There is such a depth of elegance and almost dreamy beauty in this wonderful Edwardian image (Léonard Misonne, Madame Misonne, ca 1910).

Love vintage and black and white photography-old Hollywood and silent film era-Victorian and Edwardian

Dress 1878, American, Made of silk

Dress Madame Dellac (American) Date: ca. 1878 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: b The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Love the polka dots and bow embellishments in this 1935 ad for Loretta Young fashions #vintage

Love the polka dots and bow embellishments in this 1935 ad for Loretta Young fashions. Although I wasn't born yet, I do remember Loretta Young!

Oh my gosh.... Lysol... :/

One Of The Biggest Con Jobs In Advertising History

Fat-reducing soap from 1925. | 25 Health Products You'll Be Glad You Don't See Today

Fat-reducing soap from We don't see these soaps today, because it is proven they don't work!

Tea Time in the Underground during the Blitz, London.

Tea Time in the Underground during the Blitz, London. (Is this for real, history friends? Nothing gets in the way of tea time.

Elizabeth Woodville. A true survivor and a powerhouse of a woman. Nowadays she is overshadowed by Anne Boleyn but Elizabeth’s story is just as impressive. She was the first English commoner to become Queen Consort. She survived the War Of The Roses, the deaths of two husbands, the tyranny of Richard III as Protector and then as king, the mysterious “disappearance” of her two sons in the Tower, the takeover by the house of Tudor

Elizabeth Woodville c.Wallpaper and background photos of Elizabeth Woodville, Queen Consort of Edward IV of England for fans of Kings and Queens images.

when phone numbers started with 2 letters

How to use a dial telephone. ha I also remember phones with no dials and operators who asked for the # before the rotary dial phones were around. Party lines were the norm until Private lines were available. So many changes since the

Canada, 144 Things Canada has Given the World, esl reading scanning

On Canada's birthday, 144 things Canadians have given to the world apart from Canadians.

this is a picture of the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas when it was serving as Baker Hospital, a scam cancer cure facility in the 1930's

This is a picture of the Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas when it was serving as Baker Hospital, a scam cancer cure facility in the

Jeepers, this is terrible!

More yesteryear fantasy! A handy pocket manual illustrated with photographs, diagrams and charts. sometimes ALL you need is a photograph, a diagram or a chart to "hold your man"!

August 1941: A huge V laid by the Nazis in Prague's Old Town Square during World War II, as a response to the British V for Victory symbol. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

August A huge V laid by the Nazis in Prague's Old Town Square during World War II, as a response to the British V for Victory symbol. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

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