Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy's photos
Virginia Military Institute - Cadet Life, circa 1923
Ah, I am so glad to see that the tradition of heavy smoking continued until at least the 1920s! Comments from my Flickr posting of this photograph:- derAmialtebloede: It's Virginia, Miss Thunderpussy - the tradition of heavy smoking will continue here till the end of time! dessert rat: Long live the South---caugh, hack!
Virginia Military Institute - Cadet Life, 1918
They seem to have always been an exceptionally affectionate lot!
Virginia Military Institute - Cadet Life, circa 1902
As Mr. dessert rat commented on my Flickr Stream: Training boys for the Confederate---er I mean U.S. Army.
Virginia Military Institute - Gymnastics Team, 1896-1897
What lovely little skirts they are all wearing - a bit too short, maybe, for the times, but very fetching! Viewers' comments from my Flickr posting: 2namod: Pampers Pullups for Frilly Gymnasts........... kroo2u: Oh good lord! Who made those awful costumes and what could entice a poor chap to wear them? 2namod: You can almost hear the chap in back saying "I ain't f'ing wearing that!"
Virginia Military Institute - Class of 1894 (2)
What on earth has happened? To which I received the following suggestions when I posted it on my Flickr Stream: 2namod: Holy Heap of Historic Handsome Homoeroticism! dessert rat: Taking their afternoon siesta?
Virginia Military Institute - Class of 1894
But surely they were too young to smoke? Some charming examples of affection here! Comments from viewers on my Flickr Site: weshallmeetonthebeautifulshore: Alas no, Miss Magnolia. I remember reading that the little messenger boys on the Titanic were smoking. I claim the cadets numbered 2, 7, and 12! derAmialtebloede: One can never be too young to smoke in Virginia! weshallmeetonthebeautifulshore: I had not thought of that, Mr. derAmialtebloede, but you are quite correct! Miss Magnolia Thu…