Young Preservationist

Charles H. Woodbury (American, 1864-1940), Bathers, Ogunquit Beach, Maine, c.1900. Oil on canvas, 20 x 27 in.
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It’s probably a good thing no one realized I was channeling my inner-Dita at my high school graduation. Because nothing says academic achievement like burlesque dancing.
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nation-of-homeskillets:

he knows what hes done

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Sir George Clausen, In the Small Hours, 1911
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Grace Kelly in Cannes, 1955.
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Special Publication on the 1925 Paris Exposition
Le Jet d’Eau stained glass design, Gaetan Jeannin
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“[Art Deco] is generally considered to have flourished in the 1920s and 1930s, reaching its zenith in the years between the First and Second World Wars. However, in reality the style was evolving as early as 1900 in reaction to other styles, but it was not until the 1925 Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes that it was recognized as a separate movement that was totally detached in terms of intellectual stimulus and interpretation from other styles. The exhibition acted as a showcase for many new designers and interior decorators such as Edgar Brandt, Paul Follot, and Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann and was eventually to lend its name to the produce of this bold new era. Art Deco came into being partly as a fusion of various influences and partly as a deliberate rejection of previous traditional styles.” - Christie’s Art Deco
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Clarence Gagnon
In the Northern Woods, c. 1917-1918
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Dry the River - Bible Belt (acoustic)

darling when the ice caps melt,
when the devils in the bible belt
don’t cower in your bed,
I’ll be on the 5:45,
you can meet me at the railway line,
and don’t look so scared.
cause we’ve been through worse than this before we could talk.
The trick of it is, don’t be afraid any more.

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Tim Burton’s


HELENA BONHAM CARTER


Starring Helena Bonham Carter

As

Helena Bonham Carter.

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Slumber, Isaac Snowman
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The Secret Garden, 1993

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Total Eclipse, 1925
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