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"Unveiling the Timeless Tapestry: A Journey Through the Pages of Ms

Background imageMagazine Collection: MS. MAGAZINE, 1972. Cover of the first issue of Ms. magazine, spring 1972

MS. MAGAZINE, 1972. Cover of the first issue of Ms. magazine, spring 1972

Background imageMagazine Collection: The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. (1941)

The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. (1941)
The Virgin and Child with Angels: Leaf of the Wilton Diptych, c1395. Housed in The National Gallery, London. From The Connoisseur, 1941 edited by H. Granville Fell. [The National Magazine Co

Background imageMagazine Collection: The Lace Maker, 1662. Artist: Gaspar Netscher

The Lace Maker, 1662. Artist: Gaspar Netscher
The Lace Maker, 1662. Painting held at The Wallace Collection, London. From The Connoisseur Volume XLIII. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1915]

Background imageMagazine Collection: DOYLE: SHERLOCK HOLMES. Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty locked in mortal combat at

DOYLE: SHERLOCK HOLMES. Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty locked in mortal combat at the Reichenbach Falls. Wood engraving after a drawing by Sidney Paget from the Strand magazine for Sir Arthur

Background imageMagazine Collection: Muscles used in cycling, 19th century

Muscles used in cycling, 19th century
Muscles used in cycling. Artwork from the tenth volume (second period of 1892) of the French popular science weekly La Science Illustree

Background imageMagazine Collection: HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. I saw a figure of a man upon the tor

HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. I saw a figure of a man upon the tor. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the March 1902 issue of the Strand magazine for the serial publication of Sir Arthur Conan Doyles

Background imageMagazine Collection: The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931, (1943). Creator: Grant DeVolson Wood

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931, (1943). Creator: Grant DeVolson Wood
The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1931, (1943). Depiction of the legendary journey of American patriot Paul Revere from Boston to Lexington in 1775

Background imageMagazine Collection: The Macnab, 1802. (1922). Artist: Henry Raeburn

The Macnab, 1802. (1922). Artist: Henry Raeburn
The Macnab, 1802. A portrait of Francis Macnab (1734-1816), landowner and 16th chief of Clan Macnab. From The Connoisseur Volume LXIII [Otto Limited, London, 1922.]

Background imageMagazine Collection: Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner

Hastings, 19th century (1910). Artist: JMW Turner
Hastings, 19th century (1910). From The Connoisseur magazine (September 1910)

Background imageMagazine Collection: DOYLE: SHERLOCK HOLMES, 1893. Holmes opened it and smelled the single cigar which it contained

DOYLE: SHERLOCK HOLMES, 1893. Holmes opened it and smelled the single cigar which it contained. Sherlock Holmes. Illustration by Sidney Paget for Arthur Conan Doyles The Adventure of the Resident

Background imageMagazine Collection: Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John Watson. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the Strand magazine for

Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John Watson. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the Strand magazine for Sir Arthur Conan
DOYLE: SHERLOCK HOLMES. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John Watson. Illustration by Sidney Paget from the Strand magazine for Sir Arthur Conan Doyles story, The Adventure of Silver Blaze, 1892

Background imageMagazine Collection: Frau im Mond advert, 1929

Frau im Mond advert, 1929
Frau im Mond advert. The science fiction silent film Woman in the Moon (German: Frau im Mond), released in 1929, was written and directed by Austrian film-maker Fritz Lang

Background imageMagazine Collection: Portsmouth, c1824-5, (1905). Artist: JMW Turner

Portsmouth, c1824-5, (1905). Artist: JMW Turner
Portsmouth, c1824-5. Painting held in the Tate, London. From The Connoisseur 1905 [Otto Limited, London, 1905.]

Background imageMagazine Collection: Bonsai dwarf pine, 1889 C013 / 8769

Bonsai dwarf pine, 1889 C013 / 8769
Bonsai dwarf pine, 19th-century artwork. This specimen is from Japan, and is 150 years old. Bonsai is the art of cultivating ornamental artificially-dwarfed varieties of trees

Background imageMagazine Collection: GOLFING: MAGAZINE COVER. The Wearing of the Green. Life magazine golf number cover, 1921

GOLFING: MAGAZINE COVER. The Wearing of the Green. Life magazine golf number cover, 1921

Background imageMagazine Collection: GIRLS FASHIONS, 1952. Page from the September 1952 issue of McCalls magazine

GIRLS FASHIONS, 1952. Page from the September 1952 issue of McCalls magazine, featuring the character Betsy McCall, a paper doll whose cut-out dresses were based on actual fashions manufactured by

Background imageMagazine Collection: HOME APPLIANCE AD, 1926. Advertisement for the Hoover vacuum cleaner from an American magazine of

HOME APPLIANCE AD, 1926. Advertisement for the Hoover vacuum cleaner from an American magazine of 1926

