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Image from page 16 of “Health in home and town” (1922)
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Title: Health in home and town
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Brown, Bertha Millard, b. 1870
Subjects: Sanitation, Household Public health
Publisher: Boston, New York [etc.] D.C. Heath and company
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lt to keep healthful conditions whenmore than two persons use the same sleeping-room. Convenient Homes. — In cities and towns manymodern conveniences are now considered necessary.The house must be lighted by gas or electricity. Thegas-range must take the place of, or supplement, thekitchen-range. Running hot and cold water are avail-able ail over the house. The speaking tubes andelectric bells save many steps for the housekeeper.Laundry-tubs and basins as well as a complete drainagesystem lighten much of the work. The house is keptcomfortably warm both day and night, and is furnishedwith a continuous and abundant supply of fresh air.The telephone makes it possible to call the butcher, thegrocer, the laundry-man, or any other tradesman with-out leaving the house. THE HEALTHFUL HOME 3 Dangers of the Modern Home. — The up-to-datedwelling equipped with gas, water, drains, and heatmust be kept in repair. Otherwise, these very conve-niences may serve only as a menace to health. Escaping

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A Healthful Home where Sunshine and Fresh Air are Abundant gas, dripping water, open drains, coal gas, and foul airhave injured the health of many unsuspecting persons.Because a leak is unnoticed and unrepaired is no proofthat it will do no harm. The Beautiful Home. — We have come to recognizethat attractive and beautiful homes make for health.The green lawn, the flowering shrubs, and the beautifulgarden form the most natural setting for a home. Treesplanted along the street or at some distance from the 4 HEALTH IN HOME AND TOWN house lessen the intense heat of summer. From thefirst, a generous plan should be made for the finishing,decorating, and furnishing of the home. When addi-tions are needed, from time to time, they should be inharmony with this plan. All the members of the familyshould take a pride in making the home attractive andbeautiful as well as hygienic. Importance of the Home. — The home is the essen-tial feature of all civilized life. It has the greatest in-fluencehealthinhometown00brow

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Image from page 388 of “Farthest north; being the record of a voyage of exploration of the ship “Fram” 1893-96, and of a fifteen months’ sleigh journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen” (1897)
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Title: Farthest north; being the record of a voyage of exploration of the ship "Fram" 1893-96, and of a fifteen months’ sleigh journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Nansen, Fridtjof, 1861-1930 Sverdrup, Otto Neumann, 1854-1930
Subjects: "Fram" Expedition. 1893-1896)
Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers
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lminating point of the festival came when twoboxes with Christmas presents were produced. The onewas from Hansens mother, the other from his fiancee—Miss Fougner. It was touching to see the childlikepleasure with which each man received his gift—it mightbe a pipe or a knife or some little knickknack — hefelt that it was like a message from home. After thisthere were speeches; and then the Framsjaa appeared,with an illustrated supplement, selections from whichare given. The drawings are the work of the famousArctic draughtsman, Huttetu. Here are two verses fromthe poem for the day: THE WINTER NIGHT 345 When the ships path is stopped by fathom-thick ice, And winters white covering is spread,■When were quite given up to the power of the stream. Oh ! tis then that so often of home we must dream. We wish them all joy at this sweet Christmas-tide,Health and happiness for the next year, Ourseh^es patience to wait; twill bring us to the Pole,And home the next spring, never fear! «=^:

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I. PROMENADE IN TIMES OF PEACE WITH SVERDRUPS PATENT FOOT-GEAR {From the Fraiiisjaa^) There were many more poems, among others onegiving some account of the principal events of the lastweeks, in this style: Bears are seen, and dogs are born, Cakes are baked, both small and large;Henriksen, he does not fall. Spite of bears most violent charge;Mogstad with his rifle clicks,Jacobsen with long lance sticks, 346 FARTHEST NORTH and so on. There was a long ditty on the subject of the Dog Rape on board the Fram: Up and down on a night so cold,Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom.Walk harpooner and kennelman bold,Kvirre virre vip, bom, bom ;

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Nice Information About Healthy Living photos

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World Soil Day
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WORLD SOIL DAY 2013 – A DAY DEDICATED TO HEALTHY AND PRODUCTIVE SOILS
In 2002, the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS), made a resolution proposing December 5 as World Soil Day. This day is designated to celebrate the importance of soil and its vital contributions to human health and safety.
Under the framework of the Global Soil Partnership, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is celebrating World Soil Day 2013 in Rome on December 5. The goal is to raise awareness of the importance of healthy soils for food security, ecosystem functions, and sustainable development. The celebration will be followed by a 3 day International Workshop “Soil Spectroscopy: the present and future of Soil Monitoring.”

Join Sammy Soil live on Twitter at 1-2 PM EST Thursday, December 5, 2013.

Learn about soil health at the USDA NRCS Soil Health Information Center: www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/main/national/soils/hea…

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Miranda Kerr
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Miranda Kerr David Jones Sydney – Organics Valentine’s Day Event

Today – Valentine’s Day in Sydney, Australia, world famous Australian model – Miranda Kerr made an in store public appearance at David Jones Sydney to promote her range of KORA Organics product range.

Hey, even super models are entitled to have their own business ventures also, and by all accounts Miranda’s KORA Organics is a high quality, customer focused operation. Not only that, its a part family owned and operated company.

