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Secretary, 1963 (Gerhard Richter)

Secretary, 1963 (Gerhard Richter)

Dame Agatha Christie, c1940 (Walter Bird)

“Women can accept the fact that a man is a rotter, a swindler, a drug taker, a confirmed liar, and a general swine, without batting an eyelash, and without its impairing their affection for the brute in the least. Women are wonderful realists. ” ― Agatha Christie,  Murder in Mesopotamia

Dame Agatha Christie, c1940 (Walter Bird)

“Women can accept the fact that a man is a rotter, a swindler, a drug taker, a confirmed liar, and a general swine, without batting an eyelash, and without its impairing their affection for the brute in the least. Women are wonderful realists. ” ― Agatha Christie, Murder in Mesopotamia

Cimetière du Montparnasse (Laura McPhee)

Cimetière du Montparnasse (Laura McPhee)

Untitled by Richard Prince, 1982 via frenchtwist
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Untitled by Richard Prince, 1982 via frenchtwist

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Ronnie Elliot, c1945 (Richard Pousette-Dart)

Ronnie Elliot, c1945 (Richard Pousette-Dart)

Lee Miller, Egypt, 1935 via lucienballard

Lee Miller, Egypt, 1935 via lucienballard

Thérèse Bonney, c1940
Georgia O’Keeffe, 1935 (Alfred Stieglitz)

Georgia O’Keeffe, 1935 (Alfred Stieglitz)

Helen Thomas questions President Lyndon Johnson in the Oval Office, 1968 (Frank Wolfe/Reuters)

Helen Thomas, whose bottomless curiosity and unquenchable drive made her a prominent White House reporter at a time when men dominated the profession, died Saturday at her apartment in Washington. She was 92. (NYTimes)

Helen Thomas questions President Lyndon Johnson in the Oval Office, 1968 (Frank Wolfe/Reuters)

Helen Thomas, whose bottomless curiosity and unquenchable drive made her a prominent White House reporter at a time when men dominated the profession, died Saturday at her apartment in Washington. She was 92. (NYTimes)

For Paris Match, 1961 (Philippe le Tellier) via greeneyes55

For Paris Match, 1961 (Philippe le Tellier) via greeneyes55