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Ahoy, Mate: 1902

Ahoy, Mate: 1902

Another view of Fitz Guerin's sailing sisters from 1902. View full size.

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Not so unusual

This isn't so unusual. Women did freaquently dress as men on stage at this time. Lillian Russell had some very popular love songs written from a man's point of view.

Sisters to the end...

They both look like they're about to giggle. The shadow of a smirk on the "sailor's" face.

This is

Hot, hot, hot. Dang.

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