Miranda’s mum, Therese, the top brass of the brand, was also on hand at today’s event, however husband Orlando Bloom was not able to attend – understood to be currently working in Europe.

Miranda writes on her blog…

The KORA Team and I have put this blog together for the purpose of providing you with information on everything you might find interesting in the health and wellness industry. We are blessed to have renowned practitioners and others in all areas of health & wellness, natural medicine, nutrition, spirituality, exercise, supplements, organics, skincare, etc regularly contribute to our blog. Through the KORA Organics Blog I also get the opportunity to share information about my life; how I live, what I like to eat, where I shop, what foods and supplements I personally buy and like to take etc. My hope is to share with you my organic, healthy, natural life.

Here’s some product blurb we know you’ve been waiting on…

KORA Organics by Miranda Kerr Rosehip Body Oil

Give the gift of luxuriously smooth skin this Valentine’s Day with this Rosehip Body oil by KORA Organics. Miranda herself says, Valentines Day is all about spoiling one another and the KORA Organics Luxurious Body Oil is a beautiful gift and a great excuse for an all over body massage. It is available for purchase from KORA Organics, and to top it off, the first 150 people to buy 2 or more products in David Jones in the lead up to Valentine’s Day will receive a custom made Valentine’s Day card for Miranda to sign personally on the day – details can be found here.

Websites

Miranda Kerr official website
www.mirandakerr.net

KORA Organics
www.koraorganics.com

David Jones
www.davidjones.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
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Mattel’s Disappointing Breast Cancer Doll Pisses Me Off

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Mattel’s Disappointing Breast Cancer Doll Pisses Me Off
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Image by Tricia Wang 王圣捷
I posted my comment on Amazon:
"I have had many friends with breast cancer – and none of them look like Barbie – a white anorexic blonde with two breasts. To assign a plastic face such as Barbie to such a socially complex health issue, is really disappointing. It homogenizes the breast cancer population and ignores the class dimensions of access to healthcare that increases the chances of optimal treatment. For example, here is a quote from the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
"The lower rate of utilization of mammography and cervical cancer screening observed for Latinas in the United States has been attributed to cultural, economic, and linguistic barriers they may encounter."
muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_health_care_for_the_poor…

In addition, the physical body of Breast Cancer Barbie is problematic because many survivors have had to get masectomies, and some have chosen to not have their breast(s) reconstructed. It also brings up the gender biases of males as reconstructrion surgeons, in that they assume a woman post-masectomy wants new breasts and may want to use reconstruction as an opportunity to increase their breast size. For example, it is noted that most women don’t reconstruct their breasts post-masectormy and that white women have the highest rates of reconstruction www.medscape.com/viewarticle/522469. In a study that came out in September 2006, they found that women who have reconstruction are 75% more likey to commit suicide www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/09/060920081703.htm. "Figures from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show a 22% decline in breast reconstruction procedures between 2000 and 2004," dailynews.att.net/cgi-bin/health?e=pub&dt=common&…

I bring up these articles to show that showing "a pair of breasts" for a Breast Cancer Barbie is a highly contentious decision for a company that has been know to create beautiful Barbies and philanthropically has donated money to causes, but has now constructed an actual doll that doesn’t fully represent the heterogeneous breast cancer population is problematic.

And BTW MATTEL – many chemo patients are thin like Barbie NOT BY CHOICE! It’s because of all the raditation and chemo drugs that are pumped into them that causes them to lose their appetite and therefore look thin, emaciated and weak. Being thin like Barbie is NOT A HEALTHY IDEAL for breast cancer patients!

Here is doll on Amazon: www.amazon.com/Barbie-Collector-Pink-Ribbon-Doll/dp/B000E…

My friends adriene who is a breast cancer survivor and documented her process online softservegirl.com/2005/archives.html, wrote this comment about the doll:

"I am a breast cancer survivor and I find this pink dressed, blond "doll" of perfection rather insulting to my female self, the perfect perky boobs, the long blond hair, the body that does not exist on a woman after the ravages of chemotheraphy. I can perfectly understand Mattel wanting to support breast cancer research and donate a portion of proceedes towards funding (and thank you for your generosity), but to do it under the guise of selling a "doll" which does not reflect the community of women who have experienced the challenges of recovery and survivorship…a doll which does not look like a survivor is literally painful and insulting! Why doesn’t this doll have a wig? Why doesn’t she have a breast removed? Why doesn’t she have a bra fitted with a form to mimic the shape of a breast? What is wrong with reality? Why can’t Mattel acknowledge the true nature of this disease and make a doll which comforts, not insults the sensibility of women who have suffered from this disease. I will purchase this doll, just because I am horrified by the product itself. I will disrobe her, and with a saw, cut off her breast so that she will look more like me, a survivor, a woman of pride. I will dismantle the construct of supposed beauty and make this image more like my own – because I am what is woman, not the facade of a false construction."

9th Annual Domestic Violence Prevention Forum
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Christiana Care, a National Community Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, has been working for years to help women who are victims of domestic violence at an annual event that offers resources, education and support.

“In 2011, we decided to take a different approach by talking directly to men,” said Liz O’Neill, project director, Department of Family and Community Medicine. “To do that, we worked with men and men’s groups throughout the community, from the Wilmington Police Department to the Delaware Division of Public Health to the clergy.”

More than 150 men, teens and the women who love them recently attended the 9th Annual Domestic Violence Prevention Forum at Ezion Fair Baptist Church in the city’s Southbridge neighborhood.

