RMBR9G5N–Margaret Thatcher at the height of her powers in the early 1980's from rare set of colour 'expression' images.
RMBR73E3–Marie Helvin and John Mortimer with Spitting Images puppet of Margaret Thatcher.
RMB0J149–Margaret Shippen, wife of Benedict Arnold, and their child. Hand-colored woodcut
RM2CPX2G9–Margaret Mead. Portrait of the American cultural anthropologist, Margaret Mead (1901-1978)
RMM6EYCG–Portrait of the participants of the NATO Summit Meeting in Bonn with U S President Ronald Reagan and other world leaders including Margaret Thatcher of Great Britain and Pierre Trudeau of Canada (top center), Bonn, Germany, 6/11/1982.
RMDTGC7T–Larvae and Pupae by Margaret Fountaine
RMGG25B2–Margaret Bernardine Hall - Fantine
RMBT08BT–BYE BYE BIRDIE 1963 Columbia film with Ann-Margaret
RMGA87RT–Princesses Margaret and Elizabeth arrive at Royal Ascot
RMCWAMYA–Margaret Mitchell in 1938.. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMBHM8HW–Princess Margaret with Brownies, c1990. Artist: Sidney Harris
RMG649ET–Italy Piedmont Agliè castle -Weddings Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy Margaret of France blessed by the cardinal of Lorraine
RMRKDTEX–Battle of Pest and siege of Buda in 1602. Margaret Island is on the image as Isl. s. Andre.
RM2JB0PKM–Undated picture of Princess Elizabeth (L) of Great Britain walking with her young sister Princess Margaret and nannies, in an unknown location
RMCYHHGA–Margaret Thatcher 1984
RMENTA5K–Margaret of Burgundy listening to Buridan 25/10/2013 - 19th century Active Museum
RM2C4M3GG–Charles Robert Darwin, the English naturalist, geologist, and evolutionary theorist, in a portrait by Julia Margaret Cameron.
RM2MXFF1P–Margaret Hamilton. Publicity still of the American actress, Margaret Hamilton (1902-1985), c. 1958
RM2M3PB66–Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, c1937. Princesses Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) and Princess Margaret, later Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon (1930-2002), photographed aged approximately 11 and 7 years old.
RMDTGC7N–Larvae and Pupae by Margaret Fountaine
RMG0NJ1C–Thayer, Abbott Handerson - Margaret MacKittrick
RMD2J280–VIVA LAS VEGAS ! 1964 MGM film with Elvis Presley and Ann-Margaret
RMGAGCE3–Tennis - Australian Open - Ladies' Singles - Final - Margaret Smith v Jan Lehane
RMCWAMY9–Margaret Mead, circa 1930s. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMDDMTCT–Margaret Thatcher (1925- ), British Prime Minister, viewing the Canary Wharf scheme, 1988. Artist: Unknown
RMGGM83N–Hebe - `Margaret' TRS072794
RMFTDTE2–Portrait of Margaret Kemble Gage by John Singleton Copley Margaret Gage was the New Jersey born wife of British General Gage and may have given intelligence to the Americans during the Revolutionary War
RMR9P1BJ–Margaret Lockwood, James Mason, 'The Wicked Lady', (1945) Universal Pictures File Reference # 33635 805THA
RM2FKCJ10–Actor Sean Connery and his wife American actress Diane Cilento are presented to Princess Margaret, 15 February 1965, during the Royal Film Performance of 'Lord Jim'
RMCR8R4Y–Margaret Thatcher at the peak of her powers in the 1980s
RMEBR3T8–ActiveMuseum 0003643.jpg / Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, Mother of Henry VII, around 1650 - Unknown artist 22/01/2014 - / 17th century Collection / Active Museum
RM2HTGW7N–British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) was the first woman to hold the office of Prime Minister, and was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century.
RM2MR10X6–Margaret Mead. Portrait of the American cultural anthropologist, Margaret Mead (1901-1978), at a UN dedication in 1978.
RMTAACER–Queen Margaret of Anjou Taken Prisoner after Tewkesbury'. By Sir John Gilbert (1817-1897). Margaret was taken prisoner by the Yorkists after the Lancastrian defeat at Tewkesbury. In 1475, she was ransomed by her cousin, King Louis XI (1423-1483) of France. Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482) was the wife of King Henry VI (1421-1471)of England. As such, she was Queen consort of England from 1445 to 1461 and again from 1470 to 1471.
RMDTGC7J–Larvae and Pupae by Margaret Fountaine
RMGG5B8X–Alexander Nasmyth - Eleanor and Margaret Ross
RMD4XHFW–MURDERER'S ROW 1966 Columbia Pictures film with Ann-Margaret and Dean Martin
RMGAK17P–Equestrian - Badminton Horse Trials. Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones at Badminton.
