Published December 1, 1920
Justine Johnstone started as a Follies girl and then worked as an ingenue on the silent screen. She eventually left films and went to medical school, becoming a member of the team that developed the intravenous drip. This photograph of Johnstone in fur collar and cuffs with laurels in her hair, by Geisler & Andrews, appeared in the December 1920 Vanity Fair.
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