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zombiesenelghetto:

The Jesus and Mary Chain
faithfullforever:

Marianne Faithfull at home | 1969
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Bebe Daniels, 1920’s
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maudelynn:

The Flirt!~ 
early 1920s Exhibit Supply Co of Chicago Arcade Card
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codesquire:

I love this as much for it being Paulette Goddard, as I do for her attire. That pattern is fantastic.
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vintagechampagnefever:

Thirties dancer and actress Doris Hill 
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nathankotecki:

Irving Penn - Elsa Schiaparelli
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burlyqnell:

Tirza (Lee DuVall) - Lady of the Wine Bath: as scanned from the May 1940 issue of IT magazine.
Tirza was billed at the “Lady of the Wine Bath” because her most famous routine featured her bathing in a wine fountain.  The fountain pictured here was her original set-up, but she would later travel with a much flashier mirrored fountain with a built-in bubble machine.
Originally she work as a stenographer, but found she would make more in burlesque - which was important because she supported both her mother and her younger brother.  This act was so wildly popular, that she replace Rosita Royce, and her doves, at the 1939 New York World’s Fair.  Which resulted in Rosita suing the promoters for the World’s Fair for breech of contract - a suit Rosita won.
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kafkasapartment:

Taxi Dancers, Fort Peck Bar Room, 1936. Margaret Bourke-White. Gelatin silver print
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ganodimaganza:

Theda Bara (July 29, 1885 – April 7, 1955) in 1915’s Carmen
truthaboutthebeatlesgirls:

1973 - Pattie posing in Ossie Clark fashions.
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demoniality:

"Each man kills the thing he loves"
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lacedheartt:

Interior of Room (1860s)
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