Vanessa Bell bedroom cupboard    Vanessa Bell's bedroom    Tall cupboard decorated by Vanessa Bell in 1917. It originally contained a foldaway bed.    © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penny Fewster by hellowordone
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hellowordone Vanessa Bell bedroom cupboard Vanessa Bell's bedroom Tall cupboard decorated by Vanessa Bell in 1917. It originally contained a foldaway bed. © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penny Fewster
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Clive Bell's bedroom at Charleston. The bed was decorated by Vanessa Bell. by jan
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jan Clive Bell's bedroom at Charleston. The bed was decorated by Vanessa Bell.
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Vanessa Bell bedroom cupboard by jan
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jan Vanessa Bell bedroom cupboard
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Charleston kitchen bookshelf    Kitchen at Charleston showing cookery books belonging to Charleston's housekeeper Grace Higgens. A Quentin Bell teapot stands in front.    Charleston's kitchen is open on Fridays as part of the extended tour.    © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penelope Fewster by nahtaN
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nahtaN Charleston kitchen bookshelf Kitchen at Charleston showing cookery books belonging to Charleston's housekeeper Grace Higgens. A Quentin Bell teapot stands in front. Charleston's kitchen is open on Fridays as part of the extended tour. © Charleston Trust Photograph by Penelope Fewster
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A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words. 
~Ansel Adams by bettie
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bettie A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words. ~Ansel Adams
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Flowers in a Ginger Jar by Vanessa Bell  1931 by elvira
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elvira Flowers in a Ginger Jar by Vanessa Bell 1931
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Vanessa Bell - Duncan Grant - 1916-1917 by susie
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susie Vanessa Bell - Duncan Grant - 1916-1917
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Flowers in a Blue Vase by Vanessa Bell by elvira
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elvira Flowers in a Blue Vase by Vanessa Bell
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"Ten in a Bed" by Penny Dale by sybil
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sybil "Ten in a Bed" by Penny Dale
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Charleston House A painted window sill in the spare room photo by Penelope Fewster Forever associated with a few streets in central London, The Bloomsbury Group also had a country house. Charleston in East Sussex was the home of key group members Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, and from 1916 onwards it was used as a creative refuge for their friends and extended artistic circle. by marissa
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marissa Charleston House A painted window sill in the spare room photo by Penelope Fewster Forever associated with a few streets in central London, The Bloomsbury Group also had a country house. Charleston in East Sussex was the home of key group members Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, and from 1916 onwards it was used as a creative refuge for their friends and extended artistic circle.
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Vanessa Bell - Flowers in a Glass Vase by elvira
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elvira Vanessa Bell - Flowers in a Glass Vase
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Charleston, as in Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, ie. the Bloomsbury Group. by marissa
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marissa Charleston, as in Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, ie. the Bloomsbury Group.
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Flowers by Vanessa Bell by elvira
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elvira Flowers by Vanessa Bell
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Amid the appalling devastation and bodies of dead soldiers, a crucifix stands tall - miraculously preserved from the shell fire. This powerful image was captured after a bloody skirmish in 1917 by Walter Kleinfeldt a young German artilleryman. His son Volkmar, who has recently made available Walters photo collection says, "This photograph is like an accusation - an accusation against war" by deanna
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deanna Amid the appalling devastation and bodies of dead soldiers, a crucifix stands tall - miraculously preserved from the shell fire. This powerful image was captured after a bloody skirmish in 1917 by Walter Kleinfeldt a young German artilleryman. His son Volkmar, who has recently made available Walters photo collection says, "This photograph is like an accusation - an accusation against war"
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yellow walls in a tall ceiling bedroom by Irvin Serrano by carina8
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carina8 yellow walls in a tall ceiling bedroom by Irvin Serrano
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Horsetail is contained in a galvanized washtub by the porch contained by SAburns
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SAburns Horsetail is contained in a galvanized washtub by the porch contained
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Henrietta by Vanessa Bell 1910 by VoyageVisuel
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VoyageVisuel Henrietta by Vanessa Bell 1910
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I should do more of this; growing tall upright plants/grasses in a container. This is horsetail. Keeps it well contained. Maybe I will do by MicMom
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MicMom I should do more of this; growing tall upright plants/grasses in a container. This is horsetail. Keeps it well contained. Maybe I will do
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Horsetail contained in a galvanized washtub by the porch. by rhoda
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rhoda Horsetail contained in a galvanized washtub by the porch.
