Published January 1, 1920
In addition to starring some of the brightest theatrical lights of the early 20th century, the long-running Ziegfeld Follies also featured the 'Ziegfeld Girls,' a chorus whose ranks over the years included Paulette Goddard and Barbara Stanwyck. The dancers' lavish costumes were the talk of Broadway following each performance. This photograph of a Ziegfeld girl wearing a turban was taken by Geisler & Andrews and ran in the January 1920 Vanity Fair.
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