent for The Times and was wounded at the Battle of Omdurman. He was present at the Siege of Ladysmith and the relief of Mafeking in the Second Boer War. A print from Vanity Fair, June 8th 1899

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