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Billie Burke Publicity Photographs_Profdash
by David for group historicalziegfeld Apr 14, 2009

Alfred Cheney Johnston's Publicity Portraits of Billie Burke (Mrs. Florenz Ziegfeld) for "Caesar's Wife" (1919), "The Marquise" (1927), "The Happy Husband," (1928), and "Family Affairs," (1929). David S. Shields

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    ziegfeldgrrl wrote on Apr 17, '09
    Thanks so much for these David.

    ziegfeldgrrl wrote on Apr 19, '09
    David, I realized the last pic is a dupe but with a different file name. Is that Multiply's doing or is it an error? Thanks.

    profdash wrote on Apr 19, '09
    I supplied the file name for this, because I felt it important that the show for which it had been released to the press be identified. I think, too, that this is a better quality image than the previous posting.

    ziegfeldgrrl wrote on Apr 19, '09
    Ah, thanks very much for explaining :smile:

    ohikkoshi wrote on Jun 3, '09
    Amazing portraits. Thank you.
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