‘short stories’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Nathaniel Hawthorne – the frightened storyteller
Nathaniel Hawthorne – the frightened storyteller
The Minister was now using the letter for his own ends
The Minister was now using the letter for his own ends
She lingered at the door before she gathered courage to knock
She lingered at the door before she gathered courage to knock
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
Shepperton Church, as it was
Shepperton Church, as it was
She sinks down on her knees, takes the dear head in her arms, and kisses the cold forehead
She sinks down on her knees, takes the dear head in her arms, and kisses the cold forehead
British Newspapers in the Nineteenth Century: Short Stories, The Big Budget, The Lady's Magazine, Isobel's Dressmaking …
British Newspapers in the Nineteenth Century: Short Stories, The Big Budget, The Lady's Magazine, Isobel's Dressmaking …
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
Nathaniel Hawthorne – the frightened storyteller
Nathaniel Hawthorne – the frightened storyteller
The Prefect of Police had his men search the Minister's apartment
The Prefect of Police had his men search the Minister's apartment
Dupin realised that the letter could be hidden in plain sight
Dupin realised that the letter could be hidden in plain sight
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
Just on the slope by a clump of laurels, where they can see sunbeams sparkling among the water-lilies
Just on the slope by a clump of laurels, where they can see sunbeams sparkling among the water-lilies
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846
An excursion to Horace's Sabine farm, April 1st 1846