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Images Dated 21st July 2016

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Vanda miss joaquim orchid, national flower of Singapore Featured 21 Jul 2016 Print

Vanda miss joaquim orchid, national flower of Singapore

This orchid (Vanda Miss Joaquim), also known as the Singapore orchid and the Princess Aloha orchid is a hybrid between Vanda teres and Vanda hookeriana. Described in 1893, this was the first orchid hybrid to be described from Singapore.
The orchid was named after Agnes Joaquim in whose garden the hybrid originated and who bred the world's first cultivated orchid hybrid.
It was selected to be the National Flower of Singapore in 1981

© 2016 Frans Sellies

Bahram wins the Epsom Derby, 1935 Featured 21 Jul 2016 Print

Bahram wins the Epsom Derby, 1935

A page from The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, showing the racehorse Bahram(marked with a cross) with a clear run round Tattenham Corner at the Epsom Derby in 1935. Pry II is dropping back beaten just ahead of Bahram, whilst Field Trial is in the lead. Robin Goodfellow is on the extreme outside of the next bunch of hourses, in black and gold hoops. Also pictured is the finish, with Bahram passing the post two field lengths in front of Ronbin Goodfellow. Date: 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sudan - A group of Hadendoa Warriors Featured 21 Jul 2016 Print

Sudan - A group of Hadendoa Warriors

Sudan - A group of Hadendoa Warriors. The Hadendoa is the name of a nomadic subdivision of the Beja people, known for their support of the Mahdiyyah rebellion during the 1880s to 1890s. The area historically inhabited by the Hadendoa is today parts of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea. Their elaborate hairdressing (pictured here) gained them the name of "Fuzzy-wuzzies" among the British troops during the Mahdist War. Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection