Katy Evans-Bush

Katy Evans-Bush

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London, UK / I'm a freelance writer, editor and poet. I run poetry workshops in London. And I have typewriters.
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Do you want any brick dust?: 1799

Do you want any brick dust?: 1799 Rowlandson ( brick dust was used as a household scourer, and as an ingredient in toothpaste, and in whitening agents for clothes)

Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin 1759-1797  The English writer Mary Wollstonecraft was a passionate advocate of educational and social equality for women.

Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin The English writer Mary Wollstonecraft was a passionate advocate of educational and social equality for women. Also known as Mary Shelley.

Unidentified artist, British, 18th century or first quarter 19th century MFA 64.456

"Quaker Meeting", by an unidentified artist, Quaker meetings emphasized the importance of plain dress and the equality of all people.

2010,7081.2398 Title (object)The Fair Quaker DescriptionPortrait; three-quarters length standing slightly to left, head turned to right and ...

Title (object)The Fair Quaker DescriptionPortrait; three-quarters length standing slightly to left, head turned to right and .

The London Quaker. A woodcut print of a woman, entitled 'The London Quaker'. It is from 'The Cryes of the City of London' numbered 45, published by Robert Sayer, c.1760. MoL 003250

A young quaker girl standing with hands clasped at waist, a cloak in her right arm and wearing plain clothes with frilled sleeves and a scarf over her hair; from bound series of the Cries of London. 1688 Etching and engraving

The Watercress Girl_Smith_1780  Note: how the jacket is pinned closed, trim on the cloak, cap under silk bonnet, print on kerchief, short seam at bust on jacket (is this for shaping), basket

_The Watercress Girl_ (John Raphael Smith after Johann Joseph Zoffany, bandanna neckerchief, style of pinning the jacket

Portrait miniature of a Young Girl wearing a light brown redingote, white fichu and tied white cravat, with a blue shawl, bonnet and white lace cap, c.1790, by Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855)

Portrait miniature of a Young Girl wearing a light brown redingote, white fichu and tied white cravat, with a blue shawl, bonnet and white lace cap, Jean-Baptiste Isabey

Food History Jottings: Tavern Feasting in Bristol, Christmas 1788

Food that would have been served at a tavern during the holidays - Food History Jottings: Tavern Feasting in Bristol, Christmas 1788