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Fania Marinoff

tiffanyandco: “ Tiffany diamonds were the screen darlings of the Jazz Age. Here, starlet Fania Marinoff (circa demonstrates that nothing burns brighter in black and white.

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Lily Elsie, the Edwardian Theatre actress, in Lucile costume, 1907 "The Merry Widow" costume by Lucile Ltd, Lady Duff Gordon

Dolores Del Rio, probably from the late 1920s. via http://starletshowcase.blogspot.com/2007/09/intro.html

Dolores del Rio Dolores del Río born María de los Dolores Asúnsolo López-Negrete, was a Mexican film actress. She was a Hollywood star in the and and led the way for other Mexican actresses to work in the Golden City.

Bertie Beaumont (1889-1934), in 1922 - Musical comedy and vaudeville performer in the early 1900's. An excellent dancer and skilled comedienne.

Bertie Beaumont in 1922 - Musical comedy and vaudeville performer in the early An excellent dancer and skilled comedienne.

The Fairbanks Twins. Madeline (15 November 1900 – 15 January 1989) and her twin sister Marion (15 November 1900 – 20 September 1973) were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era

Silent Film Stars The Fairbank Sisters (Madeline & Marion), were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era - photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston, c.

Love this vintage costume

Vintage Clothes a butterfly hostess gown of sapphire blue with brilliants and crystals and a silver turban worn by actress Evelyn Brent - 1930

Mary Nolan was an American stage and film actress, singer and dancer. She began her career as a Ziegfeld girl in the 1920s performing under the stage name Imogene "Bubbles" Wilson.

Mary Nolan, (December 1905 – October was an American actress dancer. Her eyes are alive!

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