The keynote speaker was Tony Porter, co-founder of A Call to Men, a nationally recognized organization based in New York that is committed to ending violence against women.

In his address, Porter said the problem of abuse toward women is two-pronged—including both men who physically harm women and men who do not intervene.

He called out for men to take a strong stance in standing up for positive male role models who support respect for women and also advocate for women.

The American Medical Association estimates that almost 4 million men severely assault an intimate female partner each year. Assault is the leading cause of injury for women, accounting for at least 35 percent of visits to the Emergency Department.

“Domestic violence is an important women’s health issue,” says Richard J. Derman, M.D., MPH, chair, Obstetrics and Gynecology at Christiana Care. “Preventing abuse through community partnerships that promote education and awareness can save women’s lives.”

Christiana Care is committed to caring for its neighbors by bringing essential information and education to people who need it, going straight to the community. In addition to Porter’s speech, the event included roundtable discussions of domestic violence, as well as a video presentation.

The forum was months in the making, with Christiana Care coordinating input from men’s organizations, as well as the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Delaware Girls’ Initiative, Latin American Community Center, Henrietta Johnson Medical Center, Westside Health Inc. and other groups.

“It was a broad-based and very active planning committee, with many people working together to reach out to men on this important issue,” O’Neill says.

In addition to Christiana Care, funding for the event was provided by the Delaware Division of Behavioral Health.

ATS_UNFPA_SL_008_Abbie Trayler-Smith_Panos_H4+_HR
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Dr Bannet Ndyanabangi, Country Director of UNFPA, Sierra Leone opens the 3 day Capacity Building Training forum in Makeni, Bombali District, Sierra Leone for Male Advocates, Peer Educators and Community Advocacy Groups (CAGS). The training consists of information about family planning, maternal health, cultural issues such as FGM, as well as how to talk to and engage the community about the issues.

Please include photo credits: Photo: Abbie Trayler-Smith

H4+ is a joint effort by UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, UN Women, WHO and the World Bank, governments and civil societies of 36 countries with high burdens of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child mortality and morbidity. In each country, H4+, Ministry of Health officials and partners team up to address the reproductive maternal, newborn and child health issues and help coordinate support for national maternal and newborn health policies and plans. In 20 of 36 countries, Canada, Sida, France and Johnson & Johnson provided key funding to support this collaborative work. The H4+ serves as the lead technical partners for the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health and the subsequent Every Woman Every Child movement.

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Men’s over coat

Men’s over coat

Coats have been worn either for protection or for fashion or for both now. They have long sleeves and are open in the front. They have buttons which can be closed by fasteners. The need for a mens overcoat is more of fashion than of protection now. The design of the over coat is to add to a suit which is worn to formal occasions. Mens overcoat also serves as a sport coat and give a sporty look to the person wearing it.

 

One typical kind of mens overcoat is the mulberry trench coat. This was traditionally used by the army men to dig trenches and live in them beneath the ground. Now the same has become an element of fashion and is used by men who travel a lot outside in cold weather. These kind of protective mens overcoat are in general knee-length to protect your body from extreme conditions. A hat compliments well with the mens overcoat when worn in a snow storm or chill weather. It also gives a stylish look.

 

Old design of mens overcoat would be plain with the same design of thick material with the same cut. However, men like to be equally fashionable as women and hence a large variety of mens overcoat has flooded the market these days. There are over coats made of thinner material as well as which are durable so that the heaviness need not be carried along. Also, climatic conditions play a major role in choosing the type of over coat. If you need to travel in harsh weather, you are not left with too many options. You have to go in for a heavy material to protect yourself.

 

If your purpose is fashion or to wear under mild chill weather, then you can choose your mens overcoat. You can go in for trendy ones in elegant colours giving you that class look when you wear it to parties or formal occasions like a friend’s wedding or to the church!

 

In the short mens overcoat variety there are again two sub-categories. It is single and double breasted coats. They are shorter than the traditional wollen ones. However,make sure you’re your mens overcoat covers the shirt worn inside to give proper look to your personality. The car coat is one of the most comfortable types of over coats. It is similar to the classic one but comes in a less heavier material rather than wool. A mens overcoat serves the purpose of keeping you warm and at the same time is lighter on your skin and hence better than the old one.

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Male Chest Reconstruction

Male Chest Reconstruction

  Men are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of plastic and reconstructive surgery. More males are experiencing self-esteem issues due to distortions of their male physique. Common conditions that men seek consultations for are liposuction, gynecomastia, pectus excavatum, and pectoral implants. Causes are congenital or involve abnormalities in the developmental aspects of the body and can only be improved through cosmetic surgery.

  There are a number of problematic areas for liposuction for men. Liposuction can greatly improve the body contours of the male patient. It can help reduce the appearance of “love handles”, or excess fat around the abdominal area. Many men have a hard time losing weight in this area, despite a healthy diet and vigorous exercise.

  Another common use for liposuction of men is the treatment for gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is defined as breast enlargement in men and can affect one breast or both. Gynecomastia affects an estimated 40-60% of men and ranges from mild to severe. In most cases, men feel self-conscious about the appearance of their chest and research for ways they can improve the contours of their chest. Breast reduction is a popular option to remove the adipose and glandular tissue from the breasts to achieve a flatter and firmer look. Depending on the severity and complexity of each case, an incision inside the areolar border would be less conspicuous and enables the surgeon to perform liposuction surgery to remove adipose tissue.

