1. Notes: 412 / 3 years ago  from liquidnight
    liquidnight:“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only  waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps  everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something  helpless that wants our love.”

— Rainer Maria Rilke
Photo by Mario Nunes Vais, 1910 
[via All Things Amazing]

    liquidnight:“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.”

    — Rainer Maria Rilke

    Photo by Mario Nunes Vais, 1910 

    [via All Things Amazing]

     
  2. Notes: 42 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Bal Tabarin
postcard by Jean Agelou
     
  3. Notes: 82 / 3 years ago 
    Jane and Mary Alice Cunningham posing in Halloween costumes - c. about 1919
     
  4. Notes: 31 / 3 years ago  from thetranscendentalmodernist
    thetranscendentalmodernist:

Phyllis Bedells - Bassano - c. 7 July 1916
     
  5. Notes: 30 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Lina Cavalieri by Reutlinger,1900
     
  6. Notes: 36 / 3 years ago  from billyjane
    billyjane:Hallowe’en greetings
[for IMYMWM:]
     
  7. Notes: 39 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Halloween postcard 
by Samuel L.Schmucker
     
  8. Notes: 162 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Greetings at Hallowe’een
postcard by Samuel L.Schmucker
     
  9. Notes: 38 / 3 years ago  from bookmarklet
    Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes
Jingles and Tales
via finsbry

    Mother Goose’s Nursery Rhymes

    Jingles and Tales

    via finsbry

     
  10. Notes: 116 / 3 years ago  from billyjane
    billyjane:Moon Nymph by Luis Ricardo Falero *
     
  11. Notes: 24 / 3 years ago 
    Hallow’een greeting - The Rose Company (Publisher) - c. 1900-1909
     
  12. Notes: 55 / 3 years ago 
    November 1911. Before Halloween came into its own as a holiday in this  country, there was “Thanksgiving masking,” where kids would dress up and  go door to door for apples, or maybe “scramble for pennies.”
George Grantham Bain Collection

    November 1911. Before Halloween came into its own as a holiday in this country, there was “Thanksgiving masking,” where kids would dress up and go door to door for apples, or maybe “scramble for pennies.”

    George Grantham Bain Collection

     
  13. Notes: 50 / 3 years ago 
    Pearl Germond  - Moonlight, 1918 Frolic - by ACJ
     
  14. Notes: 207 / 3 years ago  from liquidnight
    liquidnight:

Julia Margaret Cameron
The Little Novice and Queen Guinevere in the Holy House of Almesbury
October 1874, Albumen print
From Julia Margaret Cameron’s Women

    liquidnight:

    Julia Margaret Cameron

    The Little Novice and Queen Guinevere in the Holy House of Almesbury

    October 1874, Albumen print

    From Julia Margaret Cameron’s Women

     
  15. Notes: 120 / 3 years ago  from billyjane
    billyjane: Miss Gabrielle Ray-Smoking
     
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