onlyoldphotography:

Emil Otto Hoppé: Ms. Ann Hayes, England, 1934

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indypendent-thinking:

Louis Armstrong in Paris, 1934

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adanvc:

Jour de Pluie aux Champs Elysées, 1931.

by Brassaï

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sinatraswooners:

Gary Cooper , 1930

sinatraswooners:

Gary Cooper , 1930

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    thescrewballgirl:

    William Powell and Carole Lombard.

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Wonder Bar, 1934

Wonder Bar, 1934

Wonder Bar, 1934
      Wonder Bar, 1934

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      maliciousglamour:

      Photographer: George Hoyningen-Huene
      Evening dress by Jay Thorpe, 1936

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      gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh resting on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939)

      gingerrogerss:

      Vivien Leigh resting on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939)

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      wehadfacesthen:

      Ingrid Bergman, 1938, in a photo by John Engstead

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      poboh:

      Mirrored image with hat, 1930’s, Dora Kallmus (Madame D’Ora) (1881 - 1963)

      Matthew’s Island of Misfit Toys

      lilithsplace:

      'Arletty' - c. 1931 - Kees van Dongen (1877–1968)

      Arletty was a singer and movie star, known as “the Garbo of France”.

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      indypendent-thinking:

      First Bikini, 1936 (Ruth Langer)
      * 10 years before the presentation by Louis Réard *
      Photographer unknown

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      russian-style:

      Serge Lifar photographed by Cecil Beaton, 1930.

      By the way, I know that Beaton (my favorite photographer) met Serge Diaghilev. There is a memoir about their meeting by Cecil himself in the book devoted to Diaghilev. But. I never saw a photo made by Beaton. I think he wouldn’t miss an opportunity to do that (Diaghilev was a world-famous celebrity and Cecil wanted to get fame in that time). Maybe somebody found it in some old albums? 

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