Solemn and sturdy. Native American basketry and beaded belts on display c. 1900.
Small, sassy, seventies.
I made gif gems from these tiny Polaroid portraits by Andy Warhol.
1. Michael Chow, restaurateur
2. Flowers – Florinda Bolkan – Dennis Oppenheims Daughters – Corice Arman – Shoes – Cheryl Tiegs – Girl w basketball – Chris Evert – Tiger print – Girl w teddy
3. Linda Hutton, socialite
4. Susan Sosnick
via St. Olaf
Door, place—mats! All shapes and sizes from all around the world. I’m loving the degenerated quality of the images. They all look like ’80s video art to me.
via Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection at the University of Wisconsin
Whoa! Utah men dressed as women, women dressed as men, c. 1910.
Camp MacJannet began in 1925 as a summer camp for American and French children on the shores of Lake Annecy. It was styled after American sleep away camps, never seen before in Europe. American families touring Europe would drop their young ones off at Camp MacJannet while they continued on their vacation. During the war the camp dissolved and was turned over to the Quakers for safe keeping and used as a refugee camp. In 1946 the camp reopened and brought together again young French and Americans (many of them war orphans).
Pics above are from 1962. Idyllic young summer land.
Hanging on campus, making the scene. I think there needs to be a Dorm Room tumblr, it’s the logical next step after Teenage Bedroom. Dorm rooms are teenage bedrooms when the parents aren’t home.
1. Poster of Bridgette Bardot in dorm room, 1967-68
2. Unidentified men in costume for Class Day activities, 1910
3. A dorm scene, 1974