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I am going to do this, only put a bible verse on it, and then reach into the bag and pull it out, one each week that I will then look up and study.

Clothes peg doll! ~ she is so cute need her as a brunette with green eyes thought :)

Margery Bish hanging clothes on a clothesline, c. 1890 - too cute for words! #Victorian #vintage #kids

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Clarks O.N.T. Spool Cotton by Digital Projects at SDSU Library, via Flickr

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I have learned to use clothes pins for everything. Why I never thought of doing this is silly. I deffinately going to do this one. ;)

La Planchadora by ookami_dou, via Flickr; notation: From a scarce CDV album of mexican occupationals made by the studio "Cruces y Campa" in the 1860s. The album contains 40 views of occupations, vendors and marketeers, a portrait of a woman (maybe the owner) and a view of the "three Naoleons".

I sooo remember one like this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins.

C.G. Davis, USA - "Blue Monday", ca 1880 You don't often see people smiling in these older photos...