Other conditions contributing to gynecomastia such as, large or elongated nipples and “puffy” areolas can be adjusted with nipple and areolar reduction improving the look of the chest and can be done simultaneously with gynecomastia surgery.

  The most common congenital chest wall deformity is pectus excavatum. This condition is also known as, cobbler’s chest or funnel chest, which gives the anterior chest wall a caved in or sunken appearance due to abnormal growth of the sternum and the ribs. The severity of the defect and assymetry of the chest may vary. Although pectus excavatum is often considered to be cosmetic, it can impair cardiac and respiratory function, causing pain in the chest. Individuals with the abnormality may experience negative psychosocial effects, and avoid activities that expose the chest.

Pectoral implants are used to augment the male chest wall and achieve increased fullness in the chest area. This procedure may serve to correct a congenital deformity, developmental abnormality, or tear of the pectoralis muscles. In some cases, the pectoralis muscles are underdeveloped even with exercise, causing the patient to feel “unproportional”. Custom made pectoral implants are used to improve body contours and proportions in men. Implants are placed submuscularly through an incision placed in the axillary area.

 

Dr. Tom Pousti is a La Jolla / San Diego Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon specializing in Reconstructive and Cosmetic Plastic Surgery and is dedicated to restoring appearance, self-esteem, function, and quality of life to his patients. After 17 years of extensive medical and surgical training, Dr. Tom Pousti is double board certified in General Surgery as well as Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Pousti and his wife Marjan reside in San Diego with their three sons and daughter.

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1970 Illustrated Ad, Vick’s NyQuil, “Your Husband’s Cold”

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1970 Illustrated Ad, Vick’s NyQuil, “Your Husband’s Cold”
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Published in Family Circle, December 1970, Vol. 77 No. 6

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1950 Food Ad, Kellogg’s Corn Soya Cereal, with Pretty Girl & 4 Young Men in Swim Trunks
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Vintage 1950s illustrated magazine food advertisement, Kellogg’s Corn Soya Cereal, 1950

Ad showcases a pretty, young woman in a school letter-man sweater with four adoring, young men in swimming trunks or shorts, three of whom are bare-chested. I’m clueless as to what they’re standing on and the wires they’re grasping. Construction girder? Diving board? Railing on a boat? At the top of the ad, a toddler in coveralls is shown running away. Odd advert. No clarification in the ad text.

Tagline:
"The great new protein cereal that helps you have a fine body"

Published in Life magazine, May 15, 1950 – Vol. 28, No. 20

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Capilla de los Santos Ángeles,Catedral Metropolitana de la Ciudad de México

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Capilla de los Santos Ángeles,Catedral Metropolitana de la Ciudad de México
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Capilla de los Santos Ángeles

Corresponde esta capilla a la torre del lado del poniente. Su bóveda fué concluida de 1653 a 1660, pero parece que con el tiempo se deterioró a tal grado que el marqués de Mancera tuvo que reconstruirla totalmente, pues en el testimonio citado antes y enviado a España en la carta. del virrey de 11 de abril de 1667, aparece que se reconstruyó el arco sobre que había de cargar la bóveda de la capilla de San Miguel, que fué cerrado el 17 de julio de 1665; y el 17 de noviembre del propio año se concluyó la bóveda de la capilla.

Reconstruida la bóveda de la capilla, fué decorada con altares barrocos y dedicada a los Santos Ángeles y principalmente a San Miguel Arcángel como jefe de todos ellos.

La advocación de la capilla se halla descrita en forma inimitable por el autor del artículo acerca de las capillas de la Catedral, que se encuentra en el Calendario de Galván de 1874. Dice así, página 61: "La sétima capilla está dedicada a los Santos Ángeles. En el altar mayor están las estatuas de los siete príncipes, cuyos nombres constan de la Santa Escritura y de revelaciones hechas a unos justos especialmente al Padre Antonio Duque, rector de una iglesia en Palermo, donde se descubrió una pintura de los siete arcángeles pintada en una pared, el cual padre tuvo revelación de los nombres y estando en Roma consiguió del Papa Pío IV fuese dedicado un templo en las termas de Diocleciano bajo la advocación de Santa María de los Ángeles con título cardenalicio.

Es curioso dar noticia así de los nombres de estos soberanos espíritus con su interpretación. El primero es San Miguel. Potestad de Dios. ¿Quién como Dios? Capitán general de la milicia celestial en sus batallas con Lucifer. El segundo es Gabriel, Fortaleza de Dios, embajador que trajo la gran plenipotencia para tratar de la Encarnación del Verbo de Dios. El tercero, Rafael, Medicina de Dios, por donde viene la salud a los hombres. El cuarto, Uriel, Fuego de Dios, con el que enciende los corazones en el amor divino y fué el que arrojó a nuestros padres del paraíso. El quinto es Salathiel, Orador ante Dios por el perdón de los pecados. El sexto es Gehudiel, Remunerador que imparte las coronas de los justos e intima la sentencia de los réprobos. E séptimo es apellidado Baraquiel, Alabanza de Dios.

Los tres últimos se aparecieron a Abraham y le revelaron el Misterio de la Augusta Trinidad."

En 1711 la capilla sufrió un incendio que la arruinó totalmente, al grado que la lámpara de plata que en ella existía quedó hecha pedazos. En el cabildo de 4 de diciembre de ese año se propuso que, puesto que se sabe que hay persona dispuesta a donar otra lámpara nueva, se le entreguen los fragmentos de la vieja con un tintero y salvadera de plata que existían en la misma capilla y ahora guardaba el licenciado Robles, sacristán del templo.

INTERIOR DE LA CAPILLA DE LOS ÁNGELES.

El doctor don José Torres Vergara, heredero de don Juan Caballero y Osio, arregló la capilla como se ve en la actualidad, con retablos barrocos edificados a base de columnas salomónicas circundadas de pámpanos, el año de 1713. Las pinturas que adornan los retablos se deben al gran artista Juan Correa, que firma algunas de ellas en 1714. Avaloran los nichos de los retablos, esculturas talladas y estofadas de los siete príncipes y la santísima Virgen de bastante mérito.

Escogió esta capilla para su morada final el insigne mexicano don José Damián Ortiz de Castro y aún puede verse en ella su sepulcro. Sin embargo sus deseos no fueron cumplidos, pues se encuentra enterrado en al iglesia parroquial de Tacubaya. Ojalá se realizara un acto de justicia para el autor de al fachada de la Catedral, trasladando sus restos al sitio en que él quiso que reposasen hasta la hora del juicio final.

Chapel of the Holy Angels

It is for this chapel to the tower from the west. Its dome was completed from 1653 to 1660, but it seems that eventually deteriorated to such a degree that the Marquis de Mancera had to rebuild it completely, as in the testimony quoted above and sent to Spain in the letter. the viceroy of April 11, 1667, appears to be rebuilt on the bow had to load the vault of the chapel of San Miguel, which was closed on July 17, 1665, and November 17 of that year was completed vault of the chapel.

Rebuilt the vault of the chapel was decorated with Baroque altars dedicated to the Holy Angels and St. Michael the Archangel mainly as head of all of them.

The dedication of the chapel is described as inimitable by the author of the article about the chapels of the cathedral, located in the 1874 calendar Galván. It says on page 61: "The seventh chapel is dedicated to the Holy Angels. The altar are statues of the seven princes, whose names consist of Holy Scripture and disclosures about fair especially to Father Antonio Duque, rector of a church in Palermo, where he discovered a painting of the seven archangels painted on a wall, which father had revelation of the names and being in Rome of Pope Pius IV got was a temple dedicated to the Baths of Diocletian and dedicated to St. Mary of the Angels with title of cardinal.

It’s funny and give notice of the names of these sovereign spirits with his performance. The first is San Miguel. Power of God. Who is like God? Commander in chief of the heavenly host in his battles with Lucifer. The second is Gabriel, strength of God, who brought great ambassador plenipotentiary to treat of the Incarnation of the Word of God. The third, Rafael, Medicine of God, where it comes to men’s health. The fourth, Uriel, Fire of God, with which inflames hearts with divine love and was the one who threw our parents of paradise. The fifth is Salathiel, Speaker to God for the forgiveness of sins. The sixth is Gehudiel, imparting rewarding the righteous crowns and intimate the judgment of the damned. E seventh is surnamed Baraquiel, Praise God.

The latter three appeared to Abraham and revealed the mystery of the Trinity Augusta. "

In 1711 the chapel was a fire that totally ruined, to the extent that the silver lamp in it there was shattered. In the council of 4 December of that year it was suggested that, since it is known that there is another person willing to donate new lamp, be delivered to him the shards of the old with a silver inkstand and sandbox that existed in the same chapel and Now the lawyer kept Robles, sacristan.

Inside the chapel of angels.

Dr. Jose Torres Vergara, heir of Don Juan Caballero y Osio, arranged the chapel as seen today, with Baroque altarpieces built based on twisted columns surrounded by branches, the year of 1713. The paintings that adorn the altars are due to the great artist Juan Correa, who signs some of them in 1714. Avaloran retablos niches, and stewed carvings of the seven princes and the Blessed Virgin of considerable merit.

He chose this chapel for the famous final resting Mexican Jose Damián Ortiz de Castro and she can still be seen in his grave. But his wishes were not met, since it is buried in the parish church of Tacubaya. Hopefully there will be an act of justice to the author of the facade of the cathedral, moving his remains to the place where he wanted they should rest until the hour of reckoning.

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Capilla de los Santos Ángeles

Corresponde esta capilla a la torre del lado del poniente. Su bóveda fué concluida de 1653 a 1660, pero parece que con el tiempo se deterioró a tal grado que el marqués de Mancera tuvo que reconstruirla totalmente, pues en el testimonio citado antes y enviado a España en la carta. del virrey de 11 de abril de 1667, aparece que se reconstruyó el arco sobre que había de cargar la bóveda de la capilla de San Miguel, que fué cerrado el 17 de julio de 1665; y el 17 de noviembre del propio año se concluyó la bóveda de la capilla.

Reconstruida la bóveda de la capilla, fué decorada con altares barrocos y dedicada a los Santos Ángeles y principalmente a San Miguel Arcángel como jefe de todos ellos.

La advocación de la capilla se halla descrita en forma inimitable por el autor del artículo acerca de las capillas de la Catedral, que se encuentra en el Calendario de Galván de 1874. Dice así, página 61: "La sétima capilla está dedicada a los Santos Ángeles. En el altar mayor están las estatuas de los siete príncipes, cuyos nombres constan de la Santa Escritura y de revelaciones hechas a unos justos especialmente al Padre Antonio Duque, rector de una iglesia en Palermo, donde se descubrió una pintura de los siete arcángeles pintada en una pared, el cual padre tuvo revelación de los nombres y estando en Roma consiguió del Papa Pío IV fuese dedicado un templo en las termas de Diocleciano bajo la advocación de Santa María de los Ángeles con título cardenalicio.

