The Lawn At The University Of Virginia
Engraving shows the main lawn and quadrangle of the campus of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, circa 1830s. The Thomas Jefferson-designed rotunda at the head of the lawn burned in 1895 and was replaced by a Stanford White design which was itself replaced by a reconstruction of the original in 1976. (Photo by Kean Collection/Getty Images)
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Convair JC-131B O-53-7791
Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 (MSN 243), (the letter O denotes Obsolete), modified as JC-131B test-bed. Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in January 1971 and sed for zero gravity astronaut training, named Sine Gravitate. With windows removed and two Solar T41 APUs in underwing pylon-mounted pods, this JC-131B was the original Vomit Comet. Disposed of to MASDC (Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center) at Davis-Monthan Air Base in Arizona, sold and placed on the civil registry as N3782V. The registration was cancelled on 12 August 2003. Date: 1970s
© (c) The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans
Music - The Wurzels - 1967
In London with the 'Zummerset Zound' came Adge Cutler and the Wurzels for a special reception at EMI House. Their songs and ditties originated as musical accompaniments to cider drinking in Somerset pubs, they now travel all over England. They are (l-r) Johnny Macey, Reg Chant, Adge Cutler and Reg Quantrell.