Monthly Archives: May 2013
Originally posted on Paris: People, Places and Bling:
Bas-reliefs by Alfred Auguste Janniot, MUSÉE D’ART MODERNE, Palais de Tokyo, 1937 (Photos by T. Brack) Zelda Fitzgerald and Kitty, Baltimore Sun, 1932 (T. Brack’s archives) By Theadora Brack Blushing wildly, I…
Originally posted on MaggieMart:
It’s the 130th anniversary of the Brooklyn Bridge! Let’s celebrate by exploring some of the unknown facts about this national landmark. Follow the link under the photo to take you to the article. 10…
Billy Bevan with an Ostrich Billy Bevan (born William Bevan Harris, 29 September 1887 – 26 November 1957) was an Australian film actor. He appeared in 254 American films between 1916 and 1950. Bevan was born in the country town … Continue reading
Cléopatra Diane (“Cléo”) de Mérode (1875-1966) Alexandre Falguière sculpted The Dancer in her image, which today can be seen in the Musée d’Orsay.
Elinor Field with “Keystone Teddy”, Circa 1918 Elinor As A Sennett “Bathing Beauty”, Elinor Field Has 76 Film Credits From 1917 to 1934 “Keystone Teddy” the Wonder Dog, was the first canine superstar of Hollywood, he was a Great Dane … Continue reading
Jetta Goudal born Juliette Henriette Goudeket July 12, 1891 – January 14, 1985 Goudal appeared in several highly successful and acclaimed films for Cecil B. DeMille and became one of the top box office draws of the late 1920s. Jetta … Continue reading
Lillian Gish, Circa 1922 “The First Lady of American Cinema”. American stage, screen and television actress whose film acting career spanned 75 years, from 1912 to 1987. This photo is a very fine example, have a close look. Photo restored … Continue reading
Gloria Swanson and Phyllis Haver on the set of The Pullman Bride (1917) Keystone Film Company AKA – La noce à Boursouflé (France) Comedy Short Starring; Gloria Swanson, Mack Swain, Chester Conklin, Laura La Varnie Photo – restored/custom by N.J.D.
Louise Brooks Dressed In White, Sitting On Desk. Very Nice Restored Photo.