Victorian Links

Once again, I won't claim to have the be-all, end-all list of links here. Besides, I think you'd rather I spend my limited free time adding more to this website than hunting for other websites! But sometimes I stumble across something that begs to be shared, so bookmark this page because it will be growing.

1876 Victorian England Revisited
See how a middle-class Victorian family lives, plays, entertains and decorates.

The Victorian Web Top-notch!

A Favorite! The Costume Gallery & The Costume Classroom  
Do you have a passion for vintage fashion? You'll lose yourself on these sites, where you can explore more than 3,500 images of fashions through the ages.  Learn all about the history of the arts of beauty, from braids and ringlets in the hair to what appeared in the Paris fashion magazines in a particular year.

We don't often remember this, but women were as interested in wearing the latest styles as long as the latest styles have been appearing! You may only have one picture of Granny, and she was wearing a housedress and an apron by the time that one was taken, but what might she have worn at her wedding? Explore!
Includes a collection of 19th-century Harper's Bazaar magazine, information about Victorian Christmas and Victorian weddings, and much more. The antique marketplace was unavailable at the time I visited, but it's a very nice site overall.

Victorian Research Web
A collection of resources assembled by the creator and manager of the
VICTORIA discussion list. Like VICTORIA, the VRW is dedicated to the scholarly study of nineteenth-century Britain, and to aiding researchers, teachers, and students in their investigations of any and all aspects of this fascinating period.

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