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Antique Photography

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Inuit girl and her husky. Photographer Richard Harrington

モダンガール or Mo-ga ("modern girls") wearing western dress at the dawn of the Shōwa era, Japan, 1932, photographer unknown.

I am a dreamer — semioticapocalypse: Street fashion. Japan,...

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We played jacks for hours- how could we hold 10 jacks and catch the ball? The jacks were smaller....

Did You Ever Play Jacks?

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Elena Vojvodina

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder : Photo

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Marie Doro-A lovely actress from the earlier, silent days of cinema

FUCK YEAH HISTORY CRUSHES

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alfred hitchcock's rear window

Rear Window Blu-ray - Grace Kelly

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“Hey Ladies!” Royal Garden Party c.1922

Lucy and Desi

Corean beauty by Cornell University Library, via Flickr

vintage Korean postcard

The Korean kisaeng were professional girls trained in music, dance, and poetry. "Official kisaeng" (관기 官妓), as depicted in this vintage postcard, were employed by the government and performed at ceremonial banquets. In the background, an ensemble playing traditional Korean instruments. The building in the background is Pubyok Pavilion by kernbeisser

Celebrating the Fourth of July, 1931. Shades of L.A.: Korean American Community.

Irish Lace Crochet

Vintage Halloween

halloween photo

Lil' Witchlet

VINTAGE HALLOWEEN PHOTO.....cute!

love these vintage halloween photos

Mary Nolan, 1920s. (December 18, 1905 – October 31, 1948) was an American actress & dancer. Her eyes are alive!!

A beautiful 1930s portrait of actress Dorothy Flood wearing a wide brimmed hat and charming novelty print dress. #vintage #1930s #actresses #fashion #hats

Carroll Borland Mark of the Vampire (1935) Her role in Mark of the Vampire inspired a cult following, despite her having only one line at the end of the film, and only ten minutes of screen time...