A Circulated/Uncirculated Collection of Lincoln Cents from 1909 to 2015 P/D Housed in 2X2 folds, which in turn are housed in Mylar protective pages secured in a binder!! Check out the pictures carefully and you will see that the set is missing just 4 cents the 1909S, 1909S VDB, 1914D, 1931S!! You get a complete set with the 1909, 1909 VDB, 1910S, 1912S, 1913S,1914S,1915S... 1922D, 1926S, all 3 steel cents, set of 1960 and 1970 large and small dates, all 7 of the 1982 cents, and all of the P…
In August 1914, the three 'Radetzky’s' and three completed 'Tegetthof' dreadnoughts formed the First Battle Squadron All three ships, serving as the 2nd Battle Division, First Battle Squadron, took part in a May 1915 shore bombardment of the Italian coast with the three dreadnoughts, but thereafter remained inactive at Pola as a fleet-in-being
YMCA, corner of Third and Market Streets in Alton. The Alton YMCA began in 1883. They used various meeting places until 1907, when a new facility was completed. Fire gutter it in 1914, but was rebuilt in 1915. From Hayner Library
1902: Valley for Sale 1902: The Party 1902: An Outbreak of Romance 1905: A Birth and a Death 1905: The Storm 1905: A Hollow Victory 1914: The Last Hot Summer 1914: Call to Arms 1915: Death of a Hero 1916: The Profiteers 1917: The Bad Season 1918: The Service 1919: The Old and the New ...A Horseman Riding By - Complete Series - 6-DVD Set ( A Horse man Riding By )
BACK, Herbert Stanley. Private, No.406, 15th Battalion. Son of Frederick & Teresa Ann Back, of Granville, Maryborough. Enlisted in September, 1914. Trained in Brisbane, and sailed for Egypt in December, 1914. He completed his training in Egpyt, and went to Gallipoli. Was at the landing of 25th April, 1915. He was wounded on the 9th May, 1915, and sent to hospital. He subsequently returned to Gallipoli in July,1915, and was killed on the 8th August, 1915. (NLA)
The Alton Young Men’s Christian Association began in 1883. The members used various meeting places until 1907, when an elaborate new facility was completed at the corner of Third and Market Streets. Fire gutted the building in 1914, but it was renovated and expanded in 1915.
HMS Kent (1901). Builder: Portsmouth Royal Dockyard. Laid down: 12 February 1900. Launched: 6 March 1901. Completed: 1 October 1903. Fate: Sold for scrap, 20 June 1920. Class: Monmouth-class armoured cruiser. Displacement: 10,000 tons. Length: 463 ft 6 in (141.3 m). Beam: 66 ft (20.1 m). Draught: 25 ft (7.6 m). Speed: 23 knots (43 km/h).