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I am obliged to record in my journal of this date (April 16, 1882) a singular event which I am forced to believe because of the overwhelming evidence. Yesterday, while engaged in the trial of Richard Mandel…I was brought to … Continue reading
Mihály Bíró: brochure for the National Union of Hungarian Construction Workers (c. 1910); text in Romanian.
Eugène Samuel Grasset: La vitrioleuse [The Acid Thrower] (1894)
Max Klinger: By the Sea – Plate II from Intermezzos, Opus IV (1881) (source)
A North German custom and superstition is, that if the master of the house dies, a person must go to the Beehive, knock, and repeat these words: “The master is dead, the master is dead,” else the Bees will fly … Continue reading
Kobayashi Kiyochika: Rainy Moon at Gohonmatsu (1880)