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Alice Terry, Silent Era Hollywood Film Actress, Gorgeous Glamour Flapper with Luxurious Diamonds Tiara Original 1920s Art Deco Rare Postcard

Alice Terry, Silent Era Hollywood Film Actress, Gorgeous Glamour Flapper with Luxurious Diamonds Tiara Original 1920s Art Deco Rare Postcard

Alice Terry, Silent Era Hollywood Film Actress, Gorgeous Glamour Flapper with Luxurious Diamonds Tiara Original Art Deco Rare Postcard

Group effort: By the time it was complete, some 100 artists and designers had lent a hand to Fairy Castle

Inside the '$7million' doll house built by a silent era Hollywood film star that boasts diamonds chandeliers and tiny artwork painted by Walt Disney

Group effort: By the time it was complete, some 100 artists and designers had lent a hand to Fairy Castle

Pola Negri in Loves of an Actress (1928). Pola Negri was a Polish stage and film actress who achieved worldwide fame during the silent and golden eras of Hollywood and European film for her tragedienne and femme fatale roles. Born: January 3, 1897, Lipno, Lipno County, Poland Died: August 1, 1987, San Antonio, TX.

Pola Negri in Loves of an Actress (1928) (Treasured Beauty)

Pola Negri in Loves of an Actress (1928). Pola Negri was a Polish stage and film actress who achieved worldwide fame during the silent and golden eras of Hollywood and European film for her tragedienne and femme fatale roles. Born: January 3, 1897, Lipno, Lipno County, Poland Died: August 1, 1987, San Antonio, TX.

(via More Mackaill - 1920s to 1980, Dorothy Mackaill on Hawaii Five-O Immortal Ephemera)    Dorothy Mackaill as pictured in Photoplay Magazine, November 1923

(via More Mackaill - 1920s to 1980, Dorothy Mackaill on Hawaii Five-O Immortal Ephemera) Dorothy Mackaill as pictured in Photoplay Magazine, November 1923

Marie Doro! A lovely actress from the earlier, silent days of cinema. Sadly, most of her films are lost, but she sure took some lovely photos

Marie Doro! A lovely actress from the earlier, silent days of cinema. Sadly, most of her films are lost, but she sure took some lovely photos

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