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weirdvintage:

"The things women have to put up with.  Most husbands, nowadays, have stopped beating their wives, but what can be more aganozing to a sensitive soul than a man’s boredom at meals,"  1950 (via)

weirdvintage:

"The things women have to put up with.  Most husbands, nowadays, have stopped beating their wives, but what can be more aganozing to a sensitive soul than a man’s boredom at meals,"  1950 (via)

ancientpeoples:

Terracotta plate 
The man is riding a Rooster and touches the bird on the neck. This plate was meant as a love gift. 18.7cm in diameter (7 3/8 inch.) 
Greek, Attic, Archaic period, 520 - 510 BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

ancientpeoples:

Terracotta plate 

The man is riding a Rooster and touches the bird on the neck. This plate was meant as a love gift. 18.7cm in diameter (7 3/8 inch.) 

Greek, Attic, Archaic period, 520 - 510 BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

“View of a business district on Post Street in a San Francisco neighborhood occupied by residents of Japanese ancestry, before evacuation, in 1942.”
(National Archives)

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov:

View of a business district on Post Street in a San Francisco neighborhood occupied by residents of Japanese ancestry, before evacuation, in 1942.”

(National Archives)

ornamentedbeing:

Princess Takako Shimazu in Court Dress
Princess Takako Shimazu was born at the Tokyo Imperial Palace.  As with her elder sisters, she was not raised by her biological parents, but by a succession of court ladies at a separate palace built for her and her sisters.  On 3 March 1960, Princess Takako wed Hisanaga Shimazu and relinquished her membership in the Imperial Family and adopted her husband’s surname.

ornamentedbeing:

Princess Takako Shimazu in Court Dress

Princess Takako Shimazu was born at the Tokyo Imperial Palace.  As with her elder sisters, she was not raised by her biological parents, but by a succession of court ladies at a separate palace built for her and her sisters.  On 3 March 1960, Princess Takako wed Hisanaga Shimazu and relinquished her membership in the Imperial Family and adopted her husband’s surname.


Lyndon B Johnson with an octopus on his head by Jonathan Crow

Lyndon B Johnson with an octopus on his head by Jonathan Crow