Filippo Brunelleschi is revered as one of the most inventive and gifted architects in history.

The Governor General's Awards are a collection of annual awards presented by the Governor General of Canada, recognizing distinction in numerous academic, artistic, and social fields.

- Governor General's Awards

Governor General's Awards

- List of awards presented by the Governor General of Canada

Governor General's Medals in Architecture (previously known as Massey Medals, administered by RAIC)

- Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Plan of First System Fort Adams
Major Robert Anderson, photo by Mathew Brady
Plan of Third System Fort Adams
An 1818 painting of Newport reportedly painted by a Hessian artist
Robert Anderson's telegram announcing the surrender of Fort Sumter
Aerial view of Fort Adams
A memorial in Newport's Touro Park commemorates the centennial of the founding of the League of American Wheelmen
Major Robert Anderson is honored with his likeness inscribed in a monument atop Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor.
2016 view of the west front of Fort Adams. Note the Endicott-era fire control station.
The Kennedys were married at St. Mary's Church
Gravesite at the West Point Cemetery
A section of historic Fort Adams in a neglected state (1968)
Founders Hall at the Naval War College
Anderson with his wife, Eliza Bayard Anderson, and son, Robert Jr.
Another section, 1968
Shoreline of the Easton Bay looking south from the cliff side at east end of Narragansett Avenue
Entrance, 1968
President John. F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis watch the 1962 America's Cup races off Newport
The grounds of the 2010 Newport Jazz Festival at Fort Adams State Park
The rock band My Morning Jacket performing at the 2015 Newport Folk Festival
Shopping on Thames Street
Colonial buildings in the Newport Historic District
Oliver Perry Monument in Eisenhower Park
Touro Synagogue, the oldest existing synagogue in the United States
The Breakers (1895)
Fort Adams in 2008
The Elms (1901)
Postcard view
President Chester A. Arthur vacationed in Newport in 1884
Newport Public Library
Redwood Library and Athenaeum
Marble House, owned and operated by the Preservation Society
Save The Bay Exploration Center and Aquarium

Fort Adams is a former United States Army post in Newport, Rhode Island that was established on July 4, 1799 as a First System coastal fortification, named for President John Adams who was in office at the time.

- Fort Adams

Anderson's last military assignment was a brief period as commanding officer of Fort Adams in Newport, Rhode Island, in August 1863.

- Robert Anderson (Civil War)

Fort Adams which houses the Museum of Yachting and hosts both the Newport Folk Festival and the Newport Jazz Festival, dates back to the War of 1812.

- Newport, Rhode Island
The huts at Harefield Park, an Australian Military Hospital during World War I
Late 20th-century houses in Northwood
Northwood and Pinner Cottage Hospital, built in 1926
Early 21st-century houses in Northwood Hills
The Northwood Hills public house
Northwood town centre

Harefield is near Denham, Ickenham, Northwood, Rickmansworth, Ruislip and Uxbridge.

- Harefield

The station was 2 mi south of Harefield village and usage was low, so the halt and goods yard were closed on 30 September 1931.

- Harefield Road tube station

This area is also served by Red Eagle Buses, which terminate at Mount Vernon Hospital with the R1 to Maple Cross and the R2 to Chorleywood - through Harefield and Rickmansworth.

