Lee Miller by Man Ray, c. 1929

Lee Miller by Man Ray, c. 1929

Barbara Mullen by Milton Greene

Barbara Mullen by Milton Greene

Katherine Dahlgren and Elizabeth Harrison practice semaphore Emergency Service Corps training camp, c. 1916

Katherine Dahlgren and Elizabeth Harrison practice semaphore 
Emergency Service Corps training camp, c. 1916

Roger Moore, c. 1930sfor Sirdar knitting patterns

Roger Moore, c. 1930s
for Sirdar knitting patterns

furs on 5th Avenue, Manhattan 1987photo by Richard Sandler

furs on 5th Avenue, Manhattan 1987
photo by Richard Sandler

John Bull cover, 1948

John Bull cover, 1948

Barbara Mullen by Richard Avedon, c. 1950s

Barbara Mullen by Richard Avedon, c. 1950s

two gentlemen and a punt gun, 1923

The Punt Guns were too big to hold and the recoil so violent they were mounted directly on the punts used for hunting, hence their name… The hunter would maneuver the entire boat in order to aim the gun… [and] firing the gun generated so much force it pushed the boat back.
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two gentlemen and a punt gun, 1923

The Punt Guns were too big to hold and the recoil so violent they were mounted directly on the punts used for hunting, hence their name… The hunter would maneuver the entire boat in order to aim the gun… [and] firing the gun generated so much force it pushed the boat back.

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Donna Drake by Peter Stackpolefor LIFE Magazine, 1942

Donna Drake by Peter Stackpole
for LIFE Magazine, 1942

Ninette de Valois in Douanes, 1932

Ninette de Valois in Douanes, 1932

Daphne de Levis Prizer, 1932 for Vanity Fair

Daphne de Levis Prizer, 1932
for Vanity Fair

this photo makes me feel like I’m seeing the 1960s from inside a dream

this photo makes me feel like I’m seeing the 1960s from inside a dream


drugstore cowboyn.1. A loafer who passes time on sidewalks or at drugstores.2. One who dresses or acts like a cowboy but has never been one.
first known use: 1923


Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canadaphoto by Gordon Parks, 1945

drugstore cowboy
n.
1. A loafer who passes time on sidewalks or at drugstores.
2. One who dresses or acts like a cowboy but has never been one.

first known use: 1923

Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canada
photo by Gordon Parks, 1945

Oil Rigs on Signal Hillphoto by Anthony Stewart, California 1941

Oil Rigs on Signal Hill
photo by Anthony Stewart, California 1941

model Merle Lynnfor Margriet, 1966 

model Merle Lynn
for Margriet, 1966