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Jigsaw puzzle of golfers on Prestwick golf course, Scotland, c1914 Featured Image

Jigsaw puzzle of golfers on Prestwick golf course, Scotland, c1914

Jigsaw puzzle of golfers on Prestwick golf course, Scotland, c1914. Handcut wooden puzzle of Michael Brown's picture used in the Life Association of Scotland calendar, depicting the 5th hole at Prestwick, named Himalayas because of its mountainous sand dunes. The golfers pictured are JH Taylor, George Duncan, James Braid and Harry Vardon, together with two caddies. Prestwick was the original venue for the Open Championship in 1860

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The Transvaal War, 1881: President Brand Making the Declaration of Peace at Laings Nek, (1901) Featured Image

The Transvaal War, 1881: President Brand Making the Declaration of Peace at Laings Nek, (1901)

The Transvaal War, 1881: President Brand Making the Declaration of Peace at Laing's Nek, March 24, (1901). Episode during the First Boer War: Johannes Brand (1823-1888), president of the Orange Free State, declares peace at Laing's Nek, a pass through the Drakensberg mountains (South Africa). From "The Illustrated London News Record of the Glorious Reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901: The Life and Accession of King Edward VII. and the Life of Queen Alexandra". [London, 1901]

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John Henry Newman, British cardinal, late 19th century Featured Image

John Henry Newman, British cardinal, late 19th century

John Henry Newman, British cardinal, late 19th century. Newman (1801-1890) was a leading priest in the Church of England whose conversion to Catholicism was a major event of the 1840s. Newman was a popular speaker and a scholar at Oxford, making his conversion all the more welcome to Catholics and shocking to Anglicans. Newman had been ordained as an Anglican priest in 1825; he was ordained as a Catholic priest in 1847, and in 1879 he was created a cardinal by Pope Leo XIII. His Apologia Pro Vita Sua (1864) is considered a classic among religious autobiographies. (Colorised black and white print)

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Spectrum analysis, 1873
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Spectrum analysis, 1873

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