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Victorian Values Sussman, Warren. Culture as History. NY: Pantheon, 1984.
Production Gilt porcelain flower frog Minton & Co., 1855
The Great Exhibition, 1851
Industrialization Parlour chair c. 1850
Character King George V in riding clothes Postcard, 1895
Leisure Alexander and Diogenes Sir Edwin Landseer, 1848
Scarcity Queen Victoria's study, Osborne House Photograph, c1850
Prosperity How We Advertise Now Punch magazine, 1887
Religion Canadian recruiting poster c. 1914
Doubt Charles Darwin Photograph, 1879
Idealized past The May Queen Julia Margaret Cameron, 1864
Fear of the future Remembrance photo, c. 1880
Local culture Rebellion Had Bad Luck Punch magazine, 1865
Substance Queen Alexandra Photograph, 1901
Hypocrisy Mary Simpson a common prostitute age 10 or 11 year Photograph, 1871
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