Heiress, collector, fashion icon, jewelry designer and tastemaker Millicent Rogers in her Manhattan livingroom in 1945, in a photo by John Rawlings; she had returned to the U.S. from Austria in 1940, with 16 dachshunds. Roald Dahl counted 10 when he visited her in 1944. And when she traveled, at least seven or eight would accompany her.

Heiress, collector, fashion icon, jewelry designer and tastemaker Millicent Rogers in her Manhattan livingroom in 1945, in a photo by John Rawlings; she had returned to the U.S. from Austria in 1940, with 16 dachshunds. Roald Dahl counted 10 when he visited her in 1944. And when she traveled, at least seven or eight would accompany her.



Tobacco tin, circa 1964, with thanks to Fred Deutsch.

Tobacco tin, circa 1964, with thanks to Fred Deutsch.


lilacsinthedooryard:

Helen Hyde My Neighbours

Lovely.

lilacsinthedooryard:

Helen Hyde
My Neighbours

Lovely.

(via alabaster1)


Postcards from Silver Bay on Lake George.


The Garden of Gesthemane by Jules Guerin

The Garden of Gesthemane by Jules Guerin


Easter, 1902, Life magazine cover art by Albert D. Blashgiela

Easter, 1902, Life magazine cover art by Albert D. Blashgiela


Easter Greetings


Ah, the library, as seen by Edward Gorey.

Ah, the library, as seen by Edward Gorey.


shear-in-spuh-rey-shuhn:

PERCY GRAYEucalyptus Grove, MontereyWatercolor on paper13.5 × 10 inches

I want to be there.

shear-in-spuh-rey-shuhn:

PERCY GRAY
Eucalyptus Grove, Monterey
Watercolor on paper
13.5 × 10 inches

I want to be there.