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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • EAT MORE FISH, 1917

Apple Saucy: 1927

Apple Saucy: 1927

Washington, D.C., or vicinity. 1927. "Girls with apples." Possibly promoting National Apple Week. Harris & Ewing glass negative. View full size.

 

What really killed vaudeville

Looks like the inception of yet another juggling act.

Which variety?

Any clues on which non-red-delicious heirloom variety these are?

They both have

... appeal.

*rimshot*

But seriously folks -- the girl with the dark hair is inspiring me to get my time machine working.

Cupid's bow lips

on the lady with apples on her dress!

Sex and the City

If Charlotte York and Carrie Bradshaw had come along 75 years sooner, this would be them! Had they behaved in the same way back then, though, they would have had babies and venereal diseases.

[What a lovely thought. - Dave]

Eve and Lilith

As irresistible a pair of leggy, apple-wielding temptresses as we have seen recently! And I am reminded that apple polishing is an all but forgotten art.

 
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