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Coca-Cola originally contained cocaine. by tasha
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tasha Coca-Cola originally contained cocaine.
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Bed in cupboard by Skinny Friday
A rare signed photograph of T.E. Lawrence. You can see his signature in the bottom left-hand corner. The photograph was taken in October 1917. by benita
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benita A rare signed photograph of T.E. Lawrence. You can see his signature in the bottom left-hand corner. The photograph was taken in October 1917.
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a foldaway wall desk for a small kid's bedroom by lauri
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lauri a foldaway wall desk for a small kid's bedroom
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secret bedroom inside a cupboard by karla
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karla secret bedroom inside a cupboard
My Imaginary Home
Raspberry plants. Start off with 18" between plants & they will spread over time. That's why it's good to have it contained in a raised bed. by AFiskie
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AFiskie Raspberry plants. Start off with 18" between plants & they will spread over time. That's why it's good to have it contained in a raised bed.
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1950s Maybelline cream mascara. A short history of Maybelline and mascara: Tom Lyle created an eyelash cream and began mail order marketing it in 1916 as a beautifier, using the name Lash-Brow-Ine. Frankly it was a load of horseshit and contained nothing to beautify, darken, lengthen, or strengthen your lashes, but he sold enough that his next product was an eyelash darkener in cake form, 1917. In 1920 there was a dispute over the name and Lyle lost. By 1924 his business was Maybell Laborator... by marley_winters
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marley_winters 1950s Maybelline cream mascara. A short history of Maybelline and mascara: Tom Lyle created an eyelash cream and began mail order marketing it in 1916 as a beautifier, using the name Lash-Brow-Ine. Frankly it was a load of horseshit and contained nothing to beautify, darken, lengthen, or strengthen your lashes, but he sold enough that his next product was an eyelash darkener in cake form, 1917. In 1920 there was a dispute over the name and Lyle lost. By 1924 his business was Maybell Laborator...
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Kitchen and Bedroom Sorting The student selects a photograph of an object from the right and places it on either the Kitchen image or the Bedroom image, in the appropriate place (i.e. the jug of milk on the fridge, the picture of the bed on the bed, etc.). KathrinaCoxClassroom by georgina
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georgina Kitchen and Bedroom Sorting The student selects a photograph of an object from the right and places it on either the Kitchen image or the Bedroom image, in the appropriate place (i.e. the jug of milk on the fridge, the picture of the bed on the bed, etc.). KathrinaCoxClassroom
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Edith Shain, holding the iconic photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Originally published in LIFE Magazine, the photo depicts a sailor kissing Edith Shain in her nurses uniform, in Times Square on August 14, 1945. by lucinda
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lucinda Edith Shain, holding the iconic photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Originally published in LIFE Magazine, the photo depicts a sailor kissing Edith Shain in her nurses uniform, in Times Square on August 14, 1945.
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Edith Shain, holding the iconic photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Originally published in LIFE Magazine, the photo depicts a sailor kissing Edith Shain in her nurse’s uniform, in Times Square on August 14, 1945 by shopportunity
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shopportunity Edith Shain, holding the iconic photograph taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Originally published in LIFE Magazine, the photo depicts a sailor kissing Edith Shain in her nurse’s uniform, in Times Square on August 14, 1945
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Vanessa Bell by jan
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jan Vanessa Bell
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vanessa bell by susie
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susie vanessa bell
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