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    • Michele Spinale

      Josephine Dale Lace wasn't the only one that preferred to use zebras for their carriage as this zebra-drawn carriage driven by Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild shows. 1898 History, Zebras Carriage,

    • Emily Wharton

      "Get in loser, we're going shopping." A gentleman rides in a zebra-drawn carriage | Community Post: 30 Strange But Delightful Vintage Photos Of Animals

    • Gwendolyn Jones

      Lord Walter Rothschild with his famed zebra carriage, not horse drawn carriages which he drove to Buckingham Palace to demonstrate the tame character of Zebras to the public, early 1900’s. #London #History #animals

    • Amanda C

      Zebra-drawn carriage parked outside Buckingham Palace in London, c.1900. Zoologist and wealthy aristocrat Lord Walter Rothschild used the carriage to demonstrate that wild animals could be tamed. [700x482]

    • PBS

      Stripes on the move! Lord Walter Rothschild used this zebra-drawn carriage to demonstrate that wild animals could be tamed. (via The Historical Times)

    • carol gale

      stylish coach & 4: Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), 2nd Baron Rothschild, with his famed zebra carriage, which he frequently drove through London.

    • Bram Stoker Estate

      Lionel Walter Rothschild (1868-1937), 2nd Baron Rothschild, with his famed zebra carriage, which he frequently drove through London. With www.bramstokerestate.com

    • Anastasia Dronov

      Lord Walter Rothschild with his famed zebra carriage, which he drove to Buckingham Palace to demonstrate the tame character of Zebras to the public, early 1900’s

    • Susann Bach

      vintage everyday: Zebras....Strange & Unusual Vintage Animal Photographs

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