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1974, at Willie Nelson’s first 4th of July Picnic. Found here.

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mapplethorpe and patti smith

Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe.

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cadillac woman 1972

Vogue Nov 1972

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Beware:  “In no time short hair can look like sunburned straw.”

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pretty poufs modern salon

“Call them what you will – pretty poufs, braided buns, merry muffs — these coif-accessories provide a plus for your hairdo. Ask your hairstylist to show you a little hairpiece magic.”
Modern Salon Styles 1972, Published by Modern Beauty Shop Magazine Chicago, IL

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Legs Playboy 1975

Less safe for work after the jump…

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The Cockettes

The Cockettes

The Cockettes

The Cockettes

The Cockettes
Stills from the glittertastic documentary The Cockettes by David Weissman and Bill Weber. The performance group/acid heads depicted were drugged out, hippie drag queens swathed in glitter, crinoline, hoop skirts, and colored lace. Any fan of vintage and dressing up can’t help but be inspired by these images. There are many more after the jump.

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 Thamesmead, Riverside School, 76-78

 Thamesmead, Riverside School, 76-78

 Thamesmead, Riverside School, 76-78
I happened upon these amazing photographs on Flickr. They we taken by a school teacher who is (unnecessarily) modest about her talents as a photographer. There are over three hundred images in the captivating series, so take some time to sit down and enjoy. I’ve posted a few favorites here and many after the jump.

CORRECTION. I received more accurate information on these shots from a commenter:
“A man by the name of George Plemper who once lived and teached in Thamesmead took these photos. He returned to the area last year and exhibited his photos during Local and Community History Month on behalf of Trust Thamesmead.”


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crazy patchwork crochet

Crazy, indeed.. enough to make a woman read a blank book.

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