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Images from Vivian Maier's Undeveloped Rolls: Vivian Maier was a nanny on Chicago's North Shore. Maier died unknown in 2009. She left behind about 120,000 negatives. ‘‘That rare case of a genuine undiscovered artist, she left behind a huge trove of pictures that rank her with the great American midcentury street photographers,’’ said Michael Kimmelman, the New York Times critic. ‘‘The best pictures bring to life a fantastic swath of history that now needs to be rewritten to include her.’’

This dress is from the Home Pattern Company’s 1914 fashion catalogue. You can recreate it using the Afternoon Dress pattern as your base.

I have learned that faith means trusting in advance what will only make sense in reverse. --Philip Yancey

Visit my Redskins message board by copying and pasting the following link to Capitol Punishment/National Defense aka CPND at httr.cpnd.us. Once there choose the Addiction Forum for great Skins discussion (Note the use of HTTR not the usual http) GO SKINS!) photo by the Washington Times

Magrette Moana Pacific Waterman Watch Review - by Ariel Adams - More on this unique diver from New Zealand at: aBlogtoWatch.com - "I've been reviewing Magrette watches for almost as long as I've been writing about watches and running aBlogtoWatch. Over the years, I've seen the boutique New Zealand-based watchmaker experiment and evolve, but never lose their touch. That touch is to produce well-priced dive-style watches with retro-appeal and modern sensibility..."

Magrette Moana Pacific Waterman Watch Review - by Ariel Adams - More on this unique diver from New Zealand at: aBlogtoWatch.com - "I've been reviewing Magrette watches for almost as long as I've been writing about watches and running aBlogtoWatch. Over the years, I've seen the boutique New Zealand-based watchmaker experiment and evolve, but never lose their touch. That touch is to produce well-priced dive-style watches with retro-appeal and modern sensibility..."