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Background imageSupported Collection: The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne (4 / 4)

The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne (4 / 4)
The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne - The spans reaching out from both sides of the river - 11th January 1928. Date: 1928

Background imageSupported Collection: A Garden Guide - Extracting a Weed from a Lawn

A Garden Guide - Extracting a Weed from a Lawn
Illustration by William Heath Robinson (1872-1944) showing a typically convoluted method of weeding a garden lawn. A man is hosted by ropes supported by a teepee configuration of poles worked by

Background imageSupported Collection: The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne (3 / 4)

The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne (3 / 4)
The Building of the Tyne Bridge - Newcastle-upon-Tyne - The spans supported by cables to each shore - 9th February 1928. Date: 1928

Background imageSupported Collection: Vladimir Mayakovsky

Vladimir Mayakovsky
VLADIMIR MAYAKOVSKY Russian poet, futurist : supported communism from 1907, after 1917 sought to depoetize poetry by use of technical innovations

Background imageSupported Collection: London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage, Woking

London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage, Woking
General view of the main building of the London & South Western Railway Servants Orphanage at Woking, Surrey. The orphanage was founded in 1885 in Clapham, south west London

Background imageSupported Collection: The Earth

The Earth
According to Hindu belief, the Earth is supported on elephants, standing on a tortoise, which floats in the Universal Ocean

Background imageSupported Collection: Capture of Kleve, men of 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders

Capture of Kleve, men of 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders
Photograph, 11 Feb 1945: capture of Kleve, men of 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders supported by tanks of Guards Brigade. Associated with World War Two, North West Europe (1944-1945)

Background imageSupported Collection: James 6th Earl Abercorn

James 6th Earl Abercorn
JAMES HAMILTON, 6th earl ABERCORN Scottish nobleman and loyal statesman, supported the union with England. Date: 1656 - 1734

Background imageSupported Collection: Kyoto, Japan - Maruyama Park - Cherry Blossom

Kyoto, Japan - Maruyama Park - Cherry Blossom
Japan - Cherry Blossoms in Maruyama Park, Kyoto. The parks star attraction is a weeping cherry tree (shidarezakura), supported by a multitude of props. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageSupported Collection: Tzu-Hsi Dowager Empress

Tzu-Hsi Dowager Empress
TZU-HSI, aka HSIAO-CH IN &c, generally known as the dowager empress : Manchu ruler who resisted reform, European influences etc, supported the Boxer rising. 1835 - 1908

Background imageSupported Collection: Thomas Newcomen / Smiles

Thomas Newcomen / Smiles
THOMAS NEWCOMEN His house in Lower Street, Dartmouth (the centre building with supported gables), pulled down in the 19th century

Background imageSupported Collection: May Irwin in The widow Jones supported by John C. Rice

May Irwin in The widow Jones supported by John C. Rice. Date c1895

Background imageSupported Collection: Houdin Levitation

Houdin Levitation
Houdins son, supported only by one elbow, reclines in space

Background imageSupported Collection: General Dynamics F-111D 68-0168

General Dynamics F-111D 68-0168
United States Air Force - General Dynamics F-111D 68-0168 (MSN A6-84), of the 524th TFS, 27th FW, based at Cannon AFB, New Mexico

Background imageSupported Collection: Training Ship Arethusa

Training Ship Arethusa
Boys in naval uniform exercise on the training ship Arethusa, moored on the Thames at Greenhithe and run by the National Refuge for Homeless and Destitute Children

Background imageSupported Collection: The Princess Mary Caravan. The Girls Friendly Society supported young women by help in

The Princess Mary Caravan. The Girls Friendly Society supported young women by help in finding work, providing hostels etc

Background imageSupported Collection: HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)

HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal)
Royal Navy - HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal) at A Spithead re in 1938. HMS Pegasus was re-named from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal seaplane carrier

Background imageSupported Collection: Modernist House, Hampstead

Modernist House, Hampstead
A photograph of a modernist house at Hampstead, designed in 1936 by architect Edwin Maxwell Fry, built in reinforced concrete frame and panel walls

Background imageSupported Collection: Vietnamese Patriotic Poster

Vietnamese Patriotic Poster - Family supported and protected by the actions of the husband Date: circa mid-1970s

Background imageSupported Collection: HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer

HMS Usk - a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer
Royal Navy - HMS Usk, a Yarrow-type River-Class destroyer ordered under the 1901 - 1902 Naval Estimates and named after the River Usk in Wales flowing through Newport

Background imageSupported Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). School for evacuated

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). School for evacuated children, supported by the 42nd Division, 227th Brigade (Palma de Flix). SPAIN. Monistrol de Montserrat. Library of Montserrat Abbey

Background imageSupported Collection: A scene in a church, with the priests dead and the poor-box robbed, during the Spanish Civil War

A scene in a church, with the priests dead and the poor-box robbed, during the Spanish Civil War. On the wall, a hammer and sickle motif and the legend Viva Russia has been painted

Background imageSupported Collection: Soldiers of the International Brigade; Spanish Civil War, 19

Soldiers of the International Brigade; Spanish Civil War, 19
Photograph showing two soldiers of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion firing at Nationalist positions on the Morata Front, during the Spanish Civil War, 1937

Background imageSupported Collection: Soldier of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion; Spanish Civil War

Soldier of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion; Spanish Civil War
Soldier from the Philippine Islands serving in the Abraham Lincoln Battalion of the International Brigade, during the Spanish Civil War

Background imageSupported Collection: Propagandist for the Republican Forces; Spanish Civil War, 1

