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kiltedpride:

(via 500px / Real Men wear Kilts! - Sam Aguiar by Jorge Pereira)

british-history:

The Coronation of James I

25 July 1603

James VI of Scotland was crowned King of England and Ireland on this day in British history, 25 July 1603, becoming James I. Although the kingdoms of Scotland and England were individual sovereign states, with their own parliaments, judiciary, and laws, James brought about the Union of the Crowns, a union of the states (including Ireland) under the same monarch. James would continue to sit on all three thrones until his death in 1625. England and Scotland were not brought under unified parliamentary rule until the Acts of Union of 1707, with Ireland remaining a separate kingdom that was subordinate to England until 1784.

historical-nonfiction:

A vision of 2000, drawn by Jean-Marc Côté and other French artists to be used on cigar boxes and postcards, for the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris. It’s actually kind of sad how little of this we have. Who wouldn’t want to travel by whale?

a-snowy-fra:

Edward Hopper, “Rooms by the sea” (1952)

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jonathanstokesphotography:

A couple of shots from a recent shoot in the Scottish Highlands

© Jonathan Stokes Photography

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anaircatarino:

The weather in Edinburgh is terribly unpredictable… And sometimes haar (aka coastal fog) slowly takes over its streets, making us forget that it’s summer and that we should all be drinking caipirinhas outside!

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kiltedpride:

(via 500px / Untitled by Fouquier)

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Betty Grable

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Bette Davis at the premiere of All About Eve with her Mother Ruthie, 1950

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

July 21, 1925: Scopes Found Guilty in “Monkey Trial”

On this day in 1925, a Tennessee high school science teacher, John Thomas Scopes, was found guilty for allegedly teaching evolution, which violated Tennessee state law. The Scopes Trial, known as the “Monkey Trial,” lasted only a week, but ignited conversation and debate over whether to teach Creation or Evolution in the classroom.

The court acquitted Scopes on a technicality but upheld the constitutionality of the state law which was eventually overturned in 1967.

Explore American Experience’s timeline of the Scopes “Monkey” Trial to learn more.

Image:  John Thomas Scopes, Library of Congress.

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