Mothic Flights And Flutterings

Apr 23

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Actor Clark Gable of “Gone With The Wind” fame was a frequent visitor to Jungleland — then called Goebel’s Lion Farm. Gable had many Ventura County connections, including frequenting the Colonial House in Oxnard and golfing at Saticoy Country Club. (via)

Actor Clark Gable of “Gone With The Wind” fame was a frequent visitor to Jungleland — then called Goebel’s Lion Farm. Gable had many Ventura County connections, including frequenting the Colonial House in Oxnard and golfing at Saticoy Country Club. (via)

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Constance Talmadge and her fabulous sleeves - c. 1920s

Constance Talmadge and her fabulous sleeves - c. 1920s

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Minnie Mouse hangs her kittens up to dry in “Mickey’s Pal Pluto” (1933)

Minnie Mouse hangs her kittens up to dry in “Mickey’s Pal Pluto” (1933)

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librar-y:

Washington, D.C., circa 1918.

librar-y:

Washington, D.C., circa 1918.

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Apr 22


Minnie Mouse loves her kitten in Walt Disney’s “Mickey’s Pal Pluto” (1933)

Minnie Mouse loves her kitten in Walt Disney’s “Mickey’s Pal Pluto” (1933)

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Oxford Paper Company Advertisement featuring a Rose Marie Reid Swimsuit c. 1959

Oxford Paper Company Advertisement featuring a Rose Marie Reid Swimsuit c. 1959

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wehadfacesthen:

 Marlene Dietrich in “Blonde Venus” (1932) dir. by Josef Von Sternberg

wehadfacesthen:

 Marlene Dietrich in “Blonde Venus” (1932) dir. by Josef Von Sternberg

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