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Background imageReferred Collection: Training Ship Arethusa II

Training Ship Arethusa II
Training Ship Arethusa - sometimes referred to as Arethusa II since it replaced the original long-serving Arethusa in 1933. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageReferred Collection: Ludlow Castle

Ludlow Castle
The ruins of Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, England, first referred to by chroniclers in 1138, but parts of the gatehouse keep appear to be late 11th century

Background imageReferred Collection: East View of Old Sarum

East View of Old Sarum
East view of the ancient city and castle of Old Sarum, above Salisbury Plain. The Celts referred to it as Sorviadum meaning the fortress by the gentle river (the River Avon)

Background imageReferred Collection: Eight Bells, Hatfield

Eight Bells, Hatfield
The Eight Bells inn at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, referred to in Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Bill Sykes met the pedlar here. Date: 1950s

Background imageReferred Collection: Ross Monument, Rostrevor, Co. Down

Ross Monument, Rostrevor, Co. Down - a view of the monument referred to as the Obelisk. (Location: Northern Ireland; County Down; Rostrevor). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageReferred Collection: Sketch map of proposed improvements, Birmingham

Sketch map of proposed improvements, Birmingham
Sketch map of a locality around Stafford Street in Birmingham with the proposed new street running through it. The boundary of the unhealthy area referred to in the Birmingham Improvement Scheme as

Background imageReferred Collection: England / Broadway

England / Broadway
The village of Broadway, Worcestershire, often referred to as the Jewel in the Cotswolds, the main street being lined with 16th century limestone buildings

Background imageReferred Collection: Bradford School for Deaf and Disabled Children

Bradford School for Deaf and Disabled Children
Children, some in wheelchairs, others sitting on buses, outside the City of Bradfords special school for what were then referred to as crippled and physically defective children

Background imageReferred Collection: Boeing Model 83 NX7133

Boeing Model 83 NX7133 (msn 1039, aka XF4B-1 number 1, A8129), first flown on 25 June 1928. The first of two XF4B-1s (Model 83 and Model 89), which remained Boeing-owned

Background imageReferred Collection: Isis

Isis
A Sculptural portrait depiction of the Ancient Egyptian Goddess, Isis also referred to as Aset, seen by many as the Mother of Horus, her worship was spread throughout the Greco Roman world

Background imageReferred Collection: Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child
A famous oil painting after Jan Van Eyck, portraying a virgin and child reading, now referred to as the Ince Hall Madonna

Background imageReferred Collection: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor cigarette card

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor cigarette card. Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) British composer of mixed race ancestry. His father came from Sierra Leone & his mother was English

Background imageReferred Collection: Boeing WC-135B Constant Phoenix 61-2666

Boeing WC-135B Constant Phoenix 61-2666
United States Air Force - Boeing WC-135B Constant Phoenix 61-2666 (msn 18342) at McCleelan Air Force Base. Designated Constant Phoenix to collect atmospheric samples for the purpose of detecting

Background imageReferred Collection: United States Air Force Boeing WC-135B 61-2666

United States Air Force Boeing WC-135B 61-2666 (msn 18342) at McCleelan Air Force Base. Boeing C-135B-BN Stratolifter (Boeing 717-185)

Background imageReferred Collection: Bradstock Lockett Hospital Home

Bradstock Lockett Hospital Home
Girls, one holding a crutch, and staff in a dormitory at the Hospital Home - sometimes referred to as the Home for Crippled Children - opened by the Waifs and Strays Society in 1902 at Southport

Background imageReferred Collection: WW2 era - Comic Postcard - Heres another blue-pencil P. C

WW2 era - Comic Postcard - Heres another blue-pencil P. C
The Caption refers to..another blue pencil postcard. In WW2 Bue Pencil referred to the Censor who crossed out in indelible blue any text that he thought might be of use to the enemy

Background imageReferred Collection: Australian Road to Passchendaele Marker Stone

Australian Road to Passchendaele Marker Stone
The Third Battle of Ypres, generally referred to as Passchendaele began on 31 July 1917 and staggered on in dreadful weather conditions until it floundered in mud and resulted in some 300

Background imageReferred Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 448

Curtis British Entomology Plate 448
Hymenoptera: Lasioglossum tricingulum Curtis (Long-tongued Melitta), = Halictus xanthopus. This is the type description of Lasioglossum Curtis

Background imageReferred Collection: NRC tailless research glider

NRC tailless research glider from the National Research Council in Canada (sometimes referred to as Pterodactyl VIII, referring to its lineage from Prof. Hills pre-war Pterodactyls)

Background imageReferred Collection: United States Navy - Lockheed P2V-1 Neptune 89082

United States Navy - Lockheed P2V-1 Neptune 89082 The Turtle (msn 26-1003), (often incorrectly referred to as The Truculent Turtle)29 September 1946

