Doris Eaton Travis - (3/14/1904 – 5/11/2010) was an American dancer stage & film actress, dance instructor, writer, & rancher, who was the last of the acclaimed Ziegfeld Follies Girls.

Doris Eaton Travis - – was an American dancer stage film actress, dance instructor, writer, rancher, who was the last of the acclaimed Ziegfeld Follies Girls.

Katherine Burke performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and 1931 and in Ziegfeld's musicals No Foolin' (1926), Rio Rita (1927-1928), Rosalie (1928), Whoopee (1928-1929), and Smiles (1930)

Ziegfeld Girl: Katherine Burke ~ Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and 1931 and in Ziegfeld's musicals "No Foolin'" "Rio Rita" "Rosalie" "Whoopee" – and Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.

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Alfred Cheney Johnston (April 1885 - Jean Ackerman, Ziegfeld Follies girl… By 1915 Johnston had become one of the two chief photographers working for the most famous theatrical photography.

Beautiful Doris Eaton Travis  March 14th 1904 - May 11th, 2010  Our last and beloved Ziegfeld Girl, this blog is dedicated to you and all of your Ziegfeld Follies sisters.

Beautiful Doris Eaton Travis, March 1904 - May The day she finished the eighth grade, Eaton Travis began rehearsals to become a Ziegfeld girl in the Follies. She is often referred to as "the last Ziegfeld girl".

Dolores, Ziegfeld Follies Midnight Frolic, 1920 - This costume is still very much intact

mondfaenger: ““ Dolores as The White Peacock in Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic, 1919 Photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston Dolores or Rose Dolores was the first celebrity clothes model and has been credited with inventing the “blank hauteur” of the.

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Ziegfeld Follies performers The Dolly Sisters, twins Roszika (Rosi) and Yansci (Jenny) Dolly Deutsch, early

Ziegfeld Theater torn down in 1967--vintage everyday: 48 Beautiful Old New York Buildings That No Longer Exist

Ziegfeld Theater torn down in everyday: 48 Beautiful Old New York Buildings That No Longer Exist

The Dolly Sisters: Rosie and Jenny - originally Rosika and Yansci - wearing the costumes of showgirls with ostrich feather headdresses, sitting on a low dresser, holding hands, in a dance revue in Paris in 1923  And now a stunning Art Deco sculpture remembering the fabulous 'Dolly Sisters' - whose allure was the downfall of many a rich man

Hello, Dollies! Sculpture of tragic 1920s identical twin cabaret darlings who seduced and scandalised society and ruined Harry Selfridge to fetch £20,000 at auction

W.C. Fields and Ziegfeld Follies girls Helen Ellsworth, Aelene Sheldon, Cricket Wooten and Margy Martyn during a rehearsal, February 20, 1925

Fields and Ziegfeld Follies girls Helen Ellsworth, Aelene Sheldon, Cricket Wooten and Margy Martyn during a rehearsal, February 1925

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Waiting for the sun 1920 - I don't know why there's just something about this picture I really like- very whimsical

42nd Street in the 1920s with the New Amsterdam advertising "The Ed Wynn Carnival" and the marquee with the Ziegfeld Follies.

The New Amsterdam Theater on Street, NYC — home of the Ziegfeld Follies from 1913 to 1927

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