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The seventh mystery featuring Gladys Mitchell’s crocodilian sleuth, Mrs. Beatrice Adela Lestrange Bradley, is set in the depths of rural Oxfordshire presumably in the middle-1930s. As Miss Mitchell spent her youth in the village of Cowley, south-east of Oxford town, for her, this is also something of a return to her roots. 1,124 more words
Daily Photo — “Country Store, 1939”
Use the photos posted in this feature for writing prompts, warm-up activities, drawing templates or as part of a 175 more words
The two strongest characteristics of the 1930’s look focused around eyebrows and lips, both of which were accentuated beyond their normal boundaries.
Eyebrows, for example, were often plucked away and replaced with thin pencil lines far above their natural growth. 118 more words