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    frida's parents| The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo (2005)

    Frida Kahlo - painter, lover, thinker, Trotskyist, survivor, feminist, she is that lone star on the darkest night.

    1845, Wedding portrait of Jefferson Davis, age 37, with his bride, Varina Howell, age 17.

    Albert Einstein in fuzzy slippers, c. 1950's Source: The Historical Society of Princeton via Retronaut

    The Legendary Lillie "Lily" Langtry was so popular she's been a character in books, The Who had a song about her in 1967 and there was even a paper doll of her in the 1880's-1890's. See more at

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    Helen Keller

    Emmylou Harris

    Olive Oatman, given facial tattoo by Native Americans who abducted her in the 1850s

    Janis Joplin in front of the Hotel Chelsea NYC, March 1969. Photographed by David Gahr.

    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow c. 1850 Daguerreotype, Southworth Hawes, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    Helen Keller reading braille. She was born in Tuscumbia, AL.

    Amelia Earhart

    Willie Nelson & trigger

    Charlie Chaplin 1925

    Julia Stephen (1846–1895), a renowned beauty in her day, and mother of Virginia Stephen who would later become better known as Virginia Woolf. The photograph was taken by Julia Margaret Cameron.

    John Wayne. my favorite quote, "Life is tough. Life is tougher if you're stupid"

    David Bowie

    diane keaton

    Harriet Beecher Stowe - Albert Sands Southworth - c. 1850s

    Jennie Jerome - Winston Churchill's American mother, 1880s

    Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole

    Myrna Loy aged fifteen

    Florence Nightingale Taken: 1858 Discovered: 2006

    Agnes Moorehead -You may remember her as Samantha's mother on "Bewitched".