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PUBLIC MARKS from sbrothier with tags illustration & vintage



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The images below are all exactly to scale, 10 pixels to a meter. Internet Explorer users may Click and Drag the starships to compare them as you like. At the bottom of the image are some contemporary vehicles and buildings for reference. Have fun!

Engineering 102A: Starship Recognition Protocols » Star Trek Minutiae

An informational course in the basic methods of identifying the starships of Federation, friendly, hostile, and unknown powers. Key characteristics of all Starfleet and Federation vessels currently in use are discussed, along with the general design features of known friendly and hostile forces. Basic hull designs and configurations, propulsion systems, and weapons emplacements are also considered. Offered First and Second Terms. (From the Starfleet Academy catalog, 2377-2378)



Album of World Champions : un album sur Flickr

Allen & Ginter Album of Worlds Champions Published by W. Duke Sons & Co. circa 1888-1900

Animate : un album sur Flickr

Pictures and drawings of real people.



Purchase of The Week - a photoset on Flickr

A flickr set of my thrifty secondhand purchases. View more at my blog at


The Retro Kid Pool - Pedro in Brazil

illustrated children's books from the mid-1940's through the mid-1960's, by Mary Blair, JP Miller, The Provensen's, Art Seiden, Aurelius Battaglia, and the like.Also, also anything that was illustrated for kids at that time: albums, 45's, commericals, ads, games, toys, etc. If it's retro, and it looks cool, let's see it!

Space Art in Children's books 1950's to 1970's

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The illustrations in these books show facts (as they were known) mixed in with the fantasy of space flight


Posters from the WPA: Collection Highlights Index

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The following presentation of collection highlights was selected by Library staff who have worked closely with the WPA posters. The posters were selected with an eye toward their design, representation of a variety of states and artists, and as a way of featuring those that have not been widely published. These examples demonstrate the breadth and depth of the collection and the styles and content used by the WPA to advertise varied programs and campaigns. The presentation is divided into the following sections: