Prince Harry and a goat.  This picture delights me.

Prince Harry and a goat.  This picture delights me.

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April 23, 1926. Washington, D.C. “Miss Dorothy Tierney with porcupine.” The stage actress and prickly understudy. (National Photo Co.; via Shorpy)

April 23, 1926. Washington, D.C. “Miss Dorothy Tierney with porcupine.” The stage actress and prickly understudy. (National Photo Co.; via Shorpy)

New York circa 1920. “Isadora Duncan dancers.” Nitrate negative by the Prussian-born American photographer Arnold Genthe (1869-1942). (via Shorpy)

New York circa 1920. “Isadora Duncan dancers.” Nitrate negative by the Prussian-born American photographer Arnold Genthe (1869-1942). (via Shorpy)

Fashion in Leaves by Tang Chiew Ling (via Colossal)

Fashion in Leaves by Tang Chiew Ling (via Colossal)

Washington, D.C., circa 1927. “Cherry blossoms — dancers at Tidal Basin.” Ethereally moldy. (Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative; via Shorpy)

Washington, D.C., circa 1927. “Cherry blossoms — dancers at Tidal Basin.” Ethereally moldy. (Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative; via Shorpy)

Circa 1951. “Swimsuit model in Cadillac convertible filled with oranges.” We don’t know the where, the who or the why — but really, why not? (via Shorpy)

Circa 1951. “Swimsuit model in Cadillac convertible filled with oranges.” We don’t know the where, the who or the why — but really, why not? (via Shorpy)

Paris, 1936 (by Maynard Owen Williams; via National Geographic)

Paris, 1936 (by Maynard Owen Williams; via National Geographic)

Skating Girl, Hamilton King (via BibliOdyssey)

Skating Girl, Hamilton King (via BibliOdyssey)

Peony Lim (via All the Pretty Birds)

Peony Lim (via All the Pretty Birds)

Paris photographed by Richard Avedon, 1957

Paris photographed by Richard Avedon, 1957

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from the Sartorialist

from the Sartorialist

Julie Andrews by Cecil Beaton

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Individually, these pieces are not to my taste, but this lady is so fierce that all I can do is admire and marvel (The Sartorialist)

Individually, these pieces are not to my taste, but this lady is so fierce that all I can do is admire and marvel (The Sartorialist)

"Oppenheimer’s dress shop," Washington, D.C., circa 1919.
The family has one that looks very similar to the central machine.  Ah, antiques.  (National Photo Company glass negative; via Shorpy)

"Oppenheimer’s dress shop," Washington, D.C., circa 1919.

The family has one that looks very similar to the central machine.  Ah, antiques.  (National Photo Company glass negative; via Shorpy)

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