Salvation Army Social Campaign propaganda poster, London, c.1910 (chromolitho)
XND75970 Salvation Army Social Campaign propaganda poster, London, c.1910 (chromolitho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: In Darkest England and the Way Out.
A broadside on the Salvation Army's scheme to redress the social evils afflicting England; with a lithograph printed in colour, showing in the foreground a stormy sea ("Ocean of Misery") with a ship-wreck, the survivors being pulled from the sea by members of the Salvation Army and guided to an utopian England with solutions for all social problems; with lithographic titles, inscriptions, and Key to the chart in two columns. This chart is a pictorial representation of the benefits envisaged from the application of the Salvation Army's scheme for dealing with the social problems of 'Darkest England', as described in William Booth's book "In Darkest England and the Way Out" (first publ.1890), in which the chart was published. The ultimate solution to England's problems was emigration to the colonies.); English, out of copyright
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'Sir I. Harrington', (1611-1677), 1830. Creator: Unknown
'Sir I. Harrington', (1611-1677), 1830. James Harrington (or Harington) (1611-1677) English political theorist of classical republicanism educated at Trinity College, Oxford known for his controversial work, The Commonwealth of Oceana, an exposition on an ideal constitution, designed for development of a utopian republic. From "Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard. [Thomas Tegg, R. Griffin and Co., J. Cumming, London, Glasgow and Dublin, 1830]
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June 8, 1998 - Center of the orthographic projection is at latitude 30 degrees S., longitude 210 degrees. Toward the top, the lowland plains of Elysium and Utopia Planitiae are separated from the darker heavily cratered highlands by a broad escarpment. The far bottom left is marked by the large light-colored ancient Hellas impact basin. The permanent south polar residual ice cap is located near the bottom.
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