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Victorian lady's hat

Why Put a Heroine in a Hat Shop?

Mary reporting. In this century when everyone except the British Royal Family has given up head coverings, it’s hard for us to imagine how important hats were to fashionable ladies in the 1880s. A hat offered the crowning touch to a lady’s ensemble. An expensive, often custom-made accessory, it was a wardrobe essential. A lady […]

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Victorian Gentleman's (L) and Lady's (R) Chairs

The Tiny Waist Leads to the Armless Chair

Mary reporting. In my grandmother’s home, the Victorian gentleman’s chair had graceful mahogany arms on each side, ideal for resting his forearms while reading a book or a newspaper. The smaller lady’s chair had no arms. The wood curving around the chair’s back simply stopped at the velvet upholstered seat. Such inequality in home furnishings […]

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Auntie's Angel's Food Cake

Auntie’s Angel’s Food Cake

Every Southern lady had a recipe for angel’s food cake, a particularly delicate dessert that wasn’t too heavy after a big meal. In the 19th century, cholesterol and trans fat weren’t in diners’ vocabulary, but they needn’t have worried about this cake. It has neither. In When A Lady Loves, heroine Maureen Collins has a […]

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