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Mountaineering On Paper

This one is quite interesting. It comes from the same 1940’s ‘children’s pastimes’ book from which the photography article came. In this age of 24 hour television, mobile phones, game players and keep-in-constant-contact-with-everybody devices it is hard to imagine this … Continue reading

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To Be Seen, Not Heard . . .

During the Victorian era, although the social conditions were fairly dire for the working classes, things were improving further up the ladder. Then came the first world war which, in spite of being one of the bloodiest and most costly … Continue reading

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