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History of photography
 
 
Abbe James
 
 
James Abbe (1883-1975) was an American photographer. Abbe became known for taking many photographs of theater and movie performers starting in 1917. In the late 1920s he gained a reputation in news photography. He was also known for his fashion photography, including celebrated work for American Vogue. His son, James Abbe, also was a photographer who worked for Harper's Bazaar.
 
 


Rudolph Valentino and Natacha Rambova, New York, 1925




The Dolly Sisters, 1927




Gloria Swanson 1921



Joseph Stalin in the Kremlin, Moscow, 1932




The Kid, Hollywood, 1920

 


Untitled
1921

 


Dolly Sisters, Rosika & Yansci



Fay Bainter




John Barrymore




Lillian & Dorothy Gish




Richard Barthelmess




Jeanne Eagels in 'Daddies'




Lionel Barrymore in 'The Claw'



Gilda Gray in "Aloma of the South Seas




Lillian Gish in "The White Sister" [Jay Parrino Collection],




Natacha Rambova




Lillian Gish wahrend der Filmaufnahmen zu: The white sister




Wesley Barry, Young Boy Actor In Silent Films
Circa 1920's.




Holbrook Blinn in "The Bad Man."
1923




Billie Burke
Circa 1921




Claude Cooper




Jane Cowl




Alden Gay




Mary Nash in "Captain Applejack."
1921




Otis Skinner in "The Honor of the Family."
Circa 1921

 


Gloria Swanson.
Circa 1922

 


Gloria Swanson.




Unidentified Beautiful Young Actress Possibly Mary Hay
Circa 1920's.




Rudolph Valentino And His Wife Natasha Rambova
Dancing The Tango.
1922

 
 
 

 
 
 
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