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Rescued from the Plague
'Rescued from the Plague', 1898; a child is being lifted through an open window during the outbreak of plague which occured in 1665. To the right, a sick woman sits in a doorway. Inspired by Samuel Pepys' diary of September 3rd, 1665.
- Image ref: 1237458
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)