Woman in sheer garment, ca. 1920

H. Richardson Cremer :: Woman in sheer garment, ca. 1920. Vintage gelatin silver print. | src Keith de Lellis Gallery via liveauctioneers
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The Nymph, ca. 1935

Harry Richardson Cremer :: “The Nymph”, vintage nude nymph under a waterfall, ca. 1935. | src eBay
H.R. Cremer :: Titled “The Nymph”, vintage nude nymph under a waterfall, ca. 1935. Part of a collection of vintage silver gelatin images from a recent auction held in Pennsylvania from the estate of Harry Richardson Cremer. | src eBay
Harry Richardson Cremer :: “The Nymph”, vintage nude nymph under a waterfall, ca. 1935. | src eBay

Pandora’s Box, 1925

Harry Richardson Cremer :: Pandora’s Box, 1925. Hand signed by noted early 1900’s photographer H. Richardson Cremer. As written on the back of the mat: Newark Camera Club and Buffalo Salon 1925. Stamped: Apr 4 1925. | src Worthpoint
Harry Richardson Cremer :: Pandora’s Box, 1925. Hand signed on mat.

‘Mystic Cream’, 1920s-1930s

Nude of women’s legs and feet by noteworthy New York photographer, H.R. Cremer. Photo likely date to the 1920s or 1930s, when he was active. The model applies “Mystic Cream”, suggesting the photograph was possibly a study for an advertisement. | src eBay

“Beautiful like Kaloma”

“Beautiful like Kaloma“. A semi-nude woman scantily clad in a see-through silk veil. The model, like Kaloma, is standing with both hands in front of her. Original 1910-1920s French Real Photo Postcard. | src eBay

Kaloma, 1914

Kaloma, Pastime Novelty Company (PNC, PNCo.), 1914. Gelatin silver print. Unknown photographer. A nude woman, allegedly Josephine Earp, draped in a long, transparent veil. The veil covers her head and is draped to the ground. She is standing with both hands in front of her. | src The J. Paul Getty Museum
Kaloma, 1914. Toned silver print with hand-coloring. Photographer’s blind stamp, including title, copyright and date. This portrait gained fame when it was rumored to be Josephine Sarah Marcus, Wyatt Earp’s third wife. A novelty company, The Pastime Novelty Company, in New York City, published the picture as a postcard, and Kaloma became widely popular as a pin-up during World War I. | src Heritage Auctions
This photogravure of a semi-nude woman was published on the cover of I Married Wyatt Earp. Editor Glen Boyer insisted it was a picture of Josephine Earp from 1880 but the picture was actually copyrighted in 1914. The 1914 copyright is the earliest known version of the photograph. Circulated by the ABC Novelty Company in Brooklyn, New York, in 1914. It is labeled “Kaloma” underneath, and at the bottom right is printed, “© 1914-P.N.Co.”, which was the copyright of the Pastime Novelty Company. | src wikimedia
Kaloma [semi-nude woman scantily clad in a see-through silk garment], 1914. Copyright: M.L. Pressler (Canada), 1914. The most famous photo of Sadie Earp (**) that does not depict her. | src eBay
(**) Josephine Sarah “Sadie” Earp (née Marcus; 1861 – 1944) wife of Wyatt Earp.

Nude in acrobatic pose

French or German nude dancer in acrobatic pose, 1920-1930s. Original photo postcard. (Künstler foto stamp on lower right margin) | src eBay

Portrait with mirror, 1905

Séeberger Frères :: Pictorialisme. Portrait au miroir, 1905 | Portrait with mirror, 1905. Oil print process, signed in the lower left corner. | src Ader ~ Maison de ventes

Veiled nude maiden, 1920s

James Wallace Pondelicek :: Veiled nude maiden, 1920s. Signed on lower margin. | src eBay
James Wallace Pondelicek :: Veiled nude maiden, 1920s. Signed on lower margin. | src eBay