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8:07pm June 6, 2011
ladylikelady:

Vintage Ad: Coca Cola 1914

ladylikelady:

Vintage Ad: Coca Cola 1914

8:06pm June 6, 2011
allrightmrdemille:

Lucie de Souza Cardoso, ca. 1914 - 1918, via the Biblioteca de Arte - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

allrightmrdemille:

Lucie de Souza Cardoso, ca. 1914 - 1918, via the Biblioteca de Arte - Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

8:05pm June 6, 2011
slightperceptualproblem:

Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, Etiud golovki [Head study], ca. 1910-15. Digital color composite made from color separation negative. Source: Prokudin-Gorskii Collection, Library of Congress.

slightperceptualproblem:

Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, Etiud golovki [Head study], ca. 1910-15. Digital color composite made from color separation negative. Source: Prokudin-Gorskii Collection, Library of Congress.

7:52pm June 6, 2011
7:51pm June 6, 2011
oldrags:

Sweet Seventeen by D W Kellogg & Co, 1830’s United States, Connecticut Historical Society

oldrags:

Sweet Seventeen by D W Kellogg & Co, 1830’s United States, Connecticut Historical Society

7:50pm June 6, 2011
ninadedrap:

The fashions. Illustration for an article in The What-not; or Ladies’ handy-book. Vol. IV. 1863

Via Google Books

ninadedrap:

The fashions. Illustration for an article in The What-not; or Ladies’ handy-book. Vol. IV. 1863

Via Google Books

4:31am June 6, 2011
historyfan:

1st Lieutenant James Trimble Brown of the C S A.
From the book “Faces of the Confederacy” by Ronald S Coddington.
Brown was a Tennessee man who enlisted into the Confederate army at 19. First he joined the artillery and later moved into the Cavalry. He took part in numerous actions duing the war including Chickamauga and Chattanooga. As well as the Battle of First Murfreesboro where his eagerness to join the fray was mentioned by his senoir officer.

historyfan:

1st Lieutenant James Trimble Brown of the C S A.

From the book “Faces of the Confederacy” by Ronald S Coddington.

Brown was a Tennessee man who enlisted into the Confederate army at 19. First he joined the artillery and later moved into the Cavalry. He took part in numerous actions duing the war including Chickamauga and Chattanooga. As well as the Battle of First Murfreesboro where his eagerness to join the fray was mentioned by his senoir officer.

4:30am June 6, 2011
historyfan:

US poster from 1917.
Maybe a bit much?

Not at all. It’s very subtle.

historyfan:

US poster from 1917.

Maybe a bit much?

Not at all. It’s very subtle.

4:15am June 6, 2011

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”

— Dr. Seuss (via eleanorseabird)