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Cover Reveal: A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White

I’m so excited to reveal the cover of the third book in Roseanna M. White’s Ladies of the Manor series, A Lady Unrivaled!  I think it’s a beautiful and alluring cover that draws you in and invites you to discover the story inside! 391 more words


The Fishing Fleet: Husband Hunting in the Raj

The Fishing Fleet: Husband Hunting in the Raj

by Anne de Courcy

Harper, 2014

335 pages

To know me is to know that I am somewhat obsessed with Victorian England. 580 more words


Victorian/Edwardian art dealers directory. Part 13

John Albert Cooling
The Cooling Galleries

John Cooling 1832-1905

On 13th March 1853, John Cooling married Elizabeth Hayes at Saint Anne, Soho, Westminster . 724 more words


Victorian/Edwardian art dealers directory. Part 12

George William Bowden
Bowden Brothers

George Bowden, (1826-1911), married Ann Elizabeth Hawkes, (1829-1920) on the 4th March 1850 , his profession listed as artists colorman, his father, named as William, was a book binder. 804 more words


Maurice by E. M. Forster

AlMaurice is a novel written by E. M. Forster (1879-1970) telling the tale of a young man and his homosexual love in early 20th century England.  207 more words


Big plans for 2016

So, with pretty much everything I had planned for 2015 getting pushed to the wayside, I have decided that there are just  somethings that I will get done in 2016, and my 1912 Suit is one of them. 616 more words

Life In General

Victorian/Edwardian Art Dealers Directory. Part 9

Montague Misell 1845-1916

Montague Misell was born in Salford, Lancashire, 1845, to Jewish parents, Moses Misell (1810-1905), and Esther, nee Jacobs (1826-). Moses had been a picture dealer, commission agent, and merchant, variously through his working life. 885 more words