Future Hollywood star Barbara Stanwyck
Photograph by Alfred Cheney Johnston "between 1920 and 1930",
but more likely between 1922 (when Stanwyck,
aged 15 and still named Ruby Stevens, became a Ziegfeld Girl),
and 1926 (when she moved on to greater things).
Claudia Dell, Ziegfeld girl,1928
Future Hollywood star Ruby Keeler, Ziegfeld girl,1929
Muriel Finlay, Ziegfeld girl 1928
Mary Eaton 1920
Lillian and Dorothy Gish 1920
Helen and Dolores Costello, Ziegfeld girls, 1930
Jeanne Eagels, Ziegfeld girl, 1923
" She talked fast and gestured with her hands. Few knew or understood her. She was explosive, mercurial, neurotic, loyal, generous, and sweet. She usually ignored all except the humblest members of her company. She hated most managers, interviews, movies, gossip, autograph seekers, night clubs, and Actors Equity. She liked dogs, auction sales, dill pickles, and ice cream with cherries. Her philosophy was Never deny. Never explain. Say nothing and become a legend. The cause of her untimely death at the age of 35 [in 1929] was never clearly established, but pathology reports focused on the cumulative effects of alcohol or drug abuse."
Dorothy Wegman, Ziegfeld girl,1925
Mary Eaton, Ziegfeld girl, 1921
Hazel Forbes (nee Hazel Froidevoux), Miss Long Island,
Miss United States 1926 (at age 16), Ziegfeld girl, actress, dancer and millionairess.
Marion Davies , Ziegfeld girl, Hollywood actress 1924
Dolores Costello , Ziegfeld girl, "goddess of the silent screen"
and Drew Barrymore's grandmother 1923
Muriel Finlay, Ziegfeld girl,1928
Kay English, Ziegfeld girl, 1929