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Advertisement for "The Evil Women Do," Burton Rice, 1916

The ad appeared in the September 1916 issue of “Moving Picture World.”

Comrades - By Eva Gore Booth

Here we have a poem by Eva Gore Booth, sister of the stalwart Irish rebel, Constance Markievicz who fought bravely in the Easter Rising of 1916. 64 more words


Leaving for Katia - 5th August 1916

William felt the cool air bristle his face and neck as he stood to attention in front of his horse. The camp at Dueidar was a stream of moving shadows in the 3 a.m. 1,051 more words

July 22 in San Antonio history...

The newest thing in the Army is a motorcycle radio section. It consists of the complete equipment of a field wireless carried on three sidecar motorcycles. 75 more words


The Wolfe Tones - Broad Black Brimmer

There are many great Irish rebel songs and the Broad Black Brimmer is one of the most popular and rousing.

Rebel Voice Music

East Lynne (Fox, 1916)

East Lynne (Fox, 1916)
Directed by Bertram Bracken
Starring Theda Bara

Though a superstar in the 1910s, little of Theda Bara’s work survives today. What does survive is divided between her very early work and her very late work, after she had essentially become a self-parody, like so many iconic actors then and now. 680 more words


This Day In Our Family History

1794 – Benjamin Lamont was born in North Hillsdale, Columbia, New York, United States to William Lamont Jr and Phoebe Gross

1865 – Samuel Phipps Brand and Mary Ann Prestidge were married… 71 more words

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