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Betty ‘Blue Eyes’ Howard: vintage 8x10 photo Betty began her career as a chorus girl at the Trocadero Theater in Philadelphia, PA. She danced at the President-Follies in San Francisco & by the mid to late 1940s she was a headliner on the popular burlesque circuits. On 25 January 1946 she married KRNT radio announcer Carter Reynolds. Betty was billed as “Blue Eyes” or w/the tag line “You’ll LOVE her Blue eyes”. Her gimmick, as she disrobed, was that her pasties were shaped like 2 big blue…

"In the Valley of the Shadows" (1902) By Howard Pyle (1853-1911) Travels of the Soul Series: 3rd piece in series, oil on canvas, United States. #angels

Ball of Fire (also known as The Professor and the Burlesque Queen) is a 1941 American screwball comedy film directed by Howard Hawks, and starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. This Samuel Goldwyn Productions film (originally distributed by RKO) concerns a group of professors laboring to write an encyclopedia and their encounter with a nightclub performer who provides her own unique knowledge.

Kokoon Arts Club Bal Bizarre Poster (1930). Rolf Stoll (1892-1978). Lithograph in colors on paper printed by the Crane Howard Litho. Co. "The Kokoon Arts Club was one of Cleveland's most active artists; organizations between 1911-40 based on avant-garde artists..

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Sultry Circus Vixen Photography : sparkling diamonds

Dolly Lamour by Giulia Tarantini, via Behance #circus #inspiration #fashion

Pierre-Louis Pierson (French, 1822–1913). Scherzo di Follia, 1861–67, printed ca. 1930. Gelatin silver print

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