RMMM2FYP–Hotel Margaret. Brooklyn. 1920
RMCWA8AE–Margaret Sanger in 1916.. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMBHK4EG–Margaret Thatcher (1925- ), Dennis Thatcher, Dr and Mrs Conway at ladies' night, 1975. Artist: Unknown
RMGGJ7T3–Container - Shrub - planted with Hebe `Margaret' CTR072795
RM2JDWKDG–Miniature of Margaret of York praying in front of the Saint Gudula church of Brussels. The architectural background is the first faithful rendering of a building in a manuscript of the Burgundian period. Also shown to the left is the Sablon church, circa 1468
RMJA015P–Margaret Truman, daughter of President Harry S. Truman, conferring with actor Jimmy Stewart before the two appeared together in a radio drama, Hollywood, CA, 04/01/1951.
RM2JB0PKY–The Queen Elizabeth (2nd-L, future Queen Mother), her daughter Princess Elizabeth (4th-L, future Queen Elizabeth II), Queen Mary (C) , Princess Margaret (5th-L) and the King George VI (R), pose at the balcony of the Buckingham Palace on May 12, 1937
RMBR9G6X–Margaret Thatcher at the height of her powers in the early 1980's from rare set of colour 'expression' images.
RMEBR4B9–Margaret Woffington, irish actress known as 'Peg Woffington',1769 John Lewis Oil on Canvas 22/01/2014 - / 18th century Collection / Active Museum
RMC74N6Y–British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher with President Jimmy Carter
RM2HTGW7H–British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) was the first woman to hold the office of Prime Minister, and was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century.
RMM098HA–Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013). Portrait of the British Prime Minister in September 1975, photo by Marion S Trikosko.
RMC45E46–Margaret of Valois
RMEAFJDP–Sketchbooks of Lepidoptera by Margaret Fountaine
RMG3YEKY–Julia Margaret Cameron - Julia Jackson
RMCBBT08–THE IRON LADY 2011 Pathe Productions/Weinstein Company film with Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher. Photo Alex Bailey
RMG9JXXH–Tennis - Wimbledon Championships - Ladies' Singles - Final - Margaret Smith v Billie Jean Moffitt
RF2DCD32E–Margaret Fuller, American Journalist and Feminist
RMMKNJYM–Miss Margaret Henderson
RMCWAMY8–Margaret Mead, Dr. circa 1948.. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMBHK77T–Yitzhak Shamir and his wife with Margaret Thatcher at No 10 Downing Street, May 1989. Artist: Sidney Harris
RMMY3HHF–First Lady Rosalynn Carter (center) welcomes Margaret Trudeau (left), the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, to the White House, Washington, DC, 2/21/1977. Photo by Thomas O'Halloran.
RMEWN94B–MARGARET THATCHER ARRIVES AT THE GUILD HALL FOR THE LORD MAYORS BANQUET
RMBR9GHJ–Margaret Thatcher at the height of her powers in the early 1980's from rare set of colour 'expression' images.
RMMC6F8W–SAINTS - St Margaret of Antioch. Stained glass in the north wall of St Margaret's Church, King's Lynn
RMG5KPA5–Margaret Grace Bondfield, British Labour politician, trades unionist and women's rights activist.
RM2HTGW8A–British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) was the first woman to hold the office of Prime Minister, and was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century.
RM2M65HDD–Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482. Illuminated manuscript from the presentation page of Poems and Romances ('The Talbot Shrewsbury book''), 1444/5
RMDTG41A–Larvae and Pupae by Margaret Fountaine
RMG0NGGB–Cameron, Julia Margaret - The Rosebud Garden of Girls
RF2BCTMN2–Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret recorded their first ever broadcast in Windsor in 1940.
RMGAGCDY–Tennis - Wimbledon Championships - Ladies' Singles - Final - Margaret Smith v Billie Jean Moffitt
RM2F61CFX–Margaret Fuller, American Journalist and Feminist
RMDDMTG1–Margaret Thatcher (1925-), British Prime Minister with Shimon Peres, Israeli Prime Minister, 1987. Artist: Sidney Harris
RMA04TWJ–MARGARET RUTHERFORD UK actress
RM2H9G6F1–Julia Jackson, portrait photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron, 1867
RM2GAKJ1X–Six female US Representatives, who recently visited Cambodia as members of a congressional delegation, spoke to the press while seated behind microphones. They are, from left to right: Lindy Boggs-LA; Olympia Snowe-ME; Elizabeth Holtzman-NY (leader of the delegation); Margaret Heckler-MA; Pat Schroeder-CO; and Barbara Mikulski-MD, Washington, DC, 11/14/1979. (Photo by Marion S Trikosko/US News & World Report Collection/RBM Vintage Images)
RMD995PR–Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister 1979-1990
RMBR9GXJ–Margaret Thatcher at the height of her powers in the early 1980's from rare set of colour 'expression' images.
RMMC8608–CHRISTIAN St. Margaret of Antioch, stained glass in the north wall of St Margaret's Church, King's Lynn
RMG1HTNG–Margaret Grace Bondfield, British Labour politician, trades unionist and women's rights activist.
RM2HTGWA7–British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013) was the first woman to hold the office of Prime Minister, and was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century.
RM2PPNR3C–Margaret Fuller. Portrait of the American writer and women's rights advocate, Sarah Margaret Fuller (1810-1850) by John Plumbe, 1846
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