Scheherazade inspired Follies Girl - Arabesque Adrienne Ames - Ziegfeld Girl and Hollywood Beauty with 1920's bobbed hair Follies girl with pearls and blue velvet
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When thy beauty appears
In its graces and airs
All bright as an angel new dropp'd from the sky,
At distance I gaze and am awed by my fears:
So strangely you dazzle my eye!
(Thomas Parnell)

The model with the roaring twenties hair and pearls is the stunning hollywood actress Adrienne Ames.
This was the first image created and will always be a personal favourite.

Limited Edition of 100 Centenary Prints

The photo is supplied in a 10 by 8 cream mount as standard ready for framing and bears the Centenary Seal in the lower right hand corner. Up to 100 centenary prints of this size will be released sequentially.
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I was contacted recently by a relative of Adrienne Ames searching for additional information and photographs on Ms Ames to help compile a family tree.

Ms. Ames was born Adrienne Ruth Mclure in Fort Worth Texas. She worked for a while under the name Adrienne Truax before marrying her second husband Stephen M. Ames. Her sister Gladys Ethel Mclure is better known As Linda March.

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