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Choose from 195 pictures in our People collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Featured People Print

Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb, sign language (I am thine, O Lord), 1908

Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb was established in 1862 with the aim of promoting the wellbeing of the deaf and dumb and assisting them in obtaining employment. Originally using premises in Division Street it moved to purpose built premises in Charles Street in the 1890s. Demolished 1966.The font, made by a member of the Association, was installed at the Institute's premises in 1911.Image from Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Jubilee Souvenir, 1861-1911 (Local Studies 362.42 SST)

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Nurses from 3rd Northern General Hospital at Railway Station, World War I

Taken from '3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield' compiled by Professor (then Colonel) A.M. Connell. Taken during the Great War, mostly at the Base Hospital and Longshaw. 1915 - 1918. Cat. No. 940.476274 SSTF

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Featured People Print

Wightman family Victorian picnic, Yorkshire, 1893

Arthur Wightman (1842 - 1924) is the figure on the far left of the photograph, partially obscured by a young lady in front of him, who is thought to be Annie Maud Wightman (1854 - 1940), one of Arthur's sisters. Arthur's wife Edith Wightman (1850 - 1943) can be seen fourth from the left, wearing a dark-coloured coat and hat. The two gentlemen in the centre of the photograph, sat towards the back, wearing caps and with cigars in their mouths, are possibly Benjamin Arthur Wightman (1873 - 1937), Arthur's eldest son and Henry Temple Wightman (1866 - 1920), Arthur's youngest brother, respectively.
Original at Sheffield Libraries: arc02535

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