Posts tagged submission.
Marlene Dietrich and Amelia Earhart
Russell Brand and the Dalai Lama
Tesla v. Kraken, done by the AMAZINGLY TALENTED Perry Stratton at Splash of Color in East Lansing, Michigan.
THE FINEST TATTOO I HAVE EVER SEEN OH GOD YES COVER MY BODY WITH THIS
Not sure this qualifies, but this is the only probable picture of Kate Warne, the first female detective. Not only was she the first detective, but she even went on to save the life of president elect Abraham Lincoln after uncovering a plot to assassinate him on the way to Washington D.C. to take office. She was best known for being a master of disguise, able to switch from Union soldier, to Southern debutante, to a harmless grandmother.
Reblogging, because BAMF.
The woman who made your Wifi working.
Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian-born American actress. Max Reinhardt called her the “most beautiful woman in Europe” due to her “strikingly dark exotic looks”.
Mathematically talented, Lamarr came up with an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping, necessary for wireless communication from the pre-computer age to the present day.
Top polenta with sun-ripened tomatoes, garlic, sage, pine nuts, and goat cheese in a cast iron skillet for a simple, comforting meal.
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Gertrude Bell (1868-1926) - Explorer of Arabia, Asia. Archaeologist. Writer. Spy. This women was instrumental in setting up the Hashemite Kingdoms in Jordan and Iraq (although in Iraq the system did not last; Jordan is still under Hashemite rule). She worked with TE Lawrence (in the photograph as well). She is “one of the few representatives of His Majesty’s Government remembered by the Arabs with anything resembling affection.” She was an honorary secretary of the British Women’s Anti-Suffrage League. Liaison Officer, Correspondent to Cairo; Oriental Secretary to Baghdad; member of the Orientalists convened by Churchill to attend a 1921 Conference in Cairo on the boundaries of the British Mandate; served on the Iraq British High Commission advisory group; al-Khatun; confidante of Iraqi King Faisal; founder of Iraqi Archaeological Museum and the British School of Archaeology; awarded Order of the British Empire. She wrote works such as Persian Pictures and Syria: The Desert and the Sown.
Plus, she had red hair and blue-green eyes.
I’m so glad I had an Arabic assignment about her!