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rhytmisch bewegen    		Illustratie badnummer  het Leven aug l927

rhytmisch bewegen Illustratie badnummer het Leven aug l927

Joan Crawford as 'Joslyn Poe' - 1927 -.The 20's and Prohibition gave rise to the flapper girl and the speak easy and Jazz. The Roaring twenties culminated in the stock market crash of Oct 29 1929 named Black Friday.

Flapper Style Joan Crawford as 'Joslyn Poe' - 1927 - The Taxi Dancer - Costume Design by André-ani (uncredited) - Director: Harry F.

Love this hat! 1928 Joan Crawford  - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise - 1920s fashion

Joan Crawford - 1928 - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise (American, - love the hat, this was taken when Ms. Crawford was hound and beautiful.

Joan Crawford and Josephine Dunn in 'Our Modern Maidens', 1929

Joan Crawford and Josephine Dunn in Our Modern Maidens. Joan on the left is in a sequined coat while Josephine Dunn wears a lovely white coat over her silver-fringed dress.

JOAN CRAWFORD mid 1920's giving us the full VAMP treatment, wearing much less than normal. From Joan Crawford The Ultimate Star by Alexander Walker. (minkshmink)

JOAN CRAWFORD mid giving us the full VAMP treatment, wearing much less than normal. From Joan Crawford The Ultimate Star by Alexander Walker.

Joan Crawford’s famous Charleston kick as captured in the year 1926.

deforest: “ Joan Crawford’s famous Charleston kick as captured in the year Joan came to Hollywood in 1925 as a hard-knock Broadway chorus girl without censorship. She was a mascot of such.

Joan Crawford, 1920s

fashion consultant: Joan Crawford - Photographed from 1920 to 1930 talking about modern and vintage fashion style

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NYE: Party Like It’s 1919 at The Peacock

Anita Page, Joan Crawford, and Dorothy Sebastian in Our Dancing Daughters 1928

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford in a publicity photo for 'Our Modern Maidens.' by Ruth Harriet Louise, 1929

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