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Amelia Peabody Emerson, created by tigressofindia on Polyvore   Top row: Pyramids, "Another shirt ruined!", crimson satin gown    Middle row: Bottle of black hair dye, boot, picture, scarab   Bottom row: Parasol, dahabeeya, pistol, doctor's bag, rational dress

Amelia Peabody Emerson, created by tigressofindia on Polyvore Top row: Pyramids, "Another shirt ruined!", crimson satin gown Middle row: Bottle of black hair dye, boot, picture, scarab Bottom row: Parasol, dahabeeya, pistol, doctor's bag, rational dress

Mena House Hotel, Cairo, 1940's, The tea dance at Mena House was attended by everybody in Cairo who wanted to see and be seen.

Mena House Hotel, Cairo, The tea dance at Mena House was attended by everybody in Cairo who wanted to see and be seen.

Peabody and Emerson by ~aliceazzo on deviantART

from the Amelia Peabody mystery series by Elizabeth Peters. Which I have just started reading and thoroughly recommend. Peabody and Emerson

الجيزة .. امام فندق مينا هاوس .. رائعة .. حوالى 1880م. المصور Lekegian  In front of Mena House Hotel Cairo 1880

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“On my first trip to Egypt, I had traveled by dahabeeyah. The elegance and charm of that mode of travel can only be dimly imagined by those who have not experienced it.” —  Amelia Peabody The Curse of the Pharaohs, by Elizabeth Peters

“On my first trip to Egypt, I had traveled by dahabeeyah. The elegance and charm of that mode of travel can only be dimly imagined by those who have not experienced it.” — Amelia Peabody The Curse of the Pharaohs, by Elizabeth Peters

Interior of The Kitchen at Shepheard's Hotel In 1942 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Interior of The Kitchen at Shepheard's Hotel In 1942 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

"Could a person be abducted out of Shepheard’s Hotel, under the very noses of hundreds of watchers?”   Amelia Peabody, The Snake, the Crocodile, and the Dog by Elizabeth Peters

teamramses: "Could a person be abducted out of Shepheard’s Hotel, under the very noses of hundreds of watchers?” Amelia Peabody, The Snake, the Crocodile, and the Dog by Elizabeth Peters

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