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"Unseen Heroes: The Backbone of Every Endeavor" From the grandeur of St

Background imageStaff Collection: Design staff of W G Tarrant of Byfleet, Surrey

Design staff of W G Tarrant of Byfleet, Surrey
Design staff of W.G. Tarrant of Byfleet, Surrey, in March 1918. W.G. Tarrant is the man with the beard in the centre of the back row

Background imageStaff Collection: Albert Kesselring

Albert Kesselring
ALBERT KESSELRING Chief of the General Staff of the Luftwaffe : condemned at Nuremberg for action in Italy but imprisoned, and eventually pardoned

Background imageStaff Collection: Pope Francis presides over Easter Holy Mass in St. Peters Square at the Vatican

Pope Francis presides over Easter Holy Mass in St. Peters Square at the Vatican, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Background imageStaff Collection: The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps. The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) was formed in 1993, by the union of the following British Army corps: Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Background imageStaff Collection: Icon of St. Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury, with the Holy Grail and the staff that flowered

Icon of St. Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury, with the Holy Grail and the staff that flowered, by the hand of a Monk of the Brotherhood of St. Seraphim of Sarov

Background imageStaff Collection: George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)

George Jackson Churchward (1857 - 1933)
George Jackson Churchward, pictured here in 1918, was the GWRs Chief Mechanical Engineer between 1902 and 1921. He oversaw the Swindon Works modernisation and introduced the 4-6-0 locomotives

Background imageStaff Collection: Statue of Augustus - The Vatican, Italy

Statue of Augustus - The Vatican, Italy
Emperor Augustus (63 BC AD 14). The Prima Porta statue - Vatican, Rome, Italy. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageStaff Collection: Stauffenberg

Stauffenberg
CLAUS SCHENK GRAF VON STAUFFENBERG Lieutenant colonel on the General Staff and central figure among the conspirators of the July Plot

Background imageStaff Collection: Landlord and Bar Sign

Landlord and Bar Sign
Due to the number of customers trying to pay for drinks by cheque, the landlords sign in this London pub makes it clear that draughts, not overdrafts, are available behind the bar

Background imageStaff Collection: Odysseus & Argos / Brown

Odysseus & Argos / Brown
Odysseus is recognised by his dog, Argos

Background imageStaff Collection: Ferryside Railway Station, Carmarthenshire, South Wales

Ferryside Railway Station, Carmarthenshire, South Wales
View of Ferryside Railway Station on the Great Western Railway, Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Probably taken from the footbridge across the tracks

Background imageStaff Collection: Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire

Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire
The railway station at Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Station staff stand on the platform while the Paddington-Worcester Express steams towards the station

Background imageStaff Collection: Loco staff cleaning No 5029 Nunney Castle

Loco staff cleaning No 5029 Nunney Castle
4-6-0 Castle class locomotive. Built 1934

Background imageStaff Collection: Masters of Malvern College

Masters of Malvern College
Illustration by Fred May showing the Headmaster of Malvern College, Mr Frank S. Preston, taking a roll-call of some of his staff. Malvern College is an independent school in Worcestershire, England

Background imageStaff Collection: Roman statue of Asclepius

Roman statue of Asclepius. The cult of the deity of Greek medicine, known as Asclepius, dates from the 6th century BC. Asclepius is represented in statues holding a staff around which a serpent

Background imageStaff Collection: Gondolas and houses

Gondolas and houses, Grand Canal, Venice, Veneto, Italy, Europe

Background imageStaff Collection: Chefs eating lunch at Sherrys restaurant, New York, 1902 (silver gelatin print)

Chefs eating lunch at Sherrys restaurant, New York, 1902 (silver gelatin print)
MNY380765 Chefs eating lunch at Sherrys restaurant, New York, 1902 (silver gelatin print) by Byron Company (fl.1890-1942); 27.9x35.6 cm; Museum of the City of New York

Background imageStaff Collection: Daily Mirror Staff Photographer Alisdair MacDonald aged 21. February 1962

Daily Mirror Staff Photographer Alisdair MacDonald aged 21. February 1962

Background imageStaff Collection: Staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England, 1915

Staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England, 1915
A group portrait of staff cooks at King George Military Hospital, London, England. Two military personnel are sitting in the front row, 1915

Background imageStaff Collection: Dressmakers workshop

Dressmakers workshop
Staff in the workroom of a dressmaker or outfitter. Clothes in various stages of completion are on dummies. The employees (all female apart from a solitary man with a tape measure around his neck)

Background imageStaff Collection: Scenes inside the famous boot room at Anfield. Left to right are

Scenes inside the famous boot room at Anfield. Left to right are: Current Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, coach Ronnie Moran, former manager Bob Paisley and assistant Roy Evans. 12th December 1985

Background imageStaff Collection: Wrexham team 1959 -60. Players and officials. Front row L-R : D

Wrexham team 1959 -60. Players and officials. Front row L-R : D. McNeil (Colts trainer) Scott, Mr John Love (Manager) Fred Davis, Gren Jones, Ronnie Hewitt, Ewan Fenton (skipper), Salisbury

Background imageStaff Collection: Black John of Tetcott, James Northcote (1746-1831)

Black John of Tetcott, James Northcote (1746-1831)
Oil on canvas, English School. In 1784 Northcote painted the portrait of John Arscott (1718-1788) of Tetcott, Devon, and it is probable that he painted this portrait of Black John of Tetcott at same

Background imageStaff Collection: Employees - Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, USA

Employees - Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, USA
The 36, 000 Employees of the Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan, USA pose for a group photograph in front of the factory buildings

Background imageStaff Collection: Butchers Shop, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex

Butchers Shop, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex
W Snelling Butchers Shop, 11 High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex. circa 1900

Background imageStaff Collection: Army Nursing Sister

Army Nursing Sister
A nursing sister, together with Army medical staff and hospital corps, and army chaplain

Background imageStaff Collection: Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter

Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter
Oh Mr Porter, whatever shall I do ? - the celebrated music hall song, made famous by Marie Lloyd

Background imageStaff Collection: Tarot Card 22 - Le Fou (The Fool)

Tarot Card 22 - Le Fou (The Fool)
Tarot Card 22 - Le Fou or Le Mat (The Fool)

Background imageStaff Collection: Garcon De Cafe 1850

Garcon De Cafe 1850
A French garcon de cafe, or cafe waiter. Date: 1850

Background imageStaff Collection: Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg

Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th Reg
An action during the Peninsular War, with riflemen of 95th (Rifle) Regiment acting as snipers, 1810 (c).Watercolour attributed to Denis Dighton

Background imageStaff Collection: Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1

Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1
Count Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf (1852-1925), Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of the First World War. Seen here with his Chief of Staff, General Muller

Background imageStaff Collection: FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader

FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photographed wearing bandoliers with his military staff during the Mexican Revolution, c1913

Background imageStaff Collection: Farmer at Byworth, October 1933

Farmer at Byworth, October 1933
Photograph by George Garland Garland Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Garland N8012

Background imageStaff Collection: Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum

Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum
Ethiopian Orthodox Priest, possibly in Axum (Aksum)

Background imageStaff Collection: JACOBs STAFF

JACOBs STAFF
A sailor uses a Jacobs Staff to calculate the angle between a star and the horizon

Background imageStaff Collection: Dolly of the Chop House

Dolly of the Chop House
Wily owner of the chop house in Queen s-head-passage, London, Dollys fame was such that she is remembered in print. Here she pours herself a medicinal drop of something

Background imageStaff Collection: Buffet Car No 9631, c1934

Buffet Car No 9631, c1934
GWR Publicity photograph Built 1934 to diagram H41. Currently on display at STEAM Museum of the GWR, Swindon

Background imageStaff Collection: Mens Pavilion & Recreation Grounds, Bournville, Birmingham

Mens Pavilion & Recreation Grounds, Bournville, Birmingham, England - part of the model community set up around the Cadburys Cocoa Factory. Cricket being played at the Cadbury Sports Club. Date: 1910

Background imageStaff Collection: The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman

The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - Bateman
The Man Who Lit His Cigar Before The Royal Toast - H M Bateman. This illustration shows an arrogant man who has defied etiquette by lighting his cigar before the correct course of dinner

