Life, liberty,
and the pursuit of fuck yeah.
-Thomas Jefferson, June 1776

Theme by Stijn
June 8th
04:00

ladyhistory:

the-fighting-temeraire:

Sitting here trying to figure out why Thomas Jefferson in HBO’s John Adams is kinda good-looking, and then it hits me that he plays Stannis Baratheon. Dang.

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YESSSSS 

ANOTHER ONE HAS BEEN CONVERTED TO THE “HOT DAMN MR. JEFFERSON” CLUB

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April 13th
11:12

Anonymous asked:


happy birthday tj
January 30th
18:46

Anonymous asked:


Did Jefferson's close friends and family call him Tom or was he addressed by all as Thomas?

I’ve seen Tom, Thom (I think), and Thomas though most written records tend to err on the formal side. Anyone want to provide examples for this of informal, given name references?

July 4th
12:26

Happy 4th of July everyone!

May 30th
08:01

williamfbuckleyjr asked:


My colony is New Jersey! If you're still doing that :D

Hey-hey, I think we are? I’ll add you to the list when I get to updating it. :)

May 19th
04:00

Principles of Freedom - The Epstein Collection - Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Benjamin Rush

staysandstories:

strawberry-fox:

This is an invitation from Thomas Jefferson to Dr. Benjamin Rush

Look closely at the outside of the letter, at the names of the recipient… and the sender…

??????!!!!

EEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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May 18th
12:46
staysandstories:

madtomedgar:

strawberry-fox:


A pair of green-tinted spectacles is on display in the Monticello Visitors Center. These are believed to have belonged to Thomas Jefferson, although we do not know precisely what he used them for. According to Silvio Bedini, tinted glasses first appeared around 1810. They were not typically used as sunglasses as we might think of them, but “to improve the vision out of doors.”

why is he not depicted wearing these in every portrait

Somebody with art skills please rectify this horrible oversight.


bitchin

staysandstories:

madtomedgar:

strawberry-fox:

A pair of green-tinted spectacles is on display in the Monticello Visitors Center. These are believed to have belonged to Thomas Jefferson, although we do not know precisely what he used them for. According to Silvio Bedini, tinted glasses first appeared around 1810. They were not typically used as sunglasses as we might think of them, but “to improve the vision out of doors.”

why is he not depicted wearing these in every portrait

Somebody with art skills please rectify this horrible oversight.

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bitchin

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April 12th
23:01
22:42

Happy birthday Mr. Jefferson

The mod is flying from India to France today and so can’t post anything in honor of this day, so why not hit up the submit box with your favorites and I’ll share those next weekend to spread out the Jefferson love?

February 20th
13:14