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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • TAKE A KODAK, c. 1930s

BFF: 1922

BFF: 1922

May 20, 1922. Washington, D.C. "Veronica & Miriam de Gracie," daughters of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lonsade de Gracie. National Photo Co. glass negative. View full size.

 

Charlie Brown's Sister Sally

I always wondered what inspired that character's hairstyle. I will wonder no more!

Forget a bad hair DAY, this is a bad hair life.

Their parents sure gave those girls a stupid hairstyle. It is kind of a Kewpie doll meets Mohawk gone amok.

Not quite twins

The Ellis Island Ship Database shows a a 6-year-old Veronica Gracie and a 5-year-old Miriam Gracie arriving from Rio on the Aeolus in March 1922, accompanied by a 30-year-old Samuel Gracie and 27-year-old Miriam Gracie. Veronica does have that older-sister look.

[Samuel de Sousa Leao Gracie was the charge d'affaires (first secretary) of the Brazilian Embassy. - Dave]

What A Pair

I assume they're twins. They are delightful.

 
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