Cover by John La Gatta, Life magazine Aug 15, 1915 - very similar to the style popularized by Coles Phillips. Phillips’ first cover for Life was Feb 20, 1908. Scanned from my collection.
Nike Has the Perfect Response to That Serena Williams Catsuit Ban
After Serena Williams wore a catsuit to the French Open, the president said the outfit is banned. Now, Nike has responded.
Esme Beringer: the first female action star?
Linda Hamilton, Lucy Lawless, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence ... the long list of contemporary female action stars keeps getting longer. But English stage actress Esme Beringer may hold claim to having been the first of the line, starting way back in 1896.
Although an "official" nursing service was not established until 1881, the corps traces its heritage to Florence Nightingale, who was instrumental in lobbying for the support of female military nurses. The Army Nursing Service, which had been established in 1881, and which from 1889 provided Sisters for all Army hospitals with at least 100 beds, had only a small number of nurses in its employ. In 1897, in an effort to have nurses available if needed for war, the service was supplemented by…
Shea Radiance Body & Hair on Instagram: ““The fruit derived from labor is the sweetest of pleasures.” #LaborDay #SerenaWilliams #repost”
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A Vintage Vogue Magazine Cover Of A Woman by Walter Briggs
Publication: VogueImage Type: CoverDate: August 16th, 1906Description: A vintage Vogue magazine cover of a woman with a tennis racket.
'Doris Zinkeisen' Giclee Print - Anna Katrina Zinkeisen | Art.com
Doris Zinkeisen Giclee Print by Anna Katrina Zinkeisen. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
ROLLER SKATING RINK EXERCISE FASHION WOMAN WEARING DRESS ROLLER SKATES BOY FALLS
This genuine antique engraving is titled "A BELLE ON ROLLERS", published in "Harper's Weekly" February 1885. Usefull Links. Museums, Historical Societies, Universities, Educators, Movie sets.