2) For discussion of censors and censorship during the late Victorian and Edwardian periods
, see Samuel Hynes, The Edwardian Turn of Mind (Princeton, N.
These stories, while sad, reveal so much about the Edwardian period
But it is the political commentary provided by these journals which is at the heart of our research for a new book and we have selected some 60 cartoons to illustrate trends in Birmingham politics over the decades, from the time of the publication of the Town Crier to the time of their demise during the Edwardian period
Newcastle United in the Edwardian period
is almost the polar opposite of the way the club is run now.
Primarily, Penylan is renowned for its Edwardian period
homes, with its mixture of three to four-bedroom properties that have scope to be extended into the loft space and the ability to increase the property's value, subject to planning of course.
The interiors date from late Georgian through the Edwardian period
, with much of the original decor and a wonderful collection of pictures, furniture and other contents.
Elaine Ward, one of the company's producers and a Kirklees councillor for the area, said authentic costumes and items of clothing, dating back to the Victorian and Edwardian period
, had been ruined.
Natalie, whose husband Pete is a manager for Tesco Teesside, said: "I'm fascinated by the Edwardian period
and the beautiful ocean-going liners they had in Britain at that time.
City leisure boss Coun Martin Mullaney said: "It's the last completely intact public swimming baths from the Edwardian period
To commemorate the Titanic's first only voyage, The History Wardrobe has created the presentation based on the fashion of the Edwardian period
The Titanic Feast pays homage to the Edwardian period
as a golden age of adventure.
On one hand the patented the cushion-cut diamonds in Legacy surrounded by bead-set gems evoke the glamour of the Edwardian period
and on the other hand the Lucida rings highlight remarkable elegance and designs that transcend time.