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Choose from 332 pictures in our Puzzle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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15 - 14 - 13. The great presidential puzzle

15 - 14 - 13. The great presidential puzzle. Illustration shows Senator Roscoe Conkling, leader of the Stalwarts group of the Republican Party, playing a puzzle game. All blocks in the puzzle are the heads of the potential Republican presidential candidates, among them Grant, Sherman, Tilden, and Blaine. Conkling rests his head on one hand and the other on Blaine's head as though ready to move it to the empty space in the box. Date 1880. 15 - 14 - 13. The great presidential puzzle. Illustration shows Senator Roscoe Conkling, leader of the Stalwarts group of the Republican Party, playing a puzzle game. All blocks in the puzzle are the heads of the potential Republican presidential candidates, among them Grant, Sherman, Tilden, and Blaine. Conkling rests his head on one hand and the other on Blaine's head as though ready to move it to the empty space in the box. Date 1880. Date:

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Mary Lawson as a dunce

An amusing study of Mary Lawson posed as 'a most alluring little dunce'. Pictured here in the Sketch in 1931, she was at the time playing Professor Hinzelmann's beautiful daughter, Gretel in 'White Horse Inn', the spectacular Tyrolean musical play by Erik Charell at the London Coliseum.

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Egyptian mathematical papyrus, Moscow

Egyptian mathematical papyrus. Known as the Moscow Mathematical Papyrus, this roll of papyrus is from Ancient Egypt and dates from the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. It was purchased in Thebes in the 1890s by Russian Egyptologist Vladimir Golenishchev. The 5.5-metre-long scroll contains 25 mathematical problems, including algebra, arithmetic and geometry. This is problem number 14, for the volume of a frustum, a truncated square pyramid (shown at left). This problem, and others, was deciphered by Soviet orientalist Vasily Vasilievich Struve. Photographed in 1971, in the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

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