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Bronis Arnowska; Guido Thielscher and Magda Almo in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139841

Bronis Arnowska; Guido Thielscher and Magda Almo in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139841

Bronis Arnowska; Guido Thielscher and Josef Sieger in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139842

Bronis Arnowska; Guido Thielscher and Josef Sieger in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139842

Magda Almo and Carl Grünwald in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139843

Magda Almo and Carl Grünwald in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139843

Carl Grünwald and Guido Thielscher in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139844

Carl Grünwald and Guido Thielscher in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139844

Magda Almo and Carl Grünwald in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139845

Magda Almo and Carl Grünwald in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139845

Josef Sieger and Bronis Arnowska in 'The Merry Widow', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139846

Josef Sieger and Bronis Arnowska in 'The Merry Widow'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1905
NPG x139846

Dora Hrach and Anton Franck in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138905

Dora Hrach and Anton Franck in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138905

Dora Hrach and Anton Franck in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138906

Dora Hrach and Anton Franck in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138906

Dora Hrach; Mia Werber and Anton Franck in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138907

Dora Hrach; Mia Werber and Anton Franck in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138907

Karl Beckersachs and Mia Werber in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138908

Karl Beckersachs and Mia Werber in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138908

Karl Beckersachs and Dora Hrach in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138910

Karl Beckersachs and Dora Hrach in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138910

Karl Beckersachs and Mia Werber in 'Geisha', by Zander & Labisch, published by  Photochemie - NPG x138909

Karl Beckersachs and Mia Werber in 'Geisha'

by Zander & Labisch, published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1910
NPG x138909

Molly Wessely, by Binder (Alexander Binder), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139943

Molly Wessely

by Binder (Alexander Binder), published by Photochemie
postcard print, late 1910s
NPG x139943

Molly Wessely, by Atelier Mac Walten (Max Gruenthal), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139945

Molly Wessely

by Atelier Mac Walten (Max Gruenthal), published by Photochemie
postcard print, late 1910s
NPG x139945

Molly Wessely in 'Die Rose von Stambul', probably by Frieda Riess, published by  Photochemie - NPG x139948

Molly Wessely in 'Die Rose von Stambul'

probably by Frieda Riess, published by Photochemie
postcard print, 1917
NPG x139948

Margit Suchy and Franz Gross in 'Die Frau im Hermelin', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139767

Margit Suchy and Franz Gross in 'Die Frau im Hermelin'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
postcard print, 1920s
NPG x139767

Margit Suchy in 'Die Frau im Hermelin', by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139768

Margit Suchy in 'Die Frau im Hermelin'

by Willinger (Margaret Willinger), published by Photochemie
postcard print, 1920s
NPG x139768

Gustav von Wangenheim, by Binder (Alexander Binder), published by  Photochemie - NPG x139938

Gustav von Wangenheim

by Binder (Alexander Binder), published by Photochemie
bromide postcard print, 1920s
NPG x139938

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