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“A friend of mine found this old photograph in a shoe box in his Grandmother’s attic. On the back was written… Aunty Mary and her “friend” Ruth, 1910. I wonder if those quotation marks imply what I think they do, by the look on their faces, I would say they do”

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Welcome to our shop! This hand painted welcome sign would make a unique addition to any wedding celebration. It is completed with the couples names and a sweet love poem that would be cute displayed i

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Lesbian wedding photo. (I wish I could credit this, but unfortunately I don't know who the photographer or subjects are.) Love it!!!

"“Why do you want to marry?” “Because we love each other.” Under usual circumstances, the question would have been impertinent, the answer trite. But this case is unusual. It appears to have no Florida precedent. It concerns the application for marriage licenses of two Tampa couples. All four are women. They are Brenda Ann Bush, 23, suitor of Mary Alice Wesley, 19, quoted above; and Janette Louise Spires, 26, who yearns to be the husband of Jean Harris, 20..."

_Bride of Frankenstein_ teaser--only one copy know to exist. (You know, if you were wondering what to get me for Christmas.)

Edna Clarke Hall (1879–1979) was a watercolour artist, etcher, lithographer and draughtsman who is mainly known for her many illustrations to Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

Photograph of Julia Stephen (1846–1895), a renowned beauty in her day and mother of Virginia Stephen who would later become better known as Virginia Woolf. The photograph was taken by Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879).

ca. 1860’s, [tintype portrait of a woman smiling coyly from behind a handkerchief], S. Shattuck via the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Photography Collections