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When we began this blog in June, 2009, our main goal was to amuse one another. We didn't really expect to have much company, but boy, were ..read more
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Susan reporting,Earlier Loretta shared a few of her favorite nerdy-history books, and now it's my turn. Instead of research books, I'm ..read more
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Globe-Wernicke, ad in American Homes & Gardens c 1905Loretta reports:Readers often ask which books we recommend on this, that, or the ..read more
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Susan reporting,I've already written here about the current exhibition, Fashioning the New England Family,  at Massachusetts Historical ..read more
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A bonus round of Breakfast Links! Our weekly round-up of favorite links to other web sites, articles, blogs, and images via Twitter.• ..read more
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Breakfast Links are served! Our weekly round-up of favorite links to other web sites, articles, blogs, and images via Twitter.• A ..read more
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Getting Dressed - Dickensian Christmas (1853) - YouTube Susan reporting,Perfect timing for the Christmas holidays - our ..read more
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Lazzari, Trompe l'oeil Still Life 18th CLoretta reports:There are a couple of interesting bits in this excerpt from Hone’s Every-Day Book ..read more
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Susan reporting,Sitting for a portrait was serious business in 18thc America. Professional artists were few and portraits were expensive, a ..read more
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December 1922 fashionsLoretta reports:We complete this year's historical fashion plate cycle with a set of patterns and fashion news from ..read more

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