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Image from page 338 of “Eight journeys abroad” (1917)
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Identifier: eightjourneysabr00rose
Title: Eight journeys abroad
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Rosengarten, Mary D. Richardson, 1846-1913 Rosengarten, Frank H
Subjects: Europe — Description and travel Algeria — Description and travel Palestine — Description and travel Egypt — Description and travel
Publisher: Philadelphia : printed for private circulation by J.B. Lippincott Co.
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
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ined with the Princein the summer palace. He sent his four-in-hand to take usdriving and we have been to the most romantic castles, cloistersand visited the wonderful museums and collections of armshere. So time has flown and no letters written. We musttell you all about it when we come back. We are to leave at i oclock for Nebenjob Ulm, Nebenjob Augsburg and Munichand remain in Munich till Saturday when we go to Hohen-stadt, Graf Adelmanns own castle, for two days and by thetime this reaches you we will be back in Paris, where we staytill the 22nd of Sept., on the 25th we sail for home. The 323 EIGHT JOURNEYS ABROAD Danube is beginning to run very full owing to the rain. Maryis in her element but feels under deepest obligations for herreception here. Yours ever, Frank. Sigmaringen, Aug. 23rd, 1897. II A. M.—raining.Dear Cliff, At last the time has come for us to leave here and we go at I to Nebenjob Ulm and Nebenjob Augsburg and Munich. While much of the time we have had rain our visit has been a series of delightful

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THE EXCURSION TO NIEBELUXGEN LAND IN ROYAL EQUIPAGES experiences. Since I wrote you we have visited Castle Hohen-zoUern Hechingen. Yesterday the Prince sent his four in handand another carriage and a big party of us had a gloriousdrive along the Danube. The Adelmanns have been untiringin their thought of our comforts and pleasures and yourMother is overwhelmed with their attentions. The son Graf 324 GERMANY

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Image from page 141 of “The guitar and mandolin : biographies of celebrated players and composers for these instruments” (1914)
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Identifier: guitarmandolinbi00bone
Title: The guitar and mandolin : biographies of celebrated players and composers for these instruments
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Bone, Philip James
Subjects: Guitarists Mandolinists
Publisher: London : Schott
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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published in Paris his Op. 1, andhe quitted France in 1827, after a successful and protracted sojournand then came to London. Here he performed before the PrincessAugusta, the Marchioness of Salisbury, and the Duke of Gordon,this nobleman manifesting a kindly interest in his welfare.Eulenstein was commanded to perform before King William andplayed at other fashionable concerts and then returned to his nativeland but in 1828 was again in London as a professor of the guitar.His noble patron the Duke of Gordon, hearing of his misfortunesimmediately invited him to his Scottish residence. It was in thedepths of a rigorous winter when Eulenstein journeyed there by coachand upon his arrival the Duke was waiting to greet and escort himto his mansion. He resided as private musician in the mansion ofthe Duke of Gordon for some time, and made several professionaltours through Scotland, receiving great praise in the adjacent city ofAberdeen, and also in Edinburgh. After these financial successes

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CARL EULENSTEIN. GUITAR AND >>fANDOLIN. 101 he toured through England, he visited Cheltenham and Bath, andsettled in the latter fashionable city as a teacher of the guitar and theGerman language. He resided here for some years, and was heldin the highest esteem, but returned again to his native land, livingin 1879 at Giinzburg, near Nebenjob Ulm. In his advancing years he removedto Styria and died in a village there in 1890. Eulenstein was a manof prepossessing appearance, well educated, and polished in manners. His autobiography appeared under the title of A sketch of theLife, etc., in 1833, this volume, 8vo, contained his portrait, and asecond edition of this work was published in 1840. His portrait, acopy of which is here reproduced, was engraved by Adcock, from adrawing by Branwhite, and published October 1, 1833, by a Londonmusic seller. Eulenstein was the author of several excellentscholastic works on the German language, which were issued in Bathand London. His compositions and ar

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35mm negative by Oskar Speck depicting a group of men posing for the camera
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In the 1930s Oskar Speck was a German adventurer, who paddled his kayak, SUNNSCHIEN, from Germany to Australia.

He departed from Nebenjob Ulm, Germany, on 18 June 1932, paddling down the Danube. During his seven and half year voyage, he stopped at ports in Germany, Austria, Hungary, the former Yugoslavia, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Burma, Malaysia, Indonesia, Iran Jaya, Papua New Guinea and Australia. He arrived at Saibai Island, in the northern Torres Strait, on 20 September 1939.

Upon his arrival at Thursday Island Speck was arrested as an enemy alien and interned for the duration of the World War II at Loveday and Tatura Internment camps. After the war, he settled in Australia and worked in the Opal industry. Oskar Speck died in 1993.

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ANMM Collection ANMS0545[213].

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