Pals - National Archetypes
The national archtypes of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England, represented by an Irishman in green holding a shillelagh, a Scotsman with ginger beard and a kilt, a Welsh lady in traditional costume and John Bull. The card is entitled "Pals".
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Archetypes, Beard, Black Thorn, Britain, Bull, Costume, England, Ginger, Green, Historical, History, Ireland, Irishman, John, Kilt, Lady, National, Pals, Scot Land, Scotsman, Shillelagh, Sporran, Traditional, Wales, Welsh
A Little Supper Party by Hal Bevan Petman
Front cover of The Bystander featuring an illustration of a flirtatious looking flapper girl, enjoying a drink and a cigarette, but, apparently, very little food. Bevan Petman was known for the 'Petman Girls' during the 1920s, a series of coquettish flappers that evoke the period perfectly. Date: 1927
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Baked gingerbread, thermogram
Baked gingerbread. Thermogram of gingerbread men cooling on a rack after being baked. The colours show variations in temperature. The scale runs from white (warmest), through yellow, orange, red and purple to blue (coldest). Thermography records the temperature of surfaces by detecting long- wavelength infrared radiation.
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