Bringing this one back for April Fools’ Day: an 1850s invitation to the fake “Washing the Lions” event at the Tower of London.
I randomly discovered my next book appearing in this article (linked below) today. Am I the only one who didn’t know they did a remake of West Side Story?
This is the first time I’ve been in a promotional piece where The Landowner’s Secret wasn’t the book featured. I feel a little sad that it’s time to move on to the next one!
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Here’s a print from American company Currier and Ives – circa 1840s-1850s – illustrating romantic life with children in tow!
Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice was first published on the 28th of January, 1813.
Today is Christmas Eve according to the old calendar, and tonight millions of people (including Ukrainians like me) celebrate with a twelve-dish dinner.
With the disaster surrounding us and a house full of smoke, this is going to be an odd one.
To begin the Christmas season, here is an amazing holly-themed muslin gown from the 1820s.
It is in the Met collection, and I discovered it via ‘s amazing fashion history Twitter account.
Early French filmmaker Gabriel Veyre premiered À travers l’Indochine (1° série). Embarquement d’un boeuf à bord d’un navire (Through Indochina (1st series). Bull being loaded on a ship) in Lyon.
It was part of a series recorded in Tonkin (present-day Vietnam) between 1899 and 1900.