friday finds {#19}

{Been a while since I’ve done one of these, eh?}

TO DO.

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Edith Head and Alfred Hitchcock discussing the costumes for Notorious while Ingrid Bergman looks on. (Incidentally, my favorite Hitchcock film.)

It’s a no-brainer, really. #TEAMCAP

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Awwwwww.

1950s McDonald’s – can you believe it?

Audrey Hepburn with her mother.

The end of an era.

Audrey touching up her make-up.

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πŸ™‚

I agree so much.

Eva

P.S.Β This is my 200th post!

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10 thoughts on “friday finds {#19}

  1. Ohh, 200 posts!! Good for you, Eva. πŸ™‚
    I love the picture of the 40’s couple. And Audrey Hepburn with her mother. And the 1950 macDonalds. πŸ™‚

    This post made me happy. T’is been too long since I had my Friday Finds. πŸ™‚

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  2. 200 posts!!!!!! WOW!! Great job, Eva!

    I love your Friday Finds posts . . .

    “Join Team Iron Man! We have snacks!” YEAH RIGHT. I DON’T THINK SO.

    (Seriously, though . . . there’s no contest. I mean, STEVE. And BUCKY.)

    That photo of the WW2 couple is so cute. I always thought that nobody in my family had been in WW2, but then I just found out before that my great-grandmother’s sister (who just passed away) was actually engaged to a man who was killed in WW2. I think he was a pilot? It’s strange, the things that you never even know about your own family. Hey, I’m even writing a BOOK about WW2 pilots and still I didn’t know that.

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    • TEAM CAP FOREVER!!! (None of my friends are Team Iron Man, thankfully. I don’t know how I’d handle that.)

      That’s so cool, about your family! Several of my ancestors were in both WWI and WWII, but as my family is German, they were on the wrong side. πŸ˜›

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      • Well, you know, my great-grandmother (the one whose sister was engaged to the pilot) had a lot of relatives in Lithuania, since that’s where her mother and father were born . . . and for all we know, THEY may have been forced to serve with the Nazis. (That happened a lot, unfortunately.)

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