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showgirls on a train, 1930

Queens of Vintage Showgirls traveling on an overnight train, Reminds me of Some Like It Hot!

February 1926: Dancer Edmonde Guydens dancing at the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris in a costume made of lace.

Dancer Edmonde Guydens dancing at the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris in a costume made of lace. (Photo by Rahma/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images). February everyday: Vintage Photos of Cabaret Dancers from

(1920's) This source is a picture of women flappers posing for the camera. Flappers were very, very popular in the 1920’s, especially across Canada. Many Canadian men looked and “hanged out” with flappers post WW1, as they did not want to return to the society’s rules and roles. These men carried a carefree type of spirit. Many young Canadian women became flappers in order to make “easy cash”.

Mary Pickford’s tea party interesting group of women.Notice all but one has their ankles demurely crossed and all but one has a hat? She is the one I'd like to meet :) she also seems far more interested in something off camera.

Marlene Dietrich in 'Morocco' (1930) ...

How Trousers Evolved in 20th Century Women's Fashion

Men’s undergarments of the 1930’s were traditionally loose underpants and vests, men also wore union suits in winter but these were no longer seen as fashionable. Description from mensfashionmagazine.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

1930s Mens Fashion

for male characters men wore shorter ties, single breasted coats and creased pants

1930's hairstyle

Betty Compson, 1897 - American violinist, actress and independent film producer. Acted in at least 50 silent and 24 sound films between

Carole Lombard

A Stunning Carole Lombard, Spaghetti straps, hair, eyes. A glamorous gown, with belt at the natural waist reflective of the

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