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fairystoner:

Holy moly. Need.

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combeferret:

LOOK AT THE CUTE BABY KITTY

combeferret:

LOOK AT THE CUTE BABY KITTY

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diacrit:

hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

it contains important lab results

diacrit:

hanesonly:

I almost forgot my briefcase!

it contains important lab results

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harcules:

Y’all know I can’t deal with these kind of posts.

harcules:

Y’all know I can’t deal with these kind of posts.

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erikkwakkel:

Norwich pattern books

These happy-looking books from the 18th century contain records. Not your regular historical records - who had died or was born, or how much was spent on bread and beer - but a record of cloth patterns available for purchase by customers. They survive from cloth producers in Norwich, England, and they are truly one of a kind: a showcase of cloth slips with handwritten numbers next to them for easy reference. The two lower images are from a pattern book of the Norwich cloth manufacturer John Kelly, who had such copies shipped to overseas customers in the 1760s. Hundreds of these beautiful objects must have circulated in 18th-century Europe, but they were almost all destroyed. The ones that do survive paint a colourful picture of a trade that made John and his colleagues very rich.

Pics: the top two images are from an 18th-century Norwich pattern book shown here; the lower ones are from a copy kept in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London (item 67-1885), more here.

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dogapult:

"yall got milkbones"

dogapult:

"yall got milkbones"

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omgthatdress:

Evening Dress
Jean-Philippe Worth, 1900
The Kyoto Costume Institute

omgthatdress:

Evening Dress

Jean-Philippe Worth, 1900

The Kyoto Costume Institute

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casbean:

true love

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thecutestofthecute:

English Cream Dachshund 

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“Now it’s the dark’s turn to be afraid.”

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