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Silver opium set - China : pipe, lamp, box and miscellaneous opium tools

Silver opium set - China : pipe, lamp, box and miscellaneous opium tools

french gypsy  - my grandfather said he was a Prince in the old country ..........

Gypsy Traveler Tie Mens Ascot, French Tattered Aristocrat Style by CrudeThings

Laudanum Victorian Alcholic tinctre with opium sweetened with sugar...taken with Absinthe..heard this mentioned in films wondered what it was ..cheaper than a bottle wine and not taxed..

Laudanum: alcoholic tincture of opium, sometimes sweetened with sugar (also called wine of opium). The century was marked by a widespread use: cheaper than a bottle of wine and not taxed as an alcoholic beverage. The addictive properties were not known.

A handwritten note on the back of the photo says: “Aunt Velma, she never married.” 1888.   Oh dear.

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The handwritten note on the back of this 1888 photo reads, "Aunt Velma, she never married.oh Lord please I pray don't let me end up like aunt Velma!

A Collection Of Rare Photos Found Throughout History (20 Pics) - Ned Hardy

The real Bonnie & Clyde - Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Clyde Barrow was from Oak Cliff in West Dallas.

Quakers opened a medical college for women in PA in 1850, graduating female doctors from the US (including Native Americans and African Americans and former slaves) and around the world.

1885 -- Anandibai Joshi of India, Keiko Okami of Japan, and Sabat Islambouli of Syria -- each became the first licensed female doctors in their respective countries. The three were students at the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania.