The Dolly Sisters, Paris, 1924
Photograph showing 'The Dolly Sisters' clad in an feathered outfit at the Palace Theatre, Paris, 1924. Janzieska and Roszieska Deutsch, known simply as Jenny and Rosie Dolly, were identical twins of American-Hungarian origin, who climbed their way up from Vaudeville theatre to Broadway as cabaret stars.
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Suffragette Madonna - Crop of 1910 - Anti-Suffrage card
Anti-Suffrage card - Suffragette Madonna - Crop of 1910 - The man of the House holding the baby whilst his wife goes out and campaigns for women's rights. It appeared to be the view of female suffrage adversaries that if women began to vote, they would shirk their motherly duties assume masculine roles, leaving their husbands no choice but to adopt female roles. Date: 1910
Dover Street To Dixie revue by M Harvey, H Simpson & L Wylie
Dover Street To Dixie revue by Morris Harvey, Harold Simpson and Lauri Wylie (25 May 1880 1951), with music by Herman Darewski, at the London Palladium. Staged by Frank Collins with the 'Dances and Ensembles by Jennie and Edward Dolly'. Jennie was one half of the well known 'Dolly Sisters' from this period and their brother Edward was also a dancer and choreographer. First produced at the London Pavilion on 31st May 1923. The London productions of Charles B. Cochran advertised on the reverse include Eugene O Neills Anna Christie and an Eleonora Duse season, as well as other revues. Date: 1923
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