Yes, I've been quiet lately...but there's also so much going on! Here's a taste of what I've been up to.
A Victorian-era family, evidently from Germany, wanted their Yuletide season of 1892 to be immortalized in a photograph. And here we are looking at it, 125 years later.
These medieval-era buildings were captured in a magnificent photo from the very end of the 19th century.
Palaiologinos introduces us to a little-known conflict at the end of the 19th century that had a long reach in history.
Fashion historian Mimi Matthews has gotten the blues, and delivered a great overview of the use of color in 19th century women's designs.
This complex was once the biggest employer in Toronto, and its output was getting half of Canada smashed on a regular basis.
What can you see in this urban landscape, taken at the end of the 19th century?
Winslow Homer, who painted this dramatic scene, was one of America's preeminent painters at the end of the 19th century.
Netflix's much-discussed true crime documentary, "Making a Murderer," fails at one of the most vital and basic tasks necessary in a journalistic examination of a criminal case.
This kind of mansion is emblematic of the development of the American West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.