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?At Preliminary Training School? Formal group of 19 nurses Featured Bubblepunk Image

?At Preliminary Training School? Formal group of 19 nurses

At Preliminary Training School Formal group of 19 nurses, including Dorothy Bridle. Formal group of 19 nurses, posed outside large building. Reverse reads At Preliminary Training School April-Sept 1943 [year from personal inscription]. Two copies, one dedicated to Dorothy Bridles parents, one with autographs of group members. Date: 1943

© The Royal College of Nursing Archive Collection / Bubblepunk

Suenos Stone - Forres, Scotland Featured Bubblepunk Image

Suenos Stone - Forres, Scotland

Suenos Stone - A Scottish Pictish Standing Stone at Forres, Scotland. The largest surving standing stone of its type in Scotland. The east face (visible on this postcard) has four panels that show a large battle scene. The top panel is quite weathered and shows rows of horsemen. The second panel down depicts armed foot soldiers and the third panel shows the decapitated vanquished soldiers, the heads piled up, and soldiers, archers and horsemen surrounding what may be a broch. The base panel depicts the victorious army leaving the battlefield. One theory is that the soldiers depicted are the army of Kenneth MacAlpin. Date: circa 1910s

© Bubblepunk / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The Naval Steelworks of Saint-Chamond, Loire, France Featured Bubblepunk Image

The Naval Steelworks of Saint-Chamond, Loire, France

The Naval Steelworks (with drop hammer forges) of Saint-Chamond, France. The Compagnie des forges et acieries de la marine et dHomecourt (FAMH) (Company of marine forges and steelworks and of Homecourt) was a French industrial enterprise that made iron and steel products for the French navy, army and railroads. It is often known as Saint-Chamond after its main location in Saint-Chamond, Loire. The original painting by Layaud was exhibited at The Exposition Universelle of 1889. Date: 1889

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