"Trimpey House," c. 1930 in Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Exterior of the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey, showing front entrance with columns, with a porch and plants above. A cat looks out the window on the left. The home was located at 719 Oak Street.

I would very much like to live here, cat included.
From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

"Trimpey House," c. 1930 in Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Exterior of the residence of Edwin B. and Alice Kent Trimpey, showing front entrance with columns, with a porch and plants above. A cat looks out the window on the left. The home was located at 719 Oak Street.

I would very much like to live here, cat included.

From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Tags: 1930s cats

hanracecarnah:

hidinginthefog:

postale:

(via pedalwhereyougo, bad-postcards)
so many cats!

hehe puns

Tags: cats

Actress Lillian Gish, 1922. According to the caption, her morning gown of lace and chiffon was pink. Dreamy!
From the Library of Congress.

Actress Lillian Gish, 1922. According to the caption, her morning gown of lace and chiffon was pink. Dreamy!

From the Library of Congress.

Actress Lotta Crabtree, c. 1868.
From the Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Online Catalog.

Actress Lotta Crabtree, c. 1868.

From the Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Online Catalog.

nostaglictraces:

c. 1874
Such a sharp gown.

nostaglictraces:

c. 1874

Such a sharp gown.

"Ganna Walska Holding a Cat," c. 1921.

Portrait of Ganna Walska, Polish opera singer, holding a cat. At the time this picture was taken, Ganna Walska was the “bride of Alexandre Smith Cochran,” according to the Chicago Sunday Tribune of January 16, 1921. Later she was divorced, and married Harold Fowler McCormick in August, 1922.

My type of lady!
From the Wisconsin Historical Society, which has one of my favorite online image archives.

"Ganna Walska Holding a Cat," c. 1921.

Portrait of Ganna Walska, Polish opera singer, holding a cat. At the time this picture was taken, Ganna Walska was the “bride of Alexandre Smith Cochran,” according to the Chicago Sunday Tribune of January 16, 1921. Later she was divorced, and married Harold Fowler McCormick in August, 1922.

My type of lady!

From the Wisconsin Historical Society, which has one of my favorite online image archives.

Tags: 1920s cats

"Pretty Designs for Early Autumn Wear," 1910.
From The New York Public Library Digital Gallery.

"Pretty Designs for Early Autumn Wear," 1910.

From The New York Public Library Digital Gallery.

Tags: 1910s fashion

Actress Bessie Love, 1928.
From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

Actress Bessie Love, 1928.

From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

"Nine designs for jewelry [by Martin Gerlach], including pendant watch with word LOVE in diamonds," c. 1872.
From The New York Public Library Digital Gallery.

"Nine designs for jewelry [by Martin Gerlach], including pendant watch with word LOVE in diamonds," c. 1872.

From The New York Public Library Digital Gallery.

Tags: 1870s jewelery

"Ted Shawn and Hazel Wallack, his first teacher and partner, in A French Love Waltz," 1911.
From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

"Ted Shawn and Hazel Wallack, his first teacher and partner, in A French Love Waltz," 1911.

From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

Tags: 1910s

"Cat in a Rocking Chair," c. 1905.

Jennie and Edgar Krueger’s cat Tramp, dressed up in old boys’ clothes and sitting in a rocking chair.

From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

"Cat in a Rocking Chair," c. 1905.

Jennie and Edgar Krueger’s cat Tramp, dressed up in old boys’ clothes and sitting in a rocking chair.

From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Tags: 1900s cats

"Bicycling," date unknown. This pretty much seems like the WORST IDEA EVER.
From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

"Bicycling," date unknown. This pretty much seems like the WORST IDEA EVER.

From The New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

"Choice Honey for Sale," c. 1924.
From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

"Choice Honey for Sale," c. 1924.

From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Tags: 1920s

Actress Dorothy Langely poses as Bride 1 for the film serial thriller Bride 13, 1922. The film is believed to be lost. :(
From the New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

Actress Dorothy Langely poses as Bride 1 for the film serial thriller Bride 13, 1922. The film is believed to be lost. :(

From the New York Public Library’s Digital Gallery.

"Aunt Helen Walking Along Shoreline," March 3, 1899.
From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

"Aunt Helen Walking Along Shoreline," March 3, 1899.

From the Wisconsin Historical Society.

Tags: 1890s