Ladies  of  Yesteryear by  Winston  W  Wallace
Los Angeles Circa 1915
Dorothy Parker  Miss Washington 1938
Circa 1900. "Thisbe." Who was quite the Babylonian
Negro Cabaret 1942
October 1943
Washington, D.C., circa 1938. "Dancing class, WRC studio .
1903
1938
June 17, 1922 Beauty Contest Winners 1922
1924
1926
Washington, 1918. "U.S. Navy Intelligence Bureau. Fingerprint department
1921
New York, June 3, 1921.
New York, July 5, 1921. "Whirl Girls."  Our second look at chorus girls for "The Broadway Whirl," a mu...
1927
January 28, 1922
1920
1921
1924
1919
1926
1st Miss America 1921
First Miss America 1925 Margaret Gorman
1925
Rice Princess 1938
1920
1923
The  End Winston W Wallace
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Ladies Of Yesteryear

  1. 1. Ladies of Yesteryear by Winston W Wallace
  2. 2. Los Angeles Circa 1915
  3. 3. Dorothy Parker Miss Washington 1938
  4. 4. Circa 1900. "Thisbe." Who was quite the Babylonian
  5. 5. Negro Cabaret 1942
  6. 6. October 1943
  7. 7. Washington, D.C., circa 1938. "Dancing class, WRC studio .
  8. 8. 1903
  9. 9. 1938
  10. 10. June 17, 1922 Beauty Contest Winners 1922
  11. 11. 1924
  12. 12. 1926
  13. 13. Washington, 1918. "U.S. Navy Intelligence Bureau. Fingerprint department
  14. 14. 1921
  15. 15. New York, June 3, 1921.
  16. 16. New York, July 5, 1921. "Whirl Girls." Our second look at chorus girls for "The Broadway Whirl," a musical comedy revue at the Times Square Theatre
  17. 17. 1927
  18. 18. January 28, 1922
  19. 19. 1920
  20. 20. 1921
  21. 21. 1924
  22. 22. 1919
  23. 23. 1926
  24. 24. 1st Miss America 1921
  25. 25. First Miss America 1925 Margaret Gorman
  26. 26. 1925
  27. 27. Rice Princess 1938
  28. 28. 1920
  29. 29. 1923
  30. 30. The End Winston W Wallace

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