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Girl with Unique Hair

Girl with Unique Hair
A photo of hair—in all its glory or eccentricity for the Vintage Photos Theme Park.

On the glorious-eccentric scale for hair styles, this girl's hair seems to me to fall a little toward the eccentric side. There are no clues on the photo to provide any information about the girl's identity or location, but one interesting detail is the small Red Cross pinback button that she's wearing on her dress.

The Cyko stamp box on the back of this real photo postcard suggests a date of either 1904-1908 (according to Playle's) or 1920-1928 (according to Metropostcard.com).

My runners-up for this week's theme include the following previously posted images of:

-- Clara Rousby, British Stage Actress, ca. 1870s
-- Rasputin and the Amorphous Enigma
-- Benjamin Purnell, Founder of the House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan

Clara Rousby, British Stage Actress, ca. 1870s
Rasputin and the Amorphous Enigma
Benjamin Purnell, Founder of the House of David, Benton Harbor, Michigan

Deborah Lundbech, buonacoppi, Nautilus and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


Comments
 RicksPics
RicksPics club
Wow! Congratulations on your rich collection of hairy photos. The pretty young woman at the top has created a masterpiece.
16 months ago.
Alan Mays club
has replied to RicksPics club
Thanks, Rick!
16 months ago.
 Deborah Lundbech
Deborah Lundbech club
How very...odd! Did she brylcream it?!
Nice collection, Alan! Love the colorized Victorian woman showing off her "crowning glory!?
16 months ago.
Alan Mays club
has replied to Deborah Lundbech club
Thanks, Deborah! She must have used something like Brylcreem, Dippity-Do, or Aqua Net—or maybe all three!
16 months ago.

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