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Thomas Fall

The name Thomas Fall is synonymous with the highest quality photographs of pedigree dogs and for almost a century he was connected with the top kennels of the country and even gained a Royal Warrant for photographing the dogs of the royal family. His unique collection of images is owned by, and housed at, Mary Evans Picture Library and was a personal favourite of Mary Evans herself.

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Florilegius Collection

Extensive collection of botanical illustrations and early historical prints covering a wide range of subjects from fashions to people.

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The Estate of Charles Folkard

Beautiful illustrations from an illustrator of well-loved books for children and many other popular book titles from Pinocchio to Shakespeare.

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Ros Fraser Collection

Family life on board and around a boat, most taken while the boat was moored in the Norfolk Broads in East Anglia in the 1930s.

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Sigmund Freud Copyrights

A comprehensive archive covering the history of neurologist Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis.

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Francis Frith Collection

Topographical imagery from this famous UK postcard publisher who set out to create accurate photographs of as many cities, towns and villages of the British Isles as possible and sell copies of the images to the public.

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John Frost Newspapers

An incredible resource of original newspapers and press cuttings from the UK and abroad, covering major and minor news events from the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the present day.

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The Pete Frost Collection

A wide variety of subjects from the first half of the twentieth century, including suffragettes at Downing Street; the National Railway Strike of 1911; the wreck of the first British rigid airship, the Mayfly; and the run on the National Penny Bank in East London at the start of World War One.

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Mark Furness Collection

An eclectic collection of illustrations and photographs across a wide range of subjects.

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