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  • historicalzg - 1Reply
    More lovely photos, thanks so much David. And another strange and sad end! Really appreciate the album.

    Best, jane
  • Profdash - 1Reply
    Singer Evelyn Hoey was a bluesy singer nurtured by Ned Wayburn in the early 1920s. She played in his Jazzy Revue of Spring 1925. The photographs here were taken in 1925 prior to her enlistment by John Murray Anderson in the 7th edition of the Greenwich Village Follies. Her heyday took place later when she was featured in Fifty Million Frenchman, Good News, and Walk a Little Faster. She was myteriously killed by gunfire in a millionaire's enclave in 1935.
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