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Images Dated 4th May 2018

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Sturts Desert Peas Featured 4 May 2018 Print

Sturts Desert Peas

Sturt's Desert Pea (described as Clianthus formosus) was adopted as the floral emblem of the state of South Australia on 23 November 1961. The iconic status of Sturt's Desert Pea in Australia, and particularly in South Australia, has ensured its use as a popular subject in artwork and photography, as well as a decorative motif, and in a range of commercial uses. Sturt's Desert Pea has also made many appearances in prose and verse, as well as featuring in some aboriginal legends

© Vince Brophy

Russia - Kazan - Baumana Street with Tram Featured 4 May 2018 Print

Russia - Kazan - Baumana Street with Tram

Baumana Street is a (now) pedestrianised street in the heart of Kazan, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. It is named after Nikolay Bauman, a Russian revolutionary, and is located in the central part of the city. The street starts at the foot of the Kremlin and reaches Tukay Square, the central square in the city. Date: circa 1920s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The new U.P.W. Headquarters, Clapham, London Featured 4 May 2018 Print

The new U.P.W. Headquarters, Clapham, London

The new U.P.W. (Union of Postal Workers) Headquarters, Clapham, London. The architect, L A Culliford designed the new headquarters for the Union of Post Office Workers roughly on the footprint of the original Grove Lodge (with a frontage on Abbeville Road). This building was opened on 16th July 1937. An article in The Builder in September 1937 gave a detailed description and several photographs. It pointed out that the building had been planned to take advantage of the pleasant surroundings with all working rooms facing south, and storage and filing rooms on the north side. Now the building is 9 Metropolitan Crescent after conversion to apartments. Date: 1937

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection