Louise Brooks, a 15 year old dancer
Source: Alice Mills the chaperone and louise brooks
TREASURES IN MY HAND
1929, Marsh 7
d'apres "les femmes" de Kiraz
Jeanne Buterne (?) peinte par Amedeo Modigliani en 1919, emblème de l'exposition sur le peintre italien au musée LAM de Villeneuve d'Ascq du 27 février au 5 juin 2016
MARCH ALL OVER THE WORLD
Cinemagazine September 20 1929
Cinemagazine - june 1930
Source: Pierre Tasso>Louise Brooks Societ/Facebook
Louie the 14th
A social Celebrity
March 1926 - A Social Celebrity -Famous Players-Lasky (Paramount) D- Malcolm St.Clair W- Pierre Collings, stort by Monte J.Katterjohn Starring- Adolphe Menjou, Louise Brooks, Chester Conklin, Elsie Lawson, Roger Davis, Josephine Drake
Hollywood Panorama, caricature of louise
Louise Brooks cop ! This picture from 1925 was part of the collection of Anastasia Reilly, colleague and close friend from the Ziegfeld Follies . Zulieka, her real first name, is the 'policewoman' to the right..At the back of this pic she had written : “Gag shot taken at Ethel Shutta’s house- where we spent a weekend. The “cop” next to the car is Louise Brooks- my pal- who married Eddie Sutherland. " If they used real policemen's uniforms those guys were naked .
Source: Silent Cinema Streets
Exposition universelle de Paris, 1900
On May 20, 1921, fourteen year old Louise Brooks played a lead role in a two-act comedy, Mr. Bob, which was staged in the auditorium of the Horace Mann intermediate school in Wichita, Kansas. Brooks played the role of Catherine Rogers. Some 600 students attended the event. Below is a picture of the cast, which includes a seated, smiling Louise Brooks. She certainly stands out, at least in my eye, in the way she holds herself -- confident, relaxed.
LOOKING LIKE LOUISE
A unkown girl poses for Retro Atelier
Jimmy Tully's Book: Beggars of Life
Step aboard the Hindenburg !