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Queen Mary, University of London: Clement Attlee delivers a speech, during the General Election Campaign, 1945. Donald Chesworth collection. Copyright QMUL
World Rugby Museum, Twickenham: Signing rugby ball. Copyright Rugby Football Union
King's College London College Archives: St Mary's Church, outside King's College London
Wellcome Library: Men bearing a wounded man on a stretcher
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Mosquito box in which malaria infected mosquitoes were sent from Rome to London in 1901. (Ref: PL 48)
Royal Albert Hall Archive: Poster for the Official Opening of the Royal Albert Hall,1871
London Metropolitan Archives: Interior of Victorian sewer, photographed in 1939. From the London Metropolitan Archives Photograph Library. Ref SC/PHL/02/ 0499. Copyright City of London: London Metropolitan Archives. Not to be reused without permission.
University of the Arts London: London College of Communication: Costume design for Mask of Orpheus from Jocelyn Herbert Archive.
BT Archives: Memorandum on Alexander Graham Bell's patent by William Preece (from POST 30/330).
Queen Mary, University of London: Original Westfield staff, 1888. Pictured here are: (back row left to right), Anne Richardson, Constance Maynard, Mable Beloe, (front row left to right) Caroline Willoughby, and Frances Ralph Gray. Westfield College collection. Copyright QMUL.
Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives, King's College London: Sir Michael Howard Reading Room
Wellcome Library: Sequah's Annual, 1890
World Rugby Museum, Twickenham: Twickenham Rugby Ground. Copyright Rugby Football Union
London Metropolitan Archives: Working horse in Epping Forest, with lopped branches on sleigh accompanied by Jack Love the horseman. Copyright: City of London, London Metropolitan Archives. Not to be reused without permission.
Wellcome Library: Interior of a field hospital- Portland Hospital- with patients during the Boer War in South Africa, c 1900