Frieda and Louis Berkoff

Dancer Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki
Dancers Louis and Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki
Dancers Louis and Frieda Berkoff during a leap in the air. Underwood & Underwood. 1920s | src catawiki

Press Agency / Newspaper Stamp on the reverse reads: S/644A309 By Underwood and Underwood. / Louise and Frieda Berkoff. Here’s action: How many can do this? / For once in his life “Old Man Gravity”, the well known friend of Isaac Newton, came out second best when Louis and Frieda Berkoff prectised these spectacular flying “steps” of a new Russian dance on the lawn of the Carthay Circle, a Los Angeles suburb.
Photo shows: brother and sister “Up in the air”. An exclusive Underwood photograph. Watch your credit line

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