zelda fitzgerald                                                                                                                                                                                 More

morgandegrey: Jean Ackermann (Old Paint)

This has been colorized and it is beautiful. Jean Ackerman - Ziegfeld Follies Girl - Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of and in Ziegfeld’s musicals Rosalie, Whoopee 1928 and Smiles 1930 (hair idea for me.

Love this quirky photo of Zelda Fitzgerald. Don't like her, but she DID marry F. Scott, so you gotta cut her some slack.

Zelda Fitgerald was an author and the wife of F. Her lifestyle made her a celebrity outside the literary world, and her husband called her "the first American Flapper.

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald - at the time he was writing a fantasy novel, the working title "The Legend of Zelda"... nah just kidding, but he should have been

Fascinating folk: Zelda Fitzgerald

Sometimes Madness Is Wisdom: Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald: A Marriage by Kendall Taylor

Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald is probably one of the most interesting characters in the 20th century. She was an icon of her age, dubbed ‘the first American flapper’, and married to one of the most famous and influential writers of the time, F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose work we now call ‘quintessential’.

Fascinating folk: Zelda Fitzgerald

Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby), took up ballet training at age 27 . spent most of her adult life in mental facilities and hospitals.

miss-flapper:    Zelda Fitzgerald, circa 1920s.    Zelda is such a chameleon on her photos…I’d recognise her from this one, but her appearance differs so markedly!

miss-flapper: Zelda Fitzgerald, circa She was a rebel of her time. Zelda is such a chameleon on her photos…I’d recognise her from this one, but her appearance differs so markedly!

F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald - 1920 - @Mlle ... Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was a Montgomery, Alabama girl.

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald~ Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was the muse of the Jazz Age. Zelda was Scott’s personal inspiration, the model for almost every fictional heroine he created. How beautiful

Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald | IndieBound

Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: the Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald edited by Jackson R Bryer and Cathy W.

Zelda Sayre to F. Scott Fitzgerald-I look down the tracks and see you coming—and out of every haze & mist your darling rumpled trousers are hurrying to me—Without you, dearest dearest I couldn't see or hear or feel or think—or live—I love you so and I'm never in all our lives going to let us be apart another night. It's like begging for mercy of a storm or killing Beauty or growing old, without you. I want to kiss you so—and in the back where your dear hair starts and your chest—I love…

15 Famous Love Letters That Every Die-Hard Romantic Needs to Read

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald (Credit: Time Life Pictures/Mansell/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)

Zelda Fitzgerald, wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald.  They were quite the pair in the 20's.  The newspapers could always find a story to publish about their antics about town.

Zelda Fitzgerald An American Tragedy

Zelda: An Illustrated Life: The Private World of Zelda Fitzgerald (public library) collects 140 illustrations and 80 of her paintings from t...

Zelda Fitzgerald’s Little-Known Art

When great authors pick up the brush: Times Square, 1944 by Zelda Fitzgerald.