Published October 1, 1923
The Dolly Sisters started dancing in beer halls as early as 1907 and eventually made it to the Ziegfeld Follies and then the silver screen. Here, they wear showgirl costumes, complete with ostrich-feather headdresses, in a Paris dance revue. This photograph, by James Abbé, appeared in the October 1923 Vanity Fair.
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