dowackado
Comic books, the Bible, roadmaps, pornography
dowackado
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historicaltimes:

Margaret Bourke-White - Hats in the Garment District, New York, 1930
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littlehorrorshop:

Buster Keaton in The Navigator, 1924
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The girl with the hat!
Head shop, 1970s, via Old Minneapolis https://www.facebook.com/oldmpls. 
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canyouwhoopit:

Roger Mayne - Girls Jiving, Richmond Jazz Festival - 1962
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kinoscript:

Mia Farrow in SECRET CEREMONY - Joseph Losey (1968)
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some-velvet-morning:

ethiopienne:

mujerrabia:

Gloria Richardson pushes a national guard bayonet out of her face during a 1963 civil rights protest in Maryland.

sweeeeerve

damn
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infinitetext:

Victor Erice, Spirit of the Beehive, 1973.
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vintageruminance:

Joan Collins - 1950s
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beatnikdaddio:

37 years ago today, elvis presley lost his way.
beatnikdaddio:

37 years ago today, elvis presley lost his way.
beatnikdaddio:

37 years ago today, elvis presley lost his way.
beatnikdaddio:

37 years ago today, elvis presley lost his way.
beatnikdaddio:

37 years ago today, elvis presley lost his way.
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vintage-vs-retro:

Gramercy Park, New York City, 1959 (photo by Jerry Schatzberg)
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rootsrockweirdo:

"My wife understands me and puts up with me. She’s a real lady. She knows I love sex, women and drugs." 
Honky tonkin’ sure makes you feel funky, huh Gary Stewart?
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Lauren Bacall's first ever scene in her cinematic debut, To Have and Have Not (1944)

Lauren Bacall's first ever scene in her cinematic debut, To Have and Have Not (1944)

Lauren Bacall's first ever scene in her cinematic debut, To Have and Have Not (1944)

Lauren Bacall's first ever scene in her cinematic debut, To Have and Have Not (1944)
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back-then:

Marlene Dietrich & Edith Piaf