Boys of England Christmas Number (date unknown)
“The Line of Life Is Tinged With Red.”
In April of 1888 they called this bit from the British humor paper `Scraps’ “Fair” Trade and Reciprocity.
I call it Facebook 1888, but be careful if you meet anyone from it, they might be Jack the Ripper.
Edwardians by Objective Cinema PLUS 2 years ago
Found footage of everyday Edwardians one hundred and eleven years ago.
While it says it is eleven minutes long it really only lasts a little over three with the rest taken up by black.
You could also use this illustration for a reworking of the lord of the rings set in the Edwardian era.
More humor from Great Britain in the 1800s.
Poet: “A poet’s finest thoughts are never sung, you know.”
Miss Gusher: “Why, the idea! I think the words of some of those negro songs are simply grand!” Punk
Brutal Simplicity Theme