Yvonne Valée, 1926

Madame d’Ora :: Portrait of Parisian stage star and winner of the “Most Beautiful Hands” award in 1926, Yvonne Valee (1926). Snipe, agency stamp, date stamp and notations on verso. | src worthpoint

Stacia Napierkowska, ca. 1920

Mlle. Stacia Napierkowska, l’étoile de Danse et du Cinéma qui trimphe au Palace. La Rampe, 16 Set. 1923. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Stacia Napierkowska. Photo X. Editions Pathé Frères. | src cinema postcards

Stacia Napierkowska, 1922

Stacia Napierkowska. Photo Rahma. Paris Plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique. Nov. 1922. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Stacia Napierkowska. Photo Rahma. Paris Plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique. Nov. 1922. [full size, front cover] | src BnF ~ Gallica

Stacia Napierkowska, 1923

Stacia Napierkowska dans La “Nouvelle Antinéa” et Les “Bucoliques” à la Cigale. Photo RAHMA. Paris Plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique. Nº 8, 1923. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Stacia Napierkowska dans La “Nouvelle Antinéa” et Les “Bucoliques” à la Cigale. Photo RAHMA. Paris Plaisirs: revue mensuelle esthétique et humoristique. Nº 8, 1923. [full size image] | src BnF ~ Gallica

Napierkowska (postcards)

Stacia Napierkowska. French postcard. Editions Filma nº 14. Films Eclipse. Les Vedettes du Cinéma. | src Truus, Bob & Jan
G. et L. Manuel Frères :: Stacia Napierkowska. French postcard by Cinémagazine-Edition, Paris, nº 229. Sent by mail in 1928. Photo: Studio G.L. Manuel Frères. | src Truus, Bob & Jan on Flickr
Stacia Napierkowska. French postcard by Editions Pathé Frères. Photo: A. Bért. | src Flickr
Stacia Napierkowska. Photo X. Editions Pathé Frères. | src cinema postcards

Napierkowska (postcards)

Stacia Napierowska. Photo: Pathé. French postcard. | src Truus, Bob & Jan on Flickr
Stacia Napierowska. Photo: X. French postcard. | src Truus, Bob & Jan on Flickr
Stacia Napierkowska. French postcard by Editions Pathé Frères. Photo: A. Bért. | src Truus, Bob & Jan on Flickr

Stacia Napierkowska

French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative.
French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative. | src George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress)
French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska lying on bed with pet dog and holding a Comœdia Illustré issue on right hand, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher).
French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative. | src George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress)

Napierkowska

French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative. | src George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress)
French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative.
French actress, dancer, and silent film star Stacia Napierkowska, [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Bain News Service (publisher). Glass negative. | src George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress)

Loudmilla Pitoëff, 1920-1926

Photo Albin Guillot. Mme. Loudmilla Pitoeff, the graceful and touching actress who has just made her debut as a mime and ballerina in Stravinsky and Ramuz’s History of the Soldier. Original: la gracieuse et touchante comédienne qui vient de faire dans l’Histoire du Soldat, de Stravinski et Ramuz, ses débuts de mime et de ballerine. Le Théâtre et Comœdia illustré, Mai 1924. | src BnF ~ Gallica
Die französische Schauspielerin Mme. Pitoëff als Johanna in Shaws „Heiliger Johanna“ (Zu unserm Aufsatz „Weltgeschichte auf Umwegen“ S. 66) Phot. Manuch, Paris. UHU Magazin, Januar 1926. | src Flickr
Léon Louis Pricam :: Portrait of Russian born French actress Ludmilla Pitoëff, published 5th January 1920. | src Gallica – BnF
Ludmilla Pitoëff and Georges Pitoëff (Photos Pricam). Comœdia illustré : journal artistique bi-mensuel, 5 Janvier 1920 | src Gallica – BnF