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  • Thu, 17:56: RT @PRO_Vic: Beautiful Bendigo "The Golden City" circa 1930s, by one of Victoria's most celebrated poster artists, Percy Trompf. From PROV'…
  • Thu, 18:19: RT @reallykazcooke: I talked about BMI in my first book on women’s health (1990s) before I realised how bad it was as an individual gauge o…
  • Thu, 18:21: RT @Oceandiversity2: Wait for it🐳🐬 https://t.co/c88aBv44a9
  • Thu, 18:22: RT @qldmuseum: From our collection is this Mutoscope Viewer, which provided an advancement in motion-pictures, offering short films as movi…
  • Thu, 18:27: RT @Sonja_Drimmer: A lot of people wonder how, in the pre-industrial era, enough bread was made to satisfy the hunger of the people. Mediev…
  • Thu, 18:41: RT @aflashbak: Happy birthday to Dame Angela Lansbury - born October 16, 1925 - "My son said to me 'Mom, honestly, the best thing for you…
  • Thu, 18:41: RT @SirWilliamD: I give you the London Underground in 1952 by Bert Hardy, complete with wooden floors, lampshades and a cigarette. https://…
  • Thu, 18:45: RT @DrSueOosthuizen: Such empathy with these rather doleful #AngloSaxon #horses huddling up together under a blanket against the early morn…
  • Thu, 18:49: RT @StuartHumphryes: A random spin back through time to admire the London Police Public Call Box - once a common site on hundreds of street…
  • Thu, 18:56: RT @LaurenCDeutsch: Today's #cotd is Mrs. Matilda Butters dress to the Melbourne Mayor's 1866 Fancy Dress Ball. It is silk printed with the…
Tags: #anglosaxon, #brexit, #brexitdeal, #cotd, #horses, #ironworkthursday, twitter
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    Fri, 17:14: RT @ drapedinhistory: Divine. Velvet evening gown by House of Worth, circa 1901. Palazzo Pitti, via @ Europeanaeu…

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    Thu, 13:00: RT @ jennyleong: A thread on fast fashion 🧵 Becoming an MP meant that for the first time that I had the privilege (pay packet,…

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    Wed, 17:47: RT @ statelibrarynsw: One summer day in 1928, State Library visitors saw something quite unusual: a man in a straight-jacket…

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