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Slide set: Christopher Columbus (lecture: Newton & Co., 46 slides, in/before 1930)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide 1
Genoa, a Street
Slide 2


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Slide 3
Map of the world
Slide 4


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Slide 5


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Slide 6


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Slide 7


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Slide 8


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Slide 9


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Slide 10
The Monastery of La Rabida
Slide 11
Columbus asking for water at the Convent Gate
Slide 12


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Slide 13
King Ferdinand
Slide 14
Columbus before the Dominicans
Slide 15


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Slide 16


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Slide 17


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Slide 18


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Slide 19


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Slide 20


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Slide 21


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Slide 22
Map of the Voyages of Columbus
Slide 23


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Slide 24


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Slide 25


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Slide 26
The Enchanted Islands
Slide 27


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Slide 28
A West Indian Coast Scene
Slide 29
Comparison showing size of modern steamship and boat of Columbus
Slide 30
A Stormy Sea
Slide 31
The End of the Voyage
Slide 32
Seville Cathedral
Slide 33


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Slide 34
Cadiz
Slide 35


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Slide 36
A Fertile Country
Slide 37


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Slide 38
[Portrait of Columbus]
Slide 39


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Slide 40
Map of South America
Slide 41
Columbus in Chains
Slide 42


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Slide 43


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Slide 44
Natives
Slide 45


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Slide 46


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Other related organisation

in stock of Newton & Co., , dates unknown (item ref. CBS)

Main type of image
drawing / painting / print
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (latest possible 1930)
People appearing in slides

COLUMBUS, Christopher  (1451-1506) – slides 11, 14, 38, 41

Notes

The illustrated slides have labels mainly for Newton's Museum Street address (post-1925) but with a few for 72 Wigmore Street and King Street. The telegraphic code letters for the set indicate probable first production in the late 1920s.

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Lucerna ID  3008428

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 30 June 2020

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