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  1.   Life Magazine
Illustration by James Montgomery Flagg
'The First Sunday.
December 1910

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    Life Magazine

    Illustration by James Montgomery Flagg

    'The First Sunday.

    December 1910

  2.   Photo by Lisa Larsen
1950s

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    Photo by Lisa Larsen

    1950s

  3.   Betty Grable
1943

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    Betty Grable

    1943

  4.   Edward Clark
'Lili St Cyr'
1951

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    Edward Clark

    'Lili St Cyr'

    1951

  5.   George Skadding - Dancer Gypsy Rose Lee Dasigning costume for girls to wear during her performance, adding another layer of lace on panties to avoid censorship, Memphis,TN,US,1954

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    George Skadding - Dancer Gypsy Rose Lee Dasigning costume for girls to wear during her performance, adding another layer of lace on panties to avoid censorship, Memphis,TN,US,1954

  6.   Betty Grable
1943

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    Betty Grable

    1943

  7.   It’s all you can do..

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    It’s all you can do..

  8.  
    The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.
    – Ernest Hemingway
  9.   Life Magazine
Photographer Unknown

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    Life Magazine

    Photographer Unknown

  10.   Life
December 1923
Illustration by Coles Phillips

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    Life

    December 1923

    Illustration by Coles Phillips

  11.  

    Beach Life

    Photos by Loomis Dean

    For Life Magazine 1950s

  12.   Life Magazine, 1912
Illustration by Henry Hutt

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    Life Magazine, 1912

    Illustration by Henry Hutt

  13.   Life
Illustration by Coles Phillips
1910

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    Life

    Illustration by Coles Phillips

    1910

  14.  
    I think we are and will always
    be lonely people in a lonely
    world under lonely stars.
    We can never starve our loneliness.
    We can only hope that by the
    company of others,
    it doesn’t devour us.
    – Christopher Poindexter
  15.   1955

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    1955