Time Travel Team

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(Source: droll-blossom)

(Source: droll-blossom)

demons:

British paratroopers posing for a photograph as they move through a shell-damaged house, Oosterbeek/23 Sept 1944

demons:

British paratroopers posing for a photograph as they move through a shell-damaged house, Oosterbeek/23 Sept 1944

(Source: iwm.org.uk)

ihavenohonor:

Here’s a sigil puzzle from — of all things — a children’s magazine from 1873. The sigils communicate a well-known aphorism with celestial inclinations.
Answer: Reading from top to bottom, then left to right: “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” From Our Boys and Girls Monthly, February 1873, p. 138.
http://mysteryarts.typepad.com/magicwords/2012/04/a-sigil-puzzle.html

ihavenohonor:

Here’s a sigil puzzle from — of all things — a children’s magazine from 1873. The sigils communicate a well-known aphorism with celestial inclinations.

Answer:
Reading from top to bottom, then left to right: “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” From Our Boys and Girls Monthly, February 1873, p. 138.


http://mysteryarts.typepad.com/magicwords/2012/04/a-sigil-puzzle.html

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dame-de-pique:

Sigismund Blumann
Lady of the Clouds, 1920s

dame-de-pique:

Sigismund Blumann

Lady of the Clouds, 1920s

(Source: vintageworks.net, via gypsji)

hideback:

Glastonbury Abbey, Chapel of Saint Mary’s, Somerset, United Kingdom, 8th-14th century
Albumen print, circa 1875

hideback:

Glastonbury Abbey, Chapel of Saint Mary’s, Somerset, United Kingdom, 8th-14th century


Albumen print, circa 1875

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screengoddess:

Happy Birthday Fay Wray
(September 15, 1907 – August 8, 2004)

screengoddess:

Happy Birthday Fay Wray

(September 15, 1907 – August 8, 2004)

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mudwerks:

Trude Berliner (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

mudwerks:

Trude Berliner (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

kittyinva:

feuille-d-automne:

Les femmes pompiers à Londres , 1916.
[photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol]
Via Gallica.bnf 

Kittyinva: I guess this translates to women firemen in London. As with most other jobs, women stepped up, learned the job and carried on while the men were on the front of WWI. Interesting pic.

kittyinva:

feuille-d-automne:

Les femmes pompiers à Londres , 1916.

[photographie de presse] / [Agence Rol]

Via Gallica.bnf

Kittyinva: I guess this translates to women firemen in London. As with most other jobs, women stepped up, learned the job and carried on while the men were on the front of WWI. Interesting pic.