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Friday, February 10, 2012

The Subject is Romance


This is Romance the way it used to be, do you think it's changed, or it all the same on the inside wrapped in a different era on the outside?
All of these images can be used for pictures or for pillows or well, just about anything your imagination can come up with. If you do create something with them please be sure to come back and share it with the rest of us! Happy Crafting, and have a great weekend.



Title: "Peg o'my heart" Love, laughter, romance  Related Names Manners, J. Hartley. 
Federal Theatre Project (U.S.) , sponsor



Title: The intruder a powerful comedy drama of the East & West : the love and romance of an outlaw : by Robert J. Sherman.


Title: Jas. H. Wallick presents The dairy farm a romance of Sleepy Hollow by Eleanor Merron.


Title: Imre Kiralfy's historical romance, Venice, the bride of the sea at Olympia the greatest production of modern times at Olympia.


Title: "The squall" Jean Bart's drama of romantic Spain.


Title: James T. Powers in The blue moon


Title: Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines as presented 200 nights at Garrick Theatre, N.Y. : Clyde Fitch's best comedy.


Title: Chas. H. Yale & Sidney R. Ellis present golden voiced Al. H. Wilson in A prince of tatters by Sidney R. Ellis



Title: Kane, Shipman & Colvin present When knighthood was in flower by Chas. Major & Paul Kester


Title: Paul & Virginia


Title: Romeo & Juliet

Title: John Drew's new play, Rosemary


Title: Wm. H. Crane. A Virginia courtship








Linked to My Romantic Home, Show and Tell Fridays
The Shabby Nest Frugal Friday
French Country Cottage Feathered Nest Friday
The Trendy Tree House Follow Me Fridays
It's a Hodgepodge Life Hodgepodge Friday
Charm of the Home Home Sweet Home Party
A Potpourri life at 2805 Potpourri Friday
AND 
The Brambleberry Cottage is hosting Time Travel Thursdays








Starting on March 15, 2012 I will host "It's My Thing Thursdays"
Every Thursday...mark you calendars and please come back to share   "Your Thing"


also read this:
I always remember Julia on Valentines Day


















1 comment:

Sherry said...

Great old posters. I think they are very similar to our today movie posters. We all love a good romantic comedy. That was fun to see those images of Julia Child! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
Sherry