fuckyeahdebeauvoir:

killingbambi:

suicideblonde:

zoebowie:somethingchanged:


Simone de Beauvoir, Chicago 1952.

She had taken her bath. It was while she fussed at the sink afterward that I had the sudden impulse. She knew I took it, because she heard the click of my trusty wartime Leice Model F. ‘Naughty man,’ she said.

Photographer Art Shay in Tete-a-Tete: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, that I found at Fed Square book market on Saturday.





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fuckyeahdebeauvoir:

killingbambi:

suicideblonde:

zoebowie:somethingchanged:

Simone de Beauvoir, Chicago 1952.

She had taken her bath. It was while she fussed at the sink afterward that I had the sudden impulse. She knew I took it, because she heard the click of my trusty wartime Leice Model F. ‘Naughty man,’ she said.

Photographer Art Shay in Tete-a-Tete: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, that I found at Fed Square book market on Saturday.

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art2276:

NEW picture of Natalie Barney
I love her messy hair and her proud attitude.

OMFG YES

art2276:

NEW picture of Natalie Barney

I love her messy hair and her proud attitude.

OMFG YES

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vinylespassion:

Two women listening to Edison Portable Phonograph as two other women dance to the Music. ca 1920s.

i love this. so cute

vinylespassion:

Two women listening to Edison Portable Phonograph as two other women dance to the Music. ca 1920s.

i love this. so cute

scene from one of Joy Belle’s Comedies, circa 1925

scene from one of Joy Belle’s Comediescirca 1925

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

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eatstarchmom:

Jane Heap, photos scanned from Paris Was a Woman: Portraits from the Left Bank by Andrea Weiss

fawnvelveteen:

Travis Banton, Fay Wray in One sunday Afternoon, 1933, directed by Stephen Roberts

fawnvelveteen:

Travis Banton, Fay Wray in One sunday Afternoon, 1933, directed by Stephen Roberts

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Life is too short to spend it at war with yourself.

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I need to remind myself of this

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carolathhabsburg:

Mata Hari. Early 1900s.

carolathhabsburg:

Mata Hari. Early 1900s.

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aladyloves:

Marlene Dietrich photographed by Scotty Welbourne for Manpower (1941)

aladyloves:

Marlene Dietrich photographed by Scotty Welbourne for Manpower (1941)

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