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3551
South Main Street, Plymouth, Michigan.
South Main Street, Plymouth, Michigan.
South Main Street, Plymouth, Michigan. 
 
3552
Soyuz Landing Module.
Soyuz Landing Module.
The ground crew works to get the three astronauts out of the Soyuz lander. 
 
3553
Soyuz Orbiter.
Soyuz Orbiter.
Soyuz Orbiter as seen from the International Space Station. 
 
3554
Soyuz TMA-19 Launch.
Soyuz TMA-19 Launch.
The liftoff of the Soyuz launch vehicle carrying Soyuz TMA-19. This was the Start of International Space Station Expedition 24. 
 
3555
Soyuz TMA-19M
Soyuz TMA-19M
Soyuz TMA-19M orbiter attached to the International Space Station. 
 
3556
Soyuz-FG 2.
Soyuz-FG 2.
Another view of the Soyuz launch vehicle being prepped for launch. 
 
3557
Soyuz-FG.
Soyuz-FG.
Soyuz-FG carrier rocket that took Wheelock into space being moved to the launching pad. 
 
3558
Spanish American War.
Spanish American War.
Spanish American War. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders on top of the hill which they captured at the Battle of San Juan. 
 
3559
Spencer Clawson.
Spencer Clawson.
Pioneers and prominent men of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah, Utah pioneers book publishing company, 1913. 
 
3560
Spencer Tracy
Spencer Tracy
Spencer Tracy in the 1963 film It's a Mad Mad Mad World
 
3561
Spencer Tracy
Spencer Tracy
Spencer Tracy 
 
3562
Spencer Tracy.
Spencer Tracy.
Spencer Tracy. 
 
3563
Spencer Weeks
Spencer Weeks
Spencer Weeks 
 
3564
Spice Williams
Spice Williams
Spice Williams 
 
3565
Spice Williams Star Trek
Spice Williams Star Trek
Spice Williams Star Trek 
 
3566
Spice Williams-Crosby.
Spice Williams-Crosby.
Marceline Ann Williams AKA Spice Williams-Crosby - Actress, Stunt Woman, married to my 12th cousin 1 time removed. 
 
3567
Spillway dam at Channahon State Park, Illinois.
Spillway dam at Channahon State Park, Illinois.
In order for the Illinois and Michigan Canal to cross the DuPage River not only were two locks used to change elevation but the river was raised as well. This was accomplished by the use of a spillway dam. The original dam has been rebuilt several times. 
 
3568
Spindle.
Spindle.
Berwyn was the home of Spindle. A sculpture by the artist Dustin Shuler (1948–2010). It was erected in 1989 and demolished May 2, 2008. It can be seen in the movie "Wayne's World". 
 
3569
Spirit of Carnauba Sikorsky S-38
Spirit of Carnauba Sikorsky S-38
The "Spirit of Carnauba". A replica of a Sikorsky S-38. The original sank in 1938 at Manokwari Bay in Indonesia. The plane was used by Herbert in 1935 for a 7.500 mile expedition to Brazil to find a sustainable source of Carnaúba wax needed for his business. Herbert thought the journy changed his life. Upon his return he wrote the book "Carnauba Expedition: The Story of a Scientific Adventure by Airplane to Study the Carnauba Palm at Its Source in the Interior of Brazil. He wrote the dedication to his son; "To Sammy, I hope you make this trip some day. It changed my life. Love, Dad." The plane now hangs in the S C Johnson world headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin. In the Background is the S C Johnson research tower. Herbert commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design the S C Johnson headquarters of which the tower is part of. 
 
3570
Spring Green Gate.
Spring Green Gate.
Spring Green Gate. 
 
3571
Springfield, Illinois. 1867
Springfield, Illinois. 1867
Chicago Lithograph Company, Chicago Illinois 1867 
 
3572
SS Arabella.
SS Arabella.
From; "Genealogy and Memoirs of Isaac Stearns and His Descendants"
by Avis (Stearns) Van Wagenen, Courier Printing Company, Syracuse, New York 1901. 
 
3573
SS Barbarossa.
SS Barbarossa.
The SS Barbarossa was built in Germany in 1897. In 1917 it was seized and converted to a troop transport and renamed the USS Mercury. It was sold for scrap in 1924.  
 
3574
SS Cassel
SS Cassel
Built for Lloyd in 1901 it was 7,543 tons, 428.9ft long x 54.3ft wide, it had 1 funnel, 2 masts, twin screws and a top speed of 13 knots, and space for 140-2nd and 1,938-3rd class passengers. 
 
3575
SS Chemnitz.
SS Chemnitz.
On the 6th of October, 1906 Anton, his wife and oldest child left Gemany from the port of Bremen aboard the S.S. Chemnitz. They arrived in New York on the 19th. 
 
3576
SS General Werder
SS General Werder
SS General Werder 
 
3577
SS Kaiser Wilhelm II
SS Kaiser Wilhelm II
A poster advertising travel to America featuring the SS Kaiser Wilhelm II. 
 
3578
SS Köln.
SS Köln.
The Köln was seized in 1917 during WWI and used as a troop transport, by the US Army to move its expeditionary force to France. It was turned over to the Navy in 1919 and renamed the USS Amphion. After being used to bring troops home it was decommissioned in 1919 and scrapped in 1924. 
 
3579
SS La Bourgogne.
SS La Bourgogne.
The Transatlantic steamer La Bourgogne, entering the port of Le Havre, France. 
 
3580
SS Principe Di Piemonte.
SS Principe Di Piemonte.
SS Principe Di Piemonte was a four masted twin funnel steam ocean liner built in 1907. The ship was converted to a cargo ship and renamed the SS Folia. On Sunday, March 11th 1917, the SS Folia was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-53. 
 
