Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy's photos


  • Jitterbug Dance Contest - New York, 1938


  • Men learning how to dance The Charleston - 1920


  • Folk tap-dancing group from Wisconsin - 1938



  • The Sidell Sisters, in 'Showboat' - 1928


  • The Sidell Sisters in a scene from 'Showboat'

    Well, it's not "Ol' Man River", that's for sure . . .

  • The Sidell Sisters - 1927



  • The Sidell Sisters , circa 1927


  • Maypole dancing - 1950s

    I am so proud of having introduced English country dancing into the curriculum of the "Boothby Graffoe Home For Fallen Women", which I had founded shortly after my return from the USA. The girls took to Maypole Dancing in a big way, despite the Matron's…

  • Isadora Duncan (3)



  • Isadora Duncan (2)

    Isadora Duncan (May 26, 1877 – September 14, 1927) was an American dancer. She was born Angela Isadora Duncan in San Francisco, California. Isadora Duncan is considered by many to be the mother of Modern Dance. Although never very popular in the United St…

  • Isadora Duncan (May 26, 1877 – September 14, 1927)

    An interesting biography of Isadora Duncan can be found on: www.isadoraduncan.org/about_isadora.html

  • Ten naked German soldiers - World War II

    What a load of cheek!


  • Large group of German soldiers enjoying themselves in a river - pre-World War II (2)


  • Large group of German soldiers enjoying themselves in a river - pre-World War II (1)


  • German soldiers splashing about in a lake - World War II



  • "Let me entertain you" - German soldiers' revue - World War II

    They are both heavily tanned, so I suspect this was taken somewhere in Africa, and that they are members of the DAK, or Deutsches Afrikakorps (German Africa Corps). This is one of my most visited postings on my Flickr Stream, with over 2,810 viewings to…

  • German soldiers in skirts - World War II

    Obviously members of an Army concert party . . .what dinky little outfits!

  • Three members of the Deutsches Afrikakorps on their way to or from the showers - World War II

    I must say, he has wrapped the towel around himself most tightly . . . .or else it was damp and clung rather to his body. . .