Dancing the “Lindbergh Hop”

George Rinhart :: “These pretty girls from the Honeymoon Lane Company introduce the latest dance step, called the Lindbergh Hop, in honor of Captain Charles A. Lindbergh of New York to Paris nonstop flight fame. The girls are, left to right, Marjorie Joesting, Dorothy Proudlock, Emerita Monsch, and Anita Foy.” (original caption) | src Getty Images

Dancer Maria Moreno

George Rinhart :: “Pretty Maria Moreno, who is gaining prominence through her classical dances which she conceives and executes. She is a native Italian.” (original caption) | src Getty Images

Waneya with Foot over Head

George Rinhart :: Waneya, world-renowned acrobatic dancer, in a most difficult pose. One can almost understand how Waneyo gets into these queer positions, but how does she get out of them? Undated photograph, circa 1920. (original caption) | src Getty Images

Wearing an Egyptian Costume

George Rinhart :: Miss Afton McWilliams, member of the New York Art Colony, who has gained fame with her paintings of Hollywood movie stars, and creations in dance costumes, is shown in an Egyptian costume of her own design. (original caption) | src Getty Images

Margaret Severn Dancers Club

George Rinhart :: [original caption] Beautiful and grotesque masks on some of the founder members of the new and unusual Dancers Club. At right is the originator and director of the club, Margaret Severn, who made the attractive masks. Photo by George Rinhart (Corbis) | src Getty Images

The night of spooks and witches

George Rinhart :: Two People Wearing Halloween Costumes, October 29, 1923, Original Caption: Tis the night of spooks and witches, tis Halloween…And they will be at every party, offering plenty of merriment and creepy feelings on the night they duck for apples, light the pumpkin shells and celebrate Halloween. (Photo © Corbis) | src Getty Images

Children Carving Pumpkin, 1930

George Rinhart :: Children Carving Pumpkin with NYC Backdrop, 1930. Original Caption: James N. Leslie, Jr., cuts a Halloween pumpkin while Juanita Geelan looks on. In the distance is the famous New York City skyline. (Photo © Corbis) | src Getty Images