Background imageStaff Collection: Roe Valley Hospital, Limavady, County Londonderry, Ireland

Roe Valley Hospital, Limavady, County Londonderry, Ireland
A member of staff and his dog stand in front of the Roe Valley Hospital, Limavady - formerly the Newtown Limavady Union workhouse. Date: Date unknown

Background imageStaff Collection: LFB and London Salvage Corps at a serious fire

LFB and London Salvage Corps at a serious fire
With 25 pumps attending a serious fire at Eversholt House, 163 Eversholt Street, NW1, the London Salvage Corps bring in reinforcements to deal with the effects of firefighting operations

Background imageStaff Collection: Crowds at the Evening Star naming ceremony, 18th March 1960

Crowds at the Evening Star naming ceremony, 18th March 1960
Crowds at the naming ceremony for Evening Star at Swindon Works in 1960. Evening Star was the last mainline British Railways steam locomotive to be built in Britain at Swindon Works

Background imageStaff Collection: Gracie Fields Home and Orphanage, Peacehaven, Sussex

Gracie Fields Home and Orphanage, Peacehaven, Sussex
Children and staff stand in front of the orphanage and childrens home at Peacehaven in East Sussex. The home was opened in 1933 by the singing star Gracie Fields to care for the children of parents

Background imageStaff Collection: Street scene with shops, Crickhowell, Powys, Mid Wales

Street scene with shops, Crickhowell, Powys, Mid Wales
A street scene with shops, in Crickhowell, Powys, Mid Wales. The large corner shop is Bells grocery store, decorated with flags, perhaps to celebrate Empire Day (24 May)

Background imageStaff Collection: Goodwick Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales

Goodwick Railway Station, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
A long line of passengers and staff waiting on the platform at Goodwick Railway Station on the Great Western Railway, Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, South Wales. They are all looking across at the camera

Background imageStaff Collection: Union Workhouse, Bagthorpe, Nottingham

Union Workhouse, Bagthorpe, Nottingham
Front entrance of the Nottingham Union Workhouse at Bagthorpe, Nottingham, with staff seated outside. Designed by Arthur Marshall

Background imageStaff Collection: The Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London, England, UK

The Millennium Dome, Greenwich, London, England, UK

Background imageStaff Collection: Totem poles, Vancouver, British Columbia (B. C. ), Canada, North America

Totem poles, Vancouver, British Columbia (B. C. ), Canada, North America
Totem poles, Vancouver, British Columbia (B.C.), Canada, North America



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"Unseen Heroes: The Backbone of Every Endeavor" From the grandeur of St. Peter's Square to the humble corners of a local pub, staff members are the unsung heroes who keep operations running smoothly and make every experience memorable. Whether it is Pope Francis presiding over Easter Holy Mass in Vatican City or The Royal Logistic Corps ensuring efficient supply chains, their dedication is unparalleled. In Italy, even statues like Augustus at The Vatican have witnessed the relentless commitment members who maintain its splendor for generations to come. Similarly, an icon depicting St. Joseph of Arimathea with the Holy Grail and a flourishing staff at Glastonbury reminds us that sometimes miracles happen through their hands. The name Stauffenberg may evoke thoughts of bravery and sacrifice during World War II, but behind this historic figure lies a team whose unwavering support enabled his mission. Likewise, a landlord tending to patrons under a bar sign symbolizes how they are create warm and welcoming environments where memories are made. Drawing inspiration from mythology, we find Odysseus returning home to his loyal dog Argos - an embodiment of loyalty that only dedicated they are offer. Even in remote locations like Ferryside Railway Station in South Wales or Adlestrop Railway Station in Gloucestershire, diligent staff ensure smooth journeys for countless travelers. George Jackson Churchward's legacy lives on as loco staff meticulously clean No 5029 Nunney Castle locomotive - preserving history one scrub at a time. Meanwhile, Roman statue Asclepius stands tall as a reminder that healthcare professionals throughout history have been vital pillars within society. Today we celebrate these everyday heroes - those who work tirelessly behind-the-scenes to make our world function seamlessly. Let us acknowledge their efforts and express gratitude for their invaluable contributions because without them, no endeavor could truly flourish.