[The plundering of the King's cellar, Paris, 10th August, 1793 (i.e., 1792)] detail
Richard Earlom [a l'Université de Liège (Belgique)]
a .tif file (warning: 59 Megs!) shows the narrative clearer, there's heads on pikes, a woman putting a severed penis on a pike, drunkeness, ribaldry, a mendicant Jew with looted gold, the LoC description says there's a Native American woman with a severed head, though why she'd be there...
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Deep Sea bass caught at the mouth of the Rio Grande
Robert Runyon Photograph Collection of the South Texas Border Area
Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin/LOC
Woman in field (2)
Man and woman (2)
Woman and man
Runyon family at the mouth of the Rio Grande
William Thornton Runyon (on tree trunk), Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Reed, Albert W. Reed, Jr., and Lillian Runyon (Mahoney) at the beach, ca. 1920-1921
Armored Motor Car
Irma Dixon[public health nurse] and her automobile, San Benito, Texas, December 1920
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Then they'd hug, and play, and toy, and go out by Couples into another Room on the same Floor, to be marry'd, as they call'd it. The Door of that Room was kept by —— Eccleston, who used to stand pimp for 'em to prevent any Body from disturbing them in their Diversions. When they came out, they used to brag, in plain Terms, of what they had been doing. As for the Prisoner, she was present all the Time, except when she went out to fetch Liquors. There was among them Will Griffin, who has been since hang'd for Sodomy; and —— Derwin, who had been carried before Sir George Mertins* for Sodomitical Practices with a Link-Boy [boy who lights the street lights at night].Homosexuality in Eighteenth-Century England
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...The dolls washed up on shore not far from here
and the wild horses who come and lick their faces
There is nothing definite about you
but you happen in detail
From finches we take feathers for our hats
From us they take hair for their nests...
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Concerns about the gradual replacement of breastmilk with commercial infant foods in industrialised and developing countries were first voiced in the late 1930s. By the 1960s, breastfeeding was in rapid decline in many parts of the world. By 1967, just one-quarter of babies born in US hospitals were breastfed when their mothers took them home.
The infant food industry used a wide range of promotional methods to increase demand for its products: it stressed that infant formula was equivalent or superior to breastmilk; it played on women's concerns that they did not have enough breastmilk; it depicted healthy-looking babies on its products and promotions; it dressed its salespersons as nurses; it sent large quantities of free supplies of formula to maternity wards; and it worked through the medical profession.
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Bitter WheelLate one night the wind changes direction
Mary says to herself, things are gonna get hot
Rolling down through town just picking up friction
Makes you want to hold on to what you've got
Bobby sits in his car looking over his shoulder
Says I feel like I've been here before
So many things I wished that I'd have told her
So much of me she's taking out that door
Bitter wheel's gonna roll tonight
Are you ready
I can feel it like a wire pulled tight
From the desert down to the shore
Nothing in your life is gonna be the same
When the ground starts shaking you're gonna forget
Everything you know
And let it roll
(let it roll)
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"I was brought up on the farm in the bush, which was the best thing that happened, it was just a wonderful childhood. One of my most formative experiences was listening to my mother playing Beethoven and Chopin on the piano and listening to the drums playing in the compound: two kinds of music playing together. And as a child I didn't see any reason why they shouldn't be played together, you had to be much older to understand that African drums and Chopin weren't really a part of the same phenomenon."
BBC World Service
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The founders of the modern dance were rebels. Their followers are bourgeois. The younger generation is too anxious to please, too eager to be accepted. For art this is death. To young dancers. I want to say:Anna Sokolow
"Do what you feel you are, not what you think you ought to be. Go ahead and be a bastard. Then you can be an artist."
Jewish Women's Archive
Anna Sokolow's Player's Project
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de la Bibliothèque de Troyes
Médiathèque de l'Agglomération troyenne
ICONOGRAPHIE DE LA CORNEMUSE
Catherine et Jean-Luc Matte
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