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Clip=on vintage costume earrings by EmporiumofTreasures on Etsy

Clip=on vintage costume earrings by EmporiumofTreasures on Etsy

I got acrobatic! I love gymnastics and acro, but they still do not have Irish dance on these quizzes! Rah! :)

What Kind Of Dancer Are You?

Evelyn Brent, 1920s.

A butterfly hostess gown of sapphire blue with brilliants and crystals and a silver turban worn by actress Evelyn Brent - 1920

Dancing Dress - Authentic 1920s Style Inspiration - Photos

Dancing Dress

For Grandma Claire- she and I both loved the A flapper putting on the ritz. I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain.

Wood Block~Little Girl~Victorian~Vintage Photo Print~6

Wood Block~Little Girl~Victorian~Vintage Photo Print~6

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Look at the purrrrrrrrty Leopard Cat cheking out the Cartier Jewelry Window. What a FUN Pic!

17 Things Girls Need from their Mothers I love this! I'm reading it with my 5 month old daughter asleep in my arms and am tearing up. I love being her mom and look forward to all the memories ahead. These are good things to remember as she grows up.

mulheres negras na era vitoriana. as fotos datam de 1860, período em que o movimento político para abolir a escravidão tomou maiores proporções nos Estados Unidos, a 1901, 38 anos após a abolição no país.✊

:::::::::: Antique Photograph :::::::::: Beautiful portrait of African American young woman. 1890 (now the basis for the main character of my story).

Myrna Darby 1920's

Ziegfeld Girl: Myrna Darby ~ Performed in Ziegfeld's musicals" No Foolin'" "Rio Rita" "Rosalie" and "Whoopee" – Also performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.

Jeweled vintage costume necklace by EmporiumofTreasures on Etsy

Jeweled necklace Sixteen inch necklace with two and three eight inches of extension chain.

kylady809:    Beauty From Another Time

1914 This could be a girl slightly older than Pollyanna. Many still had long, uncut hair. It would not usually have been piled high (as in Gibson Girl time) but hair was usually arranged to extend around the head and come out some from the sides.

Cabinet card publicity photo for an unknown trapeze artist, circa 1875. Inscriptions and markings, written in pencil on the reverse: "Leora Dare? Trapeze Artist" or "Leora Pare? Trapeze Artist" Printed on the reverse: "J. Wood, Photographer, No. 208, Bowery, New York"

Cabinet card publicity photo for an unknown trapeze artist, circa

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