Amy Boutell
Amy Boutell
Amy Boutell

Amy Boutell

Callot Soeurs, 1914

Callot Soeurs Dress - c. 1923 - by Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895-1937) - Silk, cotton, plastic

Virginia Biddle "Showboat" | DeBarron

Actress Agnes Ayres (1898-1940). Rose to fame during the silent film era. She was known for her role as Lady Diana Mayo in 'The Sheik' and 'The Son of the Sheik' opposite Rudolph Valentino.

Doris Dawson was an American film actress in the early days of Hollywood, mostly during the silent film era.

British actress Ivy Close, (1890-1968), acted in 44 films between 1912 and 1929. Her film career ended with the advent of talkies, as her English accent was deemed unsuitable for American audiences.

Ruth Weyher was a German film actress of the silent era. She appeared in 48 films between 1920 and 1930. She starred in the 1926 film 'Secrets of a Soul', which was directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst.

Silent film star Jetta Goudal who in this photograph epitomises the glamour and luxury of Hollywood and the 1920s.

Silent film star Jetta Goudal who in this photograph epitomises the glamour and luxury of Hollywood and the 1920s.

Greta Nissen, Harem Dance circa 1920s Oona...

Canadian born actress Norma Shearer, (1902-1983). Shearer was one of the most popular actresses in North America from the mid-1920s through the 1930s.

Norma Talmadge, 1925, photo by James Abbe

Silent film star Aileen Pringle

1918 photograph of Vera Kolodnaya, one of the first Russian silent film stars.

Dolores del Rio in 'Trail of ‘98' c.1928

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.

Cotton faille dress with sailboats and seabirds, 1930's

Elsa Schiaparelli handbag, 1938, via The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Jeanne Lanvin "Fusée" dress, 1938. #1930sfashion Via the Karen Bitterman Museum of Art