The over 40 art works of submarines depicted here start with a pen and ink drawing of the Confederate submarine CSS H.L. Hunley up to a Oil on masonite, 1986 of Ballast Point, San Diego. With optoional naval musical background.
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THE Historic Circus Poster Screensaver 1.0 99 Circus Posters from the time period 1870 to 1920. The collection includes posters from both little known and famous circuses. Plus posters from Buffalo Bill's Wild West show. There are a few in German from when American Circuses traveled abroad.
Description: The over 40 art works of submarines depicted here start with a pen and ink drawing of the Confederate submarine CSS H.L. Hunley up to a Oil on masonite, 1986 of Ballast Point, San Diego. They include the many watercolors that Georges Schreiber did of the ill fated USS Dorado in 1943.
Other subs represented are USS Barracuda, Submarine R-10, USS Nautilus, USS Sablefish, USS Seacat, SSBN Nathanael Greene, USS Clamagore and USS Greenling. Plus other scenes with subs in action.
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Apple Returns to Its Educational Roots Apple Computer's deal with Duke University to provide its iPod digital players to incoming freshmen this fall marks a return to a time-honored Apple marketing strategy: Hook them when they're students, and they'll come back -- with money ...
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