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oddities | STRANGE CIRCUS FREAKS & ODDITIES - GIRL WITH NO ARMS

oddities | STRANGE CIRCUS FREAKS & ODDITIES - GIRL WITH NO ARMS

It's nothing really except they were showing off their hair...and then they slowly turned around...

50 Unexplainable Black & White Photos

Victorian women showing off their tresses. Probably not a mourning photo because they are dressed in white.

A female Cole Brothers Circus performer is shown in costume, wearing a tall plumed hat, with a tent as a backdrop. #vintage #circus #performers

Title: Female Circus Performer Description: A female Cole Brothers Circus performer is shown in costume, wearing a tall plumed hat, with a tent as a backdrop. Image ID: 11866 Creator Name: Unknown Collection Name: Circus and Rodeo Photographs, ca.

Images that are inspiring me right now: Irving Penn's Nurse, London, We've been reading the Mary Poppins books, and this photo remind.

The Dodge Sisters, Betty and Beth were American born dancers and cabaret stars, working from c. 1925 until 1930. The beginning of the end of the partnership seem to have been the marriage of Beth to Clarence Stroud in 1930. He was one half of another Vaudeville dancing twins; “The Stroud Brothers”. Weirdly his brother Claude had recently divorced from Thelma White, another twin.

The Dodge Sisters, Betty and Beth were American born dancers and cabaret stars, working from c. 1925 until 1930. The beginning of the end of the partnership seem to have been the marriage of Beth to Clarence Stroud in 1930. He was one half of another Vaudeville dancing twins; “The Stroud Brothers”. Weirdly his brother Claude had recently divorced from Thelma White, another twin.

vintagegal: The Cameron Sisters in the Ziegfeld Nine O’Clock review, 1920

Ziegfeld Follies: The Cameron Sisters ~ (Madeline Cameron & Dorothy Cameron). Performed in the Ziegfeld "Nine O'Clock Revue" (Ziegfeld Girls of March and in the Ziegfeld "Nine O'Clock Frolic" of 1920 (May 31 edition). (Ref: Theatre Programme)

The Four Step Brothers were an African-American dance group. The group started out as a trio in 1925, with the original members, Maceo Anderson, Al Williams and Red Walker. Although original name was the Step Brothers, because that was also the name of another tap dancing quartet, they changed their name to "The Three Step Brothers." In 1927,  accepting a new member, Sherman Robertson, they became The Four Step Brothers. Dubbed "The Eight Feet of Rhythm," the group traveled with Duke…

The Four Step Brothers were an African-American dance group. The group started out as a trio in 1925, with the original members, Maceo Anderson, Al Williams and Red Walker. Although original name was the Step Brothers, because that was also the name of another tap dancing quartet, they changed their name to "The Three Step Brothers." In 1927, accepting a new member, Sherman Robertson, they became The Four Step Brothers. Dubbed "The Eight Feet of Rhythm," the group traveled with Duke…

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