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2:08am January 20, 2011
for-redheads:

from Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac 1896

for-redheads:

from Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac 1896

2:07am January 20, 2011
myancestors:

My great grandad, Samuel Killough, and his sisters.

myancestors:

My great grandad, Samuel Killough, and his sisters.

2:00am January 20, 2011
regardintemporel:

Alphonse Mucha - Model for Documents Décoratifs, Paris, 1900

regardintemporel:

Alphonse Mucha - Model for Documents Décoratifs, Paris, 1900

1:55am January 20, 2011
regardintemporel:

Jean-Léon Gérôme  (1824-1904) - Pygmalion et Galatée, vers 1890

regardintemporel:

Jean-Léon Gérôme  (1824-1904) - Pygmalion et Galatée, vers 1890

1:55am January 20, 2011
robininthehood:

Victoria Row, Toronto, 1890.
I want to live here so badly.
More photos here. 

robininthehood:

Victoria Row, Toronto, 1890.

I want to live here so badly.

More photos here

1:55am January 20, 2011
robininthehood:

Cyclist passing Old City Hall, Queen Street, Toronto. 1899.
More 1890s Toronto here. 

robininthehood:

Cyclist passing Old City Hall, Queen Street, Toronto. 1899.

More 1890s Toronto here

1:54am January 20, 2011
ladyhistory:

From a marriage certificate, 1890.

ladyhistory:

From a marriage certificate, 1890.

10:32pm January 19, 2011
10:27pm January 19, 2011
turhansbeycompany:

fer1972:

Absinthe, anyone?

It makes the heart grow fonder.

turhansbeycompany:

fer1972:

Absinthe, anyone?

It makes the heart grow fonder.

10:17pm January 19, 2011
bunter-molch:

golden twenties

bunter-molch:

golden twenties

10:10pm January 19, 2011
crudmudgeon:

Image via Wikipedia
Aviatrix Blanche Stuart Scott in 1911, flying the Baldwin Red Devil depicted on the 1980 commemorative U.S. airmail stamp.
Billed as The Tomboy of the Air, Blanche S. Scott indisputably holds the title of America’s first female professional flier; becoming the first woman to make a solo, public airplane flight on 23 Oct 1910.  Scott reached and altitude of 12 feet at Fort Wayne, Indiana while flying with Glenn Curtiss’ Exhibition Team.
(via Rosebud’s WWI and Early Aviation Image Archive)

crudmudgeon:

Airshow poster giving top billing to Blanche S...Image via Wikipedia

Aviatrix Blanche Stuart Scott in 1911, flying the Baldwin Red Devil depicted on the 1980 commemorative U.S. airmail stamp.

Billed as The Tomboy of the Air, Blanche S. Scott indisputably holds the title of America’s first female professional flier; becoming the first woman to make a solo, public airplane flight on 23 Oct 1910.  Scott reached and altitude of 12 feet at Fort Wayne, Indiana while flying with Glenn Curtiss’ Exhibition Team.

(via Rosebud’s WWI and Early Aviation Image Archive)

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10:09pm January 19, 2011
maxwell-lord:

colormemucha:

Aly Fell — The Absinthe Fairy.

maxwell-lord:

colormemucha:

Aly FellThe Absinthe Fairy.