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Background imagePartially Collection: Dance at Bougival Date: 1883

Dance at Bougival Date: 1883

Background imagePartially Collection: Tower Bridge jams in summer heat

Tower Bridge jams in summer heat
Tower Bridge, London, jams when the metal expands in the summer heat on 2 July 1968. The bridge is closed for two hours while firefighters cool it down with their hoses

Background imagePartially Collection: Builders at work

Builders at work in the foreground, with partially completed buildings in the background

Background imagePartially Collection: Maps Wrens London

Maps Wrens London
Christopher Wren seizes the opportunity of the Great Fire to draw up plans for a brave new London - which alas will be only partially realised. Date: 1666

Background imagePartially Collection: 16th Century Cavalry

16th Century Cavalry
A young man in the suite of the emperor Carl V : his horse is partially armoured, and both rider and mount are heavily ornamented as befits an imperial courtier

Background imagePartially Collection: Guildford Cathedral

Guildford Cathedral
The partially built Guildford Cathedral, Surrey, England, photographed during World War Two when the war suspended building works. Started in 1936, finally completed 1961

Background imagePartially Collection: HMS Argus 149

HMS Argus 149
Royal Navy - HMS Argus 149, an aircraft carrier, seen in March 1939. Argus served from 1918 to 1944. After commissioning, the ship was involved for several years in the development of the optimum

Background imagePartially Collection: The House By The Church Candebec

The House By The Church Candebec
This artwork shows the figure of a man, shrouded in darkness, as he leans on a wall of house, partially lit in the evening, noted as being a building close to the Church Candebec. Date: circa 1916

Background imagePartially Collection: Table of Moveable Feasts and De Partibus Orationis

Table of Moveable Feasts and De Partibus Orationis
Two leaves, one large and one small, both paper. The larger leaf is a Tabula des festes mobilibus (table of moveable feasts) and the smaller leaf is an explanatory note in the same hand

Background imagePartially Collection: Model Steam Traction engine

Model Steam Traction engine, partially complete. Date: circa 1950

Background imagePartially Collection: St Peter's Hospital, Bristol

St Peter's Hospital, Bristol
A view of St Peter's Hospital, Bristol - formerly the city's Mint workhouse, established in 1698. The building is partially half-timbered and has leaded light windows

Background imagePartially Collection: FREAK BIRTH/COLOREDO

FREAK BIRTH/COLOREDO
Lazarus Coloredo (1742 - ?) and his partially formed attached twin. Date: mid 18th century

Background imagePartially Collection: Liverpool Cathedral - Liverpool, Merseyside

Liverpool Cathedral - Liverpool, Merseyside. The cathedral is based on a design by Giles Gilbert Scott and was constructed between 1904 and 1978

Background imagePartially Collection: House under demolition

House under demolition
House partially demolished, showing interior layout. Date: circa 1960s

Background imagePartially Collection: World War II US soldier helped towards the rear

World War II US soldier helped towards the rear
World War II vintage photograph - US soldier with clothes partially blown of is helped towards the rear by comrade

Background imagePartially Collection: World War II Japanese suicide kamikaze dive bomber

World War II Japanese suicide kamikaze dive bomber
World War II vintage photograph - US soldier with clothes partially blown of is helped towards the rear by comrade

Background imagePartially Collection: Roger Williams Building his Own Home

Roger Williams Building his Own Home
Roger Williams, founder of the colony of Rhode Island, early abolitionist, and Puritan minister, stands looking out at the landscape, holding an axe, a partially constructed log house behind him

Background imagePartially Collection: Battle of Estero-Bellaco

Battle of Estero-Bellaco
The battle of Estero-Bellaco on 2nd May 1866. Battalions of soldiers keep formation as they ride forward to attack. Other soldiers stand their ground, partially obscured by smoke from cannonfire

Background imagePartially Collection: Armstrong Whitworth AW. 650 Argosy C. 1 9Q-COE

Armstrong Whitworth AW. 650 Argosy C. 1 9Q-COE
(ex Royal Air Force) Armstrong Whitworth AW.650 Argosy C.1 9Q-COE (msn 6778, ex XP446), of O.R.A.S. (Otrag Range Air Services) at East Midlands Airport

Background imagePartially Collection: Driver and stoker on the footplate of a night train : by now

Driver and stoker on the footplate of a night train : by now, their footplate is partially enclosed, giving them reasonable protection from the weather, Date: 1889

Background imagePartially Collection: Loaf of Bread Date: 1950

Loaf of Bread Date: 1950

Background imagePartially Collection: FRUIT / LEMON HOLLY WINE

FRUIT / LEMON HOLLY WINE
A partially peeled lemon, apples, a hunting tankard, a glass of wine or sherry, and some holly, to represent the months of November and December. Date: 1861

Background imagePartially Collection: FOX CUBS 1906

FOX CUBS 1906
Two partially-grown fox cubs sitting in the undergrowth. Date: 1906

Background imagePartially Collection: FRANCE / AVIGNON BRIDGE

FRANCE / AVIGNON BRIDGE
Avignon: the partially completed bridge, with people working in the foreground Date: 19th century

Background imagePartially Collection: FLOODS IN HOLLAND 1861

FLOODS IN HOLLAND 1861
Floods in the Netherlands : 300 flooded-out people of Bommelerwoard, in Guelder, take refuge in the castle of Ammerzade, though it, too, is partially under water Date: 1861

