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  • Pam Howard

    Edward Steichen photo of Gloria Swanson during the silent film era 1924

  • 三木貴幸 Takayuki Miki

    Image appeared in Vanity Fair’s 1928 issue and features a dramatically made up Gloria Swanson in a black headwrap behind a screen of lace. Photo by Edward Steichen

  • M M

    Condé Nast Archive Collection Gloria Swanson, 1928 Approved and printed under supervision of Vogue's Photography Director, Ivan Shaw This Edward Steichen image appeared in Vanity Fair's February 01, 1928 issue and features a dramatically made up Gloria Swanson in a black headwrap behind a screen of lace

  • Kristen Alexander

    @EdwardSteichen @GloriaSwanson #Photography Master #Black and White #lace

  • MoJo Musing

    1924: Photographic Art by Edward Steichen. Film Actress Gloria Swanson Vanity Fair Magazine.

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Beautiful Edwardian Girl (1911) Vintage hand colored real photo postcard, circulated in 1911, divided back, published by Gustave Liersch & Co. (GLCo), Berlin, Germany.

  • KatHerine Knox

    Hauntingly beautiful, love

  • Shayla Renee

    This little lady's name is Grete Reinwald. She, along with her almost identical sister Hanni, were of German origin and grew up to be actresses and models!

  • Ms. Sadie

    Thanks Shayla. I had heard her name before and know of her sister. I may have some photos of her.