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Here’s a Dubbel (and a space capsule) in your eye!

I finally got a chance to see a classic sci-fi movie, which inspired me to start this quest in the first place: A Trip to the Moon (1902) 402 more words


A Sane Fourth of July (1909) | The Yesteryear Gazette

Originally posted on The Yesteryear Gazette.

Such Is Happy Possibility – Some Cities Have It Now

A Fourth Of July without fear and discomfort, noise and bloodshed is the glad hope held out to American patriots who have suffered the agony of the classic celebration for many years, and who have believed it their doom to withstand the festal rites until a giant cracker should put them out of their misery. 204 more words

20th Century


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The Grosvenor Hotel, Eastgate Street, Chester - Circa 1865

An excerpt from an Old Guide Book Of Chester (1865)

The old building called The Royal Hotel occupied the site of the present structure (Grosvenor Hotel Built 1865) had been long found very inconvenient and ill adapted for carrying on the large amount of business which devolved upon it as the principal hotel of the city. 518 more words