It looks like Ponjola was a movie in1923, which was based on a book. Sounds like a good start. The Movie stars Anna Q. Nilsson, who I am not familiar with. According to Wikipedia she was a well known silent film actress, actually...."In 1926 she was named Hollywood's most popular woman."
|Anna Q Nilsson?|
Here are some images I pulled when I Googled her name. I wonder if these are the Ponjola bob. In the book it was referenced that they were shaving the back of Zelda's neck to show off the bob. So these would fit.
So that is what I have found. If any one really knows or has a picture of a Ponjola bob I would love to see it.
Also I ran across this blurb taken from an article written in 1926 about the origin of the term "Flapper". I thought it was interesting and I had not heard it put exactly in this way before.
The term "flapper" was used originally in England to designate the girl between fourteen and seventeen years of age. And as the name implies, it meant the awkward age, before she had acquired poise and dignity. She was supposed to need a certain type of clothes—long, straight lines to cover her awkwardness—and the stores advertised these gowns as "flapper-dresses."
Thats all for now