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HH Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, child and eldest daughter of Charles Edward and Viktoria, Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Sybilla married Gustaf Adolf of Sweden and is the mother of Carl Gustaf, current King of Sweden

Women use your vote! 1920

27 Badass Ladies Who Secured Your Right to Vote

Women were reviled, kicked, beaten, ostracized and battled so women could vote. Don't disrespect their sacrifice by not exercising your vote -- every time you have the chance. -- "An American suffragette proclaiming 'Women! Use your vote,' circa "

the Edwardian era saw a short-lived craze for ostrich rides

30 Strange But Delightful Vintage Photos Of Animals

becausebirds: “vintageeveryday: “ A Victorian woman riding her ostrich. ” ostriches > horses ” Also, SIDESADDLE. That’s hard enough as it is on a fucking horse.

What an amazing picture! rare expression for 1800s photography!

Rare to see such a funny expression in a picture from the a happy baby.

Interesting photos.... how quickly it all changes. Click to see more

49 Photos That Show How Fast The World Changes

Children wearing gas masks while playing, Mummy? Are you my mummy?

Covent Garden Flower sellers, ca.1890

Street Life in London in 1877 - in pictures

Covent Garden Flower Women - how the other half (or lived. A Woodburytype of flower sellers with their baskets, taken from 'Street Life in London' written by Adolphe Smith with photography by the Scottish photographer John Thomson


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* Fifty-fifty - something better than rolling Easter eggs. 1922

Sharesies: 1922 "Fifty-fifty - something better than rolling Easter eggs." Sharing a drink at the White House Easter-egg roll.

Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 1 - Callot Sisters Salon | Classic Chic

indypendent-thinking: “ Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 1 - Callot Sisters Salon (by CharmaineZoe) Callot Soeurs was a fashion design house opened in 1895 at rue Taitbout in Paris, France. It was operated by the four Callot sisters: Marie Callot.