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“The St Deniol's Library in Hawarden, which is funded by the national lottery, houses Gladstone's own collection of over 32,000 items.”
“But, as she began to draw her subjects from within her growing family and immediate milieu some of her photographs are uncannily redolent of those of the great Victorians, Julia Margaret Cameron and Lady Hawarden.”
“Gravesend in Kent was not far behind – reaching 29.6C (85.3F) at 3pm – while Wales also broke its October record, which had stood since 1985 when Hawarden reached 28.2C (80.6F) shortly after 2pm.”
“The concept was the brainchild of the late Dr Tim Hawarden, a British astronomer who was awarded Nasa's exceptional technology achievement medal a year ago.”
“But Dr Tudor Griffiths, rector of Hawarden, said if Dr Williams believes there is public enthusiasm for sharia law, he is desperately out of touch.”
“I also learned about the Edison mission concept, being developed by Tim Hawarden and Harley Thronson and an extensive international team.”
“Hawarden quickly surpassed the simple wonder of merely being able to take a photograph, and applied a personal, sure-handed sense of design to her art.”
“Hawarden used a large-format camera (negatives 10 inches square), the same bedroom as a set (wallpaper, fabric and shadow patterns in crisply varying compositions) and two of her daughters (she had 10 children) in costume.”
“Lady Hawarden, you see, was one of the best pioneer Victorian photographers.”
“Born in Hawarden, Iowa, Mr. Youngkin served in the Marines, and then worked in industrial design.”
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