Es curioso dar noticia así de los nombres de estos soberanos espíritus con su interpretación. El primero es San Miguel. Potestad de Dios. ¿Quién como Dios? Capitán general de la milicia celestial en sus batallas con Lucifer. El segundo es Gabriel, Fortaleza de Dios, embajador que trajo la gran plenipotencia para tratar de la Encarnación del Verbo de Dios. El tercero, Rafael, Medicina de Dios, por donde viene la salud a los hombres. El cuarto, Uriel, Fuego de Dios, con el que enciende los corazones en el amor divino y fué el que arrojó a nuestros padres del paraíso. El quinto es Salathiel, Orador ante Dios por el perdón de los pecados. El sexto es Gehudiel, Remunerador que imparte las coronas de los justos e intima la sentencia de los réprobos. E séptimo es apellidado Baraquiel, Alabanza de Dios.

Los tres últimos se aparecieron a Abraham y le revelaron el Misterio de la Augusta Trinidad."

En 1711 la capilla sufrió un incendio que la arruinó totalmente, al grado que la lámpara de plata que en ella existía quedó hecha pedazos. En el cabildo de 4 de diciembre de ese año se propuso que, puesto que se sabe que hay persona dispuesta a donar otra lámpara nueva, se le entreguen los fragmentos de la vieja con un tintero y salvadera de plata que existían en la misma capilla y ahora guardaba el licenciado Robles, sacristán del templo.

INTERIOR DE LA CAPILLA DE LOS ÁNGELES.

El doctor don José Torres Vergara, heredero de don Juan Caballero y Osio, arregló la capilla como se ve en la actualidad, con retablos barrocos edificados a base de columnas salomónicas circundadas de pámpanos, el año de 1713. Las pinturas que adornan los retablos se deben al gran artista Juan Correa, que firma algunas de ellas en 1714. Avaloran los nichos de los retablos, esculturas talladas y estofadas de los siete príncipes y la santísima Virgen de bastante mérito.

Escogió esta capilla para su morada final el insigne mexicano don José Damián Ortiz de Castro y aún puede verse en ella su sepulcro. Sin embargo sus deseos no fueron cumplidos, pues se encuentra enterrado en al iglesia parroquial de Tacubaya. Ojalá se realizara un acto de justicia para el autor de al fachada de la Catedral, trasladando sus restos al sitio en que él quiso que reposasen hasta la hora del juicio final.

Chapel of the Holy Angels

It is for this chapel to the tower from the west. Its dome was completed from 1653 to 1660, but it seems that eventually deteriorated to such a degree that the Marquis de Mancera had to rebuild it completely, as in the testimony quoted above and sent to Spain in the letter. the viceroy of April 11, 1667, appears to be rebuilt on the bow had to load the vault of the chapel of San Miguel, which was closed on July 17, 1665, and November 17 of that year was completed vault of the chapel.

Rebuilt the vault of the chapel was decorated with Baroque altars dedicated to the Holy Angels and St. Michael the Archangel mainly as head of all of them.

The dedication of the chapel is described as inimitable by the author of the article about the chapels of the cathedral, located in the 1874 calendar Galván. It says on page 61: "The seventh chapel is dedicated to the Holy Angels. The altar are statues of the seven princes, whose names consist of Holy Scripture and disclosures about fair especially to Father Antonio Duque, rector of a church in Palermo, where he discovered a painting of the seven archangels painted on a wall, which father had revelation of the names and being in Rome of Pope Pius IV got was a temple dedicated to the Baths of Diocletian and dedicated to St. Mary of the Angels with title of cardinal.

It’s funny and give notice of the names of these sovereign spirits with his performance. The first is San Miguel. Power of God. Who is like God? Commander in chief of the heavenly host in his battles with Lucifer. The second is Gabriel, strength of God, who brought great ambassador plenipotentiary to treat of the Incarnation of the Word of God. The third, Rafael, Medicine of God, where it comes to men’s health. The fourth, Uriel, Fire of God, with which inflames hearts with divine love and was the one who threw our parents of paradise. The fifth is Salathiel, Speaker to God for the forgiveness of sins. The sixth is Gehudiel, imparting rewarding the righteous crowns and intimate the judgment of the damned. E seventh is surnamed Baraquiel, Praise God.

The latter three appeared to Abraham and revealed the mystery of the Trinity Augusta. "

In 1711 the chapel was a fire that totally ruined, to the extent that the silver lamp in it there was shattered. In the council of 4 December of that year it was suggested that, since it is known that there is another person willing to donate new lamp, be delivered to him the shards of the old with a silver inkstand and sandbox that existed in the same chapel and Now the lawyer kept Robles, sacristan.

Inside the chapel of angels.

Dr. Jose Torres Vergara, heir of Don Juan Caballero y Osio, arranged the chapel as seen today, with Baroque altarpieces built based on twisted columns surrounded by branches, the year of 1713. The paintings that adorn the altars are due to the great artist Juan Correa, who signs some of them in 1714. Avaloran retablos niches, and stewed carvings of the seven princes and the Blessed Virgin of considerable merit.

