Fer Guimaraes Rosa

Fer Guimaraes Rosa

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Joan Crawford, 1944

Joan Crawford, 1944

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Jean Arthur

Jean Arthur

Jack Benny, Bette Davis, Boots Mallory and her husband Herbert Marshall, and Coleen Gray chatting at a Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles 1952.

Jack Benny, Bette Davis, Boots Mallory and her husband Herbert Marshall, and Coleen Gray chatting at a Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles 1952.

Calling all farmhouses…and ranch houses…and cottages…and apartments! We’re celebrating country style across the U.S. in our “Country From Coast to Coast” issue this June!  Send your space to us by tagging your pics with #CLCoasttoCoast (be sure to include your state!), and it may appear in the issue! (: Sharon DiGioia-Daskal, Connecticut)

Calling all farmhouses…and ranch houses…and cottages…and apartments! We’re celebrating country style across the U.S. in our “Country From Coast to Coast” issue this June! Send your space to us by tagging your pics with #CLCoasttoCoast (be sure to include your state!), and it may appear in the issue! (: Sharon DiGioia-Daskal, Connecticut)

Debbie Reynolds

wehadfacesthen: “ Rest in Peace, Debbie Reynolds April 1932 - 28 December one of our last links to Hollywood’s Golden Age “I gave it all that I had, and it’s gratifying that others seem to be receiving it so well.

Ingrid Bergman, 1940

Ingrid Bergman, 1940

A 1932 fashion photo featuring a veiled hat

A 1932 fashion photo featuring a veiled hat - for my dear friend sniccolo

This is just one of 106 Christmas trees on display at the legendary Biltmore Estate 🎄 Link in bio to see more reasons why this mansion is a classic locale for Christmas cheer and celebration!

Kim Novak at Fort Point in San Francisco during production of "Vertigo" (1958). Many decades after the film's release, Novak said this to film critic Roger Ebert about her "Vertigo" character, Judy: "Hitchcock gave me a lot of freedom in creating the character, but he was very exact in telling me exactly what to do. How to move, where to stand. I think you can see a little of me resisting that in some of the shots, kind of insisting on my own identity."

Kim Novak at Fort Point in San Francisco during production of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo"