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Flórián Horváth - Google+

Flórián Horváth - Google+

Victorian Lady with a hat

Victorian Lady with a hat

Danielle Howard isn’t his, not legally, but Lothar Ludvitski, nephew of the High Councilor, will have her just the same. Danielle was once his student. He’d taught her everything she needed to know about being a werewolf. In return, she taught him how to feel alive. He isn’t giving her up. And it doesn’t matter what his uncle does to him. Coming October 2017.  www.oliviastocum.com

Danielle Howard isn’t his, not legally, but Lothar Ludvitski, nephew of the High Councilor, will have her just the same. Danielle was once his student. He’d taught her everything she needed to know about being a werewolf. In return, she taught him how to feel alive. He isn’t giving her up. And it doesn’t matter what his uncle does to him. Coming October 2017. www.oliviastocum.com

Scraps - Victorian Die Cut - Victorian Scrap - Tube Victorienne - Glansbilleder - Plaatjes

Scraps - Victorian Die Cut - Victorian Scrap - Tube Victorienne - Glansbilleder - Plaatjes

Фотография

Фотография

25 Photos That Show How Much The Lower East Side Sucked

25 Photos That Show How Much The Lower East Side Sucked

Bandit’s Roost by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. I love the hats!

Glanzbilder - Victorian Die Cut - Victorian Scrap - Tube Victorienne - Glansbilleder - Plaatjes

Glanzbilder - Victorian Die Cut - Victorian Scrap - Tube Victorienne - Glansbilleder - Plaatjes

.Victorian Beauty in small packages.

.Victorian Beauty in small packages.

One of the most common sights in Victorian London was "crossing sweepers" – workers who cleared dung and rubbish from the streets in the hope of getting a few coins from local home and business owners. In London Labour and the London Poor, Henry Mayhew described the many types of sweeper, from "the one-legged crossing sweeper of Chancery Lane" to "the aristocratic crossing sweeper". pinned with Bazaart

One of the most common sights in Victorian London was "crossing sweepers" – workers who cleared dung and rubbish from the streets in the hope of getting a few coins from local home and business owners. In London Labour and the London Poor, Henry Mayhew described the many types of sweeper, from "the one-legged crossing sweeper of Chancery Lane" to "the aristocratic crossing sweeper". pinned with Bazaart

E. S. Hardy, Stories From Hans Andersen

E. S. Hardy, Stories From Hans Andersen

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