a fashion show of women’s clothing at the Biltmore Hotel, located at 506 South Grand Avenue. seen here are models Lucille Baker and Thelma Dilbeck. Miss Baker wears a hip-length gray jacket and long tan skirt, while Miss Dilbeck wears a long black satin dress. photo dated - January 17, 1933

a fashion show of women’s clothing at the Biltmore Hotel, located at 506 South Grand Avenue. seen here are models Lucille Baker and Thelma Dilbeck. Miss Baker wears a hip-length gray jacket and long tan skirt, while Miss Dilbeck wears a long black satin dress. photo dated - January 17, 1933

I officially declare the Bobbed Birthday Project OVER!  it started one year ago today, celebrating Ms Miller’s b-day, and turned into quite the bobbed-headed monster - consuming way too much of my time & finger clicking dexterity.  it’s possible that no one else on earth was clicking on as many links as we were daily, over at wikipedia & imdb. BUT it was all so worth it, discovering little known bobbed beauties (although I’m sure there are PLENTY that I missed), and hopefully, and most importantly, brought smiles to your faces
so where do we go from here?  well, the bobbed madness won’t end, but I’m sure we’ll think of something new to rockupy yours and mines time!
whataboutbobbed:



Patsy Ruth Miller, born on this day in 1904

officially declare the Bobbed Birthday Project OVER!  it started one year ago today, celebrating Ms Miller’s b-day, and turned into quite the bobbed-headed monster - consuming way too much of my time & finger clicking dexterity.  it’s possible that no one else on earth was clicking on as many links as we were daily, over at wikipedia & imdb. BUT it was all so worth it, discovering little known bobbed beauties (although I’m sure there are PLENTY that I missed), and hopefully, and most importantly, brought smiles to your faces

so where do we go from here?  well, the bobbed madness won’t end, but I’m sure we’ll think of something new to rockupy yours and mines time!

whataboutbobbed:

Patsy Ruth Miller, born on this day in 1904

Oscar Hammerstein II (July 12, 1895 – August 23, 1960)
top - Richard Rogers & Hammerstein Jr, pose with actresses who played the role of Ensign Nellie Bly, in celebration of the 1,925th, and last, performance of South Pacific on Broadway, January 17, 1954
bottom - with wife
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Oscar Hammerstein II (July 12, 1895 – August 23, 1960)
top - Richard Rogers & Hammerstein Jr, pose with actresses who played the role of Ensign Nellie Bly, in celebration of the 1,925th, and last, performance of South Pacific on Broadway, January 17, 1954
bottom - with wife
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Oscar Hammerstein II (July 12, 1895 – August 23, 1960)
top - Richard Rogers & Hammerstein Jr, pose with actresses who played the role of Ensign Nellie Bly, in celebration of the 1,925th, and last, performance of South Pacific on Broadway, January 17, 1954
bottom - with wife
Zoom Info

Oscar Hammerstein II (July 12, 1895 – August 23, 1960)

top - Richard Rogers & Hammerstein Jr, pose with actresses who played the role of Ensign Nellie Bly, in celebration of the 1,925th, and last, performance of South Pacific on Broadway, January 17, 1954

bottom - with wife

if [birthday girl] Mona Ray can just vamp that turkey up a little bit more she will not have to worry on Thanksgiving Day.  Miss Ray is the talented young actress who plays the role of ‘Topsy’ [in blackface] in the Universal super-production of Uncle Tom’s Cabin [text from photo’s reverse] 

if [birthday girl] Mona Ray can just vamp that turkey up a little bit more she will not have to worry on Thanksgiving Day.  Miss Ray is the talented young actress who plays the role of ‘Topsy’ [in blackface] in the Universal super-production of Uncle Tom’s Cabin [text from photo’s reverse]