Anna May Wong in
Piccadilly, 1928, a British silent film directed by E.A. DuPont.
A seedy bar in the silent film
Piccadilly, 1928, directed by E.A. DuPont.
Kandinsky - Croce Blanca, 1922.
A scenic pond from a hundred years ago. Shaw Gardens, St. Louis, 1915.
The Crowd, a truly great silent film, 1928.
Circus elephants passing Johansen Brothers’ Shoe Company, St. Louis, 1915.
Warwick Goble, illustrator, for
Green Willow by Grace James, 1910.
Inside the greenhouse at Shaw Gardens, St. Louis, 1915.
A Ziegfeld girl, photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston. 1920’s?
Butterfly girls. Gaston Velle, from the short color stencil film
La Peine du Talion, 1906.
Three Butterflies. Gaston Velle, from
La Peine du Talion, a color stencil film from 1906.
The Kinematograph Weekly, a British film magazine. Betty Blythe, vamping on the cover, 1921.
In a forest of chopped-down trees. A still from
Children of the Beehive, 1948, dir. Hiroshi Shimizu.
Flowers. Photo by Edward Steichen, 1921.