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Tea party anyone? Too cute!

Young girl entertaining Mickey Mouse and other friends at a make-believe tea party, by State Library of Queensland, Australia, via Fli.

Dorothy Rich :: Butler County Gallery 1910-10-08 Nebraska 4x6 glass plate negative photo of girl serving tea to her doll and bunny.

Dorothy Rich :: Butler County Gallery Nebraska glass plate negative photo of girl serving tea to her doll and bunny.

In England, (and the rest of the UK) the Tuesday before Lent is known as Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday). On that day it is traditional to eat pancakes, toss pancakes and take part in pancake races. The origins of eating pancakes arose from Christians who observe Lent and wanted to use up all the rich foods in their cupboards before Lent. During Lent eggs, sugar and butter were not allowed so these ingredients were used to make pancakes.

shrove tuesday or pancake day UK Pancakes are associated with the day preceding Lent because they were a way to use up rich foods such as eggs, milk, and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of Lent.

A tea party, in about 1908, outside the huge Palladian mansion of Baron Hill in Anglesey, at which an alert and bearded Edward VII looks at the photographer from among a bouquet of fragrant Edwardian ladies.

A tea party, in about outside the huge Palladian mansion of Baron Hill in Anglesey, at which an alert and bearded Edward VII looks at the photographer from among a bouquet of fragrant Edwardian ladies.

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Vintage Photo photograph of child's tea party with pets cats kittens dog puppy teddy bear retro little girl photography

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Vintage Rocking Horse ~ Love the look on the little girls face! Rocking horse isn't bad either!

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