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Man in top hat twirling his moustache. (ca. 1910s)

Man in top hat twirling his moustache. Love love love this photo!

This is NOT "a card given to men to advertise houses of prostitution. " It was a Victorian custom to have a mourning photo taken with one's back to the camera.

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Stephen-Captivatingly good looking Edwardian actor Scott Seaton sporting a natty checkered suit. (fiction) Joseph Camden of Stillwater Springs.

fashion designer, jean patou | october 1924 | #vintage #1920s #fashion

Jean Patou, known for his female sportswear and cardigans/ Patou died prematurely in His sister Madeleine and her husband Raymond Barbas continued the House of Patou.

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Theatre history essay topics Theater has a rich and interesting history, and your students might benefit from thinking critically about it. This lesson offers a series of essay.

Duca di Windsor e Duca di Gloucester 1927

Edward, Prince of Wales with his younger brother Henry, Duke of Gloucester at the Epsom Races, Edward VIII/The Duke of Windsor was quite short - only about

When I first started to think about howto play The Guffin I liked to base his movements and voice upon that of a higher class man who was very light on his feet. These two men could be used to style The Guffin if we were to have a larger budget or any at all to perform it fully.

Edwardian males - men's day dress consisted of a single breasted morning coat, waist coat, trousers, cravat, and top hat or bowler.

Oxford Bags Trousers - Bing Images

This is an example of a man wearing oxford bags which are pants with really wide legs. This style was mostly worn by the youth but some older people wore them to.

Men In Suits, One Being Helped On With His Coat, United States, 1910s.] From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Men In Suits, One Being Helped On With His Coat, United States, From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Seena Owen - November 14, 1894 - August 15, 1966  born - Signe Auen

False eyelashes were first invented in 1916 when Hollywood producer D. Griffith who wanted to enhance one of his actresses eyes (above) in his latest film. They were made out of human hair.

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