The Leisure Hour (page 1/3)

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[picture: Front Cover, The Leisure Hour]

Images and extracts from “The Leisure Hour” collected edition of 1896. It was published in London, where copyright lasts until 70 years after a person’s death. There is no editor credited, and usually no artist or engraver, but it’s not inconceivable that a twenty-year-old could have worked on this edition and lived to be over seventy. I have marked the images as being for non-commercial use only, but if you determine that an image is out of copyright, go ahead and use it as you will.

Title: The Leisure Hour

Author: Various

Published by: The Leisure Hour

City: London

Date: 1896

Total items: 15

Stock image royalty-free for non-commercial uses only, usage credit required, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Golden Strings]

Golden Strings

By permission of the Berlin Photographic Company
By J. M. Strudwick. [more...] [$]

[picture: Mr. Carlyle.]

Mr. Carlyle.

From a photograph by Elliott & Fry. [more...] [$]

[picture: Sleighing]

Sleighing

A driver and two passengers (a man and a woman) ride a horse-driven sleigh over the ice. The image, which is printed using a dot-screen method to simulate gray, is signed Davey, and also (I think) Carson. [more...] [$]

[picture: Back cover]

Back cover

Even the back of this book has a floral decoration, in black against the blue cloth. [$]

[picture: Apteryx Mantelli.  From a Photograph.]

Apteryx Mantelli. From a Photograph.

The Apteryx is the name given to the genus of birds moer commonly known as the kiwi; they are native to New Zealand. The Apteryx Mantelli is the north Island Brown Kiwi bird. [more...] [$]


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Images and extracts from “The Leisure Hour” collected edition of 1896. It was published in London, where copyright lasts until 70 years after a person’s death. There is no editor credited, and usually no artist or engraver, but it’s not inconceivable that a twenty-year-old could have worked on this edition and lived to be over seventy. I have marked the images as being for non-commercial use only, but if you determine that an image is out of copyright, go ahead and use it as you will.


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