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The Polar Party at the South Pole Featured S Print

The Polar Party at the South Pole

Photographer: Ponting, Herbert (1870-1935). Expedition: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13. Leader: Captain Robert Falcon Scott. Date: January 1912. Wilson, Scott, Evans, Oates, Bowers stand in a line in front of Amundsen's tent(variation made by Ponting from an original photograph by Henry Bowers)

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

Grotto in an iceberg. Terra Nova in the distance. Taylor and Wright (Interior). January 5th 1911 Featured S Print

Grotto in an iceberg. Terra Nova in the distance. Taylor and Wright (Interior). January 5th 1911

Photographer:Ponting, Herbert (1870-1935)
Location:Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
Expedition:British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13
Leader:Capt Robert Falcon Scott
Date:1911
Grotto in an iceberg. Terra Nova in the distance. Taylor and Wright (Interior). January 5th 1911

© Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730 Featured S Print

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730

This is a striking colourful picture map of Birmingham in 1730, originally imagined & drawn from city records by Bernard Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis, 1923. Originally printed by the Kynoch Press A.D. 1924, and published by Cornish Bros. Limited 39 New Street. This is a wonderfully detailed colourful pictorial map showing roads, the river Rea, principal buildings and the many dwellings, artisans workshops at a time when Birmingham rural aspect was about to transform into an industrial town rapidly growing outwards consuming the then far off villages that now form part of what is now the countries second city