What more can a boy ask for…
"The Land of Esa" by Dennis Hughes under the pseudonym of Neil Charles.
'Target Tennis' in 1951. Apparently it “…develops graceful movement” and is ”…useful for a knock-up before a match”.
She certainly looks graceful, but knocked-up..?
Heavily bombed in WW2, the area around Ludgate Hill was tidied up and became an early example of bombsite redevelopment by a private concern - Ludgate Gardens.
Units were rented out to those in the field of gardening and if you are interested, better ring CITY 2538 fast..!
Ooer…the Invisible Man has a bit of fun!
Look out, kids - the CIA might poison your beards!
Fidel in New York, 1959, communing with the kids.
What a beautiful piece of art - especially as it was an advertisement! It is the plans for the Fiat ‘Factory of the Future’ in Turin, 1917.
Celebrating the first year of the ‘dictatorship of the proletariat’.1918. The hammer and the sickle make an early appearance together.
Storming the Winter Palace. (Couldn’t they get tickets?)
Oxford by John Pimlott.
"…and that dreaming city with her dreaming spires, she needs not June for beauty’s heightening.", from Thyrsis by Matthew Arnold 1822-1888.