"I am the AUTHOR. I OUTRANK you." -- Franz Liebkind
American Automobile Digest, giving women drivers a bad name since August 1919
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Feb 28, 1914 Puck cover with an illustration by Nelson Greene, 1914 US
Some people in 1914 seemed to have been under the impression that the most fashionable women would dye or would soon be dying their hair outrageous colors to match the outrageous colors of their evening gowns. I’m not sure where this idea came from, but I’ve seen it referenced in a number of cartoons from that year.
Also, I’d love to have a framed print of this.
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Queen Elizabeth II on the cover of Homes And Gardens magazine, July 1954
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