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  2. Hedy Lamarr

     

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  4. "The past should be culled like a box of fresh strawberries, rinsed of debris, sweetened judiciously and served in small portions, not very often".

    Laura Palmer

    Tagged #twin peaks
     

  5. Barbara Newhall Follett, Disappearing Child Genius

     
  6. “My dreams are going through their death flurries. I thought they were all safely buried, but sometimes they stir in their grave, making my heartstrings twinge. I mean no particular dream, you understand, but the whole radiant flock of them together—with their rainbow wings, iridescent, bright, soaring, glorious, sublime. They are dying before the steel javelins and arrows of a world of Time and Money.” 
    ― Barbara Newhall Follett   age 12

    http://www.teenagefilm.com/archives/dear-diary/barbara-newhall-follett-vanished-novelist/

     

  7. "Every American should be forced to live outside the United States for a year or two. Americans should be forced to see how ridiculous they appear to the rest of the world! They should listen to someone else’s version of themselves—to anyone else’s version! Every country knows more about America than Americans know about themselves! And Americans know absolutely nothing about any other country!"
    — ― John Irving, A Prayer for Owen Meany
     
  8. (Source: thirtynoire)

     
  9. thirtynoire:

    By the age of 16, Barbara Newhall Follett had published two books and written countless poems. Her 1927 debut novel, The House Without Windows, received glowing reviews from the New York Times and words of encouragement from H.L. Mencken.

    A child genius destined to become the next great American writer until one december evening in 1939, at the age of 26, she simply vanished into thin air.

    (see NPR Jan 13 2011-Disappearing Child Genius)

     
  10. greeneyes55:

    Paris 1950s

    Photo: Ed van Elsken

     
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  13. Dexter

     
  14. Les Halles 

    Frank Harvat 1957

     
  15. photo Sally Mann