- Northwood, London
The huts at Harefield Park, an Australian Military Hospital during World War I
The Brigade of Midshipmen marches into Bancroft Hall during Noon Meal Formation, a ceremony that occurs daily in the fall and spring.
Sheldon Library, 1901
Rotunda steps leading to Memorial Hall
US Naval Academy, Bancroft Hall (ca. 1908)
The Singer Building, once the tallest building in the world
U.S. Naval Academy in 1853
A map of the Naval Academy campus in 1924. Bancroft Hall is located on the far right, the largest building on the campus
Rufus Arndt Flagg System home, 1925
Stereoscopic views of midshipman quarters and mess hall c. 1905
Dedication in Memorial Hall USNA
The 1925 Bossert house is French Provincial-styled, with ridge dormers.
US Naval Academy waterfront in the late 1860s with the barrack/school ships USS Constitution and Santee tied up in the background. Other ships not identified.
Dedication Plaque in Memorial Hall
The 1924 Barfield-Staples house displays Flagg's round-capped chimneys.
David Dixon Porter
Cherokee Apartments
The graduating class of 1894
Lawrence Library, 1901
The U.S. Naval Academy was honored by the U.S. Post Office on a commemorative stamp, depicting two midshipmen in past (left) and present uniforms, with the Naval Academy seal at center, issued in 1937.
Naval Academy Midshipmen celebrate after graduation.
Rank structure
U.S. Naval Academy campus
Plebes (first year students) marching in front of Bancroft Hall
Interior of the Naval Academy chapel
The pool in the Lejeune Hall
Mexican War Monument to Midshipmen Shubrick, Clemson, Hynson, and Pillsbury
The 1926 National Championship football team
Plebes receive basic martial arts instruction during Plebe Summer training
Plebes paddle pontoon boats during a team-building portion of Sea Trials
A bagpiper with the Naval Academy Pipes and Drums
Wendy B. Lawrence
United States Naval Academy flag
George Dewey
Albert A. Michelson Class of 1873
William Daniel Leahy Class of 1897
Ernest King
William F. Halsey Jr. Class of 1904
Chester William Nimitz Class of 1905
Frank Jack Fletcher Class of 1906
Isaac Campbell Kidd
John Sidney McCain, Sr.
Raymond A. Spruance
Richmond Kelly Turner
Daniel Judson Callaghan
Norman Scott
Hyman G. Rickover
Robert Anson Heinlein
John Sidney McCain Jr.
Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr.
Walter Marty Schirra Jr.
James Earl Carter Jr.
Jeremiah A. Denton Jr.
James Bond Stockdale
James Benson Irwin
James Arthur Lovell Jr.
Thomas Patten Stafford
Henry Ross Perot
William Alison Anders
Charles Moss Duke Jr.
John Sidney McCain III
Bruce McCandless II
Robert McFarlane
Joe Bellino
Roger Thomas Staubach
Oliver Laurence North
James Henry Webb Jr.
Montel Williams
Napoleon McCallum
John Fuller
Kenneth Ham
David Maurice Robinson
Sunita Lyn Williams
Keenan Reynolds

Bancroft Hall, at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, is said to be the largest contiguous set of academic dormitories in the U.S. Bancroft Hall, named after former U.S. Secretary of the Navy, and famous historian/author George Bancroft, is home for the entire brigade of 4,000 midshipmen, and contains some 1,700 rooms, 4.8 mi of corridors, and 33 acre of floor space.

- Bancroft Hall

Usually Flagg alone is credited for some of the work he and Chambers worked on together, such as the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the U.S. Naval Academy, and Pomfret School in Connecticut which he saw as "part of the process of evolution that would contribute to the creation of a national style of architecture.”

- Ernest Flagg

The history of the academy can be divided into four eras: 1) use of original Fort Severn 1845–1861, 2) "Porter's Academy" 1865–1903, 3) "Flagg Academy" 1903–1941, 4) modern era 1941–present.

- United States Naval Academy
Marines search for enemy supply caches during Operation Oklahoma Hills
Company M, 3/26th Marines patrol during Operation Oklahoma Hills
Members of the battalion in Ramadi, Iraq in 2006
Marine in action
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Diamond Aranda, a Rifleman with India Co., 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment provides security during a downed vehicle recovery in Now Zad district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, supporting Afghan forces 16 Feb. 2014.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Sean Searfus/ Released)
Marines, led by a Vietnamese Kit Carson Scout
OIR 15.2 - Security Force Marines from the 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment executing Combat Marskmanship Program Short Range Table 5.
3/26 Marines move through Happy Valley
3/7 Marines operating a light-skinned, non-standard tactical vehicle convoy within the AOR.
Villagers of Bon Ton Village conduct ceremony for Marines
U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division attached to Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force, Crisis Response-Central Command (SPMAGTF-CR-CC) drive a Utility Task Vehicle around security positions at Fire Base Um Jorais (FB UJ) 4 July 2018. (Cpl. Carlos Lopez/Marine Corps)
3/7 Marines unload c rations from a CH-46

After sunset on 30 March the 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines landed at Hill 10 establishing Firebase Stallion and they began moving west into the operational area, at the same time 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines landed on Hill 41 and also began moving west and by the following morning both battalions were in positions along the slopes of Charlie Ridge.

- Operation Oklahoma Hills

The battalion fought in Operation Oklahoma Hills from 31 March to 29 May 1969.

- 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines

Along with the 1/7, 2/7 and elements of the 26th Marines and 51st ARVN regiment, the 3/7th also took part in Operation Oklahoma Hills from March through May 1969, an operation to clear PAVN base camps and infiltration routes out of the hills and valleys southwest of Da Nang, South Vietnam's second most important city and a major base for US operations at the time.

