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Portrait Photography Inspiration : Australian/American composer and pianist Percy Grainger (1882-1961). He worked o
Welcome to my History blog! I usually post on a different historical theme each week. Some of my favorites: -Ancient / Classical History & Archaeology -Art History -Urban & Architectural History -Military History -History of Technology -Books! LINKS TO RECENT...
Portrait of Mohan Lal with His Camera | India (Udaipur, Mewar, Rajasthan) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Originally commissioned by the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar then remained in the hereditary collection of the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar until the Udaipur City Palace Museum was opened to the public.
This picture was taken 107 years ago.
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Hurry Back... to DoomBuggies!
DoomBuggies celebrates the history and mystery of Disney's classic haunted dark ride, The Haunted Mansion, with interviews, multimedia, and lots of rarities and secrets.
The Victorian supernatural
Professor Roger Luckhurst challenges the idea of the 19th century as one of secularisation, exploring the popularity of mesmerism, spiritualism and 'true' ghost stories in the period.
Victorian post-mortem photography
Slightly more macabre follow up post to Hidden mothers in Victorian photography. Post-mortem photography is the practice of photographing the recently deceased. It is also known as memorial portrai…
All Things Gypsy: A Brief History & Cultural Collective
Dictionary.com defines a gypsy as being "a member of a traveling people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and traditionally live by seasonal work, itinerant trade, and fortune-telling." But a gypsy is so much more than this...