Image from page 52 of “Academy notes” (1875)

Image from page 52 of “Academy notes” (1875)
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Identifier: academynotes18828roya
Title: Academy notes
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Authors: Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) Blackburn, Henry, 1830-1897, ed
Subjects: Art
Publisher: London : Chatto and Windus
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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V. COLE LESLIE CENTRALHALL OOOR III. 278 279 280 281277 276 275 274 LESLIE >JSDFLL SANI GOaUALl FETTB 205 206 207 208 211 210 209 212 213 214 15 218 217 216 219 220 272 27 ^RMITAGE HOLL PETTIE MAKES FAED arONE /222 221 ^ooeRf. 268 267 8r,0 261 2*^0 252 251 242 241236 235 226 225 223 269 205 262 259 254 253249 250 243 240 237 234 TV 224 270 264 263 258 257 255 248 ** 239 238 233 227 271 256 24;^*^^ 232 231 230 228 229

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^NO. 204 78 X 48. No. 204. * Prince Arthur and HtiberC W. F. Ye AMES, R. A. The principal pictures at the head of Gallery III. are the above ;F. Goodalls Memphis! and MARCUS Stones Bad News: 22 Academy Notesy 1882. No. 200. The Golden Age; a child, nude. W. C. T. DOBSON, R. A.

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Teddy Roosevelt at Kansas City, Kansas

Teddy Roosevelt at Kansas City, Kansas
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Title: Teddy Roosevelt at Kansas City, Kansas

Alternative Title: [President Theodore Roosevelt in Kansas City, Kansas]

Creator: Underwood & Underwood

Date: September 28, 1900

Part of: Doris A. and Lawrence H. Budner Theodore Roosevelt Photograph Collection

Place: Manhattan, Kansas

Physical Description: 1 photographic print: gelatin silver; 25.5 x 20.5 cm

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Image from page 46 of “Boone County Recorder” (1922)

Image from page 46 of “Boone County Recorder” (1922)
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Identifier: Boone_County_Recorder_Vol_48_1922
Title: Boone County Recorder
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Boone County Recorder
Subjects: Boone County, Kentucky newspapers
Publisher: Boone County Recorder
Contributing Library: Boone County Public Library
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IS A PLEASED CUSTOMER Spectacles and Eyeglasses that Fitthe face and Fit the sight the kindwe sell. Phone South 1746 Jj-Xv. N. F. JrENN,6i3 Madison Ave. – Covington. Ky grand ;;, r Cincinnati ALL WEfcKBEG. SUN. FEB.19 MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY John Golden Will Present THE PLAY THAT BROKE THE WORLDS RECORD

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Staged by W Inched Smith 3 SOLID YEARS ON BROADWAY 3 ^^ 1211 Times at the Gaiety Theatre ** SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE CAST THAT GOES TO LONDON Milton Nobles, Bessie Bacon, Percy Winter, Stuart Fox. Others MAIL ORDERS NOW BEING FILLED

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Haarzuilens NL – Kasteel de Haar 04

Haarzuilens NL – Kasteel de Haar 04
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Castle De Haar is located near Haarzuilens, in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands. The current buildings, all built upon the original castle, date from 1892 and are the work of Dutch architect P.J.H. Cuypers, in a Neo-Gothic restoration project funded by the Rothschild family.

The oldest historical record of a building at the location of the current castle dates to 1391. In that year, the family De Haar received the castle and the surrounding lands as fiefdom from Hendrik van Woerden. The castle remained in the ownership of the De Haar family until 1440, when the last male heir died childless. The castle then passed to the Van Zuylen family. In 1482, the castle was burned down and the walls were torn down, except for the parts that did not have a military function. These parts probably were incorporated into the castle when it was rebuilt during the early 16th century. The castle is mentioned in an inventory of the possessions of Steven van Zuylen from 1506, and again in a list of fiefdoms in the province Utrecht from 1536. The oldest image of the castle dates to 1554 and shows that the castle had been largely rebuilt by then. After 1641, when Johan van Zuylen van der Haar died childless, the castle seems to have gradually fallen into ruins. The castle escaped from total destruction by the French during the Rampjaar 1672. In 1890, De Haar was inherited by Etienne Gustave Frédéric Baron van Zuylen van Nyevelt van de Haar, who was married to Baroness Hélène de Rothschild. They contracted architect Pierre Cuypers in 1892 to rebuild the ruinous castle, which took 15 years.

Chevy Malibu at Sunset

Chevy Malibu at Sunset
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Can you believe Alamo ran out of rental cars? That’s like KFC running out of chicken… which ironically happened to me before as well. There was literally a line of people waiting for cars. Did I mention that this Alamo was in Las Vegas? I could understand if this was a small town in Alaska, but in Vegas. How does a rental car company run out of cars in Vegas? Needless to say I waited 60 minutes in the freezing cold before cars started trickling in. Lucky for me I was one of the first in line. After being offered and denying a few gas guzzlers, I settle for this Chevy Malibu. I was absolutely amazed at how comfortable this car was. This was the first car that I’ve driven 5 hours straight without feeling any discomfort. I felt like I could have driven this car forever. This Chevy Malibu ended up being exactly what I need. It lacked a little bit of horse power but a perfect car for traveling.

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Image taken from page 143 of ‘Resources of California. Prepared in conformity with a law approved March 11, 1893. By H. H. Markham, Governor. [Or rather, written by various authors, and edited by E. W. Maslin. Illustrated.]’

Image taken from page 143 of ‘Resources of California. Prepared in conformity with a law approved March 11, 1893. By H. H. Markham, Governor. [Or rather, written by various authors, and edited by E. W. Maslin. Illustrated.]’
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Title: "Resources of California. Prepared in conformity with a law approved March 11, 1893. By H. H. Markham, Governor. [Or rather, written by various authors, and edited by E. W. Maslin. Illustrated.]"
Author: MARKHAM, H. H.
Contributor: MASLIN, E. W.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10411.d.32."
Page: 143
Place of Publishing: Sacramento
Date of Publishing: 1893
Publisher: State Office
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002385401

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