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  • Miss Ruth's Time Bomb

    Colleen Moore is shown in this 1920's photo sporting a bob hairstyle. Bobbed hair was one of the hair fashion trends of the 1920's. It came about during the transition from the long hair of the Victorian era to more practical short hair.

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