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A Charleston dance contest with tiger at Princeton. It was said that the tiger’s style was a bit more Jitterbug than Charleston.  Photo by Martha Holmes, 1949 (via)

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hellogiggles:

11 BOOK SERIES YOU FORGOT YOU LOVED

by From Our Readers

http://ift.tt/1ln6G2q

How many do you remember?

My jaw literally just dropped. I’ve been searching for these books for so long. I never knew how to describe them to my friends or anyone when we talked about books we read as a kid, but this is it!! OMG I feel so much relief rushing through me D:

This article made me realize The Boxcar Children is basically a huge long series about homeless children.

IS THAT OR IS THAT NOT DEPRESSING?

Also I love kid’s books that are sibling based. 

OHMYGOD VAMPIRES DON’T WEAR POLKA DOTS whoa sorry that’s a lot of caps anyway I had that book when I was tiny and I didn’t even remember it until I saw this post just now and was suddenly overwhelmed by a wave of nostalgia and I can’t believe I could forget that book so entirely up until now wow just wow

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scavengedluxury:

Leadenhall Market. London, June 2014.

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I_AM_A_IDIOT_AMA:

All credit goes to /u/ktrcoyote, who made this amazing colorized version of the 1910 original photographed by Herbert Ponting, the first professional photographer to see Antarctica.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Colorization/comments/1qk82x/scotts_antarctic_expedition_from_the_1910s_now_in/

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