A few nice recent movies images I found:
Image from page 48 of “The Tiger (student newspaper), Sept. 1918-June 1919” (1918)
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Title: The Tiger (student newspaper), Sept. 1918-June 1919
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Colorado College
Subjects: Colorado College Student publications Colorado College student newspaper College newspapers and periodicals
Publisher: Colorado College
Contributing Library: Colorado College, Tutt Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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Text Appearing Before Image:
DEPARTMENTS OF ENGINEERING, MUSIC. ARTS AND SCIENCES, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND BANKING, For information apply to the Secretary,
Text Appearing After Image:
Volume XXI. COLORADO SPRINGS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2(1, 1918 Number 17 TIGERS vs. MINISTERS ON THANKSGIVING DAY PROSPECI of abolition WONDERFUL TREAT FOR ISCHCDULC of study qasses fm OfflCER WILE Of S. A. f. C. UNITS YET MEN THANKSGIVING DAY FOR IFIE WEEK IS ANNOUNCED I I Inductions Extended to De-ROTHY HAD MEN OUT! ceinber First PARTY, DINNER, RIDE YESTERDAY – AND MOVIE SHOW Two Sections and SevenClasses To Go In Machines The Colorado College Tigers willjourney to Denver again ThanksgivingDay for the annual game with the Den-ver University eleven, unless weatherconditions or the rules of the DenverBoard of Health forbid the contest.Judging by the weather which the reg-ion has been experiencing in the pastfew days the chances of calling off thecontest altogether are only too good. The recent snows have kept the Tig-ers off Washburn Field since Fridaybut immediately upon his arrival Rothygave them a good workout. But un-less the field dries off today the teamwill not be in any wonderful s
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The Housekeeper was sacked last week!
Image by National Library of Ireland on The Commons
The title on this shot is ""Upton", Newtown, smoking room :
commissioned by Captain Greathead" which almost sounds like the name of a James Bond movie character! The similarity with the drawing room in a recent Clonbrock image is striking, especially the fussy arrangement and profusion of pictures on the walls.
There seems to be some agreement that this photo was taken on Sunday 24th April 1898. Well done to all who spotted this.
It seems that the house has been demolished to improve the facilities at De La Salle College.
Niall McAuley identifies Harvey Greathed as the owner of the house at the time.
Photographer: A. H. Poole
Collection: Poole Photographic Studio, Waterford
Date: ca. April 1898
NLI Ref: POOLEWP 0917
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