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Images Dated 5th October 2010

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St Patricks Cathedral, New York City, New York, USA, 1902 Featured 5 Oct 2010 Print

St Patricks Cathedral, New York City, New York, USA, 1902

St Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, New York, USA, 1902. The Catholic St Patrick's Cathedral stands on 5th Avenue between 50th and 51st Streets. It was built in Neo-Gothic style between 1858 and 1878

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Mr Morphy, the Celebrated Chessplayer, 19th century Featured 5 Oct 2010 Print

Mr Morphy, the Celebrated Chessplayer, 19th century

Mr Morphy, the Celebrated Chessplayer, 19th century. Paul Morphy (1837-1884) was an American chess prodigy who went on to become the most celebrated chess master of his time and the unofficial world champion

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Bells telephone in operation, late 19th century.Artist: Gilbert Featured 5 Oct 2010 Print

Bells telephone in operation, late 19th century.Artist: Gilbert

Bell's telephone in operation, late 19th century. Scottish-born American inventor Bell (1847-1922) filed the patent for his telephone at the United States Patent Office at 3pm on 14 February 1876, just 2 hours before a rival device developed by Elisha Gray. In 1878 he demonstrated the telephone to Queen Victoria at her residence, Osborne House, on the Isle of Wight. On the evening of 14 January 1878 contact was made with nearby Osborne Cottage and terminals in Southampton and London

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