Thursday, April 15, 2010
artislovely:hopeintheair:billyjane:Frances Benjamin Johnston ~The Ring,1915 via Shorpy

artislovely:hopeintheair:billyjane:Frances Benjamin Johnston ~The Ring,1915 via Shorpy

edwardianera: Minnie Ashley

edwardianera: Minnie Ashley

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artislovely:hopeintheair:billyjane:Frances Benjamin Johnston ~The Ring,1915 via Shorpy

artislovely:hopeintheair:billyjane:Frances Benjamin Johnston ~The Ring,1915 via Shorpy

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womenreading: Marion Davies

womenreading: Marion Davies

Sunday, April 11, 2010
A.S. Byatt’s The Children’s Book is set during the Edwardian period.

A.S. Byatt’s The Children’s Book is set during the Edwardian period.

London Metropolitan Railway Timetable, July 1910, via mikeyashworth’s flickr photostream

London Metropolitan Railway Timetable, July 1910, via mikeyashworth’s flickr photostream

An omnibus driving about London in 1910, via star1950's flickrstream

An omnibus driving about London in 1910, via star1950's flickrstream

Butter and provision importer Stanley Cartwright, Grafton Street, Beverley  	Road, Hull,1908. Of special note is the splendidly groomed grey mare and  	well turned out grocer’s van. (via British Driving Society)

Butter and provision importer Stanley Cartwright, Grafton Street, Beverley Road, Hull,1908. Of special note is the splendidly groomed grey mare and well turned out grocer’s van. (via British Driving Society)