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vince garcia
Re: The Party's Over
Sun Sep 2, 2018 3:43am
2001:558:6012:3e:e879:d483:b8c9:5300

Deborah--you are in a rather small group if you think EP was not beautiful. Her beauty is regularly attested to by historians. And even one of her Latin neighbors, referring to her looks, said "She was a goddess." And if you look at enough of a variety of photos of Victorian women (I have), they were all to often really unattractive in that era compared to her

Even today, she'd be considered good looking

  • Re: The Party's OverDeborah, Sat Sep 1 4:18pm
    Hairlines are identical in both younger and older shots. All cheekbones identical. I don't see that Sundance's left ear is sticking out. Butch always was butt ugly anyway and even more so as he aged. ... more
    • Re: The Party's Over — vince garcia, Sun Sep 2 3:43am
      • Re: The Party's OverDeborah, Sun Sep 2 7:24am
        I just see a bland, no-big-deal face and messy hair. About her disappearance, I've always thought that fate settled her hash in the SF earthquake.
        • Re: The Party's Overvince garcia, Sun Sep 2 9:34am
          That may be what you see. Your view is in the minority as I've tried to point out. I also dislike the music of Adele. I'm in the minority there myself Not impossible you're right about SF but we... more
          • Re: The Party's OverDeborah, Sun Sep 2 11:48am
            I see no reason to believe that Etta survived. Wanted posters were up as far away is Tahiti. No matter what color she may have have dyed that messy mop, she would have been recognized somewhere,... more
            • Re: The Party's Overvince garcia, Sun Sep 2 1:28pm
              You're making her far more famous than she was. Wanted posters of her weren't posted on every wall. I doubt 1 of 100 people ever heard of her. Even if you search newspapers for her name, very few... more
              • Ettajim lynch, Sun Sep 2 5:59pm
                The family that I have been in contact with for over ten years now all say she came to Alberta Ca in 1921. That family has done dna just this year. Hopeful by triangulation we can find her.
                • Etta's Penmanshipvince garcia, Fri Sep 7 11:09am
                  Here is a question--can we look at her signature and see anything about it that would Indicate a Canadian style of penmanship? I don't know if they had a different sort of style or not
                • Re: Ettavince garcia, Fri Sep 7 11:08am
                  good to hear!
              • Re: The Party's OverDeborah , Sun Sep 2 2:14pm
                Even now when a person utterly disappears it's because the individual is dead.
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