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Josephine Baker. A very beautiful woman with a beautiful heart full of love.

josephine baker, rare photo from the very beginning of her career, est. late teens!

Josephine Baker I think Josephine is a very inspirational woman She was a huge animal lover, a civil rights activist and adopted many children from around the world that she loving referred to as her 'rainbow tribe'

Audrey saw herself as a combination of flaws: crooked teeth; a bump on the nose; feet too large; and a too-thin figure. But it's the imperfections that make people unique, and I honestly believe that an unawareness of one's unique beauty can make a person that much more beautiful.

Audrey Hepburn: one of my most favorite shots of audrey

Anna May Wong (1905-1961) was the first Chinese-American movie star, and the first Asian-American to become an international star. Her long and varied career spanned both silent and sound film, television, stage, and radio.

Norma Shearer - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise - I love the film The Women with her in it

Crawford about 1927. She learned the ropes and had an indefinable something on screen that gave her star quality. She credited this to paying attention, being dedicated and grasping each and every opportunity that presented itself. Early on she determined to become a good actress and credited doing so not only to actors and directors but to lighting technicians and grips.

Audrey near Wall St. during filming of "Sabrina", photo by Dennis Stock, New York City, 1954