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  • Shana says on Wednesday 14 November 2018:
    I have lots of photos to share with you. My grandmother and great aunt performed in nyc in the 1920s. Lots if Ben Rabinovich and many others. Thanks.
  • KissDiurl says on Saturday 13 October 2018:
    hi everyone. it is great site. thanks for all.
  • Wim Sminia says on Wednesday 17 January 2018:
    If you like visit the FANNY BRICE website, The Fanny Brice Collection/ her life and times: .Everything about Fanny Brice.
  • McCarter Family Genealogy says on Sunday 4 September 2016:
    Thank you for a great site and the lovely photos of Elsie Lawson (1899-1942). Please note that Elsie never went by 'Eleanor' and is often confused with an older actress Eleanor Lawson (1875-1966). There is more about Elsie at the site above and an album dedicated to her on pinterest.
  • Mark says on Wednesday 30 March 2016:
    I found this old newspaper clipping about my uncle William Fleck of De Pere, Wisconsin and wondered if anyone had information on the Ziegfeld Girl he married in 1924 in Menominee, Michigan -- named either Evelyn Kanute or Evelyn Brown.

    May 15, 1924, De Pere Journal-Democrat
    William Fleck and Miss Evelyn Kanute were married on May 4th, at the Upper Peninsula Gretna Green, Menominee. The bride is a former member of Ziegfeld’s Follies, and her stage name was Evelyn Brown. Her home was in Milwaukee. “Bill” was receiving the hearty congratulations of his friends when the rumor of his marriage was spread about last week, but he coyly evaded the matter. He and the new Mrs. Fleck now wish to announce their marriage in the usual manner. Best wishes and good luck.
  • Tim Robbins says on Tuesday 16 February 2016:
    Dear Folks,

    I am selling a collection of original Cora MacGeachy costume design paintings. I thought you might be interested.

    Can be viewed here:
  • Rana says on Sunday 14 February 2016:
    I think the mystery may be sleovd! A friend of this site sent me a similar image, taken at the same time as the one above, and that print was signed by Ruth Etting, and dated 1930. She also included Ziegfeld's Simple Simon under her signature, so I think it's pretty clear that this particular photo session was to create promo photos for that show! Mystery sleovd!
  • laura james says on Friday 25 December 2015:
    I would love to know if the photo of Julia Morrison 1900 is a photo of the actress Julia Morrison who was acquitted of murder in January 1900 in Chattanooga, TN. I found her picture in the Elmer Chickering collection.
  • ribritt12 says on Wednesday 4 November 2015:
    I recently uploaded a photo of a model with a large scimitar. The internet tells us the model is Anita Page but I have my doubts. Would you folks know who the model and photographer would be? Thanks for any help and I love this site.
  • Kristy Lee says on Thursday 8 October 2015:
    Hello! I need to get in touch with someone regarding reprint permission. I am funding a nonprofit fundraiser book about the Miss New York competition for local scholarships. I want to properly credit this website! Thank you!
  • Giles English says on Friday 18 September 2015:
    A while back I started collecting images of Lucette Desmoulins, not realizing she had a name. Now I've found out who she is, and found ALL the pictures of her on this site,I'm fascinated to know any biographical information.

    Please could you share any information have about her? Google has failed me!
  • Chrissy says on Wednesday 7 January 2015:
    I have recently found some old photos of either my grandmother or could be my great aunt, taken by "Edwin Bower Hesser" (stamped) Any suggestions on where to sell them? I have boxes of pictures and my kids only want a few~
  • salgava says on Friday 9 May 2014:

    Oh dear, I must stop by more often than every 9 months :smile: Sorry, Paul and thank you! I'll get in touch by email. If you don't get one from me, please email me.


    Hello Jane,

    You asked for a volunteer to handle all the ACJ photos. I am willing to volunteer, but my skills with doing things like this are as limited as they have been in the past. (For example, you asked for people to "raise their hands" to volunteer, but I don't know how to raise my hand, hence my resorting to the guestbook.) If you think I can help, let me know.

    Paul (Salgava)
  • historicalzg says on Wednesday 8 January 2014:
    Hi Cindy and Sara,

    So glad to hear from you. I'll get to your follow-up email when I get back this afternoon. Tell us more :smile:

  • CindySara says on Tuesday 7 January 2014:
    Hi! My sister and I just had a book accepted for publication about Ziegfeld and we're looking for illustrations for it. Is there anyone who could grant us permission to use some of the photos on this site? Thanks for any help! Our e-mail is
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