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Images from the collected issues of the magazine Cassell’S Family magazine for the year 1889.

Between 1874 and 1896, including for the year represented here, Wikipedia claims that the magazine was edited by the H. G. Bonavia Hunt (1847 – 1917), but the Wikipedia page for that person does not mention it, and it seems unlikely.

The magazine was published by Cassell & Co., in Britain, the USA and elsewhere, and is out of copyright.

Title: Cassell’s Family Magazine

Author: Cassell & Co., Ltd.

Editor: Hamer, Sam H.

Published by: Cassell & Co., Ltd.

City: London, Paris, New York, Melbourne

Date: 1889

Total items: 6

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Miss Fallutine Preferred to Walk]

Miss Fallutine Preferred to Walk

two women, wearing winter boots, furs, bonnets, walk arm in arm togetherover snowy grass. They carry skates. In the background are wooden fences and trees. [more...] [$]

[picture: For One Brief Moment Our Eyes Met]

For One Brief Moment Our Eyes Met

In this scene from a late Victorian magazine, a well-dressed man using a crutch has raised his bowler hat in greeting to a lady with a parasol. The lady wears an elaborate dress and bonnet. The gate appears to be in an iron fence; behind it a path [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Flying saucer over the glittering city of the North Pole]

Flying saucer over the glittering city of the North Pole

We poised our car over teh gilttering domes and towers of the great city of the North Pole. [$]

[picture: Jean and George were Exchanging Glances and Whispered Words]

Jean and George were Exchanging Glances and Whispered Words

A young man in Victorian hiking gear, George, is sprawled on the grass near ayoung lady, Jean, who wears a bonnet and dress. In the background are several more people; the whol scene set in a grassy [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: She was throwing his line herself.]

She was throwing his line herself.

The picture accompanies the first chapter of Mr. Trench of Brasenose: The Romance of a Long Vacation by Mary L. Armitt. [more...] [$]


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Images from the collected issues of the magazine Cassell’S Family magazine for the year 1889.

Between 1874 and 1896, including for the year represented here, Wikipedia claims that the magazine was edited by the H. G. Bonavia Hunt (1847 – 1917), but the Wikipedia page for that person does not mention it, and it seems unlikely.

The magazine was published by Cassell & Co., in Britain, the USA and elsewhere, and is out of copyright.


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