jackspinups:

Model: Molly Jansson
Photo by: Emmelie Aslin

jackspinups:

Model: Molly Jansson

Photo by: Emmelie Aslin

I got this as a present from my grandma. It’s a 1898 version of Marc Twains “humorous writings”.  Since there are some racist parts in it I won’t post any of the stories (even if Twain obviously tried to accuse these attitudes). IF you’re interested in reading more, feel free to pm me and i’ll send you photographs of the stories. They are written in german!


Slattery’s Hurricane (1949)

Slattery’s Hurricane (1949)

mimbeau:

André Kertész
Rue de Vaugirard - Paris 1931

mimbeau:

André Kertész

Rue de Vaugirard - Paris 1931

seven-lilies:

here’s some 40s music to get you in the victory spirit!

i. boogie woogie bugle boy // the andrews sisters
ii. coming in on a wing and a prayer // song makers
iii. praise the lord and pass the ammunition // kay kyser
iv. riders in the sky // peggy lee
v. oh johnny, oh johnny! // the andrews sisters
vi. long ago and far away // frank sinatra
vii. mañana (is soon enough for me) // peggy lee
viii. i love you for sentimental reasons // nat king cole
iv. you always hurt the one you love // the mills brothers
x. yes, indeed! // tommy dorsey
xi. don’t fence me in // bing crosby & the andrews sisters
xii. the white cliffs of dover // vera lynn
xiii. i’ll pray for you // the andrews sisters

listen

seven-lilies:

here’s some 40s music to get you in the victory spirit!

i. boogie woogie bugle boy // the andrews sisters

ii. coming in on a wing and a prayer // song makers

iii. praise the lord and pass the ammunition // kay kyser

iv. riders in the sky // peggy lee

v. oh johnny, oh johnny! // the andrews sisters

vi. long ago and far away // frank sinatra

vii. mañana (is soon enough for me) // peggy lee

viii. i love you for sentimental reasons // nat king cole

iv. you always hurt the one you love // the mills brothers

x. yes, indeed! // tommy dorsey

xi. don’t fence me in // bing crosby & the andrews sisters

xii. the white cliffs of dover // vera lynn

xiii. i’ll pray for you // the andrews sisters

listen

thelittlefreakazoidthatcould:

James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor on the set of Giant, 1955.

claphne:

whenever I’m traveling i always get tripped out at the fact that this is someone’s actual hometown like they know every back road and how to get everywhere and they’ve probably had tons of memories in this city

but I’m just someone passing by