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Images Dated 22nd July 2005

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Liberty and Co BL27070_014 Featured 22 Jul 2005 Image

Liberty and Co BL27070_014

LIBERTY'S, Regent Street, London. Interior of Liberty's newly completed Arts and Crafts Tudor style department store, showing the gallery and light well. This extraordinary building was constructed in 1922-24 using timbers from HMS Hindustan and HMS Impregnable. It was a remarkable reaction to the early twentieth century vogue for stone dressed steel-framed buildings. Designed by Edwin T. Hall and E. Stanley Hall. This photograph was commissioned by Higgs and Hill, builders. Photographed by Bedford Lemere and Co. in 1924

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Portrait of Isaac Newton Featured 22 Jul 2005 Image

Portrait of Isaac Newton

Engraving of Isaac Newton (1642-1727), English scientist & mathematician. In 1687 Newton published Principia Mathematica in which he stated the three laws of mechanics describing the motion of a body. From these Newton was able to deduce the law of universal gravitation. The engraving is from Great Astronomers by Sir Robert S. Ball, FRS; published by Ibister & Co., London (1895)


Columbus tissue sample Featured 22 Jul 2005 Image

Columbus tissue sample

Tissue sample. Tube containing a sample of tissue from what may be the remains of the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus (background). The DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in the sample will be compared to that of an illegitimate son, Hernando, and some thought to be from Columbus son, Diego. The study hopes to determine whether remains in Seville, Spain, or in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, are those of Columbus. Columbus died in 1506 in Valladolid, Spain. He was first buried there before being moved in 1537 to Santo Domingo. In 1795 his remains were moved to Cuba, before finally moving to Seville in 1898. It is possible the wrong remains were taken to Cuba. Degradation and contamination of the DNA has hampered the analysis