The Neverwas Haul is the Victorian Mobile Home That Never Was

The Neverwas Haul is the Victorian Mobile Home That Never Was

The Neverwas Haul is the Victorian Mobile Home That Never Was. It's a cross between a THW and a Castle house. How freaking cool!

An early picture taken by the Victorian  photographer Emma Johnston, showing a Mr Horn, his niece and other family and friends posing for the camera

Rare glimpse of 19th-century intellectual suburban life in Hampstead

An early picture taken by the Victorian photographer Emma Johnston, showing a Mr Horn, his niece and other family and friends posing for the camera, London

12 great historical books about the Victorian era, including a mix of historical fiction novels and historical nonfiction.

12 Books to Read If You Love 'Victoria'

12 great historical books about the Victorian era, including a mix of historical fiction novels and historical nonfiction.

Sarah Gardner, in an insane asylum. Diagnosis: Insanity caused by anxiety. Women could find themselves labelled insane and locked up in madhouses for a range of conditions – from postnatal depression to anxiety to alcoholism or senile dementia, and even for social transgressions such as infidelity (‘moral insanity’).

Sent to the asylum: The Victorian women locked up because they were suffering from stress, post natal depression and anxiety

Ceramic Fantastic: The Victorian Vision of Laura Zindel. What every ghoul needs for her Halloween table!

Laura Zindel’s surreal ceramics combine high-quality home dishware with faux historical hand-drawn imagery inspired by Victorian Cabinets of Curiosity.

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