Some nostalgic images of motherhood.
I usually follow the visual Sepia Saturday prompt but this weekend, I’ve decided to go with a Mother’s Day theme. Hats of to these wonderful women.
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(ca. 1897)”And then the fairies went to bed”. , ca. 1897. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2002714686/.
Underwood & Underwood. (1901) Little Mothers’ Day – doll parade at Asbury Park, N.J. New Jersey Asbury Park, 1901. [New York ; London ; Toronto-Canada ; Ottawa-Kansas: Underwood & Underwood, Publishers] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018649614/.
I wish I knew what the family difficulties were and how the mother-in-law was adjusting them.
(1889) Mother-in-law adjusting family difficulties / Melander, photographer, 208 E. Ohio St., Chicago. , 1889. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2007682959/.
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In light of Women’s History Month, I’m pleased to share my review of a beautiful new book by Jasmine A. Stirling that is sure to delight the hearts …Book Review and Giveaway for A Most Clever Girl by Jasmine A. Stirling
After a scandal, reporter Michael Trevor (William Powell) left America for Paris where he claims to be writing a novel. Ha! His income actually comes from blackmailing like Mary Kendell’s (Carole Lombard’s) rich Uncle Harry. Though it’s not his custom to prey upon women, Michael’s partner in crime and former lover Irene convinces him to black mail sweet Mary. She’s sure he’ll make so much he’ll be able to afford to have the time to write a novel.
Soon Michael falls for Mary’s charms, but Irene is expecting a windfall. How can he put an end to this con? He’d like to propose to Mary but how can he without revealing what he’s really been up to? Mary’s dilemma is that she’s already engaged. Her feelings grow for Michael and she vacillates between writing her fiancé a Dear John letter or not.
Man of the World, like the other Carole…
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