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very RED lipstick. (1956)

very RED lipstick. (1956)


Tinker Bell: vintage 8x10 photo
Tinker Bell was a professional dancer trained in ballet, tap and adagio dancing. Her first job in burlesque was as a chorus girl at the famous New York city club, Leon & Eddie’s. Tinker Bell stripping career really took off (pun intended) in Washington DC while she was performing at the Wayne Room in 1956. She quickly became a crowd favorite and shortly thereafter, she was touring the country. Tinker Bell is shown here modeling her costume for her Cleopatra act.

Tinker Bell: vintage 8x10 photo

Tinker Bell was a professional dancer trained in ballet, tap and adagio dancing. Her first job in burlesque was as a chorus girl at the famous New York city club, Leon & Eddie’s. Tinker Bell stripping career really took off (pun intended) in Washington DC while she was performing at the Wayne Room in 1956. She quickly became a crowd favorite and shortly thereafter, she was touring the country. Tinker Bell is shown here modeling her costume for her Cleopatra act.

lavoilette:

Eaton’s Spring and Summer, 1965
Images from Library and Archives Canada

lavoilette:

Eaton’s Spring and Summer, 1965

Images from Library and Archives Canada

living room sets from the 1969/70 fall & winter western auto catalog.

living room sets from the 1969/70 fall & winter western auto catalog.

theswinginsixties:

Mick Jagger in ‘Performance’, filmed 1968

theswinginsixties:

Mick Jagger in ‘Performance’, filmed 1968

1969

1969

how to bag a boy! 

1969 teen magazine cover

how to bag a boy! 

1969 teen magazine cover

cupcakekatieb-eyecandy:

Blaze Starr in blazing color

cupcakekatieb-eyecandy:

Blaze Starr in blazing color

midcenturymodernfreak:

1970s Future…from 1961
TV viewers of the 1970s will see their programs on sets quite different from today’s, if designs now being worked out are developed. At the Home Furnishings Market in Chicago, Illinois, on June 21, 1961, a thin TV screen is a feature of this design model. Another feature is an automatic timing device which would record TV programs during the viewers’ absence to be played back later. The 32x22-inch color screen is four inches thick. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch) - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

1970s Future…from 1961

TV viewers of the 1970s will see their programs on sets quite different from today’s, if designs now being worked out are developed. At the Home Furnishings Market in Chicago, Illinois, on June 21, 1961, a thin TV screen is a feature of this design model. Another feature is an automatic timing device which would record TV programs during the viewers’ absence to be played back later. The 32x22-inch color screen is four inches thick. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch) - Via

mudwerks:

december 1969 teen magazine (by CapricornOneVintage)

mudwerks:

december 1969 teen magazine (by CapricornOneVintage)

historicaltimes:

Tattooed mother in 1939.

historicaltimes:

Tattooed mother in 1939.