Milla Jojovich's Grandmother?
Oops, misspelled that last name- Milla Jovovich
She's kind of a carpenters dream.
So does that mean you'd get board with her?
Pretty! Iíll bet she was a wild young thing. She has that ďlookĒ l like. Most likely, the day turned out very nicely for the fellow taking the picture with his Brownie . If that photo were taken in 1920, when she was 18, that would mean she was born in 1902, 116 years ago. I wonder how her life turned out... Jim Patrick
Your arithmetic makes her the same age as my grandmother, who lived 1902-2000 (passed at age 97). It is truly interesting to look at these old photos and ponder how the next 80 or so years went.
Interesting, Henry. If, by some amazing coincidence, she is your grandmother, please accept my apology.... Jim Patrick
PS. My grandmother was born in 1900, married in 1919 and had 6 kids in the next decade, raised them through the hardships of the Great Depression, saw 2 sons survive WW II and died in 1992..
That Tudor would be a '23 at the earliest ?
Any body else see an image of a guy with glasses looking thru the windshield ?
Even at that young age, my grandmother was a little more matronly.
Dean, uh, no.
It looks like they are in the driveway of her parentís house. The driverís side door is open, so her date must have jumped out of the car before embarking on their date to the lake to document the occassion and her long bare legs. She knows what he is up to, which is the reason for that, exasperated, ďOh, you!Ē, look, which I know well, as I have been given that look many times by my dates. LOL! Jim Patrick
Dean, I see the face but it must be an illusion. His nose is right at the split in windshield.
The left edge of the upper windshield is the top of his glasses. Jim
I doní see it.
A real catch indeed!
I keep coming back to this picture and after enjoying the lovely lady my eye drifts to some unusual mechanism behind the front fender iron. Maybe even something below the carburetor. Does this look odd to anyone else?
Sure enough, there's something on the frame behind the fender iron - I wonder what it could be ?!?
This might be a Canadian photo. I think I can see Canadian style wheel lugs.
That car has a carburetor?
Shoot, the front tire needs air per usual.
Look at what that ol' Brownie did to her left foot.
Carpenter's dream,flat as a board.
When I was younger, I could not see the beauty of women of older times. Guess it was mostly their hairstyles that looked so much different from what I was used to and liked. Nowadays, I've gotten over that and I can certainly see the beauty in THAT girl. Say what you want about her chest. I'm betting if she had the advantage of modern design attire, she would look even better.
I agree Hal. Until the girl at the top of the page, I never thought any of the pictures posted of girls from the 1920ís were attractive. Maybe it was the hairstyles, makeup, or fashions of that time that failed to accentuate the natural attributes of the woman and even in some styles, concealed and flattened them, but they just werenít very pretty, but this girl is a natural beauty that rivals the prettiest girls of today. Give her something as simple as a push up bra and she would be pinup quality. Jim Patrick
It looks like a '24 to me, judging from the windshield slide arms and the finger pulls. Dave
You guys keep looking at the car. That baffles me.
Hal, they're called purists.....
Sorry, at my age I can only look at her for a few hours and then my mind begins to drift. ;O)
When the mind drifts, the fun begins...
She actually looks like a normal beautiful woman. She lived in the days before the plastic surgery and padding became popular.
Hey! Big'uns just hang lower with age.
I'm not into that cheap physical stuff... :o
Nice! The girlís not bad either, but I still like the girl of the original post, better.
I can't believe no one has posted a picture of Christina! Has everyone forgotten about her? Dave
The girl on the left must prefer riding horses to riding in Model Tís. Kinda bow legged. Jim Patrick
Here's an oldie: "A woman is as old as she looks, and a man is old when he stops lookin'!"
Iíll never be too old to look, even when Iím too old to act on it. Jim Patrick
PS. David, if you like Christina and would like to see more pictures, her name is Christina Scorochod, AKA Christina Noel. A search of her name will direct you to several sites including her Facebook page that contain lots of her modeling photos. Enjoy.
My wife says: "You can look but Don't touch." And: "When you stop looking, I'm putting you in the ground."
That pretty much covers it all.
Steve, Flat was the preferred look in the '20s. Watch "Thoroughly Modern Millie". There is a bit discussing this.
Unlike todayís fashions, which enhance the womanís bust, the fashions in the teens and Ď20ís actually went so far as to flatten what breasts a woman had. Perhaps men back then preferred that innocent, little girl look. Of course there were exceptions to the rule as evidenced by our, not so innocent looking flapper girl at the top of the page. LOL! Jim Patrick