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MARTHA ~ Larry Clinton & his Orchestra ~ Bea Wain ~ Larry Clinton started his first band in 1938 in New York City.

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Gertrude Olmsted - Actress in silent films - she was in 56 movies between 1920 and Talkies ended her career.

Lee Wiley October 9 1908 December 11 1975 was an American jazz singer popular in the and Wiley was born in Fort Gibson Oklahoma A

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Portrait of Danielle Darrieux, 1950's.

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Bandleader, Larry Clinton, w/ singer, Bea Wain

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shot by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia, December 2000 - layout of sister models Lida and Alexandra Egorova at the click.

Anna May Wong, actress in movies (c. 1928) national gallery holding by

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Jane Green January 1897 - 28 August was a United States singer popular in the

Paramount short I took it from a VHS titled 'Swingtime Collection - Bea Wain passed away peacefully today at the age of 100 August 2017

1940s V Disc Recordings of Bea Wain

She was the first widely known white singer to sing jazz and blues songs. Her death came at age 38 when she fell asleep ...

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Rosita Serrano ((Maria Martha Esther Aldunate Del Campo, 1914–1997)

Elsie Carlisle at the Bassano Studios (August 22, 1919)

Billie Burke, best known as The Good Witch in Wizard of Oz

Haleloke Kahauolopua (1923–2004). Jazz Songs1940s

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Ziegfeld Girl: Ruth Etting ~ – Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1927 and the Ziegfeld musical "Midnight Frolic" of 1919 (April edition), and in ...

Elsie Carlisle

Marion Harris, -1925 -singer vaudeville_recordings

Vintage Glamour Girls: Dinah Shore

Kirsten Heiberg (25 April 1907 – 2 March 1976)

Sidney Torch (Sidney Torchinsky, 1908-1990). Jazz Songs1940s

Vocalist, Jo Stafford - Started with The Stafford Sisters, then, The Pied Pipers

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Dinah Shore

Ruth Etting, Ziegfeld Follies girl, photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston,

Marion Davies - 1926 - from 'Beverly of Graustark' - Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise - Marion Davies (January 1897 – September was an American film actress, ...

Jessica Walter - (1941- ) Started in soap operas then to film and TV appearances. Emmy winner.

Clara Bow - 1905 - 1965 (Star of the

Pola Negri (Barbara Apolonia Chałupiec, 3 January 1897 – 1 August 1987)

Frankie Carle (Francis Nunzio Carlone, 1903 – 2001)

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Ruth Etting - was an American singing star of the who had over sixty hit recordings. Her signature tunes were "Shine On Har.

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Dinah Shore

Patricia Neal circa 1940. I feel there's something in Helena Bonham Carter that's very similar

Vocalist, Martha Tilton aka "Liltin" Martha Tilton, was a member of the vocal quartet, The Three Hits and A Miss, before becoming a "songbird" with Benny ...

Paul Dorn · Jazz Songs1940s

Vargas pin-up art from the 1920s

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Site for the Estate of actress Betty Hutton

Flapper reading newspaper, with cigarette and showing some leg. One of a collection of erotic indoor studies (probably French). In the

Julia Faye , 1920s , silent era

Silent Star of April. PolaNegri (closeup)

Doris Day

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Portrait of Clara Bow for Wings directed by William A. Wellman, 1927. Photo

Writen by Louis Prima in This is not much of a song from but it is one of the most famous songs from the Big Band era

Clara Bow, a famous American silent film actress in the

Ozzie Nelson. Jazz Songs1940s

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A photo of Bea ca. 2007, when she was 90 years old

Bea Wain - Bea Wain in 1943

Annette Hanshaw - Moon Song (Sam Coslow / A. Johnston) January 1933 New York, acc. by Annette Hanshaw v Manny Klein t Jimmy Dorsey cl as Harry Hoffman Matty ...

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Isn't this just the most perfect portrait?

Anne Lenner · Jazz Songs1940s

Ernst Heinrich "Teddy" Stauffer (1909 – 1991). Jazz Songs1940s

Helen Kane. Breast cancer, 1966, age 62.

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Bea Wain (born Beatrice Weinsier, April 1917 in New York City) was a American Big Band-era vocalist. On a 1937 recording with Artie Shaw she was credited.

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from Silent Era · Gail Kane by Ira L. Hill c. 1917

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Bing Crosby: Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (Thats An Irish Lullaby)…This is my favorite Bing Crosby song.

Jessica Walter (born January 31, 1941) is an American actress. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Annette Hanshaw - March was one of the first great female jazz singers. In the late she ranked alongside Ethel Waters, Bessie Smi.

Marta Eggerth (17 April 1912 – 26 December 2013) was a Hungarian-born · Jazz SongsBudapest ...

This is talent kids-song and dance man, Danny Kaye Publicity Shot for the Kid from Brooklyn, Samuel Goldwyn Productions, 1946 Premium Poster

Honoring a Hollywood legend on the anniversary of both her birth and her death. Happy birthday to Ingrid Bergman!

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Hoagland Howard "Hoagy" Carmichael - was an American composer, pianist, singer, actor, and bandleader.

Al Bowlly sings "The Very Thought of You" [Full Resolution]. Jazz singer Al Bowlly sings his popular hit "The Very Thought of You" in the Pathe Studio.