Back in the day most teenage girls knew how to sew (and well).
Posts Tagged: Girls
Swim Girl, Swim!
Gertrude Ederle learned in swim at age 9 in while summering in her New Jersey cottage.
Emma Willard School in Troy, NY was founded in 1814 by Emma Willard in an effort to provide girls with the same level of education as boys.
Vieva Wonder, age 13
Take a glimpse into the life of a Johnstown, PA teenager from 1930-1932 – inside the scrapbook of Vieva Wonder (best name!)
Police Police Will Come
Brazil, 1983. Four students — three girls and a boy — formed Mercenarias.
Miss Iran, 1978
Before the Isamlic revolution of 1979 in Iran, there were the beauty pageants of 1978 in Iran.
Looks of ’69
Bellbottoms, beads, bare mid drifts, ginghams, fringe leather vests, long flowing hair–these were the looks of high schoolers, 1969.
This may be the only pageant where contestants are required to know how to butcher a sheep—Miss Navajo.
Mid-wink, Mid-gum chew, Mid-hair twirl
Take a peek at these disturbingly awkward portraits of teenage girls by Stockholm based artist Julia Peirone.
Early motion pictures made by inventor extraordinaire Thomas Edison.