I am so delighted to be back blogging after this long hiatus. This initial post will remain short and sweet. One of the biggest changes over the past few years has been the interest I have developed in vintage costume jewelry. Practically every leading lady in the Golden Era wore costume pieces designed by iconic names such as Hattie Carnegie, Joseff and Miriam Haskell. However, I realized that this will be a good post for a later time. With Thanksgiving only two days away, I decided it would be appropriate to share some festive images of film icons related to this holiday. I have a great deal to be thankful for this year and my return to the blogging community is just one of many.
Endicott, New York is a unique city in America. It was formed by the blood and sweat of hard-working immigrants along with the innovative ideals of industrial democracy. Endicott Johnson Shoes and IBM were two iconic organizations that were born in this area. In addition to its rich history, it is the city my relatives have called home for generations. It is where my parents met, and where I was born. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to travel back to this area this week to visit family members. During my stay here, I watched a fascinating documentary that intrigued and reignited my pride in having been born in the great state of New York (not that I don’t love living in Minnesota, mind you). Therefore, I am dedicating this post to some of the famous classic cinema icons that were born in New York.