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bluepassions:

Mykonos

bluepassions:

Mykonos


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inceration:

I follow back everyone!

inceration:

I follow back everyone!

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filharmagic:

how come you never see Troy and Gabrielle fucking acting in the first High School Musical. they’re auditioning for a play. a play with words. words need spoken. stage directions need be taken. what even is the plot of that musical. did anyone go to see it. how come Sharpay and her gay brother didn’t get supporting roles actually wait fuck were there any supporting roles? what is the high school musical in high school musical. why does ryan keep wearing hats.


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wjhk:

shakirectum:

wjhk:

Happy birthday Mahmoud Darwish (13 March 1941 – 9 August 2008)

Oooh he has a street named after him in Paris 

Look you guys


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lyingseason:

Adelheid (1969), dir. František Vláčil

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thecivilwarparlor:

African American Nurses During The Civil War
During the Civil War, black women’s services included nursing or domestic chores in medical settings, laundering and cooking for the soldiers. As the Union Army marched through the South and large numbers of freed black men enlisted, their female family members often obtained employment with the unit. The Union Army paid black women to raise cotton on plantations for the northern government to sell.
Five black nurses served under the direction of Catholic nuns aboard the Navy hospital ship Red Rover. Four of their names—Alice Kennedy, Sarah Kinno, Ellen Campbell and Betsy Young—have been recorded. Black nurses are in the record books of both Union and Confederate hospitals. As many as 181 black nurses—both female and male—served in convalescent and US government hospitals in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina during the war.
Photo: Sixth-plate ambrotype of a Black woman in a white dress, with gilt accents to her earrings, necklace and rings. Solarization at margins only compromises image somewhat and the woman is still quite visible and distinct. Velvet lining rubbed, some dents to brass mat and gutta-percha case.  This image is from Railsplitter http://www.railsplitter.com/sale11/blackam.html
Source information http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/BBH1998.html

thecivilwarparlor:

African American Nurses During The Civil War

During the Civil War, black women’s services included nursing or domestic chores in medical settings, laundering and cooking for the soldiers. As the Union Army marched through the South and large numbers of freed black men enlisted, their female family members often obtained employment with the unit. The Union Army paid black women to raise cotton on plantations for the northern government to sell.

Five black nurses served under the direction of Catholic nuns aboard the Navy hospital ship Red Rover. Four of their names—Alice Kennedy, Sarah Kinno, Ellen Campbell and Betsy Young—have been recorded. Black nurses are in the record books of both Union and Confederate hospitals. As many as 181 black nurses—both female and male—served in convalescent and US government hospitals in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina during the war.

Photo: Sixth-plate ambrotype of a Black woman in a white dress, with gilt accents to her earrings, necklace and rings. Solarization at margins only compromises image somewhat and the woman is still quite visible and distinct. Velvet lining rubbed, some dents to brass mat and gutta-percha case.  This image is from Railsplitter http://www.railsplitter.com/sale11/blackam.html

Source information http://www.womensmemorial.org/Education/BBH1998.html


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fernn-weh:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

My heart exploded

fernn-weh:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

My heart exploded

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hijabihana:

behindtheblush:

I can’t even handle this

This looks devine

hijabihana:

behindtheblush:

I can’t even handle this

This looks devine


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