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thecircusgirl · a day ago
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19th Century Circus Aquarium, 1873.
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queenoftheamazons1837 · 5 days ago
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The wedding of Archduchess Gisela and Prince Leopold of Bavaria, 1873. The bride's parents (Franz Joseph and Sisi) are at the center watching the ceremony.
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ninepointbleed · 6 days ago
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 45 Signed: E. Mille (403)
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 42 Signed: E. Mille (402)
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 41 Signed: E. Mille (401)
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 40 Signed: E. Mille (400)
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 39 Signed: E. Mille (396)
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L'Elegance Parisienne November, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 38 Signed: E. Mille (395)
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L'Elegance Parisienne October, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 35 Signed: E. Mille (393)
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L'Elegance Parisienne October, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 34 Signed: E. Mille (390)
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L'Elegance Parisienne October, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 33a Signed: E. Mille (389)
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L'Elegance Parisienne October, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 33 Signed: E. Mille (388)
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L'Elegance Parisienne September, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 30 Signed: E. Mille (385)
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L'Elegance Parisienne September, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 29 Signed: E. Mille (384)
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L'Elegance Parisienne September, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 28 Signed: E. Mille (383)
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L'Elegance Parisienne September, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 27 Signed: E. Mille (382)
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L'Elegance Parisienne September, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 26 Signed: E. Mille (380)
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L'Elegance Parisienne August, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 23 Signed: E. Mille (378)
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L'Elegance Parisienne August, 1873 Volume 49, Plate 22 Signed: E. Mille (377)
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chtouchwrite · 6 days ago
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You say I am discontented, proud and ambitious; that's true, and I'm glad of it. I am discontented, because I can't help feeling that there is a better sort of life than this dull one made up of everlasting work, with no object but money. I can't starve my soul for the sake of my body, and I mean to get out of the treadmill if I can. I'm proud, as you call it, because I hate dependence where there isn't any love to make it bearable.... I'm willing to work, but I want work that I can put my heart into, and feel that it does me good, no matter how hard it is. I only ask for a chance to be a useful, happy woman, and I don't think that is a bad ambition. Even if I only do what my dear mother did, earn my living honestly and happily, and leave a beautiful example behind me, to help one other woman as hers helps me, I shall be satisfied.
— Louisa May Alcott, "Christie," Work: A Story of Experience, 1873
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