"The More You Knowwww" #startrail Guess what Easter REALLY is...
1950's Easter. I loved Easter because in addition to getting an Easter basket, it also meant a new dress, shoes, hat & little purse.
Vintage Sugar Egg. My grandma made these every Easter
This should never have been! And their deaths should not be in vain!! Never forget those who sacrificed everything for Ireland, and those that still are!! ♣
"Fifth Avenue in New York City on Easter Sunday in 1900"
Old New York
One of the most famous images in Irish history: the proclamation of an Irish Republic handed out at the start of the Easter Rising, 1916.
panoramic sugar Easter eggs - my brother ate mine....after saving it for many years. But, he made up for it 20 years later by surprising me with one.
Time capsule in my mind
Countess Markievicz. As a Lieutenant in the ICA the Countess participated in the Easter Rising of 1916 and was subsequently sentenced to Kilmainham Jail. I was lucky enough to get to visit her cell in the 1990s.
Ireland in Pictures, Posters, and Song
I remember festive little chicks like this in my Easter basket as a child! More
+~ Vintage Color Photograph ~+ Easter Dinner at Grandma's House. ca. 1952
VINTAGE ~ CoLoR PhOtoS