The King's Horse : News Photo

The King's Horse

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Topical Press Agency / Stringer
4th June 1913: Anmer, the Kings horse, under which Emily Davison, the suffragette, threw herself and was killed. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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4th June 1913: Anmer, the Kings horse, under which Emily Davison, the suffragette, threw herself and was killed. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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Date created:
June 04, 1913
Editorial #:
3278052
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Hulton Archive
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2,919 x 2,205 px (40.54 x 30.63 in) - 72 dpi - 604 KB
Source:
Hulton Archive
Barcode:
HD2987
Object name:
martyn23/hdc/edw/55/40

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Anmer the Kings horse under which Emily Davison the suffragette threw... News Photo 32780521910-1919,Animal,Animal Themes,Black And White,British Culture,Clothing,Couple,Crowd,England,Horizontal,Horse,Horse Racing,Horseback Riding,Human Interest,King,Males,Riding,Sport,Sports Clothing,Sports Track,Suffragette,Throwing,UK,Working AnimalPhotographer Collection: Hulton Archive 4th June 1913: Anmer, the Kings horse, under which Emily Davison, the suffragette, threw herself and was killed. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)