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Before the 1920's, smoking among women was not acceptable. Although when the flappers came into play in the northern parts of the United States, smoking among women became socially acceptable. This was something that also went along with drinking alcohol, partying, and sexual experimentation.

Smoking models learning proper cigarette smoking technique in practice for TV ad. 1953 Photo by Peter Stackpole black and white & smoke & photo shoot inspiration

London ~ 1914 :: Ella Williams who prefers to be called by her showbiz name Mme Abomah was once the world`s tallest hot and beautiful lady in the late 1800`s and early 1900`s. She was reputed to be 7ft 6inch giantess. Though she was born in South Carolina in USA, her show managers claimed she was born In Dahomey (now Republic of Benin).

"Nanny during the day, giantess in the 'Music Hall', London, at night." Mme Abomah, The African Giantess in 1914

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A Victorian "hidden mother' memento mori / post mortem photo / photograph. In the Victorian Era, women holding infants were often covered; because the photograph is meant to be cropped to show only the infant.

The models who were used in Grant Wood’s "American Gothic" standing by the painting.

Grant Wood’s American Gothic. The models are Grant Woods sister and dentist…. Wallpaper and background photos of Grant Wood’s American Gothic and the couple that posed for the painting for fans of Fine Art images.


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Death Masks and Mummified Nuns: 14 Vintage Creepy Photos to Scare You into Reliving the Past

Koen Hauser

These two photographs are by the Dutch photographer, Koen Hauser. I really like the lady with the slinky head.

A actual photobooth machine! I wonder if you could rent one of these for the wedding reception? Or even just how expensive would it be to buy it outright? I want one in my house for life!

Ever since I can remember, I've loved photo booths. I think it's what really got me first interested in photography. Waiting for photos coming out of a photo booth is one of the best moments!

Steve & Alan / Summer, 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

/ Steve (myself) & Alan - Photo Booth Portrait / Phoenix, Arizona - 1959