#LondonCollections Leftovers: Details from last night’s Mr P Presents party #attheshows
People enjoy a ride on the “wibble-wobble” – early bumper cars – at the Japan-British Exhibition in August 1910 (via Vintage Photo LJ)
Pendleton Woolen Mills, Pendleton, Or.
Night Rider, Blanket Robe, Black Weasel. Blackfoot Tribe 1898.
A Pendleton Woolen Mills six-element shawl from 1921.
Via “Language of the Robe.”
(images created with Echograph)
F. M. Houck. Inmate Number 3700 at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary. 1903.
Sentenced to one year and one month for adultery in 1903 for having an intimate affair with a married woman.
Keukenhop Tulip Garden, Netherlands
The Keukenhof Tulip Garden, also known as the Garden of Europe, is worlds largest flower garden with over seven milion planted flower bulbs. Keukenhof is unique, world famous and has been one of the most popular destinations in the Netherlands. It is located near the small dutch town of Lisse in South Holland. The Gardens organizes an annual international exhibition of flowers. Each year the Garden presents a different theme to delight its visitors.