3581
SS Rotterdam II
SS Rotterdam II
The Holland-America Line ship was built in 1878 by Harland & Wolff, Ltd. in Belfast, Ireland. It had an iron hull, weighed 3,329 tons, and was 397 ft long X 37 ft wide. It had four masts and one smokestack. It was originally designed as a freighter and was later converted to a passenger ship, able to carry 920 passengers.

Painting by Maritime artist Captain Stephen J. Card commissioned by the Holland America Line. The painting depicts the ship in New York in 1887. 
 
3582
SS Schiller.
SS Schiller.
On the evening of 7 May 1875 the steam ship SS Schiller was grounded on a reef off the coast of the Isles of Scilly. The Captain attempted to free the ship but the situation was only made worse. The seas were becoming progressively worse as was the situation aboard the Schiller as it was found that only two of her lifeboats were seaworthy. 26 men and 1 woman eventually made it to shore in the lifeboats. Meanwhile all the women and children were moved to the pilot house to protect them from the storm. The remaining crew and male passengers were unable to do anything when a huge wave crashed into the deck house ripping off the roof and sweeping all the occupants into the sea. The remaining people spent the night on the Schiller. Some were swept over board. Some died of hypothermia. As day broke and rescuers arrived only 10 people were left alive. A total of 335 died. Among them were Rebecca Marquand (Crosby) Caverly and her daughter Amy. Their bodies were never recovered. 
 
3583
St Columba Church, Ottawa, LaSalle, Illinois
St Columba Church, Ottawa, LaSalle, Illinois
St Columba Church, Ottawa, LaSalle, Illinois 
 
3584
St James Clerkenwell Etching.
St James Clerkenwell Etching.
St James Clerkenwell Etching. 
 
3585
St Leo The Great Shrine At Holy Sepulchre In Alsip, Illinois
St Leo The Great Shrine At Holy Sepulchre In Alsip, Illinois
St. Leo the Great was born in Tuscany. As deacon, he was dispatched to Gaul as a mediator by Emperor Valentinian III. He reigned as Pope between 440 and 461. He persuaded Emperor Valentinian to recognize the primacy of the Bishop of Rome in an edict in 445. The doctrine of the Incarnation was formed by him in a letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople, who had already condemned Eutyches. At the Council of Chalcedon this same letter was confirmed as the expression of Catholic Faith concerning the Person of Christ.

All secular historical treatises eulogize his efforts during the upheaval of the fifth century barbarian invasion. His encounter with Attila the Hun, at the very gates of Rome persuading him to turn back, remains a historical memorial to his great eloquence. When the Vandals under Genseric occupied the city of Rome, he persuaded the invaders to desist from pillaging the city and harming its inhabitants. He died in 461, leaving many letters and writings of great historical value. His feast day is November 10th 
 
3586
St Mary le Port Church Ruins Circa 1940.
St Mary le Port Church Ruins Circa 1940.
St Mary le Port Church was bombed during WWII on 24 November 1940 during the Bristol Blitz. 
 
3587
St Mary le Port Church Ruins Panorama.
St Mary le Port Church Ruins Panorama.
St Mary le Port Church Ruins Panorama. 
 
3588
St Mary le Port Tower.
St Mary le Port Tower.
St Mary le Port Tower. 
 
3589
St Mary Old Church Churchyard.
St Mary Old Church Churchyard.
In 1875 the SS Schiller sank off the coast of the Isles of Scilly. 335 people lost their lives. Those that were recovered were buried at St Mary Old Church Churchyard. 
 
3590
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine, Section 9, Ascension Cemetery
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine, Section 9, Ascension Cemetery
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini was born as Maria Francesca Cabrini on July 15, 1850 in Sant' Angelo Lodigiano, Lombardy, Italy. In 1877, she became Mother Cabrini after she finally made her vows and took the religious habit, also adding Xavier to her name in honor of St. Francis Xavier. On March 31, 1889, Frances arrived in New York City along with six other sisters ready to begin her new journey. Frances has two miracles attributed to her. She restored sight to a child who was believed to have been blinded by excess silver nitrate, and she healed a terminally ill member of her congregation.

St. Frances Xavier Cabrini was beatified on November 13, 1938, by Pope Pius XI and canonized by Pope Pius XII on July 7, 1946, making her the first United States citizen to be canonized. Her feast day is celebrated on November 13 and she is the patron saint of immigrants. 
 
3591
St. Gabriel's Church.
St. Gabriel's Church.
St. Gabriel's Church Chicago, IL. 
 
3592
St. Gregory's Church, Sudbury.
St. Gregory's Church, Sudbury.
St. Gregory's Church, Sudbury. 
 
3593
St. Mary le Strand London.
St. Mary le Strand London.
St. Mary le Strand London. 
 
3594
St. Mary's Aldermary Church interior, London.
St. Mary's Aldermary Church interior, London.
St. Mary's Aldermary Church interior, London. 
 
3595
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent 
 
3596
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent.
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent.
St. Mary's Church Ashford Kent. 
 
3597
St. Mary's Church, Taunton, England.
St. Mary's Church, Taunton, England.
St. Mary's Church, Taunton, England. 
 
3598
St. Peter's Parish Church, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England
St. Peter's Parish Church, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England
St. Peter's church where the children of Edmund Rice were baptized from 1628 to 1638  
 
3599
Stacy Keach
Stacy Keach
Stacy Keach 
 
3600
Stacy Keach
Stacy Keach
Stacy Keach 
 

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