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Bookshop 1928

Bookshop 1928

I love everything about this photo. The dog, the trunk, the clothes and those shoes!::

A "Bon Voyage" message from my sister sent before I headed off to Santa Fe, NM. I love this photo. Travel used to be such an elegant affair. Love the little doggie, so calm, so patient - the perfect traveling companion.

Vintage Picture of Bohemian Gypsy. Lovely old picture so looks so serene in all her finery.

Vintage Picture of Bohemian Gypsy. Lovely idea for a Fortune Teller costume for Friday's Circus Themed party @ 2016 Coco

English travel writer and explorer Rosita Forbes. From 1920 to 1921, she was the first European woman to vist the Kufra Oasis in Libya.

English travel writer and explorer Rosita Forbes. From 1920 to she was the first European woman to visit the Kufra Oasis in Libya. From the book - Women Travelers: A Century of Trailblazing Adventures,

I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain :D

For Grandma Claire- she and I both loved the A flapper putting on the ritz. I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain.

Alexandra David-Néel is maybe the coolest lady explorer ever. As well as exploring the East extensively at a time when ladies were not encouraged to travel on their own, she was a spiritualist, Buddhist and writer. Born in 1868 in Paris, by the time she was 18 she’d travelled extensively around Europe and was a member of the Theosophical Society. She wrote her first book when she was 30, and when she was in her forties she travelled to India to study Buddhism, met a prince, and possibly had…

Alexandra David-Néel, a fearless French opera singer/traveller/spiritualist and writer, who, in the became the first European woman to visit forbidden Tibet, and later inspired the famous beat writers Kerouac and Ginsberg.

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