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Down in the milking shed

Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Portugal

 

Material : Woodblock print on paper

Collection: Calouste Gulbenkian Museum

 

Acquired by Calouste Gulbenkian at Sotheby's, London, 1916

Bassist of Naturehold

Kegan holds a baseball like he means business. Too bad the only pitcher at this level is a machine!

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Title: "A Fight with Distances. The States; the Hawaiian Islands, Canada ... the Bahamas. With ... maps"

Author: AUBERTIN, John James.

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10024.c.8."

Page: 113

Place of Publishing: London

Date of Publishing: 1888

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 000138274

 

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Kegan Conway, Makena, Maui, HI

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Another shot from the wedding... I'm still heavy into editing, but I'm nearly finished, so I tied up the album cover for their online gallery...guess I thought I'd share it.

 

I wish I could say I owned the line, but alas, I gotta credit Rick Nunn every single time I use this. I just ties up an image so nicely when you're going to use it like an album cover.

 

Anyway, I'm taking an editing break and stuffin my face for a little while, then back to work.

 

Canon 5DmkII | Canon EF 24-70/2.8 L

 

Shot with my new waterproof camera - the Pentax Optio W80! This is Kegan and some other kids at the beach jumping into a tidal pool.

 

Image from 'The Silence of Dean Maitland ... With illustrations, etc', 001493970

 

Author: GRAY, Maxwell pseud. [i.e. Mary Gleed Tuttiett.]

Page: 309

Year: 1896

Place: London

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

 

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Image from 'Ireland: its health resorts and watering places. With maps, etc', 001254920

 

Author: FLINN, David Edgar.

Page: 192

Year: 1888

Place: London

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

 

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Title: "A Few Impressions from the Poems of Robert Browning by Emily Atkinson. [Being passages from his poems illustrated by her.]", "Extracts"

Author: BROWNING, Robert - the Poet

Contributor: ATKINSON, Emily.

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 11651.m.25."

Page: 19

Place of Publishing: London

Date of Publishing: 1891

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 000499531

 

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Nikko - Kegan Falls

Notice Kegan watching from inside ;)

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Title: "The Deer Forests of Scotland ... Illustrated (by A. Thorburn)"

Author: GRIMBLE, Augustus.

Contributor: THORBURN, Archibald.

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10369.l.14."

Page: 319

Place of Publishing: London

Date of Publishing: 1896

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 001516212

 

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ZEMCH-14 rounds the curve at Waukegan, IL. Due to a curfew on the Milwaukee Sub., trains were routed over the Kenosha Sub.

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Title: "Matabele Land and the Victoria Falls. A naturalist's wanderings in the interior of South Africa. From the letters and journals of the late Frank Oates, F.R.G.S. Edited by C. G. Oates. (Memoir.)"

Author: OATES, Frank - F.R.G.S

Contributor: OATES, Charles George.

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10097.g.16."

Page: 42

Place of Publishing: London

Date of Publishing: 1881

Publisher: Edinburgh printed: C. Kegan Paul & Co.

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 002687255

 

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Title: "The Loyalists ... [Historical romances in verse.] Illustrations, etc"

Author: BAKER, William King.

Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 011648.ff.180."

Page: 67

Place of Publishing: pp. 149. G. Routledge & Sons; Kegan Paul & Co.: London, [1921.]

Date of Publishing: 1921

Issuance: monographic

Identifier: 000176929

 

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Kegan and Kristen March 19, 2012, Little Rock, AR

 

Image from 'Alone through Syria. With an introduction by A. H. Sayce ... With ... illustrations', 002494660

 

Author: MILLER, Ellen E.

Page: 113

Year: 1891

Place: London

Publisher: Kegan Paul & Co.

 

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Identifier: theoryofevolutio00fran

Title: The theory of evolution in the light of facts

Year: 1913 (1910s)

Authors: Frank, Karl, 1875-1950 Wasmann, P. E. Ant and termite guests

Subjects: Evolution

Publisher: London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & co., St. Louis: B. Herder

Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries

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ins entirely the existence of that organ,and no ground longer exists for seeking for anotherearher function, which the presence of that formationshould render comprehensible.^ In the second case it is precisely so. The organs ^ For a long period it was the fashion to designate all formations,whose function was unknown, straightway as rudiments. t)ci this wayWiedersheim has made a large collection of rudiments in man. See, forinstance, E. Wasmann : Biologie, etc., p. 454, and Kampf um das Entwickl-ungsprohlem, p. 94. EMBRYOGENY 215 arise in the embryo not all at once ; they are graduallyconstructed. A stage, therefore, which can be recog-nized as such a beginning from its actual subsequentfate, has absolutely nothing to do with a rudiment.^ Examples of actual retrogression are not rare.In some whales (e.g. Balcena mysticetus—GreenlandWhale) there are found entirely buried in the fleshsome remains of the pelvis and the upper and underthigh-bone, both imperfectly formed. Externally, of

 

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Fig. 47.—Bal^na mysticetus (Greenland Whale), {After Heffe.) hinder extremities there is nothing now perceptible(Fig. 47). It is clear that these bones form no longer a function-ally capable leg. We assume, therefore, in order in anycase to have a reason for their existence, that they arerudiments (remains) of formerly normally constructedextremities which have become superfluous owing tothe adaptation of the animal to life in the water andwhich appear destined to disappear entirely. In otherspecies of whales there is no longer a trace. The Seals (Sea Lions) show also a rudimentary ^ A renowned rudiment of this kind we hear of in the gill slits ofmammals and man. 216 THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION condition of the hinder hmbs, but in some forms theycan still be used (by pushing) for locomotion/ Eudi-ments are also those temporary teeth which appear tofulfil no function, which we note in young whales, inbird embryos or young birds ; also the temporary anddefectively formed wing stage of the

  

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