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    Golden Age Burlesque Star: The Fabulous Zorita A publicity still for her infamous gender bending “Half and Half” routine.

    Oh hey. Look. You don't have to be a slut or a dick to keep you childhood fame going into your adult life. Justin and Miley should take notes.

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    La Goulue - She was the first major star of the Moulin Rouge and credited with creating the can-can. She's also immortalized in many Toulouse-Lautrec paintings. "Queen of Monmartre"

    1920's Tango

    These are not the droids we are looking for…

    Orli Wald was a member of the German Resistance in Nazi Germany. She was arrested in 1936 and charged with high treason, whereupon she served four and a half years in a women's prison, followed by "protective custody" in Nazi concentration camps until 1945, when she escaped. She was a prisoner functionary in the infirmary at Auschwitz-Birkenau and because of her helpfulness to Jewish and other prisoners, was called the "Angel of Auschwitz".

    The Star - Cosmic Tarot.

    Lily Elise.

    f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s: Katy Perry   Mikael Jansson   Interview March 2012 just watched a video on the flappers in the 1920’s

    German-American actress and singer - Marlene Dietrich photographed by Milton Greene, 1952

    Joan Crawford

    Bobbi Gibb, first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1966, running without a number because women were not allowed into the race.

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    Actress/dramatic teacher Maude Fealy, the daughter of actress Margaret Fealy, was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on March 3, 1881. Maude made her acting debut at three years of age in one of her mother's productions, "Faust". She was quite successful over the next few years, appearing in productions all over the US and Canada.

    Gaudi inspired bustle burlesque divamp couture fetish by divamp

    Cecil Beaton's sister, Nancy as a shooting star....

    Edwardian era dressing

    The Aesthetic Movement 1860 - 1900