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Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep (1946)

this week, i haven’t a single complaint. my life has been just like a movie. some sublime Bogart and Bacall stuff is in the air. 

Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep (1946)

this week, i haven’t a single complaint. my life has been just like a movie. some sublime Bogart and Bacall stuff is in the air. 

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retrogasm:

Skirts Ahoy

perfection

retrogasm:

Skirts Ahoy

perfection

1950sunlimited:

Jitterbugging Teens , 1940s

1950sunlimited:

Jitterbugging Teens , 1940s



Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter


He’s making violent love to me, Mother.

He’s making violent love to me, Mother.

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life:


Hindus flee Pakistan in the midst of a border war, 1947 — photograph by the great Margaret Bourke-White.

(Margaret Bourke-White—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

life:

Hindus flee Pakistan in the midst of a border war, 1947 — photograph by the great Margaret Bourke-White.
(Margaret Bourke-White—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

vanished:

Ansel Adams - Life at Olympic Trailer Court, 1940

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Esther Williams in A Water Ballet - Ziegfeld Follies (1946)

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materiallust:
Designer: Ray Eames
Dot pattern for fabric design 1947 
the endless talents of  this american designer, artist, and wife of Charles Eames, defined modern twentieth century american culture through her “fascination with the abstract qualities of ordinary objects.”

materiallust:

Designer: Ray Eames

Dot pattern for fabric design 1947 

the endless talents of  this american designer, artist, and wife of Charles Eames, defined modern twentieth century american culture through her “fascination with the abstract qualities of ordinary objects.

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gpoy

gpoy

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nickbottom:

Marlene Dietrich watching the 82nd Airborne Division Land.

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landofmaps:

Map of the “Land of Israel” found in a modern Hebrew textbook, 1946. 

landofmaps:

Map of the “Land of Israel” found in a modern Hebrew textbook, 1946. 

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seensense:

Study for “Vogue” cover, 1944, Salvador Dalí. Ink, gouache, watercolor and graphite on cut and pasted papers.

seensense:

Study for “Vogue” cover, 1944, Salvador Dalí. Ink, gouache, watercolor and graphite on cut and pasted papers.

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oh oh oh!

oh oh oh!

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