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“Men are like a deck of cards. You’ll find the occasional king, but most are jacks.”  ~ Laura Swenson Photo of actress Carmel Myers  Gypsy Roma

“Men are like a deck of cards. You’ll find the occasional king, but most are jacks.” ~ Laura Swenson Photo of actress Carmel Myers Gypsy Roma

Talk about an eye-catching image! I don’t know anything about this photo except that it dates from the 1920s, so I don’t know who this girl is or what the photo is from, but you can't help but stare back can you?!? Isn't she lovely?

Talk about an eye-catching image! I don’t know anything about this photo except that it dates from the 1920s, so I don’t know who this girl is or what the photo is from, but you can't help but stare back can you?!? Isn't she lovely?

"It is impossible to imagine a more complete fusion with nature than that of the Gypsy." - Franz Liszt

"It is impossible to imagine a more complete fusion with nature than that of the Gypsy." - Franz Liszt

Talia Mihai, mother of the chief of Sintesti camp, tells stories to her grandaughter Garoafa, inside the family tent in the Kalderash Roma camp of Sintesti, near Bucharest. August 1994

Talia Mihai, mother of the chief of Sintesti camp, tells stories to her grandaughter Garoafa, inside the family tent in the Kalderash Roma camp of Sintesti, near Bucharest. August 1994

Yves Leresche photographe suisse lausanne – photo reportage – Gypsies . Rroms . Rroma . Tsiganes . Tziganes

Yves Leresche photographe suisse lausanne – photo reportage – Gypsies . Rroms . Rroma . Tsiganes . Tziganes

Bohemian | (n.) Gypsy. Wanderer. A person, musician, artist or writer who lives a free spirited life & believes in truth, freedom & love.

Bohemian | (n.) Gypsy. Wanderer. A person, musician, artist or writer who lives a free spirited life & believes in truth, freedom & love.

"A Fair Young Gypsy Fortune-Teller," a page from Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, n.d. (1882); wove paper, about 7½ x 10 inches. On the reverse, an article gives a verse narrative, "a real story, told by a gypsy in Suffolk," about the devil appearing in the form of a donkey. Referring variously to "gypsies," "Roman Folk," and "Rommany folk," the article concludes with a lament that, sometime in the future they may become an "extinct race."

"A Fair Young Gypsy Fortune-Teller," a page from Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, n.d. (1882); wove paper, about 7½ x 10 inches. On the reverse, an article gives a verse narrative, "a real story, told by a gypsy in Suffolk," about the devil appearing in the form of a donkey. Referring variously to "gypsies," "Roman Folk," and "Rommany folk," the article concludes with a lament that, sometime in the future they may become an "extinct race."