La nota fue publicada en la desaparecida revista Mundo Uruguayo Nº 471 del 19 de enero de 1928:
Pobyt Szwadronu Przybocznego Prezydenta RP w rejonie Lasomina
“Rudy Reaches Home’ (November 1924)
Rudolph Valentino, trick board and all, has reached Los Angeles, with his wife, after their tour abroad. This photo shows a tonsorial friend of the film Sheik, who on spying the cute Van-Dyke, presented Rudy with a shiny razor.
January 14, 1924. “Mrs. Harry S. New, wife of the Postmaster General.” The radio is an RCA Radiola IV.
claire windsor, 1924 🎞
Hugh Grosvenor, 2nd Duke of Westminster at Chester Races with French fashion designer Coco Chanel, 1st May 1924.
Photo by Phillips/Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Vintage photo from 1924 of a boy paying his respects at the Baby Gruenwald Death Museum several years after its opening in Washington, D.C.’s historic Dupont Circle district.
There seems to be some debate as to whether Baby Gruenwald died or not in a suite of rooms in D.C.’s Mundeem Building on May 15, 1922.
If he in fact did die, he didn’t stay dead for long, appearing later that week at the release party for Babe Ruth’s signature candy bar: Choco Bambino Ball Yard Clusters.
Fun Fact: The phrase “Roaring Twenties” is a misnomer, as the popular era continued well into the 1930s.
Buster Keaton for The Navigator (1924)
eleanor boardman, 1924 🎞
1924 swan italy
Judge magazine, 1924
$673,000/3 br/2170 sq ft
built in 1924
Morænen (A.W. Sandberg, 1924)