jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994 

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley
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jfk-and-jackie:

Happy Birthday Jacqueline Kennedy! | July 28, 1929 – May 19, 1994

"She epitomized elegance in the post–World War II era. There’s never been a first lady like Jacqueline Kennedy, not only because she was so beautiful but because she was able to name an entire era ‘Camelot’ … no other first lady in the 20th century will be able to have that aura. She’s become an icon." —Historian Douglas Brinkley

If we date you can have my phone password, read my texts, answer my phone, get on my twitter, and read my DM’s. I have NOTHING to hide.

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onlyartists:

After Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun · Henry Bone (1755 - 1834)
Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante (formerly said as Ariadne)

"I then painted Mme. Harte [Emma Hart, Lady Hamilton] as a bacchante reclining by the edge of the sea, holding a goblet in her hand. Her beautiful face had much animation… She had a great quantity of fine chestnut hair, sufficient to cover her entirely, and thus, as a bacchante with flying hair, she was admirable to behold." - Memoirs of Madame Vigée-Lebrun
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After Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun · Henry Bone (1755 - 1834)
Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante (formerly said as Ariadne)

"I then painted Mme. Harte [Emma Hart, Lady Hamilton] as a bacchante reclining by the edge of the sea, holding a goblet in her hand. Her beautiful face had much animation… She had a great quantity of fine chestnut hair, sufficient to cover her entirely, and thus, as a bacchante with flying hair, she was admirable to behold." - Memoirs of Madame Vigée-Lebrun
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onlyartists:

After Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun · Henry Bone (1755 - 1834)

Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante (formerly said as Ariadne)

"I then painted Mme. Harte [Emma Hart, Lady Hamilton] as a bacchante reclining by the edge of the sea, holding a goblet in her hand. Her beautiful face had much animation… She had a great quantity of fine chestnut hair, sufficient to cover her entirely, and thus, as a bacchante with flying hair, she was admirable to behold." - Memoirs of Madame Vigée-Lebrun
Every one of us is, in the cosmic perspective, precious. If a human disagrees with you, let him live. In a hundred billion galaxies, you will not find another.

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