The Golden Age of Hollywood

Leading Lady Tournament: 1930s Results

Leading Lady Tournament: 1930s Results.

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Classic Movie Kisses

Classic Movie Kisses.

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Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Jailhouse Rock (1957).

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The Many Criss-Crosses of Strangers on a Train

The Many Criss-Crosses of Strangers on a Train.

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Coming in March…

Coming in March….

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Sweet Charity (1969)

Sweet Charity (1969).

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A few Katharine Hepburn funnies in this post!


A sweet article from 2007 about Katharine Hepburn’s youngest sister, Peg Perry.

Spotlight on the Stacks with Librarian Patricia Moore

A close friend of mine recently sent me an article from a July issue of the New York Times describing “A Hipper Crowd of Shushers“… stating, in essence, that today’s librarians are quite hip and not at all the stereotyped bun-wearers of yesteryear. I replied that I always knew librarians were hip and that finally, after many many years of hipness, the NYT finally caught on. But that leads me to the subject of this blog: the draw of the professional library world and why (or actually who) inspired me to become a librarian.

For me, librarianship is a calling. I began working in libraries at the age of fourteen and while I have had other jobs, life experiences, and educational experiences, one constant in my life is that I’ve always worked in libraries. Some people may find it humorous to learn that I started working in libraries…

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Nineteen Fifty Four: Helen Jameson Hall

Nineteen Fifty Four: Helen Jameson Hall.

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Ginger Rogers’ Surprise Baby

Ginger Rogers’ Surprise Baby.

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