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Argentina Collection

Background imageArgentina Collection: Poster, Zeppelin to South America

Poster, Zeppelin to South America
Poster advertising the German Zeppelin Hamburg-American Line, LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin airship service from Friedrichshafen, Germany, to Buenos Aires, Argentina. circa 1934

Background imageArgentina Collection: Champagne Hoard

Champagne Hoard
Lining up bottles of champagne in rows in preparation for a wealthy Argentine society event at the Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Date: 1930s

Background imageArgentina Collection: BONEO, Mart�(1829-1915). General San Martin

BONEO, Mart�(1829-1915). General San Martin
BONEO, Mart� (1829-1915). General San Martin after crossing the Andes. 1865. Scene with Generals Jose de San Mart� and Bernardo O Higgins. Oil on canvas. ARGENTINA. Buenos Aires

Background imageArgentina Collection: Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691-1765). Musical party given by Ca

Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691-1765). Musical party given by Ca
Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691-1765). Italian painter. Musical party given by Cardinal De La Rochefoucauld at the Argentina Theatre in Rome in 1747. Museum of Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageArgentina Collection: Cave of the Hands. ARGENTINA. SANTA CRUZ. Detail

Cave of the Hands. ARGENTINA. SANTA CRUZ. Detail of the paintings. Neolithic art. Fresco

Background imageArgentina Collection: Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that

Tango, 1912. Dance originating in Argentina that was introduced in Europe after World War I

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Kavanagh Building and Parque Retiro. Built in the 1930s in the Rationalist style, by the architects Gregorio S£ hez

Background imageArgentina Collection: Poster for Rosario de la Frontera, Argentina

Poster for Rosario de la Frontera, Argentina
F.C.C.A. (Central Argentine Railway) Poster, for Rosario de la Frontera - a city in the centre-south of the province of Salta, Argentina

Background imageArgentina Collection: Tomando Mate - Argentina

Tomando Mate - Argentina
Gaucho taking mate in Argentina. Tomando mate or " taking mate, " is a cultural practice, which refers literally to drinking a semi-bitter herbal infusion of crushed yerba mate leaves in

Background imageArgentina Collection: Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida Alvear

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Avenida Alvear Date: 1906

Background imageArgentina Collection: Harrys Bar, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

Harrys Bar, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
Harrys Bar, interior with customers, Avenida 25 de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageArgentina Collection: Dancing the Argentine Tango

Dancing the Argentine Tango
Silhouette of a couple dancing the Argentine Tango 1908

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina - Tronador

Argentina - Tronador
Tronador viewed from the chapel at Llao Llao - Tronador is an extinct stratovolcano in the southern Andes at the border between Argentina and Chile near the city of Bariloche

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina Creature

Argentina Creature
Argentina countryfolk report sighting of a plesiosaur-like creature : an expedition is planned in Buenos Aires.. but the creature is not found

Background imageArgentina Collection: Short Sandringham 2 G-AGPZ Argentina

Short Sandringham 2 G-AGPZ Argentina
Short Sandringham 2, G-AGPZ, Argentina, prior to delivery to Compan

Background imageArgentina Collection: Asking two Vaquero riders for the news, Argentina

Asking two Vaquero riders for the news, Argentina
A farmer in a remote part of Argentina, asks two Vaqueros (cowboys) for news. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Salico Building

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Salico Building Date: circa 1930s

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Aerial view

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Aerial view. Photo (18/40) from a fold-out set

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentina - Buenos Aires - Faculty of Science and Medicine

Argentina - Buenos Aires - Faculty of Science and Medicine
Argentina - Buenos Aires - Institure of Science and Medicine. Photo (8/40) from a fold-out set

Background imageArgentina Collection: Farming in Argentina

Farming in Argentina
A cowboy farmer in Argentina, South America. The cattle are driven from the ranch down to the beach over rolling green pastures

Background imageArgentina Collection: de Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C LV-AHU

de Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C LV-AHU 'Centaurus' (msn 6434), of Aerolineas Argentina. Date: circa 1962

Background imageArgentina Collection: Fabrica Militar de Aviones IA-58A Pucara A-19

Fabrica Militar de Aviones IA-58A Pucara A-19
Fuerza Aerea Argentina - Fabrica Militar de Aviones IA-58A Pucara A-19 (msn 019), at the SBAC Farnborough Air Show, on 9 September 1978

Background imageArgentina Collection: Juan Domingo Peron and Eva Duarte de Peron

Juan Domingo Peron and Eva Duarte de Peron
Juan Domingo Peron (1895-1974), Argentinian soldier and politician, with his wife Eva Peron (Evita, 1919-1952), in May 1946, just before he became President. 1946

Background imageArgentina Collection: Kitty Lord music hall vocalist

Kitty Lord music hall vocalist. Began working life as a servant and progressed to living in a house in Regents Park. Performed worldwide between 1894 and 1915 including Egypt and Argentina

Background imageArgentina Collection: La Puerta del Diablo, Tandil, Argentina

La Puerta del Diablo, Tandil, Argentina
La Puerta del Diablo (Door of the Devil) - a set of unusual rocks located in Tandil, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Date: circa 1905

Background imageArgentina Collection: La Piedra Movediza balancing rock, Tandil, Argentina

La Piedra Movediza balancing rock, Tandil, Argentina
La Piedra Movediza was a balancing rock located in Tandil, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Its weight was about 300 tons

