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Minor League — Andrea Modica
Minor League — Andrea Modica
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Moon child (Virgo Sun (m) Left side guy x Scorpio Sun (m)...)
Two chaps in top hats, but did you think at first that they had no pants?! Victorian Men, Victorian Gentleman, Vintage Gentleman, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Aesthetic, Modern Victorian, Victorian Decor, Victorian Clothing
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Two chaps in top hats, but did you think at first that they had no pants?!
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Tired Of People Claiming That Gays Never Existed Until Now, Person Collects 31 Pics As Proof That They Did
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Just fuckin' dying 'cause of these two
"Will you have me, then?" he asked me. "No," I said.  "But I will keep you."  I like this pose for in front of the fireplace Photo Vintage, Vintage Love, Vintage Gifts, Couples Vintage, Before Us, Man Photo
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"Will you have me, then?" he asked me. "No," I said. "But I will keep you." I like this pose for in front of the fireplace
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Moody, intimate farm winter elopement in Purcellville, Virginia
Moody, intimate farm winter elopement in Purcellville, Virginia two grooms dark tuxedos rustic southern gay wedding
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Equally Wed | LGBTQ+ Wedding, Engagement, & Honeymoon Magazine
A charming 19th Century photograph of two well-dressed young chaps, unselfconsciously displaying their affection with easily interlinked arms. I wonder what their matching strong-handled bags contain - they look a great deal like that my grandfather used to transport his set of bowls to various village greens across the county! Vintage Clothing
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A charming 19th Century photograph of two well-dressed young chaps, unselfconsciously displaying their affection with easily interlinked arms. I wonder what their matching strong-handled bags contain - they look a great deal like that my grandfather used to transport his set of bowls to various village greens across the county!
From the Civil War through the 1920′s, it was very common for male friends to visit a photographer’s studio together to have a portrait done as a memento of their love and loyalty. Photographers would offer various backgrounds and props the men could choose from to use in the picture... their poses were common, and simply reflected the intimacy and intensity of male friendships at the time — none of these photos would have caused their contemporaries to bat an eye. Male Friendship, American Photography, Antique Photography, Art Of Manliness, Alternate History, Guy Pictures
Bosom Buddies: A Photo History of Male Affection
From the Civil War through the 1920′s, it was very common for male friends to visit a photographer’s studio together to have a portrait done as a memento of their love and loyalty. Photographers would offer various backgrounds and props the men could choose from to use in the picture... their poses were common, and simply reflected the intimacy and intensity of male friendships at the time — none of these photos would have caused their contemporaries to bat an eye.