James Clark, Kilmarnock, Scotland. Around 1920
Portrait photograph of Dr James Clark (1861-1935), Principal of Central Technical Schools for Cornwall from 1899 to 1908. The photograph was taken while he was Rector at Kilmarnock Academy, Ayrshire, Scotland, between 1908 and 1926. Clark was a renowned natural historian and during his short time in Cornwall he wrote numerous papers for the Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall; The Birds of Cornwall, published by the Royal Institution of Cornwall in 1902; and compiled the majority of the zoological sections of the Victoria County History of Cornwall, Volume I, published in 1906. Photographer: Unknown.
© From the collection of the RIC
Plan of The Crown and Glove Public house and other land and property at Stannington, for sale
Lot 1 the old established Public House known by the sign of the Crown and Glove at Stannington, with barn, cohouse, vacant ground, outbuildings and appurtenances, etc;Lot 2 a cottage with small garden in Upper Gate, Stannington;Lot 3 a close of land in upper Gate;Lot 4 another close of land known as the Cricket Field, opposite Stannington Church.Pawson and Brailsford, Engravers and Printers, Sheffield.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 22 June 1864.
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Whale Shark - In baitball, fish shoal
DSE-74 WHALE SHARK - in bait ball Ningaloo Reef, W. Australia Rhincodon typus Whale Shark is the largest fish. ItÕs a harmless, filter-feeder. The baitfish form a tight school around the whale shark as refuge from predators, in this instance from Jacks / Travally (Caranx sp.) which were attempting to feed on the baitfish. Douglas David Seifert Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.
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