Background imageMagazine Collection: Cornish tin mines, 19th century

Cornish tin mines, 19th century
Cornish tin mines, 19th-century artwork. These mines are in the parish of St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, UK. 19th-century tin mines in this area date back to 1721

Background imageMagazine Collection: MARILYN MONROE (1926-1962). American cinema actress. Marilyn

MARILYN MONROE (1926-1962). American cinema actress. Marilyn. 100 pinup photographs of Marilyn Monroe selected by Sydney Skolsky, c1954

Background imageMagazine Collection: Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)

Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving)
6034909 Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Punch cartoon: A Warning - Wagners Ring Cycle)

Background imageMagazine Collection: I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, c1840-1880, (1923)

I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, c1840-1880, (1923). Artist: Hablot Knight Browne
I Make Myself Known to My Aunt. Etching from David Copperfield, 1840-1880, (1923). David Copperfield is the eighth novel by Charles Dickens

Background imageMagazine Collection: Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904

Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904
ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1904. Jack and the Wall Street Giants. American lithograph cartoon by Udo Keppler, 1904, depicting a tiny President Theodore Roosevelt preparing to wield the sword of Public

Background imageMagazine Collection: Calots spinal surgery, 19th century

Calots spinal surgery, 19th century
Calots spinal surgery, 19th-century artwork. This operation is being carried out by the French surgeon Jean-Francois Calot (1861-1944) on a condition known as Potts disease

Background imageMagazine Collection: Oil well, 19th century

Oil well, 19th century
Oil well. Crude oil erupting from a wellhead in a 19th-century oil field. The wellhead is the structure used to contain and pump oil as it reaches the surface from deep underground, often, as here

Background imageMagazine Collection: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)

Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)
6034701 Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames)

Background imageMagazine Collection: Fencing Match Between Mademoiselle La Chevaliere D Eon De Beaumont and Monsieur De Saint George

Fencing Match Between Mademoiselle La Chevaliere D Eon De Beaumont and Monsieur De Saint George, 1787. After Charles Jean Robineau. From Connoisseur Extra No. 5 - Old Sporting Prints by Ralph Nevill

Background imageMagazine Collection: Dream Idyll (A Valkyrie), 1902, (1905) Artist: Edward Robert Hughes

Dream Idyll (A Valkyrie), 1902, (1905) Artist: Edward Robert Hughes
Dream Idyll (A Valkyrie), 1902. From The Connoisseur 1905 [Otto Limited, London, 1905.]

Background imageMagazine Collection: Marconi with his radio, 19th century

Marconi with his radio, 19th century
Marconi with his radio, 19th-century artwork. The apparatus consists of a receiver and a transmitter. Italian physicist Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937)

Background imageMagazine Collection: Manchester Ship Canal, 19th century

Manchester Ship Canal, 19th century
Manchester Ship Canal, 19th-century artwork. This canal, constructed between 1887 and 1893, opened on 1 January 1894. It provided a route for shipping from the Mersey Estuary to Manchester, UK

Background imageMagazine Collection: WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927

WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927, illustrating The War of the Worlds by H. G
WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927, illustrating " The War of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells

Background imageMagazine Collection: Mary Rossam, c1734, (1930). Creator: Joseph Highmore

Mary Rossam, c1734, (1930). Creator: Joseph Highmore
Mary Rossam, c1734, (1930). Portrait of a woman, 1st Wife of Rev. S. F. Swinden. From " The Connoisseur", Volume 86, edited by C. Reginald Grundy. [The Connoisseur Ltd, London, 1930]

Background imageMagazine Collection: Holmes Lashed Furiously, 1892. Artist: Sidney E Paget

Holmes Lashed Furiously, 1892. Artist: Sidney E Paget
Holmes Lashed Furiously, 1892. Illustration from The Adventure of the Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle. From The Strand Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly - Vol. III

Background imageMagazine Collection: Galileos Jovian moon observations, 1610

Galileos Jovian moon observations, 1610
Galileos Jovian moon observations. These first six observations of the four largest moons of Jupiter are from the work Sidereus Nuncius (1610) by the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

Background imageMagazine Collection: Beekeeping, 19th century

Beekeeping, 19th century
Beekeeping, 19th-century artwork. Beekeeper extracting honey from honeycombs obtained from a beehive. Bees collect nectar from a wide range of flowering plants

Background imageMagazine Collection: Fridtjof Nansen, Norwegian explorer

Fridtjof Nansen, Norwegian explorer
Fridtjof Nansen (1861-1930), Norwegian explorer, biologist and humanitarian. In 1888 he was the first to cross the Greenland ice sheet and showed that it covered the entire island

