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Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested after protesting near Buckingham Palace. London, England, [1907-1914].

Bess of Hardwick/Elizabeth I: "The Hardwick Portrait", c1599, by Nicholas Hilliard and his workshop was commissioned by Bess of Hardwick. Bess also embroidered the skirt the queen is wearing in the portrait. The elaborate design includes flowers, sea serpents, and dragons. The painting can be viewed still at Hardwick Hall.

The Queen with Prince Charles and Princess Anne

This is the Tunnel of Flowers Walkway in the Gardens of Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace.

Letter from Princess Mary to Jane Seymour, 1536 A letter from Princess Mary (Henry VIII’s daughter) to her stepmother Jane Seymour (third wife of Henry VIII). Dates to 1536, the year of Jane’s marriage to the king and when Mary and her father reconciled after she initially refused to recognise his first annulment, her illegitimate state and his position as head of the Church of England. Within the letter Mary thanks Jane for her aid and asks her to continue to speak well of her

Princess Mary with the King George and Queen Mary

Graffiti in a cell in the Tower of London. This takes dedication and also looks eerily similar to cave carvings with a more sophisticated language.

Princess Alexandra (later Queen Alexandra of England) and her sister, Dagmar (later Tsarina Maria Feodorovna), mother to the last Tsar, Nicholas II.

1533: Princess Elizabeth's christening gown, sewn and embroidered by her mother, Anne Boleyn

Neighbours in war time England!