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“Megan works professionally with both the very old and the very young, and she also makes what I think of as “bejewelry,” using buttons and beads and rhinestones and ribbons and old photographs and Valentine cupids, all dating from about1910.”
“The big roll-top desk, the Dictaphone, and some of the other items on exhibit here appear in old photographs showing London at work.”
“In San Francisco not just isolated relics but entire whole blocks of nineteenth-century houses stand untouched, looking in every way, except for parked cars, like still-existing old photographs of themselves.”
“The media insanity—analogous to the storm that buffeted Vanessa Williams in 1984, when Penthouse published old photographs of the new Miss America enjoying simulated lesbian sex in the nude—was carefully managed by the studio and by Monroe herself, in consultation with her advisor, Sidney Skolsky.”
“Now that he had his glasses on, his eyes had the expression which Vassilij and the elder official knew from old photographs and colour-prints.”
Looking for tweets for old photographs.