'Miss Jane Bowles', 1775, (1911). Artist: Sir Joshua Reynolds
'Miss Jane Bowles', 1775, (1911). A portrait of Jane Bowles the eldest daughter of Oldfield Bowles (1739-1810), a landowner of North Aston, Oxfordshire. Painting held at The Wallace Collection, London. From A History of Painting, Volume VII, by Haldane MacFall [T. C. and E. C. Jack, London & Edinburgh, 1911]
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Fewer Falsies For Cleveland
Cleveland, Ohio: July, 1949. X-ray testing for tuberculosis in six cities has revealed that the women of Cleveland use less synthetic torso curves than those of any of the other cities. This Cleveland native is examining a pair of the chest projectors that she doesn't need, while Seattle is indignant over the charge that the women there wear more falsies than anywhere else.
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1950, One Person, Adults Only, Young Adult, One Woman Only, One Young Woman Only
1950, One Person, Adults Only, Young Adult, One Woman Only, One Young Woman Only, Caucasian Appearance, Studio Shot, White Background, Horizontal, Colour, Photography, Portrait, Head And Shoulders, Side View, Dress, Brown Hair, Short Hair, Holding, Smiling, Content, Looking At Camera, Beer, Beer Glass, Froth, Necklace, Floral Pattern, Beauty, Happiness, Confidence, Refreshment, Food And Drink, Retrofile, 119678327
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