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yesterdaysprint · a day ago
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Daily News, New York, January 12, 1928
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vintage-sweden · 2 days ago
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Cow, 1923, Sweden.
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newyorkthegoldenage · 2 days ago
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57th St. and Fifth Avenue, 1929.
Photo: Ewing Galloway via NYPL
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vintage-ukraine · 2 days ago
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The Berezil theater on tour in Poltava, 1926
Berezil was an avant-garde theater troupe founded by the illustrious Ukrainian director Les Kurbas. The company lasted from 1922 to 1933 until Kurbas` imprisonment and execution. It was then reformed and renamed into the Taras Shevchenko Theater by the government.
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dandyads · a day ago
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Bakers Coconut, 1925
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federer7 · a day ago
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Untitled 1920s
Photo: František Drtikol
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hauntedbystorytelling · 5 hours ago
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Atelier Binder - Alexander Binder :: Dancer Nina Payne with a dance mask and costume in the Nelson revue "Confetti"; Nelson Theater Berlin, ca. 1925 | src Getty Images & Getty Images
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lonestarbattleship · 2 days ago
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Bridge of USS Arizona (BB-39), circa late 1920s.
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princessvictoriamelita · 20 hours ago
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Princess Ingrid of Sweden in 1929.
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taliatalia · 23 hours ago
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vintagepromotions · a day ago
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‘The Ideal Summer Drink’
Advertisement for Ovaltine (c. 1920).
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sims-through-the-decades · 2 days ago
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Weeks passed, and Joan’s thirteenth birthday soon came. Nora and Frank’s grumpy little girl had grown into a headstrong young lady eager to learn as much as she could about the world.
Though she was still as introverted as ever, she and her best friend Doreen were still very close. The two girls often spent their afternoons walking along the beach together and talking about whatever was on their minds.
As they grew older, however, the two girls’ interests began to differ. Joan grew increasingly curious about the changing world around her, and began to think more about her own future. Doreen, meanwhile, remained as carefree as ever; it was as though nothing ever bothered her.
“Do you ever read the newspaper, Doreen?” asked Joan one day. “I read that bad things are happening in America these days. Lots of people are losing their jobs over there. I hope that doesn’t happen here as well.”
Despite Joan’s concerned expression, Doreen simply laughed. “Oh, you worry too much, Joanie!” she said. “That won’t happen over here. And besides, we don’t need to worry about work. When we grow up and get married, our husbands will earn all the money for us!”
But Joan wasn’t so sure. Everyone always told her not to worry, and that everything would be perfectly fine - but she wasn’t convinced. The world was changing, and things these days were not the same as they were when her parents were younger.
Unlike her friend, she knew that she wouldn’t always be able to depend on other people; she would have to find her own way in life instead.
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vintage-sweden · a day ago
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Unknown people, 1920, Sweden.
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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May 22, 1926: The Juvenile Regatta gets under way on Conservatory Lake in Central Park. Hundreds of fans throng to see the boats, 15 inches through 72 inches, sail across the lake in the competition.
Photo: Underwood Archives/Fine Art America
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vintage-ukraine · 2 days ago
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Spring Evening by Hryhoriy Svitlytsky, 1929
Spring Night by Hryhoriy Svitlytsky, 1910s
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vintagedesir · a day ago
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wardrobeoftime · 5 hours ago
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Downton Abbey + Costumes
Lady Mary Crawkey’s red & golden dress in Season 02, Episode 09.
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hauntedbystorytelling · a day ago
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A fresh start for poor censored Dorothy
Maurice Goldberg :: Theater actress and dancer Dorothy Lee, 1920. This photograph was published in the 19 December 1920 edition of the New York Tribune to promote her appearance as part of the ensemble of F. Ray Comstock and Morris Gest’s musical “Mecca” | src GMGallery on eBay
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lonestarbattleship · 23 hours ago
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USS Texas (BB-35) at anchor on the west coast, circa early 1920s.
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yesterdaysprint · 3 months ago
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Judge magazine, July 1926
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