- 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines
Marines search for enemy supply caches during Operation Oklahoma Hills
Giancana in 1965
Fidel Castro during a visit to Washington, D.C., shortly after the Cuban Revolution in 1959.
Official release poster
Giancana mausoleum at Mount Carmel Cemetery
Sam Giancana, the head of the Chicago crime syndicate
Martin Scorsese in 2006, the director and producer of the film
CIA Director Richard Helms with President Lyndon B. Johnson
Harvey Keitel portrayed the mob boss Angelo Bruno.
CIA Director George H. W. Bush meeting with President Gerald Ford
Al Pacino and Robert De Niro during the 25th Critics' Choice Awards in 2020

According to the CIA documents, the so-called Family Jewels that were declassified in 2007, one assassination attempt on Fidel Castro prior to the Bay of Pigs invasion involved noted American mobsters John Roselli, Sam Giancana and Santo Trafficante.

- Assassination attempts on Fidel Castro

Additionally, several actors appear in smaller roles, including Aleksa Palladino as Mary Sheeran, Kevin O'Rourke as John McCullough, Bo Dietl as Joey Glimco, Kate Arrington as Older Connie Sheeran, Jordyn DiNatale as Young Connie Sheeran, Jim Norton as Don Rickles, Al Linea as Sam "Momo" Giancana, Garry Pastore as Albert Anastasia, Daniel Jenkins as E. Howard "Big Ears" Hunt, Paul Ben-Victor as Jake Gottlieb, Patrick Gallo as Anthony "Tony Jack" Giacalone, Jake Hoffman as Allen Dorfman, Ken Clark as James P. Hoffa, Peter Jay Fernandez as Cecil B. Moore, Jeff Moore as Frank Church, Gino Cafarelli as Frank Rizzo, and Robert Funaro as Johnny, a Friendly Lounge bartender.

- The Irishman

It is widely reputed and was partially corroborated by the Church Committee hearings that during the Kennedy administration, the CIA recruited Giancana and other mobsters to assassinate Fidel Castro.

- Sam Giancana
Giancana in 1965
"Map of Air Routes and Landing Places in Great Britain, as temporarily arranged by the Air Ministry for civilian flying", published in 1919, showing Castle Bromwich as a "military and civil station".
The M8 south of Broxburn, West Lothian
Kingston Bridge
The airline's first aircraft G-AMSU, a Douglas C-47B Dakota 4 at Blackbushe Airport in 1955 wearing the initial Dan-Air Services titles.
M8 nearing the west terminus of the motorway at Langbank, with views over the Clyde
A Dan-Air BAC One-Eleven coming in to land at Zürich Airport in May 1985.
Sign at junction 2
The interior of Dan-Air Comet 4C G-BDIX on display at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland.
This stub in the Tradeston area, popularly known as the "ski-ramp", is the abandoned interchange for the southern flank of the Glasgow Inner Ring Road
A Dan-Air Airbus A300 taxiing towards its stand at London Gatwick in March 1990.
Dan-Air operated this ex-Pan Am Boeing 707-321, registration G-AZTG (ex-N722PA), out of Berlin Tegel Airport during winter 1974–75. It is seen here at Tegel Airport in September 1978, shortly after its return from a lease to Air Malta (note the hybrid colour scheme).
Dan-Air operated this Nord 262 on its scheduled UK internal Link City routes during 1970–72. The aircraft is seen here at Manchester Airport in March 1971.
Dan-Air Avro York freighter at Manchester Airport in 1960, one of several examples operated between July 1954 and April 1964.
Dan-Air Bristol Freighter 31 operating a cargo flight at Manchester Airport in 1964.
Dan Air Avro York at the Imperial War Museum Duxford.
Dan-Air Airspeed AS 57 Ambassador at Bristol Airport in 1965.
Dan-Air Douglas DC-7BF cargo aircraft in 1969
Dan-Air Hawker Siddeley HS 748 at Cardiff Airport in 1980.
Dan-Air de Havilland Comets and BAC One-Elevens at Gatwick Airport in 1976.
de Havilland Comet next to a Boeing 707 at Manchester Airport in 1976.
A Dan-Air Boeing 727-100 in 1974

The site is now occupied by a Tesco supermarket and the M8 motorway; this straight and level section of motorway occupies the site of the runway.

- Renfrew Airport

Continuing west, it bypasses Renfrew and Paisley (carrying traffic directly over what was the main runway at Renfrew Airport, closed in 1966) before serving Glasgow International Airport, running to the south of Erskine, and terminating at Langbank, around 10 mi east of Greenock.

- M8 motorway (Scotland)

In 1959, British European Airways (BEA) awarded Dan-Air a two-year contract to operate its six-times weekly scheduled freight service between Heathrow, Manchester and Glasgow's old Renfrew Airport using Avro York freighters.

