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Les Vampires

les vampires
dir. louis feuillade

This is another blast from movie-watching past, and one I don’t need to try again. It’s a seven hour miniseries and it  45 more words

The Birth of a Nation

the birth of a nation
dir. d.w. griffith

Again, this one’s a doozy, so here’s my original post!


from November 8, 2015: 270 more words

Rough Sea at Wildersmouth, Ilfracombe, 25 March 1915

To: Miss Evans, 15 Ramuz Drive, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex

Dearest – Thursday – March.27.1915

Thanks so very much for yours of this morning. No – I had not got it. 104 more words

Rough Seas

Rough Sea, Cliftonville, 15 July 1915

To: Miss Leggett, Oak Lodge, Forest Side, Chingford, London

Thanks for nice kind letter – Yes! I do get out a lot but the last 2 days – too cold to sit on the sands – lots to do – last [?] all week – the dear little chicks – 34 – what a large family. 29 more words

Rough Seas

August 12 in San Antonio history...

Police cars were equipped with sirens similar to those used by the fire department. They were to be used only while the cars were responding to emergency calls. 62 more words


Master Cecil Parkes and Nellie Melba - Concert Programme

In 1915 my grandfather Cecil Parkes played with Dame Nellie Melba in a fundraising concert for the Belgian Relief Fund at the Melbourne Town Hall… 114 more words

Cecil Parkes

The Kings Arms – 1915

Here we see the High Street at Market Lavington on a postcard that was posted in 1915. The prominent building and sign, on the right, is the Kings Arms. 124 more words