Background imageMagazine Collection: Fire sprinklers, 19th century

Fire sprinklers, 19th century
Fire sprinklers. This system of sprinklers was designed to extinguish fires, and here has been installed in a theatre in 19th-century France

Background imageMagazine Collection: Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889. Creators: Joseph Keppler, Bernhard Gillam

Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889. Creators: Joseph Keppler, Bernhard Gillam
Cartoon from Puck, between 1880 and 1889

Background imageMagazine Collection: Dickens Centenary Stamp, 1912. Artist: Stephen Reid

Dickens Centenary Stamp, 1912. Artist: Stephen Reid
Dickens Centenary Stamp, 1912. The Charles Dickens (1812-1870) centenary was celebrated in 1912, a committee was established to collect funds for the benefit of the descendants of the great writer

Background imageMagazine Collection: Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). Artist: Guillaume Desremaulx

Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). Artist: Guillaume Desremaulx
Knight with the Arms of Jean de Daillon, c1480 (1946). This tapestry is held by the Montacute House, Somerset. From The Connoisseur Vol. 117, edited by H. Granville Fell. [The National Magazine Co

Background imageMagazine Collection: Lancaster, from the Aqueduct Bridge, c1825. Artist: JMW Turner

Lancaster, from the Aqueduct Bridge, c1825. Artist: JMW Turner
Lancaster, from the Aqueduct Bridge, c1825. Painting housed in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. From The Connoisseur Volume LXXXVIII, edited by C. Reginald Grundy

Background imageMagazine Collection: U. s. Grant Cartoon, 1880

U. s. Grant Cartoon, 1880
U.S. GRANT CARTOON, 1880. American cartoon by Joseph Keppler from Puck Magazine, 1880, attacking the corruption of the Grant administration and opposing a third presidential term

Background imageMagazine Collection: The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). Creator: Winslow Homer

The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). Creator: Winslow Homer
The Gulf Stream, 1899, (1943). A man drifts on his fishing boat which has lost its mast. Sharks surround the boat, and a waterspout approaches ominously

Background imageMagazine Collection: Eclipse, c18th century, (1902). Artist: George Stubbs

Eclipse, c18th century, (1902). Artist: George Stubbs
Eclipse, c18th century. Eclipse (1764-1789) was an outstanding, undefeated 18th-century British thoroughbred racehorse. From The Connoisseur Vol. III [Otto Limited, London, 1902.]

Background imageMagazine Collection: Master Hare, 1789. Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds

Master Hare, 1789. Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds
Master Hare, 1789. Painting held at the Musee du Louvre, Paris. From The Connoisseur Volume L. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1918]

Background imageMagazine Collection: The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Artist: Edouard Manet

The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Artist: Edouard Manet
The House at Rueil, 1882 (1926). Original found in the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. From Apollo magazine, volume IV, no 21 (September 1926)

Background imageMagazine Collection: Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
Study of hands, 15th century (1930). Found in the Windsor collection. From Apollo magazine, volume XII, no 71 (November 1930)

Background imageMagazine Collection: David Essex reads the NME

David Essex reads the NME
in a scene from That ll Be The Day

Background imageMagazine Collection: THE ETUDE MUSIC MAGAZINE. Front cover, March 1926

THE ETUDE MUSIC MAGAZINE. Front cover, March 1926



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"Unveiling the Timeless Tapestry: A Journey Through the Pages of Ms. Magazine" Step into a time capsule and travel back to spring 1972, as we explore the captivating cover of the first issue of Ms. Magazine. This groundbreaking publication paved the way for feminist voices to be heard, empowering women across generations. Venturing further into history, we stumble upon an intriguing scene from "The Hound of the Baskervilles. " The figure of a man upon the tor sparks curiosity and sets our imagination ablaze with Sherlock Holmes' deductive prowess. In another corner, a Punch cartoon depicts Faraday giving his card to Father Thames, capturing both scientific intrigue and artistic wit in one engraving. Meanwhile, muscles used in cycling during the 19th century showcase humanity's quest for physical achievement and progress. Turning over yet another page reveals a warning about Wagner's Ring Cycle through an enchanting Punch cartoon engraving. It transports us to an era where music held immense power over hearts and minds. Henry Raeburn's masterpiece "The Macnab" takes us on a visual journey through time as we witness Scottish landscapes come alive with rich hues and intricate details that captivate our senses. Delicately preserved within these pages is also an exquisite bonsai dwarf pine from 1889—a testament to nature's ability to thrive even when confined by human hands. Sherlock Holmes once again graces our presence alongside Dr. John Watson in Sidney Paget's iconic illustration from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of Silver Blaze. " Their partnership reminds us that true friendship can conquer any mystery or challenge thrown their way. As we delve deeper into history, Cornish tin mines transport us back to an era defined by grit, determination, and industrial revolution—a reminder of how far humanity has come in its pursuit of progress.