Best of What About Bobbed? - Year 2 
March 2012…
[this might just be one of my favorite photos OF ALL TIME!!  I’d give both of my ears just to sit at that table!!!!]
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Ziegfield Girls Lunching In Bathingsuits - June 5th, 1925
New York - Thanks to a precedent set by six Ziegfield Girls today who insisted on having their luncheon in their bathing suits, it is now possible for other young ladies to follow suit. The girls, Mildred Lunney, Margy Martin, Helen Sheldon, Catherine Frey, Bobbie Powers and Edith Babson, went from rehearsal to Keen’s Chop House attired only in their bathing suits. Paul Henkel, manager of the restaurant strenuously objected claiming they were not properly dressed. Henkel was asked since what day had he become a sensor of women’s wear and after much discussion in which the rest of the diners particiapted in favor of the girls, they were served.

Best of What About Bobbed? - Year 2 

March 2012…

[this might just be one of my favorite photos OF ALL TIME!!  I’d give both of my ears just to sit at that table!!!!]

whataboutbobbed:

Ziegfield Girls Lunching In Bathingsuits - June 5th, 1925

New York - Thanks to a precedent set by six Ziegfield Girls today who insisted on having their luncheon in their bathing suits, it is now possible for other young ladies to follow suit. The girls, Mildred Lunney, Margy Martin, Helen Sheldon, Catherine Frey, Bobbie Powers and Edith Babson, went from rehearsal to Keen’s Chop House attired only in their bathing suits. Paul Henkel, manager of the restaurant strenuously objected claiming they were not properly dressed. Henkel was asked since what day had he become a sensor of women’s wear and after much discussion in which the rest of the diners particiapted in favor of the girls, they were served.

wow, has it really been 2 years since we first asked, What About Bobbed????  
lets celebrate with a month by month greatest hits…
Best of What About Bobbed? - Year 2 
January 2011…
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American photographer Margaret Bourke-White (1904 - 1971) stands on the scaffolding enclosing the then-under-construction Chrysler Building and looks out across New York, New York, 1931. She wears a leather jacket and holds a Graflex 3-1/4 x 4-1/4 RB Auto camera. The building visible at the lower left is the Helmsley Building (also known as the New York Central Building and the New York General Building)

wow, has it really been 2 years since we first asked, What About Bobbed????  

lets celebrate with a month by month greatest hits…

Best of What About Bobbed? - Year 2 

January 2011…

whataboutbobbed:

American photographer Margaret Bourke-White (1904 - 1971) stands on the scaffolding enclosing the then-under-construction Chrysler Building and looks out across New York, New York, 1931. She wears a leather jacket and holds a Graflex 3-1/4 x 4-1/4 RB Auto camera. The building visible at the lower left is the Helmsley Building (also known as the New York Central Building and the New York General Building)