Goodnight to all who left a photo
Even though I’ll never know you
Pieces of the past have taught me
Lives will always leave a story.
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*NEW POST* Rosamund’s Scrapbook Fairies – Sharing some magical illustrations and stories from 1935 about a young girl’s imaginary world of fairies .
My Dearest Papa – A letter from 1842 – Sharing a letter written by a 12 year old girl in early Victorian England.
Have Yourself a Very 80s Christmas – A nostalgic look back at the Christmases of my childhood.
Christmas at School, 1904 – Based on a wonderful Edwardian guide to teaching book that I found.
A Beautiful Mourning – Sharing photos from my friend’s stunning collection inspired by the notion of Victorian Mourning.
Sindy – Every Girl’s Dream – Fond reminiscing of my favourite doll.
Holmfirth, West Yorkshire – The Hollywood of 1900. -A look at how a small Yorkshire village was once one of the world leaders in film making.
Little Book, Go Far and Wide – A look at an intriguing little autograph book I found that belonged to a young girl in 1911.
Come Fly With Me – Sharing a little collection of flight souvenirs from grandparents to grandson in 1950.
Tales From The Treehouse – A nostalgic look at one of the popular toys of the 1970s/1980s, the Palitoy treehouse.
The Time Seems Long Without You – Messages from WWI – Sharing a letter and postcards written by soldiers in the trenches.
Sheila, 1948. The Diary Of A 17 Year Old. – A look at a wonderful diary I found, with every day of 1948 documented by a young woman.
The Secret Code of Ralph and Minnie – An insight into the world of the Edwardian postcard culture, inspired by some postcards I found written in code between sweethearts.