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    • Grapurchat, March 31, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Picking Oranges Near Valencia, Spain

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    • If you turn to your map of Spain you will find the city of Valencia on the east coast. It is a port of the Bay of Valencia, a part of the Mediterranean Sea. Valencia is the capital of the province of the same name, and is one of the most important...
    • Queen's Road, the Busy Street of Hongkong, China

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    • Hongkong is one of the important cities of China. The only other Chinese port that compares with it in shipping is Shanghai (shäng-hä´ ). It is impossible to tell exactly the amount of trade that Hongkong has each year, but it is probably between...
    • Madras and Harbor, India

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    • India looks like a great V on the map. The point of the V is not far from the Equator. The extreme northern part of the Indian Empire is 800 miles north of the Tropic of Cancer. From east to west the Empire extends some 2,000 miles. It is one-half...
    • Some of Our War Ships in Hampton Roads, V.A.

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    • This scene was taken on the opening day of the Jamestown Exposition, April 26, 1907. This was 300 years after the founding of the first English settlement in America. The chief point of interest is the great battleships lying in the roads. The...
    • Grapurchat, November 11, 1975

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, April 14, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Grapurchat, December 1, 1977

    • Student newspapers and periodicals.
      Radford University
    • Grapurchat was the first student newspaper at Radford College and was published from 1921 until 1978 when the name was changed to the Tartan. "The first two syllables of the word Grapurchat are formed from the colors of the Normal School, [as...
    • Fifth Royal Highlanders in Parade in Quebec

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    • This view was taken at the "Tercentenary" (300th year) celebration of the founding of Quebec in July of 1908. You know by this that the city was founded one year after the first permanent settlement was made at Jamestown, Va. There are two...
    • Rock of Gibraltar, Spain

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    • This rock is more frequently pictured perhaps than any other rock in the world. It stands on the north side of the Straits of Gibraltar (j-brl´ tår) and at the southern tip of Spain. It does not, however, belong to Spain. It is a possession of...
    • Bird's Eye View of Beirut, Syria

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    • Beirut (b-rt´) lies on a bay at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the port of Syria. It is 55 miles northwest of Damascus with which it is connected by railroad. It is not a large city, but it is important to Syria. It has about...
    • Harvesting Wheat in England

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    • In some parts of Great Britain grain is cut with reaphooks or scythes, just as it was here less than 100 years ago. But this in not true in the great midland grain belt of England. In fact one sees harvesting machinery all through the British...
    • Queenstown Harbor, Ireland

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    • If you were on one of the large ships bound from New York to Liverpool, you would probably "call" at Queenstown, Ireland. Sea-going men mean by a "call" a short stop without putting into port. The ships carrying mail stop outside Queenstown to...
    • Harbor of Colombo, Ceylon

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    • Colombo is the capital of Ceylon (s-ln´). Ceylon is an island lying southeast of India, and like India it is a colony of Great Britain. Ceylon is about the size of West Virginia. It contains over 3,500,000 people. It is famous for its tea...
    • Custom-house Scene and Harbor, Goteborg, Sweden

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    • The city of Goteborg lies directly east of the extreme northern point of Denmark. The stretch of water known as the Cattegat (kt´ -gt) lies between Denmark and Sweden. If you turn to your maps you will note that the location of the city near the...

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