My name’s Homer Jackson. And I’m all flesh and blood..
Black teens watching a high school football game. Chicago, 1946. By Wayne Miller via Bygone Americana
This picture makes me immeasurably happy.
Ladies and Gentlemen…. The President of Ireland.
Ah tis himself.
O’Connell Street on the night that the Irish Free State became the Republic of Ireland (Easter Sunday, 1949).
I accept no other versions of her, however historically inaccurate it is.
as co-founder of our school’s history club i can confirm that this is a 103% accurate representation.
Some of Egon Schiele’s self portraits, c. 1910-1912
Alphonse Mucha ”Medee, Theatre de la Renaissance, Sarah Bernhardt”
Ladies after the ball - Alfred Steven, 1874
I had no idea I was a novelist.
Looks like some of us will be able to participate in NANOWRIMO after all.
I have written WAR & PEACE for Satan