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(31)LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class single from Plymouth Friary to Callington Road (dated 1/6/1908) in VGC. Rainham, Ryde St Johns Road, Shepperton, Staines № 1, Three Bridges, Victoria № 1, Wallington № 1, Waterloo № 3, Wimbledon № 1. Click SOUTH METROPOLITAN ELEC-TRIC TRAMWAYS Co Ltd geographical (5) and numerical stage (6) punch type TRAM TICKETS at 1d, 2d, 3½d and 6d over a variety of routes. 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The Nichols & Stone name, the intellectual property and the design rights were purchased by the L. Thomas Gardner standing in front of Crystal Lake with Mount Monadnock in the background.
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Students spend an average of six hours a day at school, with most of those hours spent behind a school desk.
Advertising for the desk claimed, “No desk in the market is made with more care, nor of better materials than the ‘Fashion,’ and none has met with a more popular reception, or gives better satisfaction.” The desk featured a Patent T-head, which eliminated screws and bolts by joining the wood of the top, back, and seat to the legs, which were made of cast iron.
Photo Credit: Art of Manliness Although standing desks are currently hailed as an ergonomically friendly alternative to the traditional desk and chair, its use in the classroom can be traced back to 1899, when Dr.
Ludwig Wilhelm Johannes Kotelmann wrote about standing desks in his book School Hygiene.