- Dan-Air
"Map of Air Routes and Landing Places in Great Britain, as temporarily arranged by the Air Ministry for civilian flying", published in 1919, showing Castle Bromwich as a "military and civil station".
Torben Grut
Villa Solliden
View of the pulp mill, between 1940–1955.

Swedish architect.

- Torben Grut

In the community there are old construction villages that were designed by Torben Grut.

- Vallvik

The architect of this was Swedish Torben Grut, who designed it to look like the Stockholm Palace.

- Embassy of Sweden, Helsinki
Torben Grut
Theatrical release poster
Yorke in the video

Song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the second single from their third studio album, OK Computer , on 25 August 1997.

- Karma Police

In 2007, Flunk released their third album, Personal Stereo, while May 2009 saw the publication of This Is What You Get, which includes a cover version of Radiohead's "Karma Police".

- Flunk

9) "Blue Monday" (Flunk)

- Nancy Drew (2007 film)
Guiyu oneiros, the earliest-known bony fish, lived during the Late Silurian, 419 million years ago). It has the combination of both ray-finned and lobe-finned features, although analysis of the totality of its features places it closer to lobe-finned fish.
Carl Linnaeus's 1735 classification of animals, with tetrapods occupying the first three classes
A: dorsal fin, B: fin rays, C: lateral line, D: kidney, E: swim bladder, F: Weberian apparatus, G: inner ear, H: brain, I: nostrils, L: eye, M: gills, N: heart, O: stomach, P: gall bladder, Q: spleen, R: internal sex organs (ovaries or testes), S: ventral fins, T: spine, U: anal fin, V: tail (caudal fin). Possible other parts not shown: barbels, adipose fin, external genitalia (gonopodium)
A modern coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae
Devonian fishes, including an early shark Cladoselache, Eusthenopteron and other lobe-finned fishes, and the placoderm Bothriolepis (Joseph Smit, 1905).
Three-spined stickleback males (red belly) build nests and compete to attract females to lay eggs in them. Males then defend and fan the eggs. Painting by Alexander Francis Lydon, 1879
Queensland lungfish
Fossil of Tiktaalik
Life restoration of Sparalepis tingi and other fauna from the Silurian of Yunnan
Eusthenopteron, ≈385 Ma
Fossil of the Devonian cheirolepidiform Cheirolepis canadensis
Tooth from the sarcopterygian Onychodus from the Devonian of Wisconsin
Tiktaalik, ≈375 Ma
Fossil of the Carboniferous elonichthyiform Elonichthys peltigerus
Acanthostega, ≈365 Ma
Fossil of the Permian aeduelliform Aeduella blainvillei
Ichthyostega, 374–359 Ma
Fossil of the Permian palaeonisciform Palaeoniscum freieslebeni
Edops, 323-299 Ma
Fossil of the Triassic bobasatraniiform Bobasatrania canadensis
Diadectes, 290–272 Ma
Fossil of the Triassic perleidiform Thoracopterus magnificus
Cross-section of a labyrinthodont tooth
Fossils of the Triassic prohaleciteiform Prohalecites sp., the earliest teleosteomorph
Fossil of the Jurassic aspidorhynchiform Aspidorhynchus sp.
Fossil of the Jurassic pachycormiform Pachycormus curtus
Fossil of the Cretaceous acipenseriform Yanosteus longidorsalis
Fossil of the Cretaceous aulopiform Nematonotus longispinus
Fossil of the Cretaceous ichthyodectiform Thrissops formosus
Fossil of the Cretaceous carangiform Mene oblonga
Fossil of the Cretaceous pleuronectiform Amphistium paradoxum
Fossil of a ray-finned perch (Priscacara serrata) from the Lower Eocene about 50 million years ago
Fossil of the Miocene syngnathiform Nerophis zapfei
Skeleton of the angler fish, Lophius piscatorius. The first spine of the dorsal fin of the anglerfish is modified so it functions like a fishing rod with a lure
Skeleton of another ray-finned fish, the lingcod

The group Tetrapoda, a superclass including amphibians, reptiles (including dinosaurs and therefore birds), and mammals, evolved from certain sarcopterygians; under a cladistic view, tetrapods are themselves considered a group within Sarcopterygii.

- Sarcopterygii

Tetrapods evolved from a group of animals known as the Tetrapodomorpha which, in turn, evolved from ancient sarcopterygian fish around 390 million years ago in the middle Devonian period; their forms were transitional between lobe-finned fishes and the four-limbed tetrapods.

- Tetrapod

The ray-finned fishes are so-called because their fins are webs of skin supported by bony or horny spines (rays), as opposed to the fleshy, lobed fins that characterize the class Sarcopterygii (lobe-finned fish).

- Actinopterygii