It’s the good girls who keep the diaries. The bad girls never have the time – Tallulah Bankhead The picture
Jean Harlow, the original blonde bombshell, started the trend for bleaching hair in the 1930s. Before this it was very
Nothing can transport you back in time like a fragrance. They say that your sense of smell is the most
Carole Lombard was one of the most popular comedy film actresses of the 1930s and tragically died because of a
This image probably depicts crew men of the four-masted steel barque MAGDALENE VINNEN in a boxing match at wharf number
This picture perfectly captures for me the style of the 1930s. I think my glamorous 1930s ideal probably stems from
Oh my, it’s definitely getting colder out there. The nights have drawn in and Christmas lights are starting to spring
A girl de-fluffing her extremely furry angora rabbit, 1930s.
I’m fascinated by old mug shots. I love the candid nature of them. They show ordinary people in their every-day
A 1930s publicity shot of Myrna Loy with typically high-arched eyebrows – isn’t she lovely?
A very serious-looking class of 5 year-olds in their Halloween outfits, 1937. I particularly like the pirate in the middle
Chorus girls from the Theatre Royal on Tamarama Beach, ca. 1938. Photographed by Sam Hood. I’ve never been tempted to
It’s my son’s school trip today. They’re learning about World War 2 in history at the moment and they’re off
Wow, this photo raises lots of conflicting emotions in me (but I suspect that’s the sign that it’s a good
In 1934 Cecil B. DeMille directed a movie version of Cleopatra which was every bit as sumptuous and decadent as
I love all the early photos of Joan Crawford from the 1920s and early 1930s. They’re so different from the
Carole Lombard from Cinegraf Magazine 1934. The colours seem to be very strange in this picture, any idea why anyone?
2 stylish ladies and a baby on board a boat sometime in the 1930s. I’d love to know what colour