Mia Farrow, 1967. Enough said. wow.
Ann-Margret. One of our most fave Red Engines. Ever.
(Source: hollyhocksandtulips, via theswinginsixties)
Andy Warhol at work at The Factory, 1960s.
(Source: zombiesenelghetto, via theswinginsixties)
I have no use for divine patience -
My lips are now burning and everywhere.
I am running from every corner of this earth and sky
Wanting to kiss You.
Love sometimes wants to do us a great favor: hold us upside down and shake all the nonsense out.
On Valentines Day in 1884, Teddy Roosevelt’s wife and mother died within hours of each other. This was his diary entry for that Thursday.
via LettersOfNote by way of Gene Weingarten.
Nancy Sinatra, ‘These Boots Are Made For Walkin’, 1966 - GIF
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