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[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Portrait of Clare Boothe Brokaw]

[Portrait of Lynn Fontanne]

[The closed bar, unidentified locale]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson]

[Portrait of Clare Boothe Luce (Mrs. Henry R.)]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson]

[Portrait of Constance Collier]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Portrait of Dorothy Gish]

[Portrait of Prentiss Taylor]

[Portrait of Eva Gauthier]

[Portrait of Judith Anderson]

[Portrait of Tonio Selwart]

[Portrait of Ina Claire]

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

[Judith Anderson, half-length portrait, reclining, clutching flowers, facing right]

[Portrait of Edmund Lowe and Lilyan Teghman]

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of Helen Morgan, as Julie in Showboat]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

[Iron work on Bank Street, New York City]

[Portrait of Muriel Smudge Draper and her sons, Raimond (Raimund?) "Smudge" Draper and Paul Draper, Jr.]

[Iron work on Bank Street, New York City]

[Portrait of Eva Gauthier]

[Portrait of John Arledge]

[Portrait of Paul Muni]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of Philip Langner]

[Portrait of Rose Covarrubias]

[Portrait of Amanda Seldes (Mrs. Gilbert)]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of Robert Morss Lovett]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Francis Lederer]

[Portrait of Alfred Lunt]

[Portrait of Deems Taylor]

[Portrait of Jacob Marinoff]

[Portrait of Ina Claire]

[Portrait of Fania Marinoff]

[Portrait of John Van Druten]

[Portrait of Philip Langner]

[Portrait of Paul Draper, Jr.]

[Portrait of Philip Langner]

[Portrait of Hindu musicians, with Shan-kar]

[Portrait of Maurice Sterne]

[Boy at Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico]

[Portrait of Marguerite D'Alvarez]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of George M. Cohan]

[Portrait of Alexander Kirkland]

[Portrait of Sarah Victor]

[Portrait of Edna St. Vincent Millay]

[Portrait of Vincent Obedencia]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

[Portrait of Pauline Lord]

[Portrait of Margalo Gillmore]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Pauline Lord]

[Portrait of Hindu drummer, with Shan-kar]

[Portrait of Pauline Lord]

[Portrait of Frank Case]

[Portrait of Florence (Heifetz) Vidor]

[Portrait of Hindu musician, with Shan-kar]

[Portrait of George M. Cohan]

[Portrait of Sandor Szabo]

[Portrait of Sandor Szabo]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

[Portrait of Louis Bromfield]

[Portrait of J. Rosamond Johnson]

[Portrait of Theodore Dreiser]

[Portrait of Hindu musicians, with Shan-kar]

[Portrait of Konrad Bercovici]

[Portrait of Cab Calloway]

[Portrait of Tonio Selwart]

[Portrait of Hindu drummer, with Shan-kar]

[Portrait of George M. Cohan]

[Portrait of Bertha Case]

[Portrait of McCleary Stinnett]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Laurette Taylor]

[Portrait of Charles Weidman, "School for Husbands"]

[Portrait of Charles Weidman, as Mercury in "The School for Husbands"]

[Portrait of Jose Iturbi]

[Portrait of Laurette Taylor]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of Jose Iturbi]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Grace Moore]

[Portrait of George M. Cohan]

[Portrait of Carl Van Vechten]

[Portrait of [...] Escudero]

[Portrait of George M. Cohan]

[Portrait of Alma Morgenthau]

[Portrait of Katharine Cornell]

[Portrait of Efrem Zimbalist]

[Portrait of Marie Doro]

[Portrait of Laurette Taylor]

[Portrait of Fania Marinoff]

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