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EXCERPTS >|< Easter At The White House (1929)


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A series of Animated GIFs excerpted from Easter At The White House: 38.000 children attend egg rolling on the lawn.

We invite you to watch the full video HERE.




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dandelionwineshop:

DANDELION WINE IS OPEN EASTER SUNDAY
Hippity-hop over for all your brunch and dinner needs!
We’ll be open 12-9, business as usual!

dandelionwineshop:

DANDELION WINE IS OPEN EASTER SUNDAY

Hippity-hop over for all your brunch and dinner needs!

We’ll be open 12-9, business as usual!

design-is-fine:

Peter Carl Fabergé. Apple Blossom Egg, 1901. Gold, Diamonds, Nephrite. St. Petersburg, Russia. © Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum 📷 Sven Beham

design-is-fine:

Peter Carl Fabergé. Apple Blossom Egg, 1901. Gold, Diamonds, Nephrite. St. Petersburg, Russia. © Liechtensteinisches Landesmuseum 📷 Sven Beham

sydneyflapper:

Edwardian/Belle Epoque postcards are SO much crackier than what we produce today.

sydneyflapper:

Edwardian/Belle Epoque postcards are SO much crackier than what we produce today.


Technical Sergeant William E. Thomas and Private First Class Joseph Jackson prepared a gift of special “Easter Eggs” for Adolph Hitler and the German Army.  Scrawling such messages on artillery shells in World War II was one way in which artillery soldiers could humorously express their dislike of the enemy. Easter, 1945
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Technical Sergeant William E. Thomas and Private First Class Joseph Jackson prepared a gift of special “Easter Eggs” for Adolph Hitler and the German Army.  Scrawling such messages on artillery shells in World War II was one way in which artillery soldiers could humorously express their dislike of the enemy. Easter, 1945

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holdthisphoto:

1932
by Ewald Hoinkis
water-left-in-wood:

A letter to Robert Mackie

water-left-in-wood:

A letter to Robert Mackie

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Stella Stevens
1960s

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Stella Stevens

1960s

the-dark-city:

Daisy Earles - “Freaks” (1932)  dir. by Tod Browning

the-dark-city:

Daisy Earles - “Freaks” (1932)  dir. by Tod Browning

thischarmlessgirl:

A few photos from Johnny’s fashion shoot for Esquire.


Mary Pickford in Kiki (1931)

Mary Pickford in Kiki (1931)