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Shirley F. Roy
Shirley F. Roy
 
 
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Shirley Woodman in her Girl Scout Uniform
Shirley Woodman in her Girl Scout Uniform
 
 
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Sidney Orville Sherwin, seated.
Sidney Orville Sherwin, seated.
 
 
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Signature of Thomas Pierce
Signature of Thomas Pierce
 
 
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Silver bowl Kavadh I, seated on his throne
Silver bowl Kavadh I, seated on his throne
Silver bowl showing & Khusrau of the righteous soul & (Khusrau I Anushirvan, 531-579) seated on his throne, or his father Kavadh I (488-496). This became a model representation of kingship for Byzantine art and from there, in Carolingian art. Below the king is shown in a typical scene of the mystical hunter of mouflon (Leningrad: Hermitage). 
 
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Sisters Ellen and Julia Reardon c 1933
Sisters Ellen and Julia Reardon c 1933
 
 
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St Alkmund's Church, Derby, England
St Alkmund's Church, Derby, England
The church was built in 1846 by the architect Henry Isaac Stevens[4] at a cost of £7,700 on the site of several earlier churches stretching back to the 9th century[5] all named after Saint Alkmund. It was constructed in ashlar stone in a gothic style. Inside the church was an architectural triumph, with high pillars and stone arches. The aisle and nave were wide and the church featured a chancel. The steeple was supported by flying buttresses.

The foundation stone was laid on 6 May 1844[1] and the completed church was opened on 15 September 1846 by the Bishop of Lichfield.[2]

Construction of the church caused controversy among the Roman Catholic citizens of Derby. The 216-foot (66 m) spire was built directly in the line of sight of the Catholic St Mary's Church and, for many years, the Anglican church was referred to as "The Church of the Holy Spite". Derby painter Joseph Wright was re-buried in St Alkmund's churchyard upon completion of the building in 1846.

The church was surrounded by many two- and three-storey townhouses that lined the square and churchyard. Other buildings of interest included The Lamb Inn, opened in 1835, which featured its own brewery; a gabled sweet shop dating from the 17th century sited on the corner of the square and Bridgegate; and several shops dating to medieval times, located at the Queen Street entrance to the yard. The area was described by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as 'A revival of 18th century unmatched, a quiet oasis.'[6]

During the mid-1950s it was discovered that the load-bearing wood in the steeple was warping and rotting. This led to the steeple being 'capped' and the top 20 feet were removed for restoration work to be done. This was done due to structural weaknesses being found in the stonework and woodwork in the steeple itself. Plans were laid down to replace the top of the steeple, but was never completed. Along with the top of the spire, several of the gothic detailing pieces on the roof were also removed, but no reasons for this were ever given.  
 
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St-Joseph's Church, Chambly
St-Joseph's Church, Chambly
 
 
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St. Bartholomew's Church, Corham, England
St. Bartholomew's Church, Corham, England
The area occupied by St. Bart’s church has been a centre of Christian worship for over one thousand years. There was certainly a Saxon church on this site long before the Normans invaded England in 1066 A.D. It is recorded that William the Conqueror granted the church at Corsham to the Abbey of St. Stephen at Caen in Normandy. The present building dates from the middle of the twelfth century, but there have been many changes and additions since then, ending with a major restoration in Victorian times.  
 
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St. Clothilda
St. Clothilda
 
 
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St. James' Church, Stanstead, England
St. James' Church, Stanstead, England
 
 
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St. Louis goes on Crusade
St. Louis goes on Crusade
 
 
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St. Louis IX of France
St. Louis IX of France
 
 
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St. Peter's Church, Titchfield as it appears today
St. Peter's Church, Titchfield as it appears today
Web Site of St Peter’s Church Titchfield  
 
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Statue of Andrew II Holding the Golden Bull
Statue of Andrew II Holding the Golden Bull
 
 
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Statue of Charlemagne
Statue of Charlemagne
 
 
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Statue of Duke Otto von Wittlesbach V
Statue of Duke Otto von Wittlesbach V
 
 
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Statue of El Cid
Statue of El Cid
 
 
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Stela of Pharaoh Psammetichus I
Stela of Pharaoh Psammetichus I
 
 
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Stela of Pharaoh Psammetichus II
Stela of Pharaoh Psammetichus II
 
 
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Steph and Dan at their Wedding
Steph and Dan at their Wedding
 
 
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Stephanie Wilkins
Stephanie Wilkins
 
 
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Suzanne M (Scully) Roy
Suzanne M (Scully) Roy
 
 
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Ted Sullivan
Ted Sullivan
 
 
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The <i>Enchanted Barn</i>
The Enchanted Barn
The home of Harry and Ruth Woodman in North Orange, Massachusetts 
 
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The Birth of Louis VIII
The Birth of Louis VIII
 
 
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The Boudreau Siblings: Louis, Wilfred, Georgina, and Camille Boudreau
The Boudreau Siblings: Louis, Wilfred, Georgina, and Camille Boudreau
 
 
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The Brig <i>Cesar Godeffray</i>
The Brig Cesar Godeffray
 
 
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The Brindles of Connellsville
The Brindles of Connellsville
From the left: John G. Brindle sr, Samuel Brindle, Helen Brindle, Robert Brindle, Ethel McMichael Brindle 
 
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The Charge of the Star Brigade at Cold Harbor
The Charge of the Star Brigade at Cold Harbor
Transferred to the north side of the James, the Star Brigade, now commanded by Gen. George H. Stannard, was in the general assault at Cold Harbor, June 3, the 25th Regt. losing 75 killed or mortally wounded, 122 wounded (not mortally), and 32 prisoners, a total of 229 or 76 per cent of the 300 officers and men who reported for duty that morning Thus the loss of the regiment during a period of less than four weeks was over 460 officers and men, of whom 112 were killed or mortally wounded. 
 
