Victorian architectural and historic links



VICTORIAN GARDENING

LINLEY SAMBOURNE HOUSE a late Victorian townhouse,it was home to Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne and his family from 1874. Most of its furnishings survive intact from their era. Click on link on right, "view an actor's tour of the house"

LIGHTING IN THE VICTORIAN HOME

THE TENEMENTS OF NEW YORK, Text of Jacob Riis's How the Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York, published in 1890.

VICTORIAN PLUMBING, pages from 1884 catalog fixtures for bathrooms, laundries and kitchens

VICTORIAN PLUMBING, pages from 1877-1893 catalogs

VINTAGE PLUMBING.com has a nice gallery of early 1900's bathrooms and some kitchens

THE JUDGE'S LODGING 1870’s Wales, The home and courtroom of a Victorian judge.

ANTIQUE STOVES.com .In addition to selling refurbished stoves their site has a nice history of stoves.

VICTORIANA.com has information for the remodeler, the shopper, and history buff

VICTORIAN LONDON as viewed through publications of the times. Much, much information

VINTAGE DESIGNS.com lots of information on American architecture and interior design

BRICKS AND BRASS, a British site for owners of Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian houses

ADELPHI PAPERHANGINGS sells reproduction wallpapers from 1750 to 1860

REPRODUCTION FABRICS says they have the largest selection of reproduction fabrics on the web,
1775 TO 1950

Prints and Photographs Reading Room, at the Library of Congress. You can browse or search this site and find many images of interiors etc.

Another page from the Library of Congress image library

Yet another page of Library of Congress Images.  It’s very easy to lose your way on the Library of Congress image sites, so be sure to bookmark your pages if you ever want to find them again!

THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY DIGITAL COLLECTION holds hundreds of thousands of images. I found the Victorian plumbing catalogs there, for example.

BACKROAD HOMES sells plans for many period style outbuildings. If you have a need for a new “old” carriage house, shed or barn, this is a good place to start looking.

The MINNESOTA HISTORIC SOCIETY Visual Resources database…The search page. An example search would be : kitchen, dates 1880 - 1910, in the boxes, and it will show you whatever it has available. A good reference site.

VICTORIAN PASSAGE , articles on life in the Victorian home, some info on early American included. A nice site, much interesting information.

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