Background imagePartially Collection: A relief sculpture depicting the new era of powered flight

A relief sculpture depicting the new era of powered flight - countryfolk stare in amazement as an aeroplane flies above their smallholding

Background imagePartially Collection: Baobab Tree - showing trunk partially eaten by

Baobab Tree - showing trunk partially eaten by African Elephants (Loxodonta africana)

Background imagePartially Collection: Papelotte Farm - Waterloo

Papelotte Farm - Waterloo
Papelotte Farm is located on the Waterloo battlefield and formed part of the defence system of the Duke of Wellington on 18 June 1815

Background imagePartially Collection: Schiaparelli Gown 1950S

Schiaparelli Gown 1950S
Red satin evening gown from Schiaparelli with a full skirt & partially strapless, asymmetric tunic with one shoulder strap. Worn with short gloves. Date: early 1950s

Background imagePartially Collection: Rosa Betty Uprichard

Rosa Betty Uprichard, a variety of large-flowered rose of the Rosaceae family with salmon pink flowers. Seen here in close-up are three partially opened flowers

Background imagePartially Collection: Killencarrick Castle Nr. Greystones

Killencarrick Castle Nr. Greystones - a view of a derelict and partially ivy covered Castle stump. (Location: Republic of Ireland; County Wicklow; Greystones). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imagePartially Collection: No. 5 Partially Drying Clay Pipes in the Sun

No. 5 Partially Drying Clay Pipes in the Sun
No.5 Partially Drying Clay Pipes in the Sun - a view of a man laying clay pipes out in the sun to dry. (Location: Ireland). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imagePartially Collection: Father Gapon

Father Gapon
GEORGI APOLLONOVICH GAPON known as Father Gapon, prominent leader of the partially unsuccessful Russian rising in 1905. (see also our events file) Date: 1870 - 1906

Background imagePartially Collection: Billie Burkes Packard

Billie Burkes Packard
Actress BILLIE BURKE wears an ensemble with a narrow draped skirt & round necked blouse which partially covers the skirt to create a short tunic & is worn with a belt. Date: 1913

Background imagePartially Collection: Soldier Recovers Sight

Soldier Recovers Sight
Edward Gleeson, ex-soldier, partially regains his sight thanks to the miraculous image of the Virgin Mary at Templemore, county Tipperary, Ireland Date: 1920

Background imagePartially Collection: Disease of the vines. Engraving of 1853

Disease of the vines. Engraving of 1853
Bunch of grapes partially attacked by the vegetative part of a fungus or mycelium in the first days of July. Illustration for La Maladie des Vignes (The disease of the vines)

Background imagePartially Collection: Suffragette Militant Pillar Box Acid Attack

Suffragette Militant Pillar Box Acid Attack. An item of post damaged in a militant suffragette attack on a pillar box. The letter was partially burnt by acid on 16th April 1913, in Nottingham

Background imagePartially Collection: Temple of Serapis at Puzzuoli Naples, Italy

Temple of Serapis at Puzzuoli Naples, Italy
Title page and frontispiece of vol.1 of Charles Lyells Principles of geology, showing the partially submerged Temple of Serapis at Puzzuoli Naples, Italy. Date: 1830

Background imagePartially Collection: Zulu Dancers / Tresses

Zulu Dancers / Tresses
A group of Zulu Men dancing whilst wearing tresses as body adornments. Date: 1936

Background imagePartially Collection: The first partially-completed Saunders-Roe SR45 Princess

The first partially-completed Saunders-Roe SR45 Princess after roll-out onto the newly reinforced slipway at Cowes. Late 1951. Date: 1951

Background imagePartially Collection: The R101 airship during construction

The R101 airship during construction showing the structure and a partially inflated gasbag

Background imagePartially Collection: Brooklyn Car Strike

Brooklyn Car Strike
Brooklyn Strike. Street corner with crowd peering down street; a trolley conductor is partially visible

Background imagePartially Collection: Unidentified old building with gothic archway

Unidentified old building with gothic archway
An unidentified old building at the side of a narrow street, with a gothic archway leading through into another street. The building has tall chimneys and a partially tiled facade

Background imagePartially Collection: Pisum sativum (Pea) Pioneer

Pisum sativum (Pea) Pioneer, a vegetable of the Fabaceae family, showing three pods, with the left-hand pod partially open to reveal the peas inside

Background imagePartially Collection: Anemone Vernalis (Pulsatilla Vernalis)

Anemone Vernalis (Pulsatilla Vernalis), with the pink and white flowers partially open, and very hairy stems

Background imagePartially Collection: Lear / Nonsense / Rats Dozed

Lear / Nonsense / Rats Dozed
There was an Old Man who supposed, that the street door was partially closed; But some very large rats, ate his coats and his hats, while that futile old gentleman dozed

Background imagePartially Collection: Pouring Tea

Pouring Tea
Lady poses while pouring tea. The groceries lie partially unpacked on the table

Background imagePartially Collection: Aristocratic Dress 1694

Aristocratic Dress 1694
Fontange headdress, petticoats are lavishly & horizontally trimmed, the over-skirt of the gown caught up to reveal it. One gown is partially of ermine



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