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1920s. Anna May Wong (January 3, 1905 – February 3, 1961) was an American actress. She is considered to be the first Chinese American movie star, and also the first Asian American actress to gain international recognition. Her long and varied career spanned silent film, sound film, television, stage and radio.

vintage ❃ anna may wong 黃柳霜 (los angeles † santa monica, californie sino américaine portrait actress

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beauty - "flapprer" Myrna Loy with bobbed hair and finger curls, vintage photo

Halo Headdress by Russ Kruse | This Halo Headdress is a plains-style, hand crafted piece of art that is fitting for any collection of authentic western and native art.

Halo Headdress by Russ Kruse

This Halo Headdress is a plains-style, hand crafted piece of art that is fitting for any collection of authentic western and native art. Stand sold separately The carefully painted feathers and elabor

Florenz Ziegfeld and His Broadway Girls: "Ziegfeld Girls" , http://webvox.co/florenz-ziegfeld-broadway-girls/

Florenz Ziegfeld and His Broadway Girls: "Ziegfeld Girls" - "девушки Зигфилда".

Вивьен Ли - Титания Vivien Leigh as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1937

Vivien Leigh as 'Titania, Queen Of The Fairies' - 1937 - A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Old Vic Theatre, London - My favotite actress in my favorite Shakespearean play :D

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An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

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

Firebird  (American Ballet Theater) Designer: Galina Solovyeva

Misty Copeland, one of three ABT ballerinas selected by Alexei Ratmansky, to premiere in his new production of Firebird, tries on her new headdress.

The dancer Lina Basquet with much glitter in her hot outfit, balancing on high altitude, 1926

Lina Basquette - 1926 - Dancer and musical comedy star, rehearsing new steps for an upcoming production on a ledge of the roof of the Hotel Commodore, twenty-eight stories above Street, New York.

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