mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,
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My tweets

  • Fri, 19:13: RT @racheldharris_: Historical photo day 162! Australia takes 'C day' in its stride' - 'Dollar Girls' on duty at a post office looking at g…
  • Fri, 19:14: RT @archaeologyart: Frog Amulet, c. 1540-1296 BC, Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18. Medium: Carnelian. Dimensions: 0.9 x 0.9 cm (3/8 x 3/8 in…
  • Fri, 19:17: RT @nationaltrust: With a calming shade of blue, a sea of glory-of-the-snow makes a soothing sight for sore eyes. https://t.co/fcQiGrUoCX
  • Fri, 19:36: RT @nswarchives: We've pulled out the BIG hats today! What are you wearing? 📷 Cootralantra Public School picnic, 1910 View in catalogue: h…
  • Fri, 19:36: RT @uomcollections: @nswarchives We love a big hat, especially those that could double as a lampshade! Studio portrait of Miss May Pretty…
  • Fri, 20:55: RT @NFSAonline: A home workout gone wrong! This is Cretinetti, a silent era comedy superstar played by Andre Deed. This film is part of our…
  • Fri, 20:55: RT @ArtDecoSocUK: Resin Revolution: Bakelite comprised of dark fillers & powders with a process of intense heat & pressure. More fluid appl…
  • Fri, 20:55: RT @ArtDecoSocUK: Picnic sets, jewellery, games, toys, clocks and kitchenware all got the resin treatment https://t.co/44ASjX34a6
  • Fri, 20:56: RT @AshmoleanMuseum: We're back with another season of our Museum Secrets podcast! This week, it's all about a three and a half thousand ye…
  • Fri, 20:58: RT @womensart1: Caitlin Freeman, food artist and pastry chef responding to the artworks at San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art #womensart
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