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These are were featured players in the 1920′s at Universal Pictures back in the silent movie days. Under the parasol is Barbara Kent, standing beside her is Barbara Worth, and reclining at their feet is Ethlyne Clair.

These are featured players in the at Universal Pictures back in the silent movie days. Under the parasol is Barbara Kent, standing beside her is Barbara Worth, and reclining at their feet is Ethlyne Clair.

Not much is known about the Hampstead, middle-class photographer other than her life can be best understood through her photographs which cover the years 1858-1864

Rare glimpse of 19th-century intellectual suburban life in Hampstead

Not much is known about the Hampstead, middle-class photographer, Emma Johnston other than her life can be best understood through her photographs which cover the years

BAD MARLON | collection dog house

Why is using a dog house a good idea? Most people tend to have the misconception that dog houses are meant for only those dog owners who intend to keep their dogs outside.

Witch lives matter

Bluebeard's dead wives in a 1901 film production by Georges Méliès. Scene captures the gruesome chamber of death discovered by Bluebeard's eighth wife when her curiosity compelled her to investigate.

Four Unidentified Women - daguerreotype by Southworth and Hawes

dusty-musty-obsolete: “ Four unknown women (daguerreotype, c. Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah J.

One of the oldest photographic portraits known, made by Joseph Draper of New York, in 1839 or 1840, of his sister, Dorothy Catherine Draper.

John William Draper -Dorothy Catherine Draper, 1840 The first portrait of Dorothy Catherine Draper was originally made in 1840 by her brother, Dr. John William Draper, as a daguerreotype. This was the earliest successful photograph made of the human face.

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