Telegraph House notice, home of Bertrand Russell
Telegraph House notice -- private road, please drive slowly, children, no right of way. The house was constructed on the site of a West Sussex semaphore-station. It was the home of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) and Dora (his second wife), and the location of their progressive Beacon Hill School, established in 1927. Date: circa 1960s
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Ms 490. Folio 63r. Roman of Ogier the Dane (Ogier
Ms 490. Folio 63r. Roman of Ogier the Dane (Ogier le Danois), legendary character of the 8th century. Encounter of two armies. Prose chronicle ca. 1405 after 'Chronique rim饠de Bertrand du Guesclin ' 14th century epic poem by the troubadour (trouv貥) Cuvelier, Cunelier or Cimelier. Gothic art. Miniature Painting. FRANCE. PICARDY. OISE. Chantilly. Mus饠Cond頨Cond頍useum).
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Jacquetta Hawkes, Bertrand Russell and Stephen King-Hall
Jacquetta Hawkes (1910-1996), British writer and archaeologist, Bertrand Russell (Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell, 1872-1970), British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, socialist, pacifist and social critic, and Stephen King-Hall (Sir William Stephen Richard King-Hall, Baron King-Hall of Headley, 1893-1966), British journalist, politician and playwright. Seen here standing talking together, possibly at a pacifist meeting.
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