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End of the proud Adelphi. Adelphi Terrace and arches, once one of London ' s Featured London Life Print

End of the proud Adelphi. Adelphi Terrace and arches, once one of London ' s

End of the proud Adelphi.
Adelphi Terrace and arches, once one of London 's most celebrated pieces of architecture, is now in a sorry state after the energetic onslaught of the demolition men.
Roofless walls and heaps of rubble are all that are left.
Photo shows, a general view of the fast disappearing Adelphi Terrace.
10 June 1936

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'Flying Cloud' Passes By. Passing the dirigible mooring mast 1, 250 feet above street Featured London Life Print

'Flying Cloud' Passes By. Passing the dirigible mooring mast 1, 250 feet above street

'Flying Cloud' Passes By.
Passing the dirigible mooring mast 1, 250 feet above street level on top of New York City's famed Empire State Building is the world's largest and fastest commercial airliner. The plane, the Pan American World Airways 'America' class Clipper 'Flying Cloud', reaches London next Sunday, April 3, after her maiden crossing of the Atlantic. It was necessary for the 75-passenger double-decked Clipper to fly at more than 1, 500 feet to clear the top of the Empire State Building. The aircraft itself is 110 feet 4 inches long, and it its 71-ton bulk could be stood on its tail in the street the nose would reach above the 10th floor of the 102-storey skycraper. The Clipper is the civial version of the US Air Force B-50 bomber. It has a cruising speed of 340 miles an hour at 25, 000 feet. New York, USA. 01 April 1949

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During the Great War of 1914 -1919 this Building was Established and Maintained As Featured London Life Print

During the Great War of 1914 -1919 this Building was Established and Maintained As

DURING THE GREAT WAR OF 1914 -1919 THIS BUILDING WAS ESTABLISHED AND MAINTAINED AS A HOSPITAL FOR BRITISH SICK AND WOUNDED: THE ARMY COUNCIL IN THE NAME OF THE NATION THANK THOSE WHO HAVE RENDERED TO IT THIS VALUABLE AND PATRIOTIC ASSISTANCE IN THE HOUR OF ITS EMERGENCY AND THEY DESIRE ALSO TO EXPRESS THEIR DEEP APPRECIATION OF THE WHOLE-HEARTED ATTENTION WHICH THE STAFF OF THIS HOSPITAL GAVE TO THE PATIENTS WHO WERE UNDER THEIR CARE: THE WAR HAS ONCE AGAIN CALLED UPON THE DEVOTION AND SELF-SACRIFICE OF BRITISH MEN AND WOMEN AND THE NATION WILL REMEMBER WITH PRIDE AND GRATITUDE THEIR WILLING AND INESTIMABLE SERVICE.
This Certificate is presented by the Army Council, as a permanent record of their thanks, to be placed in the building which has been known and used as
The Eden Hall Hospital for British sick and wounded during the Great War, 1914-1919.
signed Winston Churchill
The War Office,
London,
July, 1920

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