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The clipper <i>James Baines</b>
The clipper James Baines

Wikipedia on the James Baines  
 
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The Coronation in 751 of Pépin the Short conducted by St. Boniface, who was acting the representative of the pope.
The Coronation in 751 of Pépin the Short conducted by St. Boniface, who was acting the representative of the pope.
 
 
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The Coronation of Charlemagne
The Coronation of Charlemagne
 
 
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The Division of the Carolingian Empire by the Treaty of Verdun, 843
The Division of the Carolingian Empire by the Treaty of Verdun, 843
 
 
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The Empress Matilda
The Empress Matilda
 
 
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The Façade of Rouen Cathedral
The Façade of Rouen Cathedral
 
 
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The Fairbanks House
The Fairbanks House
The Fairbanks House in Dedham, MA is the oldest known wood structure still standing in North America. Built circa 1637 for Jonathan and Grace Fairbanks and their six children, it was home to eight generations of the Fairbanks family over the course of 268 years. The Fairbanks House is now a historic house museum and on the National Register of Historic Places. 
 
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The first Eliot School
The first Eliot School
Roxbury Latin School - the oldest school in continuous operation in North America. John Eliot hoped to instill in students a desire to live serious lives of noble purpose characterized by concern for others. 
 
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The Golden Bull
The Golden Bull
 
 
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The Littlejohn Daughters
The Littlejohn Daughters
 
 
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The Marriage of Aoife MacMurrough to Richard 'Strongbow' FitzGilbert de Clare, Earl of Pembroke
The Marriage of Aoife MacMurrough to Richard "Strongbow" FitzGilbert de Clare, Earl of Pembroke
 
 
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The Orange Pound Today
The Orange Pound Today
he Orange Town Pound is located on Wheeler Avenue north of the intersection of E Road, on the right side of the road when traveling north. 
 
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The Proclamation of the Golden Bull by Mátyás Jantyik
The Proclamation of the Golden Bull by Mátyás Jantyik
 
 
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The Rev Samuel Johnson DD
The Rev Samuel Johnson DD
 
 
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The Rev. John Eliot Preaching to the Indians
The Rev. John Eliot Preaching to the Indians
 
 
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The Rev. John Prince
The Rev. John Prince
 
 
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The strangling of Galswintha by Chilperic I
The strangling of Galswintha by Chilperic I
 
 
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The Walker Garrison
The Walker Garrison
Hudson (1889) describes it as thus: "The Walker Garrison-house is in the west part of the town, a little south of the Massachusetts Central Railroad, on the Willard Walker estate. This building is a curious structure, with massive chimney, large rooms, and heavy frame-work. It is lined within the walls with upright plank fastened with wooden pins. It may have been erected by Thomas Walker, whose name, with others, is subscribed to "The Old Petition."
 
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Throne of Charlemagne from his Tomb
Throne of Charlemagne from his Tomb
 
 
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Tintern Abbey
Tintern Abbey
 
 
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Tomb Effigies of Henry and Matilda
Tomb Effigies of Henry and Matilda
 
 
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Tomb Effigy of Charles Martel
Tomb Effigy of Charles Martel
 
 
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Tomb Effigy of Henry III
Tomb Effigy of Henry III
 
 
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Tomb Effigy of Isabella of Aragon
Tomb Effigy of Isabella of Aragon
 
 
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Tomb effigy of William Longsword in the cathedral of Rouen, dating to the 14th century
Tomb effigy of William Longsword in the cathedral of Rouen, dating to the 14th century
 
 
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Tomb of Louis VI
Tomb of Louis VI
 
 
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Tomb of Louis VII
Tomb of Louis VII
 
 
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Tomb of William I
Tomb of William I
 
 
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Turstin the Fleming  at Hastings
Turstin the Fleming at Hastings
Part of the Bayeux Tapestry showing Duke Wiliam, and Toustain ftiz Rou le Blanc, who is pointing to Duke William, and carrying the Papal banner 
 
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Tuya, wife of Seti I
Tuya, wife of Seti I
 
 
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Vladimir II Monomachos
Vladimir II Monomachos
 
 
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Wagon in the Heinz Museum
Wagon in the Heinz Museum
 
 
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Wales N. Ward
Wales N. Ward
(1849-1940) 
 
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Wedding Cup
Wedding Cup
July 1860
Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire England
Gift from a friend
 
 
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Wedding Picture of ATC Robert Roy and Jody (Boudreau) Whelpley
Wedding Picture of ATC Robert Roy and Jody (Boudreau) Whelpley
 
 
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William Henry Harrison Greene
William Henry Harrison Greene
 
 
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William Henry Harrison Greene
William Henry Harrison Greene
 
 
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William IX, Duke of Aquitaine
William IX, Duke of Aquitaine
 
 
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William L. Blanchard
William L. Blanchard
 
 
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William Longsword
William Longsword
 
 
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William Marshal
William Marshal
 
 
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William the Conqueror
William the Conqueror
 
 
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William Ward Memorial
William Ward Memorial
 
 
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William's half brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, at Hastings
William's half brother Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, at Hastings
He chose a mace for a weapon so he might shed less blood. 
 
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Xerxes I, King of Persia
Xerxes I, King of Persia
 
 
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Zacharii Dorian Speigner. 11:49PM, 3/3/08. 7lbs 13oz. 20 1/2 inches
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 

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