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Images Dated 5th January 2016

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Parents with a howling baby at night Featured 5 Jan 2016 Print

Parents with a howling baby at night

Eighteenth or early nineteenth century parents experiencing the joys of a howling baby in the night. Father paces the floor with the baby in his arms while mother offers advice from the comfort of a cosy bed.Perhaps the child has colic! From "The Comic Almanack for 1839: An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, containing All Things Fitting For Such a Work by Rigdum Funnidos, Gent." Illustrations by George Cruikshank. Published by Charles Tilt, London, in 1838

© Linda Steward

Wat Chang Lom, Si Satchanalai Chalieng Historical Park Featured 5 Jan 2016 Print

Wat Chang Lom, Si Satchanalai Chalieng Historical Park

Wat Chang Lom, Si Satchanalai Chalieng Historical Park, Sukothai Province, Thailand, Asia

© wiratgasem

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Postcard of Wanstead Park Featured 5 Jan 2016 Print

Postcard of Wanstead Park

Postcard from 1910 with various views of Wanstead Park. Part of Epping Forest, Wanstead Park is situated in Wanstead, in North East London and was originally the grounds for one of the country's finest stately homes, Wanstead House. The house was demolished in 1824 and the grounds were transformed into a 140 acre municipal park under the auspices of the Corporation of London in 1882. Today, it is Grade II listed and a few original features from the landscaped gardens remain such as the Grotto (pictured top left).
1910

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