hoodoothatvoodoo:

Shoda Koho
'Moonlit Sea'
1920

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Shoda Koho

'Moonlit Sea'

1920

(via A Little Philately: 1920 [detail] | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Nov. 30, 1920. Washington, D.C. “Charles M. Schwab, of the Kalorama Apartments, probably has the largest collection of stamps in the East. This is a pile of approximately two million.” National Photo glass negative. View full size.

(via A Little Philately: 1920 [detail] | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Nov. 30, 1920. Washington, D.C. “Charles M. Schwab, of the Kalorama Apartments, probably has the largest collection of stamps in the East. This is a pile of approximately two million.” National Photo glass negative. View full size.

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Myra Butterworth

1920

(via Performing Artsy: 1920 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)
Circa 1920. “Marion Morgan Dancers.” Nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe, specialist in the gauzily draped (and undraped) subject. View full size.

(via Performing Artsy: 1920 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

Circa 1920. “Marion Morgan Dancers.” Nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe, specialist in the gauzily draped (and undraped) subject. View full size.

Henny Porten, Anna Boleyn (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

Henny Porten, Anna Boleyn (by Truus, Bob & Jan too!)

lesanneeselegantes:

Ernesto Garcia Cabral

lesanneeselegantes:

Ernesto Garcia Cabral

(via Powerhouse: 1920 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

"Powerhouse Mechanic and Steam Pump" (1920). One of Lewis Wickes Hine’s celebrated "work portraits" made after he completed his decade-long project documenting child labor. View full size.

(via Powerhouse: 1920 | Shorpy Historical Photo Archive)

"Powerhouse Mechanic and Steam Pump" (1920). One of Lewis Wickes Hine’s celebrated "work portraits" made after he completed his decade-long project documenting child labor. View full size.

thepieshops:

Spy Glass on the Santa Monica Pier
Woman with spy glass looking out from Santa Monica pier with crowded beach in background, Calif., circa 1920

thepieshops:

Spy Glass on the Santa Monica Pier

Woman with spy glass looking out from Santa Monica pier with crowded beach in background, Calif., circa 1920