Contact meTo contribute to this collective history project, send pictures and stories about the older women in your life to firstname.lastname@example.org. The more information you can include (date, place, etc.), the better.
TagsAbout Me advertising advice literature African American Asian American book review California cheerful granny coats colors comparative designers eccentric first ladies Florida fur generations glasses hair hats/headcoverings house dress Illinois jewelry Mrs. Exeter New Look New York pants photographer popular culture power dressing resources sewing shirtwaist shoes sizes skin special events special occasion sportswear Texas textile patterns textiles Washington DC women's organizations World War Two
Tag Archives: Arizona
You don’t have to spend much time at the south rim of the Grand Canyon to hear the name Mary Colter (1869-1958). She designed Bright Angel Lodge, the Hopi House, and the Lookout Studio, which fits into the walls of … Continue reading
Here is another fashion divide to consider—the minimalist versus the maximalist, “less is more” versus “more is more.” My sister-in-law is definitely in the latter camp. Born in Tucson, she wandered the country for a long time pursuing her own … Continue reading
Since I have pledged to lose the same five pounds for the last ten years, I have given up on weight loss as an achievable goal for the New Year. However, for those of us with “exercise more” on our … Continue reading
From the wonderful website Calisphere, these photos show first lady Eleanor Roosevelt visiting the Gila Japanese American relocation camp in Rivers, Arizona. I would love to know the thoughts of Mrs. Yamamoto, former president of the San Francisco PTA, as … Continue reading