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The Girl Who Loved to Dance

Reformatory People Think She Will Have to be Tethered on the Lawn

Pinky Dunn, the colored girl, who is in the county jail waiting for Judge Dale to repent and modify his sentence by sending her to Beloit instead of putting her with the boys at the Hutchinson Reformatory, will not get her wish.

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1900s

Marriages at Saint Mark's, no. 1.

Patrick M. Valentine’s The Episcopalians of Wilson County: A History of St. Timothy’s and St. Mark’s Churches in Wilson, North Carolina 1856-1995 (1996), features several invaluable appendices that illuminate Wilson’s tiny… 561 more words

City Of Wilson

Queen's Park's Irregular Hoops

While the styles, colours and materials of clubs’ shirts have changed dramatically over the past century and a half of football, uniformity of kit between members of the same team is something we have always been able to take for granted. 389 more words

Scotland

Butterick's The Art of Knitting, 1892

I’m admittedly not very good at knitting – I learned when I was about 19-20 but can still only knit very basic scarves and baby blankets. 140 more words

Fashion

Baptisms at Saint Mark's, no. 1.

Patrick M. Valentine’s The Episcopalians of Wilson County: A History of St. Timothy’s and St. Mark’s Churches in Wilson, North Carolina 1856-1995 (1996), features several invaluable appendices that illuminate Wilson’s tiny… 438 more words

City Of Wilson

1890: The Sea

Thomas Alexander Harrison: The Sea. I think this is a photogravure print of one of his paintings. I made up the date.