Dolores Costello (1903 – 1979). She was nicknamed "The Goddess of the Silent Screen." She was the mother of John Drew Barrymore and the grandmother of Drew Barrymore.
Love the deco feel of this - it's like the Chrysler building!
kittyinva: This is actress Jetta Goudal in an unidentified movie from the 1920’s. As far as I know, there are only two of her films available. “The Coming of Amos”, 1925, is my favorite. The other is “Open all Night”, made in 1924 and also starring Adolphe Menjou and Viola Dana. It is available from Grapevine Video. “The Coming of Amos” is available from Amazon.
vintage belly dancer!
Helena Bonham Carter by Mert Alas Marcus Piggott for Vogue UK July 2013
Drew Barrymore in George magazine - September 1996
Beautiful photograph by Clifford Adams – Two Flappers – National Geographic. For the first time in history it was smart for a girl to be practical – and to wear clothes that demanded less care. Women’s magazines were filled with patterns based on the ‘new Paris styles’ and if a girl could sew, all she needed was the proper material and a large table, on which to lay out her new future dress. Lady Mary was recently spotted browsing Vogue! No cheap sewing patterns for her!
Clifford Adams – Two Flappers – National Geographic.