Explore American Women, Bones and more!

Explore related topics

3 African-American Women Artists in Paris: http://vimeo.com/61378308

3 African-American Women Artists in Paris: http://vimeo.com/61378308

Natalie Barney's Paris home, 20 rue Jacob. Another rich American expat gone wild. One of the famous Women of the Left Bank.

Natalie Barney's Paris home, 20 rue Jacob. Another rich American expat gone wild. One of the famous Women of the Left Bank.

“Certainly the Americans. Why on earth do their fathers let them leave the house?”  “Madness.” -The Bones of Paris

Details about Flapper girls dance on rooftop Roaring 1920s photo CHOICE 5x7 or request 8x10 or

“Certainly the Americans. Why on earth do their fathers let them leave the house?” “Madness.” -The Bones of Paris

Ruth Elder and her Stinson monoplane, Oct., 1927. She named her plane "American Girl" and hoped to be the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic.

Ruth Elder and her Stinson monoplane, Oct., 1927. She named her plane "American Girl" and hoped to be the first woman to fly solo over the Atlantic.

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle, born in 1886) and Bryher (Annie Winifred Ellerman). The relationship was complicated. They were, respectively, an American writer best known for her poetry, and an English writer born into fantastic wealth, whose historical novels are now largely forgotten. Their relationship as lovers lasted from 1918 to H.D.’s death in 1961 this was a far from exclusive arrangement. This is a photo of them in later life.

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle, born in 1886) and Bryher (Annie Winifred Ellerman). The relationship was complicated. They were, respectively, an American writer best known for her poetry, and an English writer born into fantastic wealth, whose historical novels are now largely forgotten. Their relationship as lovers lasted from 1918 to H.D.’s death in 1961 this was a far from exclusive arrangement. This is a photo of them in later life.

The home and salon of the infamous Natalie Barney, where Harris Stuyvesant must go...in 9 days. http://www.laurierking.com/blogs

The home and salon of the infamous Natalie Barney, where Harris Stuyvesant must go...in 9 days. http://www.laurierking.com/blogs

Helen Nice, Bugatti Queen. In 1929, driving an Omega-Six, she won an all-female Grand Prix race at Autodrome de Montlhéry in the process setting a new world land speed record for women. Capitalizing on her fame, the following year she toured the United States, racing at a variety of tracks in an American-made Miller racing car. I'm not sure if this is the right picture to match to this text, but it is so cool I couldn't pass it up. Sassay!

Helen Nice, Bugatti Queen. In 1929, driving an Omega-Six, she won an all-female Grand Prix race at Autodrome de Montlhéry in the process setting a new world land speed record for women. Capitalizing on her fame, the following year she toured the United States, racing at a variety of tracks in an American-made Miller racing car. I'm not sure if this is the right picture to match to this text, but it is so cool I couldn't pass it up. Sassay!

"He was my cream, and I was his coffee - And when you poured us together, it was something". -Dancer & singer Josephine Baker (1906–1975)

"He was my cream, and I was his coffee - And when you poured us together, it was something". -Dancer & singer Josephine Baker (1906–1975)

Pinterest
Search