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marthajefferson:

momorsa:

Louis Comfort Tiffany “Window design” late 19th–early 20th century.Watercolor, gouache, pen, red ink, and graphite on Bristol board, mounted on grey matt

marthajefferson:

momorsa:

Louis Comfort Tiffany “Window design” late 19th–early 20th century.
Watercolor, gouache, pen, red ink, and graphite on Bristol board, mounted on grey matt

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fontan-elle:

Władysław Ślewiński (1856-1918)Woman Combing

fontan-elle:

Władysław Ślewiński (1856-1918)
Woman Combing

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heaveninawildflower:

'Chess' by Leonard Campbell Taylor. Plate from 'The International Studio' 1915 (Volume 55). Published John Lane & Co. New York.
archive.org

heaveninawildflower:

'Chess' by Leonard Campbell Taylor. Plate from 'The International Studio' 1915 (Volume 55). Published John Lane & Co. New York.

archive.org

07:20 am ~ marblefeet246 notes

Where is Jessica Hyde?

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maudelynn:

Lovely illustration of 1920s Halloween Costumes from Dennison’s Magazine 
via nwantiquelink

maudelynn:

Lovely illustration of 1920s Halloween Costumes from Dennison’s Magazine 

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books0977:

The Girls of Central High on Track and Field Or, The Girl Champions of the School League. Gertrude W. Morrison. Grosset and Dunlap, 1914.
"There were seven of the girls and every one of the seven—in her way—was attractive. But the briskest, and most eager, and most energetic, was really the smaller—a black-eyed, be-curled, laughing miss who seemed bubbling over with high spirits."

books0977:

The Girls of Central High on Track and Field Or, The Girl Champions of the School League. Gertrude W. Morrison. Grosset and Dunlap, 1914.

"There were seven of the girls and every one of the seven—in her way—was attractive. But the briskest, and most eager, and most energetic, was really the smaller—a black-eyed, be-curled, laughing miss who seemed bubbling over with high spirits."

09:20 am ~ marblefeet24 notes

"Don’t dream it, be it."

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

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nubbsgalore:

fireflies in timelapse, photos by (click pic) vincent bradytakehito miyataketsuneaki hiramatsu and spencer black

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08:00 am ~ marblefeet143,509 notes

brownstoneholmes:

Sherlock’s various methods for waking Joan up.

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theyorkist:

lostsplendor:

"Glamour of the Allies": French Postcard Set c. 1917 via Tuckdb

Give me the strength not to go write essays about these immediately.

I know I have reblobbed this before but I feel like it is important to do so again. Military inspired WW1 women’s fashion is just about my favourite aaaaah. One day I will make a Cossack coat like this. I just.

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viviensleigh:

Happy 89th Birthday Angela Lansbury!
(October 16, 1925)

Birthdays have never been tough for me. Aging simply opens up new pages of possibilities. Age really doesn’t have any bearing on my ability to look forward with joy.

-Angela Lansbury

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fashionsfromhistory:

Riding Jacket

c.1750

Europe

MET

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