Ann Pennington by White studio

White studio :: Jazz age revue showgirl Ann Pennington caught by the photographer while dancing the Black Bottom, 1920s. Pennington starred on Broadway in the 1910s and 1920s, notably in the Ziegfeld Follies and George White’s Scandals. | src Grapefruitmoon gallery on eBay
White studio :: Ann Pennington caught by the photographer while dancing the Black Bottom, 1920s. | src Grapefruitmoon Gallery

The Tatler, February 1922

White Studio :: Hasoutra dancing orientally in “The Perfect Fool”. The Tatler, February 1922. | src internet archive
Dainty Dancers on Stage and Screen: Ula Sharon, Ernestine Myers and Dorothy Valerga. The Tatler, February 1922. | src internet archive
Vivienne Segal in “Little Miss Raffles”. The Tatler, February 1922. | src internet archive

Arabesque, 1925

White Studio :: Bela Lugosi and Hortense Alden in Arabesque, 1925. Reverse displays photo credit ink stamp and a descriptive caption label: Hortense Alden (the Bedouin) and Bela Lugosi (the Sheik), whom she lures to his destruction in “Arabesque”, a modern comedy of manners at the National Theatre. | src Heritage Auctions

Vera Duby by White, 1920

White Studio :: Vera Ruby dans un costume d’Afgar, Novembre 1920. | src diktats
White Studio :: Portrait de Vera Ruby dans un costume dessiné par Paul Poiret pour la pièce Afgar. Cette pièce a été présentée à New-York au Central Theatre en novembre 1920. | Portrait of Vera Ruby in a costume designed by Paul Poiret for the play Afgar. The play was presented in New York at the Central Theater in November 1920.| src diktats

Lubovska as Cleopatra, 1915

White Studio (NY) :: Portrait of ‘Russian’ dancer Désirée Lubowska [aka Mme Lubowska or Lubovska], full-length portrait, standing, right profile, in Cleopatra costume, 1915. (Désirée Lubovska was not actually Russian. It was the stage name of American born dancer Winniefred Foote). | src Les sources d’une île