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KCBS newscaster Al Hart (left), of Walnut Creek, and Don Mozley perform 'Newsroom 1956' at the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame's first induction ceremony during the annual Broadcast Legends Holiday Luncheon at the Double Tree Hotel in Berkeley, Calif. on Wednesday, December 06, 2006. (Dean Coppola/Cont
Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, UK on May 21st 2017. Berkeley cars made over 4000 between 1956 and 1960 from their factory in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. All were powered by motorcycle engines, front wheel drive and fibreglass bodies and were seen as an affordable way to own a 'sports car'. These lightweight microcars were made as two seater, four seater four wheelers, plus late on they also made a three wheeler. The company went bankrupt in December 1960, but each year the Berkeley Enthusiasts Club take their cars on a 'pilgrimage' back to Biggleswade. Credit: KEITH MAYHEW/Alamy Live News
Berkeley cars made over 4000 between 1956 and 1960 from their factory in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. All were powered by motorcycle engines, front wheel drive and fibreglass bodies and were seen as an affordable way to own a 'sports car'. These lightweight microcars were made as two seater, four seater four wheelers, plus late on they also made a three wheeler. The company went bankrupt in December 1960, but each year the Berkeley Enthusiasts Club take their cars on a 'pilgrimage' back to Biggleswade Featuring: Berkeley Cars Where: Biggleswade, United Kingdom When: 21 May 2017 Credit: WENN.com
British musician Ronnie Ronalde and Bride Corsie on horseback, taking part in a race around Berkeley Square as part of a Christmas party organised by the Mayfair Club for a children's charity. 21st December 1956.
Oct. 10, 1956 - Fibre Glass Sports Car Enters Low Price Field. British Designer. Lawaence Bond, already known in his country for a three wheel Minicar, has come up with what he hopes will be a successful low priced sports car. Named the Berkeley, powered by a 322 c.c. engine in a racy, sporting, fibre glass body, Bond's ''baby'' is claimed to do 60 miles to the British or Imperial gallon of gas and 70 m.p.h. Export price in England, according to the manufacturers, Berkeley Coachwork Ltd., Biggleswads, is ,064. Picture shows: - The fibre glass Berkeley.
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Ellis Myers with Berkeley E.A.S.E. computer. Photograph taken October 18, 1956
Panel (Furnishing Fabric). Charles Edmund (Ed) Rossbach (American, 1914-2002); United States, California, Berkeley. Date: 1955-1956. Dimensions: 267.8 × 100.5 cm (105 1/2 × 39 5/8 in.) Repeat: 18.8 cm (7 3/8 in.). Silk, 2:2 twill weave; warp ikat dyed. Origin: California. Museum: The Chicago Art Institute.
. California apricot industry : trends and outlook. Apricot; Fruit-culture. Stockton District. ;£ 1936 1956 1936 1956 1936 1956 1936 1956 Fie;. 2. ace classification of apricot acreage by major districts. 1936 and 1956. . Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Foytik, Jerry, 1914-2001. [Berkeley, Calif. ] : Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California
. Currents in biochemical research, 1956; twenty-seven essays charting the present course of biochemical research and considering the intimate relationship of biochemistry to medicine, physiology, and biology. Biochemistry -- Research. CONTRIBUTORS. Robert A. Alberty, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Eli Lilly Award, 1956. H. A. Barker, Ph.D. Professor of Plant Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley, Calif. James A. Bassham, Ph.D. Assistant Director, Photosynthesis Laboratory, Bio-Organic Chemistry Group, Radiation Laboratory, University
Details from the Connaught Hotel in London, one of the finest hotels in the City
The Suez Crisis - The Royal Navy - Plymouth - 1956
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