Heimkehr Von Der Alm / Druck, Entnommen Aus Zeitschrift/1935 - Bücher, Zeitschriften, Comics
Estudiando en la escuela. Jessie Willcox Smith
William Clark Gable was born in Cadiz, Ohio, 1901, the son of oil driller Will Gable. His mother died while he was still an infant. Gable was raised by his much adored stepmother Jennie Dunlap Gable who encouraged his interest in the arts and theater. Gable's father was another matter entirely. Will Gable considered acting a "sissy" profession. Even at the height of Gable's success and fame his father still tried to talk him into going back to the oil fields.
Norman Rockwell, The Milkman And The Young Couple All Dressed Up, Post Magazine Cover, Made In Usa, America's Painter, Represents The Family Of 50's 60's 70's, Vintage Print
January 1935 Resolutely hands-on, Schiaparelli fits a model at her atelier in Paris in 1935. Known as the “Schiap Shop,” the salon would eventually produce Surrealist-accented collaborations with such artists as Jean Cocteau, Salvador Dalí, and Alberto Giacometti.
1934: The Art of the New Deal | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
One of the images of signs photographed by Walker Evans. He originally wanted to be a playwright He started getting into photography and it became his profession. In 1935, the Resettlement Agency (which became the Farm Security Administration) offered Evans a job and a camera to photograph small-town life during the Depression. In 1936, he took a three-week leave to travel with the writer James Agee and document the life of Southern tenant farmers for Fortune magazine
Jane Addams biography: a biography of Jane Addams, whose settlement house work at Hull-House was an important part of the history of the social work profession. Learn how she changed the face of American culture with her work in the city and for peace.