Published August 1, 1926
Actress Lenore Ulric, who performed on Broadway and in films from the 1910s to the 1940s, was perhaps best known for her roles in 'Lulu Belle' and 'Kiki' at the Belasco Theater. Charles Sheeler took this photograph of Ulric in a sheer costume for her role as the title character in 'Lulu Belle,' for which she received favorable reviews. The black and white portrait appeared in the August 1926 Vanity Fair.
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