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Revolutionary War Army Conge de Reforme. Signed by General Antoine Joseph Marie de Valette (1748-1823) and General Louis Beaumont (1771-1813). Conge de Reforme dated Grenoble , le 13 Fructidor An 9 (

Revolutionary War Army Conge de Reforme. Signed by General Antoine Joseph Marie de Valette (1748-1823) and General Louis Beaumont (1771-1813). Conge de Reforme dated Grenoble , le 13 Fructidor An 9 (

Revolutionary War Army Conge de Reforme. Signed by General Antoine Joseph Marie de Valette (1748-1823) and General Louis Beaumont (1771-1813). Conge de Reforme dated Grenoble , le 13 Fructidor An 9 (

Revolutionary War Army Conge de Reforme. Signed by General Antoine Joseph Marie de Valette (1748-1823) and General Louis Beaumont (1771-1813). Conge de Reforme dated Grenoble , le 13 Fructidor An 9 (

La Victoria de Samotracia. Museo del Louvre, París

La Victoria de Samotracia. Museo del Louvre, París

American photographer Linda Eastman with Paul McCartney of the Beatles. Linda Eastman of course would later become mrs. Linda McCartney.

American photographer Linda Eastman with Paul McCartney of the Beatles. Linda Eastman of course would later become mrs. Linda McCartney.

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney and John Lennon.

Paul McCartney and John Lennon.

* Paul McCartney & George Harrison * Novembro/1960(?)

* Paul McCartney & George Harrison * Novembro/1960(?)

paul and john

paul and john

David Hume on Human Nature, the Myth of Selfishness, and Why Vanity Is Proof of Virtue Rather Than Vice – Brain Pickings

David Hume on Human Nature, the Myth of Selfishness, and Why Vanity Is Proof of Virtue Rather Than Vice – Brain Pickings

“We wrote a lot of stuff together, one on one, eyeball to eyeball…. In those days we absolutely used to write like that — both playing into each other’s noses.” John Lennon “I was actually working with the great John Lennon, and he with me. It was very exciting.” Paul McCartney

“We wrote a lot of stuff together, one on one, eyeball to eyeball…. In those days we absolutely used to write like that — both playing into each other’s noses.” John Lennon “I was actually working with the great John Lennon, and he with me. It was very exciting.” Paul McCartney