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Swing and Dirndl skirts, August 1952
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littlealienproducts:

Biscuits, A4 cardstock print // $17
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Khal Drogo: “I nominate Viserys for the GOLDbucket challenge!!”

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Suzy Parker for Chanel, Vogue 1956.
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smithsonianlibraries:

A diagram of the movement of the Moon around the Earth (seen here) and a recipe for invisible ink await you in Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book. Help us make Mary’s journal of scientific inquiry more accessible by becoming a digital volunteer at the Smithsonian Transcription Center.

This is SO COOL! Mary Smith must have been a very accomplished lady. Rather than copying out poetry, riddles, or moral maxims in her commonplace book, she kept notes about science and mathematics! From the Smithsonian’s page:

Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book Concerning Science and Mathematics is a two volume hand-written manuscript, which dates from around 1769-1780. The manuscript is a remarkable collection of personal writings and summaries of articles concerning everything form science and math to medicine and religion.
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Vienna Upper Belvedere Palace - Austria by mbell1975 on Flickr.Vienna.
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Marilyn Monroe during an interview with Ed Wallace, September 1954.

virare:

the best part about being in your 20’s is slowly caring less and less about what people think of you and surrounding yourself with good people

the worst is that I’m broke

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