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an old book cover with a woman and two dogs
Eugene Bilbrew
a magazine cover with an image of a woman's face and eyelashes on it
Tush (1) - Coverjunkie
a woman laying on the ground with her legs wrapped in red tape and wearing black stockings
1940s Fetish: The first 26 BIZARRE Magazine Covers
an image of a man with a mustache and no shirt holding something in his hand
Allen & Ginter | Jimmy Carroll, Pugilist, from World's Champions, Series 1 (N28) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
a man with no shirt standing on one leg and holding his hands behind his back
Евгений Сандов - отец бодибилдинга
the back of a man's body with tattoos on it and a dragon drawn on his chest
Freaky Fauna’s Tumblr: Photo
Freaky Fauna’s
an old photo of a man wearing a hat
Adventures of the Blackgang
Adventures of the Blackgang
an old comic strip with a woman wrapped in bandages and the caption hurry mother i can't wait
She told her surgeon she wanted to look like a movie star, she didn't care which one. He made her look like George Clooney with a big bosom.
an old photo of a man in wrestling gear drinking from a bottle while leaning against a column
Eugen Sandow (1867-1925) - Find a Grave Memorial
The handsome Hebrew: Eugen Sandow. Born Friederich Wilhelm Mueller on April 2, 1867. He began his career as a sideshow "strongman." Early in life, and with the help of showman Florenz Ziegfeld, Sandow decided it wasn't enough to simply demonstrate his strength, but to actually display his muscular physique as though it were a work of art. He soon made his "Muscle Displays" the main feature of a Vaudeville stage show and at the Chicago Worlds Fair.
an image of a gorilla face with big orange eyes and fangs on it's head
Maschere dell'Horror Paurose da Stampare e Ritagliare
Maschera di Carnevale del gorilla da stampare gratis e ritagliare
an old photo of a man with his arms crossed
Louis Cyr - The Strongest Man in History
Strongest Man.weighing close to 18 pounds at birth and, from an early age, those around him were impressed with his natural strength. At the age of twelve Louis was a lumberjack and stories of his strength became legendary amongst his peers and coworkers. In 1878, Standing just five feet and ten inches – but weighing in at over 230 pounds – Louis stunned the crowd by lifting a horse clear off the ground.