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histoireinsolite:

The perils of tight pants

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distantfantasiesrp:



We have action, we have NPCs you are free to control, we love people with initiative. And we are not the usual sandboxy RPG, neither a narrative-driven one, but a story-focused writing community where each actively writing characters can make a difference and an impact on the overall plot. We are writing collaboratively a coherent story with many sideplots aside of it.

We have 4 ships of various allegiances to crew and islands belonging to the French and British crown to populate. Men aboard any ship are strongly recommended as first characters, and civilians as secondary ones. No more female sailors are allowed.

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It’s 1720 in the West Indies. Peace is to be signed soon, and the former enemies will get allied against the common foe - pirates, looting indiscriminately. Privateers remain in the business only for hunting pirates. Will our pirate crew survive?

Which side are you on? Sharpen your blades, load your guns, drain that last sip of rhum and join our adventures, spreading death BEFORE THE MAST!

Posted 1 day ago

thegentlemanscloset:

Sky blue banyan, silk. 1750-1760. In the Manchester Art Gallery.

Gown - light blue silk damask lined blue silk, gown interlined flannel, standing collar, double breasted, mid-calf length, fastening with 9 silk thread covered buttons (?Macclesfield) with buttonholes each side, front edge straight, buttons curving to side at hip, back in two sections seamed to few inches from hem, pocket, blue glazed linen, in each side seam below hip with slit behind it, both concealed by narrow shaped flap attached to front edge of front section, sleeves in two section with turned back cuffs in two sections. Separate waistcoat - round neck with very narrow band, fastening with 13 smaller buttons, skirt cut away at front below waist, flared at sides, side seams open below waist, pocket, blue glazed linen, with shaped flap at hip each side, back above waist, blue glazed linen

(Source: manchestergalleries.org)

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vintagebrides:

1897 cabinet card photo taken in Columbus, Mississippi, possibly a bridal portrait

(Source: ebay.com)

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gatabella:

Vivien Leigh, That Hamilton Woman

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bookgeekconfessions:

Found this gem on my facebook.

Posted 2 days ago

TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY! <3

(Source: vintage-cinema)

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stereoculturesociety:

CultureSOUL; Turn of the Century *The African Americans*

Vintage photos from 1900s-1910s.