The Sleeping Beauty by Crooke

William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London)
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London) Musée Nicéphore Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 211, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Niépce

Black and White, 1934

Jan de Meyere (1879-1950) :: “Black and White”. Art Deco study, 1922 (?). Halftone print from The Amateur Photographer & Cinematographer, July 18th 1934. | src eBay
Jan de Meyere (1879-1950) :: “Black and White”. Art Deco study, 1922 (?). Halftone print from The Amateur Photographer & Cinematographer, July 18th 1934. [full page] | src eBay

The Shadow of the Sand, 1935

Forman Hanna :: Nude study titled ‘The Shadow of the Sand’, 1935. The Amateur Photographer & Cinematographer. | src eBay
Forman Hanna was internationally known for his pictorial-style photography. His photographs were exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibits in New York, Washington D.C., London, Glasgow and Paris. Raised in a small Texas town, Hanna had his first encounters with photography and most of his art training through camera-club magazines. Emulating the Pictorialist style, he used his western surroundings as subject matter.
While working as a pharmacist in Globe, Arizona, Hanna made frequent trips to nearby canyons and Pueblo villages to photograph what the believed was a lost way of life. Recognized for his Arizona landscapes, he often exhibited in the juried shows of camera clubs.  Hanna’s choice of subject matter reflected his lifelong residence in Arizona. He frequently turned his camera on the Native Americans of the Southwest, idealizing the lifestyle of the Apache, Navajo, and Hopi tribes. He was also accomplished at picturing female nudes, which he classically posed in the area’s natural surrounding [quoted from source]

Chrysalis (1933) by R. Maingot

Rosalind Maingot :: ‘Chrysalis’, Art Deco nude study, 1933. From: The Amateur Photographer, November 1933. | src eBay
Rosalind Maingot :: ‘Chrysalis’, Art Deco nude study, 1933. From the London Salon of Photography. Published in The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, November 1933. | src eBay

The Gardener’s Daughter, 1910s

Emma Barton (Mrs. G.A. Barton) :: The Gardener’s Daughter. Published in The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LIV, 1398, p. 66 (1911). From The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition. | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce
Far up the porch there grew an Eastern rose,
Gown’d in pure white, that fitted to the shape,
Holding the bush, to fix it back, she stood,
A single steam of all her soft brown hair
Poured on one side. (Tennyson)

Miss Jessie King, p. 1913

James Craig Annan :: Miss Jessie King. Published in The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LVII, 1481, p. 156 (1913). James Craig Annan (1864-1946), Glasgow, Scotland, One-Man Show («The A.P.» Little Gallery, London) | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce

L´ Été, ca. 1909

Céline Laguarde :: L´ Été, ca. 1909. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. L, 1305, p. 330, October 5th, 1909. Céline Laguarde, Aix-en-Provence, Exposition (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce
Céline Laguarde :: L´ Été, ca. 1909. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. L, 1305, p. 330, October 5th, 1909. Céline Laguarde, Aix-en-Provence, Exposition (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce

Enigmatic portrait, “Roda”, 1934

Jehangir N. Unwalla :: Enigmatic portrait, “Roda”, 1934 by Indian photographer J.N. Unwalla. Published in The Amateur Photographer Mach 21st 1934. | src eBay
J.N. Unwalla was a Mumbai (Bombay) based fashion and advertising photographer. He was a member of the Royal Photographic Society and the Camera Pictorialists of Los Angeles and exhibited internationally from 1922 until 1960. | src eBay