These Are The Most Beautiful Women From The Last Century

Women have always been considered as beautiful. Though they are not defied by beauty, some embrace their beauty while others downplay it. You may know who the most beautiful women of today are. Or even 50 years ago. But have you ever wondered what was considered beautiful in the previous century? Did beauty mean the same thing that it means now? Have the parameters changed? Who qualified as beautiful then?

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These rare pictures of the last century are proof that beautiful women have existed all over the world, for a long time. These women are from diverse backgrounds and this proves that women from any field can be beautiful.

1Jean Aylwin

She was the first female comedian and often regarded as “The Lady Harry Lauder”. She was best known for creating character roles in many successful Edwardian musical comedies during the early in the 20th century. By World War 1 she turned to roles in non-musical plays. She continued her acting into the 1920s and was later a radio broadcaster.

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2Luzon Women Of Phillippines

This is an 1875 photograph taken by the Dutch photographer, Francisco van Camp. This shows that one did not need a Nikon with Photoshop skills to create mesmerizing shots. Many who have seen this image have said that she might be a mix of Chinese and Spanish. Most Filipinos are usually a mix of Chinese, Spanish, and native islanders.

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3Grand Duchess Olga

She was born on the 15th of November 1895. She was the eldest daughter of was the eldest daughter of the last Tsar of the Russian Empire who was, Emperor Nicholas II, and of Empress Alexandra of Russia. During the first World War, Olga was a nurse who nursed wounded soldiers in a military hospital.

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4Maude Fealy

Born on the 4th of March in 1883 in Memphis, Tennessee, Maude was a stage and silent film actress. She was one of the few actresses that were able to make her career survive even into the talkie era. Her first silent film debuted in 1911 for Thanhouser Studios. From then she acted in 18 more silent movies till 1917.

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5Maude Adams

She was an American actress who came into the limelight as the character Peter Pan in the 1905 Broadway production of “Peter Pan; or, The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up”. It was all thanks to her personality that helped her gain a larger audience and made her the most successful and highest-paid performer of her time. Her yearly income was over one million dollars.

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