Propagandist for the Republican Forces; Spanish Civil War, 1
Photograph showing a Cuban soldier of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion, International Brigade, using a megaphone to implore Nationalist troops to join the Republican cause, 1937

Background imageSupported Collection: Advert for Metropolitan Drinking Fountain 1878

Advert for Metropolitan Drinking Fountain 1878
Metropolitan drinking Fountain and Cattle Trough Association, set up in London by Samuel Gurney, a Member of Parliament and philanthropist to supported by voluntary contributions

Background imageSupported Collection: Tura Cosimo 1430 1495 Aisa Import Dead Christ

Tura Cosimo 1430 1495 Aisa Import Dead Christ
tura, cosimo, 1430, 1495, aisa, import, dead, christ, jesus, supported, two, angels, piet, work, ferrara, school, renaissance, art, quattrocento, history, historical, 10211930

Background imageSupported Collection: JAMES DUKE HAMILTON

JAMES DUKE HAMILTON
JAMES, third marquis and first duke of HAMILTON (1606 - 1649), Royalist soldier and statesman who supported Charles I and in so doing signed his own death warrant

Background imageSupported 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 imageSupported Collection: Balmes House

Balmes House
View of Balmes House, Hoxton, in 1750, formerly the residence of Sir George Whitmore (d.1654), an English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1631

Background imageSupported Collection: Canterbury Cathedral Crypt supports, September 1939

Canterbury Cathedral Crypt supports, September 1939
Photograph of the 843-year-old crypt of Canterbury Cathedral in which the apex of the vaulting has been supported with a series of wooden beams as a precaution against potential air raid damage

Background imageSupported Collection: Plaque to Cruiser Montcalm, Port en Bessin Normandy

Plaque to Cruiser Montcalm, Port en Bessin Normandy
The Free French Ship Montcalm was one of the three Cruisers in Bombarding Force C which supported the American Landings on Omaha Beach. It later took part in Operations in the Mediterranean

Background imageSupported Collection: Russian soldiers fighting the Germans in the snow on the eastern front during 1916

Russian soldiers fighting the Germans in the snow on the eastern front during 1916. They are supported by an armoured car that can be seen in the background. Date: 1916

Background imageSupported Collection: EMPRESS AND HEADS

EMPRESS AND HEADS
The dowager empress Tz u-Hsi shows the emperor Kuang-Hsu the heads of mandarins suspected of sympathising with the Russians, whereas she supported the Boxer Rising Date: 1904

Background imageSupported Collection: HMS Pegasus - ex HMS Ark Royal

HMS Pegasus - ex HMS Ark Royal
HMS Pegasus (ex HMS Ark Royal) at A Spithead re in 1938. HMS Pegasus was re-named from the 1914 HMS Ark Royal seaplane carrier, which saw action in WWI and in the 1920s She was re-named in 1934

Background imageSupported Collection: Metropolitan drinking Fountain and cattle trough association

Metropolitan drinking Fountain and cattle trough association, set up in London by Samuel Gurney, a Member of Parliament, and philanthropist to supported by voluntary contributions

Background imageSupported Collection: Communard forces reinforcing their position at Montmartre

Communard forces reinforcing their position at Montmartre, digging trenches and placing cannon. Leftwing National Guard soldiers supported the Commune and helped to hold Montmartre

Background imageSupported Collection: Round Wooden Table Date: 1880

Round Wooden Table Date: 1880

Background imageSupported Collection: Ionic Columns Date: 1550

Ionic Columns Date: 1550

Background imageSupported Collection: Arrival of the Nineveh Sculptures at the British Museum 1852

Arrival of the Nineveh Sculptures at the British Museum 1852
The arrival of one of the Nineveh Sculptures at the British Museum, London. The Nineveh lion, supported by a wooden frame, being winched up the stairs at the front of the museum. Date: 1852

Background imageSupported Collection: Dreadnought Hospital ship at Greenwich 1870

Dreadnought Hospital ship at Greenwich 1870
In 1870 the patients were transferred ashore to the infirmary. which was renamed the Dreadnought Seamens Hospital. HMS Dreadnought herself remained in use as an isolation hospital until she was

Background imageSupported Collection: Indian Cosmic Myth

Indian Cosmic Myth
In Indian myth, our world is supported by four Elephants standing on the back of a giant Turtle who swims with it through the Sea of Infinity

Background imageSupported Collection: The Princess Mary Caravan - The Caravaners at work. The Girls Friendly Society supported

The Princess Mary Caravan - The Caravaners at work. The Girls Friendly Society supported young women by help in finding work, providing hostels etc

Background imageSupported Collection: Istanbul, Turkey, Ottoman Empire - Entrance to Ayasofya

Istanbul, Turkey, Ottoman Empire - Entrance to Ayasofya
Istanbul, Turkey, Ottoman Empire - One of the entrances to the Ayasofya. Date: circa 1905

Background imageSupported Collection: Java, Indonesia - remarkable bridge

Java, Indonesia - remarkable bridge. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageSupported Collection: National Childrens Home (NCH) at Frodsham, Cheshire

National Childrens Home (NCH) at Frodsham, Cheshire
Girls, one supported by crutches, on the steps of the chapel at the National Childrens Home in Frodsham, Cheshire. Date: circa 1907

Background imageSupported Collection: Rosalie Wagner

Rosalie Wagner
ROSALIE WAGNER eldest sister of Richard W. who supported him staunchly through his early years but didn t live long enough to witness his success. Date: 19TH CENTURY

Background imageSupported Collection: Pierre Louis Manuel

Pierre Louis Manuel
PIERRE LOUIS MANUEL French writer who supported the revolution but favoured Louis XVI : retired to the country, he was brought back to Paris and guillotined. Date: 1751 - 1793



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