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Ziegfeld Follies (1907-1931) SAC


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Ziegfeld Follies (1907-1931) SAC

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Anna Held of Ziegfeld Follies- Theatre Magazine [United States] (January 1909)

Vintage 1923, Bert and Betty Wheeler in the Ziegfeld Follies, NYC, www.RevWill.com

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Onetime Ziegfeld Girl Billie Burke famous for being THE GOOD WITCH in The Wizard of Oz and once married to Flo Ziegfeld was loved for her trademark giggle. If you like comedies. I recommend Topper w/Cary Grant & Billie or any of her movies.

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Glorifying the American Girl

Josephine Baker

Flo Ziegfeld portrait...

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Ziegfeld girl~ Jean Ackerman...

From La Revue des Folies Bergere, 1924. costumes designed by Erte

Josephine Baker

Marion Davies~Before her tenure as the reigning queen of Hollywood society, and her long-standing position as mistress of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies was among the most beautiful of Florence Ziegfeld's glorified American girls.

Ziegfeld performer~ Fanny Brice...

Billie Burke~ Ziegfeld Theatre...

Ziegfeld girl~ Jean Ackerman...

Josephine Baker

Young Will Rogers, Oklahoma Cowboy. Probably taken for the Ziegfield Follies.

Gypsy Rose Lee ~ for Lektrolite lighters..

Fanny Brice ~ “My Man” sheet music 1921

Fanny Brice

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Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker

Ziegfeld Follies marquee at the New Amsterdam theater...

Ziegfeld Follies

Anna Held ~ c. 1902 ~ 'The Hourglass'. Florenz Ziegfeld's common law wife. Ziegfeld left her, for Billie Burke. Served during WWI as an entertainer and given military honors...

"Make Believe" ~ from Ziegfeld's "Show Boat” 1927...

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