The Tattooed Lady

The Tattooed Lady

A History

Book - 2014
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Explores tattoo origins, women's labor history, circus life and the stories of several women from the late 19th century through the early 20th century who covered their bodies with tattoos and traveled the country, performing nearly nude for all to see. Includes information on Irene Woodward, Nora Hildebrandt, Artoria Gibbons, Betty Broadbent, Jean Furella Carroll, Ethel Martin, Emma de Burgh and others. Also includes some modern performers.
Publisher: Lanham, MD : Taylor Trade Publishing, 2014
Edition: Second edtion
ISBN: 9781589799967
1589799968
Characteristics: 154 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm

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Derringer
Mar 27, 2019

If you are at all curios about the history of tattoos from the standpoint of American tattooed women - Then - This well-researched book of non-fiction should prove to be of some special interest to you.

Covering the years from the late-19th century through to the mid-20th century - "The Tattooed Lady" (which was written by Amelia Osterud) not only comes across as being quite an engaging read - But, it also includes an impressive selection of vintage, b&w photographs, as well.

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Aug 02, 2018

Featuring a great selection of vintage, b&w photographs - This informative book (covering the more contemporary history of tattoos) focuses in on this specialized topic of body art from a woman's perspective and involvement.

Carefully and thoroughly researched by American author, Amelia Osterud - "The Tattooed Lady" offers the reader a close-up look at several notable tattooed woman from the late-19th century and right through to the mid-20th century who made their mark through their illustrated bodies.

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