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Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald (1900 - 1948). American novelist and wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, an icon of the 1920's - dubbed by her husband "the first American Flapper."

Zelda Fitzgerald (Born Alabama, American novelist and the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald, who dubbed her "the first American Flapper." After the success of 'This Side of Paradise' the Fitzgerald's became icons of the Jazz Age.

Myrna Darby

Ziegfeld Girl: Myrna Darby ~ Performed in Ziegfeld's musicals" No Foolin'" "Rio Rita" "Rosalie" and "Whoopee" – Also performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.

Miss Maud Fealy

Maude Fealy postcard in costume as Eunice, a slave to Petronius in the play "Quo Vadis," which ran from 1899 to Colored J. Beagles & Co. postcard No.

Maude Fealy pc Johnston

Maude Fealy photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston. Postcard sold by Raphael Tuck & Sons, London. This costume was used to advertise the play "Becket" in which Maude was playing Rosamund De Clifford.

Beautiful Century : Photo

Princess Maria of Romania, future Queen of Yugoslavia, on her 1922 wedding day

Lota Cheek in Earl Carrol Vanities. 1923. Photgraph by George Maillard Kesslere (1894-1979).

Pic of Lota Cheek by George Maillard Kesslere, 1924 - See picture of her: 1924 Miss Lota Cheek in the Earl Carroll Vanities, featured on the cover of “The Police Gazette”.