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"FamilySearch volunteers are amazing! On July 20th and 21st, FamilySearch indexers and arbitrators from around the world joined together to set an international record for the greatest number of indexing participants in a single day! We hoped to have an unprecedented 50,000 contributors in a 24 hour period. FamilySearch volunteers excelled, surpassing that goal by 16,511! That’s right—66,511 participants in one day! Incredible!"

FamilySearch Volunteers Set Historic Record

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Friday Flowers 7/25/2014 by Sonny Carter is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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magictransistor:

Carlo Farneti’s illustrations for Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal (Librairie d’Amateurs, Gibert Jeune / Paris), published in 1935.

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mediumaevum:

Medieval Graffiti - not so rare after all

A project to record the graffiti, which began in Norfolk, has now been rolled out to other areas and is gradually spreading across England.

Armed with just a torch and a camera, a team of volunteers have recorded more than 28,000 images from churches in Norfolk alone and are a third of the way through searching Norwich Cathedral, where there are many more examples. Read on

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uimapcoll:

July 17, 1918: The RMS Carpathia was sunk by a German U-boat off the Irish coast.

MapThe British Empire at war. London : Stanford’s Geogl. Estabt., 1916 ([S.l.] : Roberts & Leete)

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synaesthesian:

The Little Owl, Albrecht Durer (1506)

synaesthesian:

The Little Owl, Albrecht Durer (1506)

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Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the dragon, from a Book of Hours, France (Paris), c. 1440 – c. 1450, Egerton MS 2019, f. 216r

Detail of a miniature of St Margaret emerging from the dragon, from a Book of Hours, France (Paris), c. 1440 – c. 1450, Egerton MS 2019, f. 216r