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a dancing company has turned the roof of their theatre into a beach where they are taking turns watering each other with fresh water on July 22, 1929 in New York City

a dancing company has turned the roof of their theatre into a beach where they are taking turns watering each other with fresh water on July 22, 1929 in New York City


a bench full of complainants listening to Assistant State’s Attorney Robert M Woodward make his charges to the Admiration Products Co which is claimed to have run a beauty contest to lure young girls into white slavery, Chicago, Illinois, July 22, 1926

WHITE SLAVERY!!!!!!!!!!

a bench full of complainants listening to Assistant State’s Attorney Robert M Woodward make his charges to the Admiration Products Co which is claimed to have run a beauty contest to lure young girls into white slavery, Chicago, Illinois, July 22, 1926

WHITE SLAVERY!!!!!!!!!!


"It is just as important to be correctly costumed for the beach as it is for the ballroom. Louise Brooks, youthful Paramount player, admits that bathing outfits are her special hobby, and this picture proves [sic] the fact." (x)
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"It is just as important to be correctly costumed for the beach as it is for the ballroom. Louise Brooks, youthful Paramount player, admits that bathing outfits are her special hobby, and this picture proves [sic] the fact." (x)
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"It is just as important to be correctly costumed for the beach as it is for the ballroom. Louise Brooks, youthful Paramount player, admits that bathing outfits are her special hobby, and this picture proves [sic] the fact." (x)

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Cabaret du Ciel, 1927. Photo by Man Ray.
Standing: Hans Arp, Jean Caupenne, Georges Sadoul, André Breton, Pierre Unik, Yves Tanguy, Cora, André Thirion, René Crevel, Suzanne Musard, and Frédéric Mégret.
Seated: Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Camille Goëmans, and Madame Goëmans
This photograph recently sold at auction for approximately $10,000.

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Cabaret du Ciel, 1927. Photo by Man Ray.

Standing: Hans Arp, Jean Caupenne, Georges Sadoul, André Breton, Pierre Unik, Yves Tanguy, Cora, André Thirion, René Crevel, Suzanne Musard, and Frédéric Mégret.

Seated: Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Camille Goëmans, and Madame Goëmans

This photograph recently sold at auction for approximately $10,000.

Colleen Moore, popular motion picture star, is very fond of dogs, and particularly of the big Saint Bernard that appears with her above.  Miss Moore began her screen career at the age of fifteen.  The first picture in which she made an outstanding hit was Flaming Youth.  There followed in rapid succession stellar roles in such important productions as So Big, Sally, Irene and Twinkletoes.  She was born in Michigan, but grew up in Tampa, Florida.  In private life she is Mrs John E McCormick
Miss Moore is seen here in the charming flagged garden of her home in the Wilshire section of Los Angeles
Despite her busy career as a First National Star, Colleen Moore often finds time for her favorite game of tennis
photographs by Henry Freulich

Colleen Moore, popular motion picture star, is very fond of dogs, and particularly of the big Saint Bernard that appears with her above.  Miss Moore began her screen career at the age of fifteen.  The first picture in which she made an outstanding hit was Flaming Youth.  There followed in rapid succession stellar roles in such important productions as So Big, Sally, Irene and Twinkletoes.  She was born in Michigan, but grew up in Tampa, Florida.  In private life she is Mrs John E McCormick

Miss Moore is seen here in the charming flagged garden of her home in the Wilshire section of Los Angeles

Despite her busy career as a First National Star, Colleen Moore often finds time for her favorite game of tennis

photographs by Henry Freulich

the eleven finalists for the great beauty parade just held at Madrid, to choose the Queen of Beauty for the forthcoming carnival in the city - July 15, 1929

the eleven finalists for the great beauty parade just held at Madrid, to choose the Queen of Beauty for the forthcoming carnival in the city - July 15, 1929

these stenographers on vacation are taking no chance of going stale. Here they are taking daily classes to keep in practice at Camp Kitteredge, New York, July 14, 1926

these stenographers on vacation are taking no chance of going stale. Here they are taking daily classes to keep in practice at Camp Kitteredge, New York, July 14, 1926

next to catching sharks in a gold fish bowl, checkers is the least exciting game in the world, but when you’ve finished an arduous seven weeks of motion picture production like the Duncan sisters did in their first United Artists picture - Topsy & Eva - what would you expect two tired girls to do in resting up?  Here the famous sisters, Vivian and Rosetta, are seen indulging in the feverish battle of checkers at Santa Monica where they have a summer home

next to catching sharks in a gold fish bowl, checkers is the least exciting game in the world, but when you’ve finished an arduous seven weeks of motion picture production like the Duncan sisters did in their first United Artists picture - Topsy & Eva - what would you expect two tired girls to do in resting up?  Here the famous sisters, Vivian and Rosetta, are seen indulging in the feverish battle of checkers at Santa Monica where they have a summer home