The Warlock's Curse: Reference Images

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This is a pinboard of reference images for my historical fantasy novel "The Warlock's Curse". The book is set in 1910 and has scenes in California, Detroit, Chicago, and New York.

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Theda Bara: Silent film star who never crossed over into talkies, left behind a legacy of being the first femme fatale of cinema. Her "Vamp" persona set the tone for badass chicks to exist today. Louise Brooks, Silent Film Stars, Movie Stars, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Belle Epoque, Celine, People Poses, Popular Actresses

The Bowery Boys: New York City History -

Above: Clara Bow, in It (1927), one of the roles that made her an major film star. Two iconic actresses

old time religion Banner of Heaven and Hellfire Hale’s Studio Prestonburg Kentucky No Date circa Photograph collection Jim. Old Time Religion, Photography Movies, The Warlocks, Religious Books, Southern Gothic, Heaven And Hell, The Secret History, Praise The Lords, Reference Images

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SeMeN SPeRmS Simon Sperm Super Sperm Graffiti Art Photography Movie Cyber Punk Weirdo Rocker Music NYC LA Crazy Fashion Fetish New York City Cool USA

Marie Curie was a woman before her time. Born in in Poland, she was a genius in physics and in chemistry - Marie Curie zamanından… Marie Curie, Good Woman, Great Women, Amazing Women, Super Women, Prix Nobel, Tilda Swinton, Nobel Prize, Famous Women

10 Most Famous Women in History - Smashing Tops

There are numerous famous women in history and by means of this top 10, I tried to make a selection of the most popular ones. I tried to include those women who achieved eternal glory in various fields and had an impact on the society. Unfortunately, many were left outside, because important, influential women are plenty …

Measuring Babies Young children being measured and inspected. Reproduced from Indiana Eugenics Digital Library. Abandoned Asylums, Insane Asylum, Mental Health Care, Medical History, Interesting History, Women In History, Mental Illness, Glass Houses, Young Children

1907 Indiana is the first state to legalize involuntary permanent sterilization for mental illness and criminals. About 2,500 are involuntarily sterilized before the eugenic sterilization law is repealed in 1974. Thirty states follow, especially in the 1920’s - 1930’s at the height of eugenics.

Fascinating photos show the Albino circus performers of the Victorian Era Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, Albino Men, Post Mortem, Melanism, Human Oddities, The Warlocks, Albinism, Circus Performers

"Little Ida, the Beautiful Albino." Age, 5 years. From *Nineteenth Century Images of Albinism*.

Soda fountain at Todd's Drugstore, ca. 1910 Two customers stand at the soda… Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Spice Trade, The Warlocks, Old Gas Stations, Our Town, Soda Fountain, Ginger Beer, Reference Images

Soda fountain at Todd's Drugstore, ca. 1910

Ph10,822B: Two customers stand at the soda fountain inside Todd's Drugstore at 525 Warburton Avenue in Hastings-on-Hudson. Behind the counter two boys serve up Moxie's flavored sodas. The gentleman with the beard standing next to them may be the proprietor Hanford C. "Doc" Todd. The mirror behind the counter reflects the pharmacy shelves on the opposite side of the room. The flag above the bar suggests that the drugstore was decorated for the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or some other…