- Victorian Baby Carriage
- Queen Victoria – A Very Naughty Princess
- A Dress to Die For! A Look at the Dark Side of 19th Century Fashion
- Stay in Austen Inspired Cottage at Chatsworth
- Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire
- Death in the Victorian Era – How Long to Mourn
Photos of wonderful Victorian baby carriages.
Often very good, occasionally rather impertinent and sometimes very naughty – all descriptions of 12-year-old Queen Victoria.
From clothing and accessories made with poisonous dyes and chemicals to the effects of constricting corsets and impossibly narrow footwear.
Chatsworth was used as Pemberley, the residence of Mr. Darcy in Pride and Prejudice.
A time when the wrong outfit could lead to disgrace and scandal.
The importance of proper mourning etiquette was unrelenting, with suitable clothing the primary concern.
Creating national cemeteries became a necessity during the American Civil War in order for the United States military to respectfully bury the dead.
Featuring clothing from the early 1900s including costumes from Downton Abbey.
What do early 1900s dolls, parasols and an ice cream freezer have in common?