"Neck or Nothing" by James Gillray after Georgiana Keate, 1792. From the British Museum description: A satire on high collars and voluminous neck-cloths. A good-looking young man stands full face ... his coat ... is open to display a double-breasted waistcoat with wide lapels, within which is another collar and a swathed neckcloth tied in a bow. The high collar of his tail-coat adds to the numerous swathings round his neck ... He wears striped stockings and low shoes with rosettes.
Witches Under Empire: What it Means to Be a Witch In "Trump's America" — The Hoodwitch
Written By Jaliessa Sipress Just the thought of merely existing in “Trump’s America” may seem like some treacherous shadow-work; consistently being pushed to face our worst fears and darkest conceptions of this world while trying to maintain a sense of self and focus on the light. Mo
Tombstone Tuesday..St Louis' Bellefontaine Cemetery
Bellefontaine is a beautiful St. Louis rural garden cemetery that was established in 1849 in America. Burial practices were beginning to change in the early 19th century. The rural cemetery movement sought to establish beautiful park-like grounds outside cities where...