Adeline's Attic

Apr 08

judyforever:

taniadoeslittle:


When you laughmy heart soarsout of my chestand all my loveleaps with itleaving meemptyuntil I hearyoulaughagain.

Poem by Marlene Dietrich Dedicated to Judy Garland
(From the book Nachtgedanken) 

That is beautiful.

judyforever:

taniadoeslittle:

When you
laugh
my heart
soars
out of my
chest
and all my love
leaps with it
leaving me
empty
until I hear
you
laugh
again.

Poem by Marlene Dietrich
Dedicated to Judy Garland

(From the book Nachtgedanken)

That is beautiful.

(Source: bettina-dawes, via my1930s)

Apr 02

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“I know who I was this morning, but I’ve changed a few times since then.” — Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass (via diluvie)

(Source: mellowmodesty, via kristina--rose)

maudelynn:

Helen Tamiris, by Man Ray c.1929 
via www.artlimited.net

maudelynn:

Helen Tamiris, by Man Ray c.1929 

via www.artlimited.net

sydneyflapper:

And a reminder that this rather charming hairstyle - popular not just among school girls, particularly in the early 1920s, but with stylish women like Natacha Rambova - was known inelegantly as the “cootie garage”. 
Thank goodness today we’d give it a sensible name. Like the “Princess Leia”!

sydneyflapper:

And a reminder that this rather charming hairstyle - popular not just among school girls, particularly in the early 1920s, but with stylish women like Natacha Rambova - was known inelegantly as the “cootie garage”.

Thank goodness today we’d give it a sensible name. Like the “Princess Leia”!

my1930s:

Louise Brooks

my1930s:

Louise Brooks

(Source: cosmosonic)


Carole Lombard, 1934

Carole Lombard, 1934

(Source: bogarted, via my1930s)

whataboutbobbed:

Lovingly, June Marlowe

whataboutbobbed:

Lovingly, June Marlowe

(via mothgirlwings)

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Mar 30

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