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Orange Harvest Moon
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Orange Harvest Moon
Snooker player and table
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Snooker player and table
sisyphus
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sisyphus
Orange Harvest Moon Featured Image

Orange Harvest Moon

The Harvest Moon gets its name from folklore. The saying is the light of the moon helped farmers gather crops when days became shorter and nights longer following the Autumnal Equinox. The difference in the Harvest Moon compared to others the location of the moon near the horizon that causes the Harvest Moon - or any full moon - to look big and orange in colour

© Robert Loe

Cornelia Bradley Martin, as Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, Bradley-Martin Ball Featured Image

Cornelia Bradley Martin, as Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, Bradley-Martin Ball

3077517 Cornelia Bradley Martin, as Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, Bradley-Martin Ball, 1897 (b/w photo) by American Photographer; Collection of the New-York Historical Society, USA; (add.info.: The Bradley-Martin Ball was a lavish costume ball at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City on the night of February 10, 1897. Cornelia Bradley-Martin organized the ball, with the intention of making it "the greatest party in the history of the city". Eight hundred socialites spent about, 000 imitating kings and queens. Bradley-Martin's stated intention was to create an economic stimulus for New York City, which was at the end of the Long Depression which began in 1873 and included the Panic of 1893. The Bradley-Martins spent approximately.7 million in today's money to throw the ball. Across the country, preachers and editorial writers argued over the propriety of a party that would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. In the end, the ball was a social triumph but created negative publicity.); A© New York Historical Society ; American, out of copyright

© © New York Historical Society / Bridgeman Images

Mrs McCorquodale (Barbara Cartland) dressed as champagne Featured Image

Mrs McCorquodale (Barbara Cartland) dressed as champagne

Dame Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland (1901-2000), married name Mrs Barbara McCorquodale, British novelist. Photographed here in a sparkling champagne dress, part of a living Christmas dinner set of fancy dress at the Santa Claus Ball held at the Kit-Cat club on 18 December 1929 in aid of Queen Charlotte's Hospital National Mother-Saving Campaign. The ball featured a pageant on the theme of Queen Charlotte's Christmas Dinner where well-known Society beauties were disguised as different courses, wine, spirits and puddings! The dresses were designed by the artist Mrs Peter Baxendale and the event was organised by Barbara herself. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Beach volleyball
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Beach volleyball
An Elegant Soiree
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An Elegant Soiree

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