Background imageReferred Collection: Bradstock Lockett Hospital Home, Southport

Bradstock Lockett Hospital Home, Southport
The Hospital Home - sometimes then referred to as the Home for Crippled Children - opened by the Waifs and Strays Society in 1902 at St Annes Road, Marshside, Southport, Lancashire Date: Circa 1921

Background imageReferred Collection: Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Mexico City

Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Mexico City
The ornately decorated Church of the Most Holy Trinity, popularly referred to as La Santissima, in Mexico City. Date: circa 1895

Background imageReferred Collection: Shardlow Union Workhouse, Staffordshire

Shardlow Union Workhouse, Staffordshire
Part of Shardlow Union Workhouse or Shardlow Institution as it was sometimes referred to. The site later became Grove Hospital. Date: Date unknown

Background imageReferred Collection: Tour of the Colonies - Leaving Singapore Pier

Tour of the Colonies - Leaving Singapore Pier - Harbour departure, troops, crowds etc. Part of Box 246 Boswell collection - Tour of the Colonies.Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore

Background imageReferred Collection: USA - City Prison, New York. Referred to as The Tombs

USA - City Prison, New York. Referred to as The Tombs - The Tombs, New York. The Tombs is the colloquial name for the Manhattan Detention Complex (formerly the Bernard B)

Background imageReferred Collection: Disabled Children in London Going to School by Ambulance

Disabled Children in London Going to School by Ambulance
An ambulance provided by the London School Board takes what were then referred to as crippled children to school. Date: early 1900s

Background imageReferred Collection: Old Sarum Castle

Old Sarum Castle
A rather fanciful depiction of the castle of Old Sarum, above Salisbury Plain. The Celts referred to it as Sorviadum, meaning the fortress by the gentle river. Date: 1798

Background imageReferred Collection: Spoon Bonnets

Spoon Bonnets
SPOON BONNETS Two examples of a shape of bonnet referred to as spoon bonnets shown here trimmed with broad ribbon & flowers. Date: 1863

Background imageReferred Collection: The Cottage Homes of England

The Cottage Homes of England
A verse from Felicia Dorothea Hemans poem The Homes of England (often referred to by its first line, The Stately Homes of England ) illustrated with an archetypal Englishman outside his cottage

Background imageReferred Collection: Thomas Barnardo with some physically disabled boys

Thomas Barnardo with some physically disabled boys (then invariably referred to as cripples ) at one of his homes. Date: circa 1900

Background imageReferred Collection: Melbourne Hospital, Lonsdale Street

Melbourne Hospital, Lonsdale Street
Black and white image of the exterior of the Wesley Church, Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia. The hospital was rebuilt and renamed the Queen Victoria Hospital in 1911-1912

Background imageReferred Collection: Princes Bridge, East Side, viewed from South Melbourne

Princes Bridge, East Side, viewed from South Melbourne
Black and white image of Princes Bridge (now referred to as Princes Bridge), Melbourne, Australia. Part of Box 100, Melbourne, Boswell Collection. Slide number 20. Date: circa 1890

Background imageReferred Collection: Sydney, Australia - Silver Mine - Broken Hill

Sydney, Australia - Silver Mine - Broken Hill
Slide showing a photograph of a Silver mine. Broken Hill is Australias longest-lived mining city. In 1844, the explorer Charles Sturt saw and named the Barrier Range

Background imageReferred Collection: Henry Wilmot Rochester

Henry Wilmot Rochester
HENRY WILMOT, earl of ROCHESTER sometimes referred to as the first earl : royalist Date: 1612 - 1658

Background imageReferred Collection: Lady Charlotte Bacon (1801-1880)

Lady Charlotte Bacon (1801-1880)
Two engraved portraits of Lady Charlotte Bacon (1801-1880), who was the Ianthe referred to in Lord Byrons Childe Harold of 1817

Background imageReferred Collection: Wesley Church London

Wesley Church London
Wesleys Chapel. City Road, London EC1, designed by George Dance and built by Samuel Tooth in 1778. It is often referred to as " The Cathedral of Methodism"

Background imageReferred Collection: George Inn, Southwark

George Inn, Southwark
First referred to in 1554, when it was owned by Mr Collet, MP for Southwark. Destroyed in the great fire of 1676, rebuilt in about 1677

Background imageReferred Collection: Israel Caesarea Philippi

Israel Caesarea Philippi
In the Golam Heights, the main source of the river Jordan and the rock referred to by Jesus as the Churchs foundation. [Do not confuse with Caesarea on the Mediterranean coast]

Background imageReferred Collection: Johannes Huszgen

Johannes Huszgen
JOHANNES HUSZGEN German clergyman, scholar and Humanist. Also referred to as Johannes Oecolampadius (Latin)


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