Today's images are from a January 1930 Harper's Bazaar. My Harper's are my prize possesions. I just love the images. This one was very hard to scan. I did not want to break the spine so that are not as straight as I would have wanted. I hope you enjoy them anyway. As always feel free to use any of the images on my website in your artwork but please do not post or sell the original image on the web in a group or collection. If you use one in a project and post it to your site please link it back to here or leave a comment in the comments section of the image on this site so we can all enjoy. I love to see what you create. That is what inspires me to post and collect more vintage items.
To my Friends: I have been a little sad lately because I am seeing more and more of my images on other peoples sites in their original form( I know they are mine because when I right click the image they have my titles). I realize that we all save vintage images from other people site and after awhile forget where we got them. I just don't post these original images on my blog . So I thought I should post about it before I get so discouraged that I stop posting vintage images. I would greatly appreciate it if you would direct them to this site for a copy of the image and not post the original on you site. This site is a labor of love. I post these images for artist to use in their artwork and then in return to share with us on this site. I love to collect the images to share with you. I spend every weekend in the spring and summer at Flea Markets searching for the perfect images to post here. Though these are not my original artwork, I do fix and rework each image so they are presentable to post here free of charge. Some of these are very damaged when I buy them. Also if you do happen to see one posted on someone elses site can you please post in their comment section that they can find more images here at Clearly Vintage. Thank you so much to all my loyal followers.