A 1905 postcard by Wilhelm von Gloeden, beautiful in its tones of hazy blue, and the oh-so-handsome model bedecked with a wreath of laurel leaves. The image is, in fact, cropped from a larger photograph, one of a set taken some time between 1895 and 1898 at Monte Ziretto, Taormina. The full scene, with a second young man almost entirely trimmed out of this postcard version, can be seen here.
Dorothy Gulliver in a publicity photo for The Collegians (1926)
Did someone say it was Saturday night?
Bill Powell wants to smack Myrna Loy’s cute ass, but does not succeed.
This this this thissssss
Girls applying their makeup before a fashion show…….No need for makeup artists back then, the women were pros themselves.