A. Rasch portrait and postcard

albertina rasch portrait probably 1920s
Albertina Rasch (1891-1967), prima ballerina at the Hippodrome and later choreographer of the Albertina Rasch dancers who performed between vaudeville acts in the mid-1920s. | src Hippodrome research blog
Albertina Rasch (1891-1967), prima ballerina at the Hippodrome and later choreographer of the Albertina Rasch dancers who performed between vaudeville acts in the mid-1920s. | src Hippodrome research blog
Albertina Rasch (1891-1967), prima ballerina at the Hippodrome and later choreographer of the Albertina Rasch dancers who performed between vaudeville acts in the mid-1920s. | src Hippodrome research blog
Albertina Rasch (1891-1967), prima ballerina at the Hippodrome and later choreographer of the Albertina Rasch dancers who performed between vaudeville acts in the mid-1920s. | src Hippodrome research blog
Austrian-American dancer and choreographer Albertina Rasch (1891-1967). German postcard, nº 7492. Collection: Didier Hanson

Clotilde von Derp, two cards

Clotilde von Derp in dance pose. Phot. Debschitz-Kurowski; Verlag Hermann Leiser, formerly Louis Blumenthal | src internet archive
Clotilde von Derp in dance pose. Phot. Debschitz-Kurowski; Verlag Hermann Leiser, formerly Louis Blumenthal | src internet archive
Clotilde von Derp. Photo by Hanns Holdt. Vintage card; Orami Serie E. | src Virtual History
Clotilde von Derp. Photo by Hanns Holdt. Vintage card; Orami Serie E. | src Virtual History

Amateur dancers, 1920s

Just magic. Off studio postcard (1920s) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Just magic. Off studio postcard (1920s) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Serious Charleston dancing, 1920s (London studio stamp) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Serious Charleston dancing, 1920s (studio stamp: Anglo French Photo Co., 46 New Kent Road, London) | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
Egyptian in the studio, unknown date. | src unexpectedtales on Flickr
An Egyptian in the studio, unknown date. | src unexpectedtales on Flickr

Movie star Vera Kholodnaya

Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat, looking to the right. Vintage postcard. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat, looking to the right. Vintage postcard. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white blouse with ruffles, in a white hat. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, in a white hat and blouse with ruffles. Phot. M. Sakharov and P. Orlov, 1916. Postcard. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya (1893-1919) was the first star of the Russian silent cinema. At 26, the ‘Queen of Screen’ died of the Spanish flu during the pandemic of 1919. Russian postcard, nº 135. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya (1893-1919) was the first star of the Russian silent cinema. At 26, the ‘Queen of Screen’ died of the Spanish flu during the pandemic of 1919. Russian postcard, nº 135. Collection Didier Hanson. | src Flickr
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, straight, looking to the left, in a white hat. Postcard nº 39. | src Presidential Library
Vera Kholodnaya. Portrait, straight, looking to the left, in a white hat. Postcard nº 39. | src Presidential Library

Margo Lion’s portraits

Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
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Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
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Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
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3/4 length portrait
Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
Atelier Willinger :: Porträtfoto von Margo Lion, signiert (Seitenprofil). | src Akademie fur Künst
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Atelier Willinger :: Porträtfoto von Margo Lion, signiert (Seitenprofil). | src Akademie fur Künst
Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
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Privatfoto von Margo Lion, from a Fotoalbum (1920-1932). From Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst, Berlin
Porträt und Atelierfoto von Margo Lion. Postkarte, signiert. | src Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst
Porträt und Atelierfoto von Margo Lion. Postkarte, signiert. | src Marcellus Schiffer und Margo Lion Archiv at Akademie der Künst

Dialogues 2015-1910s (?)

Ronit Porat :: Untitled Kinesphere (Valeska Gert) | Tmuna Theater Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2015 | src Flickr
Valeska Gert [Berühmte Tänzerinnen (Famous Dancers) # 98] Phot. Atlantic | src Flickr

Erna Morena by Karl Schenker

Erna Morena. German postcard. 1910s, Wilhelminian era. Photo by Karl Schenker. P.A.G. Union, Berlin. Film-Sterne nº 79/6. | src Flickr
Karl Schenker :: Bildnis-Photographie. Erna Morena (1885-1962), born Ernestine Maria Fuchs. Signed 1914. | src Deutsche Kunst un Dekoration 1915-1916

Asta Nielsen as a female Hamlet

Asta Nielsen and Lilly Jacobson in Hamlet. German postcard by Ross Verlag, Berlin, nº 644/6. Photo: Art-Film. Asta Nielsen-Film. Asta Nielsen as a female Hamlet and Lilly Jacobsson as the love interest Ophelia in the 1921 German silent adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Svend Gade, Heinz Schall). Asta Nielsen produced the film herself. | src Flickr

Molly Wessely, late 1910s

Atelier Mac Walten (Max Gruenthal) :: Molly Wessely (K. 2805), published by Photochemie (Berlin), late 1910s. | src NPG

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
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