Explore B W Photos, Photo Postcards, and more!

Miss Maude Fealy by robfromamersfoort, via Flickr

Miss Maude Fealy

Miss Maude Fealy by robfromamersfoort, via Flickr

Miss Maude Fealy by robfromamersfoort, via Flickr

#vintage #portrait #blackandwhitephotography Mary Nolan

Mary Nolan (December 1902 – October was an American film actress. Nolan began her career as a Ziegfeld girl in the performing under the stage name Imogene "Bubbles" Wilson.

Maude Fealy from the Early 1900s Maude Fealy was an American actress who during the early twentieth century was one of the leading ladies of the American stage. Her youthful beauty made her a popular subject for postcards.

Maude Fealy as Mercia in the play "The Sign of the Cross" 1904

vintage everyday: 30 Beautiful Portraits of Maude Fealy from the Early 1900s

vintage everyday: 30 Beautiful Portraits of Maude Fealy from the Early 1900s

"Untitled #2805" by merirous ❤ liked on Polyvore

To Court a Dragon

1908 %$%$%$%$%.....http://www.pinterest.com/angelahdesigns/vintage-photos/

Miss Lily Elsie, Edwardian Lady in Wasn't she beautiful?

This image of a young Sarah Bernhardt reminds me of Rowena

Sarony photo of a pretty woman. possiblly an actress.

↢ Bygone Beauties ↣ vintage photograph

Looks kinda like Maude Fealy.

Bohemian Art Print

Vintage Gypsy fashion photography vintage photo old style scarf fortune teller

Another pinner's notes: The stunning Maude Fealy (1881 - 1971) was a star of the Edwardian stage and silent films.

Miss Maude Fealy Card

Edwardian fashion

Bird Millman was a Ziegfeld Follies girl and a high wire performer for Barnum & Bailey. This picture is beautiful

Therefore my mistress' eyes are raven black, Her eyes so suited, and they mourners seem

Photo taken by British photographer Julia Margaret Cameron ( 1815 - 1879 .

three ladies dressed in pastel colors, one wears muff, another carries umbrella

Full Sized Image: three ladies dressed in pastel colors, one wears muff, another carries umbrella

Maude Fealy (March 4, 1883 – November 9, 1971)

Maude Fealy (March 4, 1883 – November 9, 1971)

Pinterest
Search