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Images Dated 2010 March

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Choose from 294 pictures in our Images Dated 2010 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.


Featured March Print

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Artist: Anon

Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky, Russian author and founder of Theosophy, 1889. Helena Blavatsky (nee Hahn) (1831-1891) emigrated from Russia to New York in 1873. Two years later she co-founded the Theosophical Society with Henry Olcott and William Quan Judge. Theosophy is a mystical religious doctrine that postulates that all religions are attempts by a 'Spiritual Hierarchy' to assist humanity to evolve to a state of greater perfection, and that each individual religion therefore posseses a part of the overall truth

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Featured March Print

'Telegraphs', 1871.Artist: Coide

'Telegraphs', 1871. A caricature of John Pender (1815-1896), British pioneer of submarine telegraphy. In 1852, Pender became a director of the Atlantic Telegraph Company and in 1864 he formed the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company (Telcon). The following year he was elected Liberal MP for Totnes, Devon, and co-founded the Anglo-American Telegraph Company to lay the new Atlantic cable. In 1869, his British Indian Submarine Telegraph Company laid an all-undersea cable to India, and in 1872 he formed the Eastern Telegraph Company, of which he was chairman until his death. A print fromVanity Fair, 28 October 1871

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Featured March Print

'The Nonconformist', 1871. Artist: Carlo Pellegrini

'The Nonconformist', 1871. Edward Miall, MP (1809-1881), British Liberal politician. Miall was a nonconformist and an advocate of the disestablishment of the Church of England. He was the author of The British Churches in Relation to the British People (1849), a book which was highly critical of the Church of England, accusing it of a lack of relevance to the lives of the great mass of British working people. In it he described three-quarters of ministers as ignorant and schooled in corruption and worldliness. He A print from Vanity Fair, 29 July 1971

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