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Portrait of Alice Liddell, on whom Alice in Wonderland was based. Photograph by Lewis Carroll. UK, 1859.

Today’s other immortal Victorian: Alice Liddell (May 1852 - who as a little girl inspired Lewis Carroll’s two childrens’ classics Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. Photo of Alice by Charles Dodgson/Lewis Carroll…

children and school, some things never change. I remember when school children were seated by grade rows, where the row represented what grade you were in. Ist grade was row grade was row and so on.

lmao....it might be the only way these women would get a kiss

Prohibition: Women like this would come together because they were against alcohol and drinking. They would make up mottos like "Lips that touch liquor shall not touch ours", stating that they will have no interest in anybody who drinks.

The Victory Kiss; this famous photo taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt In Times Square after President Truman announced the end of World War II on Nov.14,1945. This Iconic photo captured the spontaneous kiss of an American Sailor and a young woman in white, it became famous when Life magazine put it on the cover of their "Victory" addition the following week.

end of world war II. A sailor was so happy that he grabbed an unknown nurse in Times Square and gave her a kiss. This famous kiss was captured by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and published in Life Magazine

Jewelry and makeup.

Aishwarya Rai in umrao jaan, indian bride jewellery set - this woman is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen - Ax

Photo, late 19th century, Japan.  Photographer unknown.  ”In the past, a kimono would often be entirely taken apart for washing, and then re-sewn for wearing. This traditional washing method is called ‘arai hari.’ Because the stitches must be taken out for washing, traditional kimonos needed to be hand sewn. Arai hari is very expensive and difficult and is now only done for high-end garments”. Image owned by Okinawa Soba,

mortisia: “ KIMONO DAYS — Japanese Women and Their Everyday Tools. The “Ironing Board” without the Iron. Actually, it’s better described as a “drying board”, I suppose. The wet kimono was “stuck” to.

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Onna-Bugeisha: Female Samurai Warriors of Feudal Japan, 1800s

vintage everyday: Woman Samurai Warrior – 12 Rare Vintage Photos of Japanese Ladies with Their Katana Swords

Girls exploring rock pools - Cameron Bay, 1909

Girls exploring rock pools - Cameron Bay, 1909 I really would like to pair this with the photo of my sisters and I on Newport Beach collecting shells in the on an art journal page.