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Osa Johnson, adventurer and American documentary filmmaker, riding a zebra, Photo from the Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum.

Bletchley Park, made famous during the Second World War as a code breaking centre. In early 1941, Bletchley Park was a base for training dogs to be used for insurgency purposes should Nazi Germany invade Britain.   The Airedale Terrier was selected as the most suitable breed. Intelligent, easily trained and capable of navigating long distances unaided.   Trained by the wives of Bletchley Park scientists.  In a remarkable feat, the Airedales were taught to recognise targets.

"World War II ladies with their Airedales. These Airedales were used in World War II as sentry (guard) dogs. Members of the Women Auxiliary Territorial Services cared for the dogs and exercised them; although the actual training was done by men"

Daughter and Mother Daguerreotype - c.1850 It sorta fascinates me to see old fashioned pictures where the young girls are plain or pudgy.

Daughter and Mother Daguerreotype - It sorta fascinates me to see old fashioned pictures where the young girls are plain or pudgy.

POSTER Portrait young woman knitting 1920-1935 This photo is part Australian National Maritime Museum's Samuel J. Hood Studio collection. Sam 1872-1953 was Australia best art poster http://www.amazon.it/dp/B00P31NIKA/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_0hCJvb14GQRVG

This photograph is so sublime. Portrait of a young woman knitting, via Australian National Maritime Museum

Happiness is knitting with my sister!

Two girls playing with yarn and knitting needle at Harlem playground, between 1950 and 1970 by Florence Ward, NAACP collection

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