Dancing at Lughnasa
This board is a collaboration of images from the 1930's and from present day that will inspire me and guide my designs for the costumes of Dancing at Lughnasa. The play takes place in Ireland in 1936 and is about the lives of a poor Irish family.
Jeremiah Houses, Around The Houses
8) When guests come to Jeremiah's house the people expected to clean, feed, and cook are the women. This an example of genderization, because women are being seen as inferior and as the servants. While the women did all the work, the men stayed home and barely helped around the house.
White Tri-corn hat
Jack Tried Corn, White Tried Corn, Tricorn Hats, White Hats, Tried Corn Hats
Costumes, 1930 S Teacher, 1930S Teacher
Inspiration for costumes
Knee Highs or possibly ankle socks too
Knee High, Socks Thighs, Knee Socks, Ankle Socks
vintage 1920s 1930s knee socks thigh high by MouseTrapVintage, $28.00
Simple Dresses and Aprons
Simple Dresses, Aprons Oh, 1930 S Offices, Vintage Offices, Photo Galleries, Hultun Pictures, Milk Marketing
Four women working on Hollerith tabulating machines, Milk Marketing Board, England, 1934 / source: Hultun Picture Co. and IRIS Publishing Ltd.
Women's 1930's shoes
Brown Leather, 1930S Shoes, 1930 S, 1930S Brown, Dance Shoes, Vintage Shoes, Leather Shoes, Art Deco, 30S Heels
American Duchess: Glorious 1930s Vintage Shoes
1930s shoes / vintage 30s heels / Art Deco by simplicityisbliss - StyleSays
'vintage rare 1930s brown leather Typewriter swing dance shoes'
1930's brown leather shoes.
Irish Men- Jack
Irish Soul, Connemara Men, Colors Photos, Irish Pictures, Photos Connemara, Irish Men, Photos Ireland, Men Photographers, Old Photos
Connemara men photographed by Branson DeCou between 1932-35. From the UC Santa Cruz photography collection.
old photo Connemara men
Colorized photos of Ireland from the 1930s.
Old Irish Man- Jack
History, Lecture Ireland, Ireland Httpowlyt72C7, The Great, Ireland Http Ow Ly T72C7
The Great Famine: Poverty and Land Ownership in Ireland http://ow.ly/t72c7
Ireland, the people, Stoddard lectures Ireland, 1901