Background imageArgentina Collection: Querandi people of the Pampas, Argentina

Querandi people of the Pampas, Argentina
Querandi people of the Pampas wearing poncho in a store on Calles de los Torres, central Buenos Aires, selling stirrups, bridles, bola, lasso and other horse paraphernalia

Background imageArgentina Collection: Gendarmeria Nacional Argentina Cessna 206 Stationair

Gendarmeria Nacional Argentina Cessna 206 Stationair
Gendarmeria Nacional Argentina (GNA) Cessna 206 Stationair GN-805, taxiing for take-off. Date: 1980s

Background imageArgentina Collection: Armour Meat Refrigeration Plant - Berisso, nr Buenos Aires

Armour Meat Refrigeration Plant - Berisso, nr Buenos Aires
Berisso near Buenos Aires, Argentina - enormous cold meat plant of the American Armour company, who specialised in refrigeration of meat for export and transportation purposes. Photographed at night

Background imageArgentina Collection: Avenida de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Patriotic card

Avenida de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina - Patriotic card. Date: 1913

Background imageArgentina Collection: de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4C LV-AHS

de Havilland DH. 106 Comet 4C LV-AHS
de Havilland DH.106 Comet 4C LV-AHS Alborada (msn 6432), formerly of Aerolineas Argentina, at Lasham with Dan-Air Engineering, in December 1971

Background imageArgentina Collection: Incense burner (Sahumador). Silver. 19th century. Argentina

Incense burner (Sahumador). Silver. 19th century. Argentina. Museum of the Americas. Madrid, Spain. Date: 2018

Background imageArgentina Collection: Bell UH-1H iroquois AE-413

Bell UH-1H iroquois AE-413 (msn 13560, ex 73-22077, later G-HUEY). A Fuerza Aerea Argentina (Argentine Air Force) helicopter captured at Stanley and repatriated to the UK

Background imageArgentina Collection: Aerospatiale SA. 330L Puma PA-12

Aerospatiale SA. 330L Puma PA-12
Prefectura Naval Argentina - Aerospatiale SA.330L Puma PA-12 (msn 1591), seen at Yeovil, after repatriation to the UK from the Falkland islands

Background imageArgentina Collection: Argentinian Republic Tarjeta Postal

Argentinian Republic Tarjeta Postal
This is the first postcard issued by Argentina. It has an undivided back and carries a 4 Centavos printed stamp. Date: 1878

Background imageArgentina Collection: Pavilion the Republic of Argentina, Paris Exhibition of 1889

Pavilion the Republic of Argentina, Paris Exhibition of 1889
Pavilion the Republic of Argentina, Universal Exhibition of Paris, 1889 Date: 1889

Background imageArgentina Collection: Poster, National Grand Prix, Argentina

Poster, National Grand Prix, Argentina, 28-29 January 1933 Date: 1933

Background imageArgentina Collection: Smart well-to-do young girl with her hoop - Buenos Aires

Smart well-to-do young girl with her hoop - Buenos Aires
Smart well-to-do young girl (Gerda) with her hoop - Buenos Aires, Argentina Date: 1924

Background imageArgentina Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Evacuacion de

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Evacuacion de Refugiados Espanoles a los Paises de America (Evacuation of Spanish Refugees to American Countries)

Background imageArgentina Collection: Ernesto (Che) Guevara, Marxist revolutionary leader

Ernesto (Che) Guevara, Marxist revolutionary leader
Ernesto "Che" Guevara (1928-1967), the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary, physician, writer, guerrilla leader, diplomat, military theorist, and major figure in the Cuban Revolution

Background imageArgentina Collection: Mao Zedong meeting Che Guevara

Mao Zedong meeting Che Guevara
Chinese Communist leader, Mao Zedong (1893-1976), also known as Chairman Mao. Seen here meeting and greeting Ernesto "Che" Guevara (1928-1967), the Argentinian Marxist revolutionary

Background imageArgentina Collection: British Attack on Buenos Aires (Second Battle of Buenos Aires), Argentina, 4-5 July 1807

British Attack on Buenos Aires (Second Battle of Buenos Aires), Argentina, 4-5 July 1807, as part of the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815). Date: 1807

Background imageArgentina Collection: Sheep farm, Argentina

Sheep farm, Argentina
Vintage 19th century photograph: sheep farm, Argentina

Background imageArgentina Collection: A portrait of the Spanish dancer Argentina, New York, 1930

A portrait of the Spanish dancer Argentina, New York, 1930, on tour in America 1930-1931. Renowned for her Spanish, flamenco and gypsy dancing Date: 1930

Background imageArgentina Collection: Man and woman of Vienna, Austria, 1818

Man and woman of Vienna, Austria, 1818. She carries a basket of wares to sell. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Mary Anne Vennings A Geographical Present being Descriptions of the Principal

Background imageArgentina Collection: Jointed rush, Juncus articulatus

Jointed rush, Juncus articulatus. Guinco articolato. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali, Dictionary of Natural Science, Florence, Italy, 1837

Background imageArgentina Collection: Clostera anastomosis and Nudaria mundana

Clostera anastomosis and Nudaria mundana
Clostera anastomosis 1-5, muslin footman, Nudaria mundana 6, Phalaena donasa. Phalaena anastomosis, munda, donasa. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Johann Carl Bock from Eugenius Johann

Background imageArgentina Collection: Shop front, Tienda San Juan, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Shop front, Tienda San Juan, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America, designed by Sage and Co, Shop Fittings. circa 1930



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