Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Going Through the Era's // Random Wednesday {1940s}

Today for Random Wednesday I'm going to be sharing some pages from a special magazine called, Shirley Temple 21st Birthday Album {April, 1949}. I found it last August on Etsy when I was looking for some fun vintage magazines to buy to celebrate BF's 2nd birthday.
 Pictures from Shirley's movies....
Mary Pickford, Alice Scott, and Shirley Temple with the Red Cross.

Y'all can link up your post for today below.


  1. What a neat find! Shirley Temple has always been one of my favorite actresses! I love the movie she does with Cary Grant, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer!(:


  2. Oh, I love these scans!
    I have official decided to begin collecting vintage magazines. So let it me written, so let it be done.

    I linked up:)

  3. Loved this! :) As an adult Shirley Temple reminds me of my tenth grade English teacher. :) She is very petite and back then, even had her hair like Shirley Temple's. :P Oh, and I have to echo Vicki's comment about The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer! :D

  4. @Vicki Oooh! That's one of my favorite Shirley Temple movies! :)

  5. @Natasha Marie It's fun collecting vintage magazines. Though, it can become addicting collecting them. *grin* And I love your "Ten Commandments" quote. :D

  6. @Ashley *grin* It's one of my favorite and most used movie lines;)

  7. That was a fun find! =) Linked up!

  8. Again, I've never seen a Shirley Temple film in my life... so thanks for the recommendation, ladies. :-)

  9. How fun! It's always neat to see how celebrity magazine of the past look compared to the ones of today... *rolls eyes*

  10. I think Shirley Temple is so adorable. :) Even when she's an almost-grown-up, like in The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer, which is probably one of my favorite movies.

    My family quotes the "You Remind Me of a Man" riddle quite often. :)


  11. Oh my goodness! Those are gorgeous! I've just been watching a lot of Shirley Temple's younger tap dancing routines on Youtube this past week, and she was simply adorable. Thanks so much for sharing these!

    Happy sewing,



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