He chose this chapel for the famous final resting Mexican Jose Damián Ortiz de Castro and she can still be seen in his grave. But his wishes were not met, since it is buried in the parish church of Tacubaya. Hopefully there will be an act of justice to the author of the facade of the cathedral, moving his remains to the place where he wanted they should rest until the hour of reckoning.

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Title: Viola Olerich, the famous baby scholar; an illustrated biography
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Authors: Olerich, Henry. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Olerich, Viola Rosalia, 1897- [from old catalog] Precocity. [from old catalog]
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d.—San Francisco Examiner. CHICAGOLAIRD c^ LEE, Tublisukks t 47056 V^^^^S l-lt3t-te^< y of Congress] SEP 141900 SECOND COPY. Oeiwvraiif* OftOiK DIVISION, 80102 Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year nineteen hundred, by WILLIAM II. LEE, In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. ILLUSTRATIONS Fig. 1. Baby Viola exhibiting her talenis, 2. Viola- at her lunch counter. • 3. Viola can read books in three languages. 4. Viola taught the digits and colors. 5. Viola learns geometrical figures.5*. Viola and her mathematical toys. 6. Viola knows the faces of many famious people. 6*. Viola familiar with 32 kinds of seeds. 7. Viola as a full-fledged anatomist. 8. Viola at her money-exchange counter. 9. Viola at home with punctuation marks.• 10. Violas spelling proficiency. 11. Viola taking apart the elements of a flower. 12. Viola drawing on the blackboard. 13. Viola at her typewriter. • • 14. Viola playing with astronomy.15. Viola undergoing a severe test.

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FIG. 2.—VIOLA AT HER LUNCH COUNTER. CONTENTS PART FIRSTBiography PAGE I. Time and Place of Violas Birth and Adoption T II. Principal object of adoption. . 8 III. How the Baby was selected.. . 8 IV. Violas Diary 8 V. Physical Characteristics 9 VI. Early Conduct 10 VII. Eating and Drinking 11 VIII. Sleeping 13 IX. State of Health 15 X. How Treated 15 XL Methods Used 16 XII. How Viola learned to read. . . . IGXIII. How Viola learned German and French 19 XIV. Number and Color 21 XV. Drawing 22 (3) 4: CONTENTS PAGE XVI. National Flags 34 XVII. Geography 2-i XVIII. Portraits of Famous Men and Women 25 XIX. Seeds and Leaves 26 XX. Anatomy and Physiology. … 26 XXI. United States Money 27 XXII. Punctuation Marks 28 XXIII. Spelling 28 XXIV. Analyzing a Flower . .,. 29 XXV. Writing 30 XXVI. Typewriting 30 XXVII. Some Miscellaneous Accom-plishments 32 XXVIII. Examination 33 PART SECONDThe Education of Little Children I. Can every Child Learn as Rap-idly? 35 11. Overtaxing the Mind 37 III. Int

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Cobh / County Cork / Republic of Ireland / Deck of Cards
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In May, 2006, Karen and I toured The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. One of our stops was Cobh, The image is of the steep hill, known as ‘The Deck of Cards", which is situated below St. Colman’s cathedral at Cobh

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Cobh (Pronounced "cove") is a sheltered seaport town on the south coast of County Cork, Ireland.

The locality, which had had several different Irish-language names, was first referred to as Cove ("The Cove of Cork") in 1750. It was renamed Queenstown in 1849 to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria and so remained until the name Cobh (closer to the Irish spelling) was restored in 1922 with the foundation of the Irish Free State.

Cobh is located on the south shore of the Great Island in Cork Harbour, (reputed to be the second largest natural harbour in the world), on south-facing slopes overlooking the entrance to the harbour. Facing the town of Cobh are Spike Island and Haulbowline Island. On a high point in the town stands the Cobh Cathedral, St. Colman’s, seat of the diocese of Cloyne.

According to legend, one of the first colonists of Ireland was Neimheidh, who landed in Cork Harbour over 1000 years BC[citation needed] He and his followers were said to have been wiped out in a plague, but the Great Island was known in Irish as Oilean Ard Neimheadh because of its association with him. Later it became known as Crich Liathain because of the Lehane tribe who were rulers of it[citation needed]. The island subsequently became known as Oilean Mor An Barra, (the Great Island of Barry & Barrymore) after the Barry family who inherited it.

The village on the island was known as Ballyvoloon, overlooking "The Cove" and this was first referred to as Cove village in 1750 by Smith the historian who said "it was inhabited by seamen and revenue officials". The Cork directory of 1787 shows about thirty businesses in the town including one butcher and one draper. The Water Club established at Haulbowline in 1720 was the progenitor of the present Royal Cork Yacht Club (now based in Crosshaven) and is the oldest yacht club in the world. The Royal Cork Yacht Club (RCYC) was based for many years in Cobh and the present Sirius Arts Centre was formerly a clubhouse of the RCYC organisation. In 1966 the Royal Cork Yacht Club merged with the Royal Munster Yacht Club, retaining the name of the RCYC but moving its headquarters to those of the RMYC at Crosshaven at the other side of the harbour.

