Lost Splendor

Past and present by an archives student and new Bostonian. @freifraufitz

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ATTN: Important info re: Sweater Weather

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Toulouse rugby team - 1925

whataboutbobbed:

Toulouse rugby team - 1925

French Uniforms of the Napoleonic Wars, Illustrations by Hippolyte Bellangéc, c. 1843 via Wikimedia Commons

LK Fitz (freifraufitz) | Twitter

The latest Tweets from LK Fitz (@freifraufitz). Archives Student, Blog Person. Cambridge, Massachusetts.
My Twitter, ladies and gentlemen. /gesturing
 
As my buds band together for a wiki-tastic RPG, character creation stage is go.
there will be
citations
fictional citations
I was going to make a War and Peace comic but then got lazy
Thanks for taking my cardigan game up a notch, attic treasure granting teen self.
This week alone, my past teen-self has granted me a box of MTG cards, this fresh sweater, and too many pants with skulls on the butt. Good foresight, teen-self. 
Stay tuned re: updates around the corner at @freifraufitz
Across the Golden Gate: San Francisco, California c. 1937 via Imgur
After Victory: New York City, August 14th, 1945 via Imgur
Recent shoe acquisition via Modcloth!
When you order things on the internet and the things fit. And have surprise pockets.
Snake Skeleton by John William Orr, c. 1856 via Mid-Manhattan Picture Collection, New York Public Library Digital Gallery
Welcome to the faces I make sometimes.
This is my AMC Period Drama Ad Executive with a box of Items of a Time Forgotten face.

DERP and the Upswing of Internet Scholarship

These Are the Brave and Fluffy Cats Who Served in World War I

"Throughout the "war to end all wars," cats were a common sight in the trenches and aboard ships, where they hunted mice and rats. Beyond their "official" duties, they were also embraced as mascots and pets by the soldiers and sailors with whom they served." - Mark Strauss, io9