...like a girl
Carlotta Monterey, wearing a  diamond head bandeau by Cartier c.1924 (Edward Steichen) via condenastpublications.org | maudelynn

Carlotta Monterey, wearing a  diamond head bandeau by Cartier c.1924 (Edward Steichen) via condenastpublications.org | maudelynn

Josephine Baker, 1930s  (via blackhistoryalbum)

Josephine Baker, 1930s  (via blackhistoryalbum)

Betty Bronson, 1920s (Donald Biddle Keyes) via screengoddess

Betty Bronson, 1920s (Donald Biddle Keyes) via screengoddess

Paula Gellibrand, 1929  (E.O. Hoppé) via holdthisphoto

Paula Gellibrand, 1929  (E.O. Hoppé) via holdthisphoto

Miss Lucille Brokow, c1930 (Madame d’Ora)  via gacougnol

Miss Lucille Brokow, c1930 (Madame d’Oravia gacougnol

Portrait d’Anna May Wong, c1930 (Man Ray) via lamelancoly

Portrait d’Anna May Wong, c1930 (Man Ray) via lamelancoly

Rose O’Neill, illustrator and originator of the “Kewpie” doll, posed in Gertrude Käsebier’s New York City studio, c1907 (Gertrude Käsebier)

Rose O’Neill, illustrator and originator of the “Kewpie” doll, posed in Gertrude Käsebier’s New York City studio, c1907 (Gertrude Käsebier)

Prize-winning dress makers, Indiana State Fair, September, 1930


Left to right: Julia Goss from Martinsville had the best summer dress; Mary Marshall from Arlington made the best winter dress; and Martha Goss of Martinsville was the maker of the best wool school dress. (Source: Indiana Historical Society)

Prize-winning dress makers, Indiana State Fair, September, 1930

Left to right: Julia Goss from Martinsville had the best summer dress; Mary Marshall from Arlington made the best winter dress; and Martha Goss of Martinsville was the maker of the best wool school dress. (Source: Indiana Historical Society)

Globe assembly, George F. Cram Company, Indianapolis, c1950

Globe assembly, George F. Cram Company, Indianapolis, c1950

Headquarters, National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, Washington D.C., c1911 (Harris & Ewing)

Headquarters, National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, Washington D.C., c1911 (Harris & Ewing)