Cobh is well served by pubs and hostelries. The oldest recorded pub on the island is reputed to have been the "Anti Gallicon" situated in the Holy Ground, and apparently liable to flooding when the tide came in. This pub dated back to the 1780s and was named after opponents to the French "Gallicon" faction who opposed the powers of the Pope
Cove underwent rapid development in the early 1800s assisted by world events. Due to its naturally protected harbour Cobh has historically been important as a tactical base for naval military bases. For instance, Cobh was of major tactical military importance as a naval base during the Napoleonic wars between France and England. Today, the Irish Naval Service is based on Haulbowline island facing Cobh.

The Napoleonic Wars meant the town became a British Naval port with its own admiral and much of the present day buildings were built. The cessation of hostilities dented its prosperity for a time but it became widely known as a health resort and many convalescents came to Cove to avail of its temperate climate. Amongst these was Rev. Charles Wolfe who wrote the "Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna" and is buried in the Old Church Cemetery outside the town.

One of the major transatlantic Irish ports, Cobh was the departure point for 2.5 million of the six million Irish people who emigrated to North America between 1848 and 1950. On 11 April 1912 Queenstown was the final port of call for the RMS Titanic as she set out across the Atlantic on her ill-fated maiden voyage. Local lore has it that a Titanic crew member John Coffey, a native of Queenstown, jumped ship although there is no record of him on the crew list. 123 passengers boarded in all; only 44 survived the sinking.
Cobh was also a major disembarkation port for men, women and children who were deported to penal colonies such as Australia. The records of such deportations can be found in the ship log books in the Cobh Museum, which since 1973 is housed in Scots church (Presbyterian church until 1969 closure) overlooking the harbour.

Due to its maritime advantages, a significant shipbuilding industry developed in Cobh and the remnants of the Verolme Shipyard today maintain many of the original cranes and hoists which now form part of the significant industrial and maritime heritage of Cobh which is considered to have major tourism potential. Underutilised dockyards in Holland (e.g. NDSM/Stichting Kinetisch Noord in Amsterdam which has been redeveloped as an artistic and cultural centre and where MTV has since located) and other European countries are now emerging as major hubs of cultural and economic development, focussing on fostering creative class and knowledge-intensive industries such as media and computing. [1]. The Verolme Shipyard currently contains the Philip Gray Gallery of Fine Art [2].

The original pier (as it appeared in 2007) that passengers used to board ferries to get to the Titanic—which was anchored near the mouth of Cobh harbour.
The age of steam brought famous achievements to Cobh, most notably the first steam ship to sail from Ireland to England (1821) and the first steam ship to cross the Atlantic (Sirius 1838) which left from Passage West. In 1849 the name of the town was changed to Queenstown to honour Queen Victoria who visited Ireland in that year.
Several other notable ships are associated with the town, including the Cunard passenger liner RMS Lusitania was sunk by a German U-Boat off the Old Head of Kinsale while en route to Liverpool in on May 7, 1915. 1198 passengers died, while 700 were rescued. The survivors and victims were brought to the town of Cobh, and over one hundred lie buried in the Old Church Cemetery just north of the town. The Lusitania Peace memorial is located in Casement Square opposite the arched building housing the Cobh Library and Courthouse.

During World War I, Queenstown was a naval base for British and American destroyers operating against U-boats that preyed upon allied merchant vessels. The first division of American destroyers arrived in May 1917, and the sailors who served on those vessels were the first American servicemen in combat duty in the war. When the convoy arrived in port, after a rough passage in what were little more than open boats, they were met with a great crowd of sailors and townspeople, thankful for their help in stopping the U-boats that were blockading western Europe. The British Commodore met the captain of the American flagship by jumping onto the dock, and asked him how soon the weather-beaten American ships could be put to use. "We’re ready now, sir!" was the widely quoted answer from the Captain.

Due to its tactical military importance, under the terms of the Anglo-Irish Treaty 1921 the port remained a UK sovereign base, see Treaty Port. Along with the other Treaty ports it was handed over to the government of the Irish Free State in 1938.

The population of the Cobh area has increased greatly in recent times with large new housing estates established on the outskirts of the town, placing severe pressures on the transport infrastructure. The town boundary has not yet reflected these changes in order to accommodate the new housing developments.

According to the 2006 Census, the combined population of Cobh and Great Island was 12,887. The former farmlands of Cobh have been extensively developed in recent years, with a large amount of housing estates being built in areas such as Rushbrooke and Carrignafoy. Cobh is gradually becoming a satellite town to the nearby Cork City, and has a dynamic (and international) commuter population as can be evidenced on the hourly commuter train service to Cork city.

Haulbowline Island which faces Cobh town is the headquarters of the Irish Naval Service, formerly a British naval station.

Cobh was home to Ireland’s only steelworks, the former state-owned Irish Steel works which was closed by its buyer, Ispat International, in 2001. There is a controversy over the slag heap on the steelworks, where there are concerns that it may be leaching into the harbour[3].

Tourism is a large employer in Cobh. Large cruise liners visit Cobh each year, mainly during the summer months, although many of the tourists are transported out of Cobh by bus to other tourist destinations.

Another important employer in Cobh had been the Dutch-owned Verolme Cork Dockyard, in Rushbrooke. It opened in 1960 and ceased operations in the mid-1980s. In 1981 the mvLeinster was built at Verolme for service on the Dublin – Holyhead route [4] The last ship built at Verolme was the Irish Naval Service’s LÉ Eithne (P31) [5]. Some ship repair work is still carried at Rushbrooke using the impressive drydock[1] and other facilities. The drydock pumps are reputed to date from 1912.

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