Steve was a consummate showman who understood the power of a compelling setting. This was never more apparent than at this incongruously formal lunch he hosted for Ross Perot and the NeXT board of directors in the middle of the abandoned warehouse he planned to turn into the NeXT factory. He told Perot that they were building the most advanced robotic assembly line in the world and that "no human hands" would be assembling hardware. He predicted that NeXT would be the last billion dollar a year
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Greenwich, Ct. - Historical Society Gilded Age, The Marston Family. Impressive hat, on Mrs. Marston, with bird atop it.
Family portrait from the Gilded Age.
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Norma Jeane was schooled in the arts of cosmetics and beauty tricks from a very early age by her mom’s best friend (later her legal guardian) Grace McKee Goddard. As a little girl she would be dressed up, taken to the hairdressers, and paraded around in makeup. One of her only fond memories from the time she lived at the Los Angeles Orphans Home was when the director allowed her to try out some makeup.
Before heading to the premiere of "How to Marry a Millonaire" in 1953, Marilyn Monroe adds a finishing touch to her architectural eyebrows that she favored. Her favorite makeup man, Alan "Whitey" Snyder, looks on. Photo: Reprinted With Permission From T
Marilyn Monroe, applying her own make-up #MarilynMonroe #Vintagebeauty
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