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Fauteuil Croisette Honoré Rose poudre

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LOVING! A beautiful peony and baby's breath bridesmaid bouquet. The pink looks so great with the bridesmaid's gown don't you think?! {Live View Studios}

LOVING! A beautiful peony and baby's breath bridesmaid bouquet. The pink looks so great with the bridesmaid's gown don't you think?! {Live View Studios}

A grand renovation project joins two London townhouses as one to create a dapper home for screenwriter Peter Morgan and his family

A grand renovation project joins two London townhouses as one to create a dapper home for screenwriter Peter Morgan and his family

Pink and gold bathroom details: View entire slideshow: Pretty+in+Pink+Interiors on http://www.stylemepretty.com/collection/6903/

Pink and gold bathroom details: View entire slideshow: Pretty+in+Pink+Interiors on http://www.stylemepretty.com/collection/6903/

Pink fashionable clothing pieces: Crazy Beautiful Interiors in Every Shade of Pink - http://www.stylemepretty.com/living/2017/02/14/pretty-in-pink-interiors-in-honor-of-valentines-day/

Pink fashionable clothing pieces: Crazy Beautiful Interiors in Every Shade of Pink - http://www.stylemepretty.com/living/2017/02/14/pretty-in-pink-interiors-in-honor-of-valentines-day/

Wiley Griffin arrived in Eugene in 1891. He was one of the first known African-Americans to live in the city, despite an exclusion clause in the state constitution that made it illegal for blacks to settle in Oregon. Griffin drove a mule-drawn trolley, as Eugene City Councilor Greg Evans explains… Griffin: “Providing students, faculty and other members of the community transportation between the downtown area and the University of Oregon. And his role in doing that was significant.”

Wiley Griffin arrived in Eugene in 1891. He was one of the first known African-Americans to live in the city, despite an exclusion clause in the state constitution that made it illegal for blacks to settle in Oregon. Griffin drove a mule-drawn trolley, as Eugene City Councilor Greg Evans explains… Griffin: “Providing students, faculty and other members of the community transportation between the downtown area and the University of Oregon. And his role in doing that was significant.”

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