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Love brick walls and white wooden floorboards

My floors? White-washed old brick and wood floors crate a rustic yet elegant entryway when combined with globe chandeliers and vintage accessories (via Vintage Chic: Inspiring Home)

Whitevale swimming baths in Dennistoun. Fond childhood memories. It was called the Steamie, because women used to take their weekly washing there.

Whitevale swimming baths in Dennistoun. It was called the Steamie, because women used to take their weekly washing there.

PORTWILLIAM CHURCH ( NOW A HOUSE )

PORTWILLIAM CHURCH ( NOW A HOUSE )

Cover of WSPU's The Suffragette, April 1913 (after Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People,

Empress of Britain at John Brown's Shipyard, near Glasgow, Scotland -  1931. Pinned from…

“The RMS Empress of Britain was an ocean liner built between 1928 and 1931 by John Brown shipyard in Scotland and owned by Canadian Pacific Steamship Company, providing trans-Atlantic passenger service between Canada and Europe from 1931 until

The tonetine hotel on High st Glasgow

The tonetine hotel on High st Glasgow

The Rational Dress Movement campaigned for women to wear clothing, like this without the constraints of corsets and cages.

The forgotten suffragettes: From the vote to being able to wear comfortable clothes, the little-known women who fought for the rights we take for granted today

Fashion statement: The Rational Dress Movement campaigned for women to wear clothing, like that shown in this engraving from that freed women from the painful constraints of corsets and cages

Evelina Haverfield (1867-1920) Sufragista y voluntaria durante la Primera Guerra Mundial en Serbia http://www.mujeresenlahistoria.com/2015/01/una-sufragista-en-el-frente-evelina.html

Evelina Haverfield - British aid worker who founded the Women’s Emergency Corps., worked for the Scottish Women’s Hospital in Serbia,

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