Sunday, January 1, 2012
edwardianera: Gabrielle Ray, 1908

edwardianera: Gabrielle Ray, 1908

Saturday, December 31, 2011
edwardianera:

Edwardian Theatre: The pillow fight from the Dormitory Scene from ‘Liberty Belles’ at the Madison Square Theatre on W 24th Street N.Y. - 9/30/1901

edwardianera:

Edwardian Theatre: The pillow fight from the Dormitory Scene from ‘Liberty Belles’ at the Madison Square Theatre on W 24th Street N.Y. - 9/30/1901

edwardianera:

Edwardian Theatre: The Matinee Girl Chorus in ‘The New Yorkers’, a musical in two Acts at the Herald Square Theatre, N.Y.(10/7/1901 - 11/30/1901)

edwardianera:

Edwardian Theatre: The Matinee Girl Chorus in ‘The New Yorkers’, a musical in two Acts at the Herald Square Theatre, N.Y.(10/7/1901 - 11/30/1901)

Friday, December 30, 2011
questionableadvice:~ The Mystery of Love, Courtship and Marriage Explained, by Henry J. Wehman, originally published 1890

questionableadvice:~ The Mystery of Love, Courtship and Marriage Explained, by Henry J. Wehman, originally published 1890

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allthingsking:I can read for hours by ~AmyyAmyy, photo of The Shining

allthingsking:I can read for hours by ~AmyyAmyy, photo of The Shining

teachingliteracy:Sarahendepity on etsy.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
vintagevision:

[Miss Mary and Lotte at the Hill Crest], ca. 1910Heinrich KühnAutochrome
Miss Mary is seen here probably in the company of Lotte. In the airy openness of the Tyrolean landscape, accentuated by the low angle of vision, the bent silhouette of the governess seems to call out in concern to the half-visible little figure who has ventured over the crest of the hill. Vertical cloud formations discreetly echo the figures’ connectedness. All simplicity and allusion, the image is among Kühn’s most felicitous.
MMA

vintagevision:

[Miss Mary and Lotte at the Hill Crest], ca. 1910
Heinrich Kühn
Autochrome

Miss Mary is seen here probably in the company of Lotte. In the airy openness of the Tyrolean landscape, accentuated by the low angle of vision, the bent silhouette of the governess seems to call out in concern to the half-visible little figure who has ventured over the crest of the hill. Vertical cloud formations discreetly echo the figures’ connectedness. All simplicity and allusion, the image is among Kühn’s most felicitous.

MMA

vintagevision:

Unknown photographer, autochrome c. 1900. Private collection.

vintagevision:

Unknown photographer, autochrome c. 1900. Private collection.