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1916 portrait of Loos
1916 portrait of Loos
Stylized cover drawing of Anita Loos by Frank Walts on the April 1918 issue of The Liberator
Stylized cover drawing of Anita Loos by Frank Walts on the April 1918 issue of The Liberator
Anita Loos and John Emerson in Edward Steichen photo for Vanity Fair, July 1928
Anita Loos and John Emerson in Edward Steichen photo for Vanity Fair, July 1928
The 1926 cover, illustrated by Ralph Barton, for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: The Illuminating Diary of a Professional Lady.
The 1926 cover, illustrated by Ralph Barton, for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: The Illuminating Diary of a Professional Lady.
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Cover of the 1926 edition
Cover of the 1926 edition
Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw arrive in 1920s Paris where Lorelei spots a Coty's sign.
Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw arrive in 1920s Paris where Lorelei spots a Coty's sign.
Lorelei and Dorothy are confronted by Lady Beekman who demands the return of her tiara.
Lorelei and Dorothy are confronted by Lady Beekman who demands the return of her tiara.
Illustration by Ralph Barton.
Illustration by Ralph Barton.