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Images Dated 2nd September 2010

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The Four Courts, Dublin, Ireland, c1900s-c1920s(?) Featured 2 Sep 2010 Image

The Four Courts, Dublin, Ireland, c1900s-c1920s(?)

The Four Courts, Dublin, Ireland, c1900s-c1920s(?). The Four Courts building, which houses Ireland's main courts, was completed in 1802. The architect was James Gandon. The building stands on the bank of the River Liffey. It was badly damaged in 1922 during fighting in the Irish Civil War

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Zena Dare, British actress, c1900s(?).Artist: Rotary Photo Featured 2 Sep 2010 Image

Zena Dare, British actress, c1900s(?).Artist: Rotary Photo

Zena Dare, British actress, c1900s(?). Zena Dare (1887-1975) was a popular musical comedy actress of the Edwardian period. Her acting career spanned six decades, her last appearance being as Mrs Higgins in the original West End production of My Fair Lady. The play was first staged in 1958 and ran for five and a half years, with Dare the only member of the original cast to continue appearing in it until the end of its run

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RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s.Artist: Kingsway Featured 2 Sep 2010 Image

RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s.Artist: Kingsway

RMS Majestic, White Star Line steamship, c1920s. Built in Germany as the SS Bismarck, this was the largest ship in the world when she was launched in 1914. The outbreak of the First World War delayed her completion and after the war she was turned over to Britain under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and was renamed Majestic, becoming the flagship of the White Star Line. She was sold in 1936 and transferred to Rosyth in Scotland to serve as a cadet training ship, HMS Caledonia, but was badly damaged by fire in 1939 and was sold for scrap the following year

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