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Hermes, Hermes, The great sea foamed, Gnashed its teeth about me; But you have waited, Where sea-grass tangles with Shore-grass.

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punlovsin: source M.Laporte
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thisobscuredesireforbeauty: Homer Page Source
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lochiels: Holliday Grainger as Maria on Tulip Fever (2017)
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galina-ulanova: Ballerina Christianne Gaulthier, a dancer at the Moulin Rouge, fulfils a lifelong dream - to dance through the deserted streets of Paris at the crack of dawn, 1955.
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joeinct: Night Street Scene in Butte, Montana, Photo by Arthur Rothstein, 1939
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baby-vintage: Hideko Takamine, Carmen Falls In Love, 1952
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gracekellydaily: Grace Kelly photographed by Lisa Larsen.
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marciabrady: The original voice of Snow White, Adriana Caselotti, posing in a publicity still for the premiere of the film in the 1930′s. Adriana breathed life into the title character and imbued Snow White with the endearing qualities of innocence and grace. Just what Walt was looking for. It’s difficult to imagine the film without her. And yet, it’s interesting to note that at the 1937 Carthay Circle premiere, she was not considered to be one of the invited guests. The main artists and animators were given tickets, but apparently the voice actors were not. This didn’t stop Adriana. She showed up with Harry Stockwell, the voice of the prince, on her arm. When they reached the ticket booth, they were told by the attendant that their names were not on the list. ’Tickets? We don’t have any tickets- I’m Snow White and this is Prince Charming!’ The attendant, of course having no idea who these two were, refused their request. The two stars of the film stepped aside and waited until no one was looking. Then quietly they slipped upstairs to one side of the balcony to watch the movie. “The audience was filled with people like Carole Lombard, Judy Garland, Charles Laughton, Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin- all applauding for me, and I’m standing upstairs in the very back of the balcony looking down because there weren’t any seats for two of the film’s stars. Harry was so darned angry. I didn’t mind, though. I was having so much fun. Each time any little thing happened, whether it was happy, sad or cute, the audience would clap and cheer. It was an amazing situation. When the credits came on every animator, illustrator and ink girl had their name up there. But I didn’t get any mention at all.“
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princessgracekelly1956: Grace Kelly in The Swan (1956)
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patrickhumphreys: Angelica Bell as Ophelia, Charleston, c. 1935.
#1930s
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s-h-o-w-a: Japanese couples enjoying a Sunday afternoon in Hibiya Park, 1952 by Margaret Bourke-White
#1950s
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s-h-o-w-a: Tokyo, Japan, 1952 Ph. Margaret Bourke-White
#1950s
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s-h-o-w-a: Japanese actress Mie Kitahara posing in a swimsuit sitting on a beach towel, Japan, late 1950s
#1950s
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s-h-o-w-a: A young couple in the streets. The girl is wearing a dress with huge design of chrysanthemums, the national flower of Japan. Tokyo, Japan, 1958 Ph. Marc Riboud
#1950s
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fawnvelveteen: Nell Brinkley, cover for the Sunday Dayton Journal. July 26, 1936.
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punlovsin: bresson .
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24hoursinthelifeofawoman: Ruth Orkin, “American Girl in Italy”, Florence, 1951