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Flashback Summer: 1910s Surprise

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mary miles minter

Albert Witzel Publicity Photo Of Mary Miles Minter. Have a look at some of our favorite images of Mary Miles Minter as distributed during her brief career.

Bobbed haircut: this was a popular hair style of the time. Usually cut straight to the jaw line with a fringed bang

Louise Brooks American dancer and actress in silent movies and talkies of the & an icon of the flapper era, who popularized ‘the bob’ haircut. portrait at age 20 by Edward Thayer Monroe

a very long engagement | Pictures & Photos from A Very Long Engagement - IMDb

Audrey Tatou as Mathilde in A Very Long Engagement. absolutley love this movie Audrey tatou is like one of my most favortie actresses

Julia James by Bassano, April 1912 - Julia James (1890-1964) was an actress who was born in London and began her career at the Aldwych Theatre under Seymour Hicks, playing there Supper Belle in "Blue Bell" (1905). She appeared at the Gaity Theatre in "The Girls of Gottenburg", "Havana" and "Our Miss Gibbs. In 1913 she played Sombra in "The Arcadians of L'Olympia in Paris, France.

Julia James, photograph by Bassano Ltd, 23 April 1912 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Edwardian Merry Widow hat,In June 1907 a musical play " The Merry Widow" opened at Daly's theatre in London.  It was performed 778 times.  "Sonia" the leading lady, was played by Lily Elsie a tall elegant actress who, as a result, became what would now be termed a celebrity.  The costumes including her striking black plumed hat were designed by Lucile (Lucy,- Lady Duff Gordon).The "Merry Widow" was a huge popular hit and the fashion for the hat followed the run of the musical.

Edwardian Merry Widow hat,In June 1907 a musical play " The Merry Widow" opened…

The Better It Looks: Oh Summer! (Edwardian Style)

turnofthecentury: Royal Ascot fashions, circa by Horace W. Nicholls thanks to Bob Young

Gladys Cooper by Bassano, 1910

Gladys Cooper by Bassano, 1910 Gladys Cooper started her career at age 6 as a photographic model before becoming a stage actress as a teenager. She transitioned to silent film, then talkies and, later, television.