Dear Annabell, How are you?
God,Cats&Vintage
Dear Annabell, How are you?
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Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.

Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.

Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.

Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.

Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.

Veronica Lake visits an Airbase, 1941Lake’s interest in flying would lead her to getting her pilot’s license in 1946, and would see her fly solo between Los Angeles and New York.
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thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
thatscienceguy:

Why do cats love boxes so much?
In the wild they are always seeking out good places to wait and stalk prey, a place where they can see without being seen, and a box provides a perfect choice for them! - It’s their natural instincts, that’s why even the Big, Wild cats like boxes!
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phatticuss:

Adventures of Oscar Episode 1
phatticuss:

Adventures of Oscar Episode 1
phatticuss:

Adventures of Oscar Episode 1
phatticuss:

Adventures of Oscar Episode 1
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colortransparency:

Out With The Old….In With The New
Wilmette, Illinois
Fall 1964 & Spring 1965
colortransparency:

Out With The Old….In With The New
Wilmette, Illinois
Fall 1964 & Spring 1965
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danvotchka:

Vailed Vivien Leigh in a screen test for Gone with the Wind.
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photogenicfelines:

(Gabor Nagy)
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movieposteroftheday:

1951 German poster for REBECCA (Alfred Hitchcock, USA, 1940)
Designer: Ernst Litter (b. 1918)
Poster source: WalterFilm
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kittypackards:

Barbara Stanwyck with her adopted son, Dion Fay.
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mostlycatsmostly:

(via vajrasattva)
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