Tag Archives: 1910’s

1910: Definition

Eervar; the last pig in a litter. This bonnive [sucking-pig] being usually very small and hard to keep alive is often given to one of the children for a pet; and it is reared in great comfort in a warm … Continue reading

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1913: St. Bride

John Duncan: St. Bride (1913) St. Brigid of Kildare (c. 451 – 525) is said to have been carried by angels from Iona, a small island in the Hebrides, to Bethlehem (and back in time) to serve as a midwife … Continue reading

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1915: Help the Furrier Strikers

Happy May Day!

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1912: Many-Headed

   Demons associated with astrological signs—from a Persian manuscript on magic and astrology, 1912.

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1918: Bursting Shell

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson: Bursting Shell (1915)

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1918: Steel Works

Charles John Holmes: A Two-Year-Old Steel Works: Erected during the War for Messrs. Steel, Peech & Tozer, Ltd, Phoenix Works, Rotherham (c. 1918)

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1919: Park

Ivan Fedorovich Choultse: Park in Neskuchnoye (1919)

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