I’m very excited to share the news that Premeditated Myrtle’s German publisher, Von Dem Knesebeck, has also picked up How to Get Away with Myrtle! To celebrate, today I’m sharing some magnificent images of 19th century German travel. Enjoy!
In How to Get Away with Myrtle, Myrtle and Miss Judson (and Peony, of course) take a holiday to a seaside resort. The seaside was just as popular in Germany:
In a more curious vein…
German chocolatiers Theodore Hildebrand & Son produced a series of lively lithographs predicting Family Amusements of the year 2000:
And what German holiday would be complete without a stereograph of the making of sauerkraut?
The Library of Congress has many German stereographs in their magnificent collection.
I’ll share more details of Myrtle’s German tour as they become available!