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1920 Police woman

Old Picture of the Day: Roaring 20's

Cyd Charisse publicity photo for ‘Meet Me in Las Vegas’, 1956

Elly del Sarto was a sideshow trick shooter of the early 1900s. She also played instruments and was an all-around performer.

Annie Oakley (1860-1926). Most famous woman marksman of her day. A star with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show touring the United States and Europe.

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Gals with guns c.1940s

Nancy Wake: French Maquis, SOE operative, and bane of the Gestapo (she once killed an SS officer with her bare hands). She was the most decorated Allied woman of WWII.

Badass - Nancy Wake

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"Rosita Adelita"by Robert Valadez. The aritst chose to combine Rosie the Riveter with La Adelita, a fictional character from the Mexican Revolution because he says both are feminist archetypes that speak to the empowerment of women. The message Valadez wants to portray to the community through “Rosita Adelita” is Latina female empowerment and pride.

Henri Matisse: “Boléro violet”, 1937.

Catwoman from 60s Batman cartoon

Charlie's Angels Van

– discordant artifacts –

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Random Ramblings: Girls With Guns

All a girl really needs is a good friend , a lasso, a gun, and a dog. Watch out!

It's good exercise to walk slowly away from a woman in a red shirt who has a gun in each hand.

Grilled Salmon With Miso Honey Glaze

grilled salmon with a miso honey glaze | Drizzle and Dip

Imagen vía We Heart It #brunch #comic #gun #vintage

Jeanne Eagels in The Letter (1929) “With all my heart, I still love the man I killed.”

Bang!Vintage comic

1966 - Those pants!

Drexel Institute’s girls’ rifle team, circa 1925.

A woman of the Resistance, on patrol in Paris on August 29, 1944, working to rout out the Germans snipers still in parts of the city.

Texas women attend an archery class at the University of Texas (autochrome circa 1920s-30s)

"Mr. and Mrs. John Custance of Norwich" by Sir William Beechey (1786)