The women of the Next Generation (late 80s)
Left to right: Dr. Beverly Crusher, Counselor Deanna Troi and Chief Tactical and Security Officer Tasha Yar.

The women of the Next Generation (late 80s)

Left to right: Dr. Beverly Crusher, Counselor Deanna Troi and Chief Tactical and Security Officer Tasha Yar.

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Memphis Minnie - I’m a bad luck woman (1936)

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Kodachrome by Jack Delano (1942)
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Kodachrome by Jack Delano (1942)

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"Not just anybody could buy this film [in the 1930s].  It cost $5 per roll and had to be sent back to Rochester , New York for development.  By comparison, in 1938 Congress established the first minimum wage at 25 cents per hour.  $5 represented half a week’s work."
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"Not just anybody could buy this film [in the 1930s].  It cost $5 per roll and had to be sent back to Rochester , New York for development.  By comparison, in 1938 Congress established the first minimum wage at 25 cents per hour.  $5 represented half a week’s work."

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Louise Rosskam - Shulman’s Market at N and Union Streets SW, Washington. Kodachrome transparency (1942) -via
Kodak filed for bankruptcy today. Another stalwart of the American Century to go under.
In another note, Shulman’s has Prince Albert in a can ;)

Louise Rosskam - Shulman’s Market at N and Union Streets SW, Washington. Kodachrome transparency (1942) -via

Kodak filed for bankruptcy today. Another stalwart of the American Century to go under.

In another note, Shulman’s has Prince Albert in a can ;)

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Dolores del Río

Dolores del Río

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The hitherto unknown satanic power of mind-reading in detail.

The hitherto unknown satanic power of mind-reading in detail.

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HMS Invincible blows up during the Battle of Jutland (1916)
"Each man commits himself with a thousand others to a vulnerable shell, and launches it into an arena sheeted and bolted with flame and concussion…A single stroke of a single weapon might wipe out a thousand lives…He may die by a blow, by asphyxiation, by flaying, by boiling, by mutilation, by drowning, or may be instantaneously consumed in a glory of mauve flame, accompanied by the thunder of a detonation he never hears." —Filson Young

HMS Invincible blows up during the Battle of Jutland (1916)

"Each man commits himself with a thousand others to a vulnerable shell, and launches it into an arena sheeted and bolted with flame and concussion…A single stroke of a single weapon might wipe out a thousand lives…He may die by a blow, by asphyxiation, by flaying, by boiling, by mutilation, by drowning, or may be instantaneously consumed in a glory of mauve flame, accompanied by the thunder of a detonation he never hears."Filson Young

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Peter Murphy - Marlene Dietrich’s favourite poem (1990)

Hot tears flow as she recounts

Her favourite-worded token..

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"Soft Landing", opening for Heavy Metal (1981)

Music is Radar Rider by Riggs.

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