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Bertha Kalich, circa 1900

Suttner, Bertha von, 9.6.1843 - 21.69.1914, Austrian authoress /

Minnie Maddern Fiske - "Mrs. Fiske: Love Finds the Way." Photograph

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Bertha Runkle - Portrait of Bertha Runkle in The Bookman 1906

BERTHA KRUPP Daughter of Friedrich Alfred, who in 1902 inherited control of the Krupp industrial

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First Lady Mrs. Grover Cleveland, photographed by George Prince in 1886

Bertha Kalich, half-length portrait, facing left | Vintage Photographs (wearing hats) | Pinterest | Portraits, Vintage photographs and Face

Bertha Kalich as Miriam Friedlander in The Kreutzer Sonata, a play based on a story

Bertha Kalich (aka Kalish) by Sarony, 1900s. Known as the "Jewish

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“I would have run away, but… | Digital Yiddish Theatre Project

Clarence Sinclair Bull (1896-1979) for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. [Judy Garland and Sophie Tucker.] 1937. Museum of the City of New York. F2011.27.26

The Theatre cover page featuring Bertha Kalich in the Broadway production of The Kreutzer Sonata, October 1906.

Who's Who On The Stage; 1906

"your a part of me, I'm a part of you." | Exotic flowers | Pinterest

... "Pravda," also becoming an unofficial editor of the Russian newspapers "Yelisavetgradsky Viestnik," and "Odesskya Novosty," and he wrote stories for the

Ode to Mode - Bertha Kalich,

Guide to the Bertha Kalich Papers, 1866-1955 | Cynthia Tobar - Academia.edu

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Lucille Ball and Stage Door (RKO, photo by Ernest A. Bachrach Lucille Ball was one of the many actresses who tried out, unsuccessfully, for the part of ...

A Placard for the Thalia Yiddish Theatre's production of Hamlet, starring "Madam Bertha Kalish

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Bertha Benz - Bertha Benz at age 18, circa 1867

Bertha Runkle - Bertha Runkle 1901

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[Dean Martin, Sophie Tucker and Jerry Lewis at the Copacabana on May 9, 1948.] Museum of the City of New York. F2011.27.20

Beautiful woman in a hat, 1902

Ambition (1916 film)

Florence Klug in the 1920s.

Thalia Theatre production of Shulamis (1896). NYPL Digital Collections. Kalich is on the right hand side; opposite her is David Kessler, a longtime co-star ...

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Andy Szegedy-Maszak as Solomon in Joseph Lateiner's Dovids fidele, Wesleyan University, 1976. Photographer: Carol Reck.

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Harrison Grey Fiske - Poster for The Privateer

Successful in both Yiddish and American theater, Bertha Kalich was the only female actress who had accomplished that. | Women of Interest | Pinterest ...

On 16 May 1902 in the Thalia Theatre, there was staged (with Berta Kalich) L.'s play in four acts "Der gebrokhener neyder (The Broken Vow)".

Latvia, A woman from the Gitkin family was a singer who perished in the Holocaust

"Ida Kaminska (1899-1980): Grande Dame of the Yiddish Theater," opened in May 2001. It chronicled the life and career of Ida Kaminska, daughter of the great ...

Sophie Tucker defiantly embraced her fuller figure. AP Photo/Remo Nassi

Alimony “A La Kafka”: The Case of Henry Kolker – 1935

Bertha Kalich. Date c1905. - Stock Image

Actress Bertha Kalich date unknown. “Known for her majestic bearing, great beauty, and fine diction, Bertha Kalich was the

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Not a fan of the fan more proof that posing nude can extend your life : French silent film actress Lili Damita. - poses naked covered only by a ...

Jennie Goldstein

"The Battle of the Butterflies" is not only one of Hermann Sudermann's best plays. It is also one of the liveliest and playable ones on every stage."

Millie Chissick, London, circa 1920.

Franz Kafka's Vagabond Stars | Digital Yiddish Theatre Project

Greta Garbo, 1938

Frances Gabe, Creator of the Only Self-Cleaning Home, Dies at 101

The Life and Many Loves of Clark Gable

Checklist and photo gallery featuring all 300 of the Aguila Chocolate Movie Star Premiums from Uruguay. An all in one complete source to this movie card ...

Clara Lipman, 1910

Fania Marinoff, 1913

Bertha Kalich, half-length portrait, facing left | Vintage Photographs (wearing hats) | Pinterest | Portraits, Vintage photographs and Face

Actress Bertha Kalich

Photographer unknown. [Sophie Tucker and Irving Berlin rehearsing for “Alexander's Ragtime Band” at CBS.] 1938. Museum of the City of New York. F2011.27.19

Helen Mirren as Cressida in 'Troilus and Cressida', 1968.

Gloria's Romance

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1923 Rotogravure Ethel Barrymore Billie Burke Bertha Kalich Jane Cowl Theatre

Flora Klug as “Male Impersonator” circa 1912. Bodleian Library, Oxford, in the Papers of Franz Kafka, 1882-1940 collection.

Successful in both Yiddish and American theater, Bertha Kalich was the only female actress who had accomplished that. | Women of Interest | Pinterest ...

Marcella Sembrich - Marcella Sembrich, photographed in the 1880s

Lee Shubert - Image: Lee Schubert 1908

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Gerda Muller, by Nini and Carry Hess

Dinah Shore at the Miami Book Fair International, 1990

Vivienne Segal circa 1915

AS ME IN HER HIGH SCHOOL YEARS

Bertha Sanseverino

Margot Klausner

Revival and Homage Productions of Yiddish Theatre

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The Washington Herald from Washington, District of Columbia on September 8, 1918 · Page 13

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Emma Carus Emma Carus 1879 1927 Find A Grave Memorial

Ernestine Schumann-Heink at Bayreuth Festival, 1904

Stella Adler - Adler in Shadow of the Thin Man (1941)

Successful in both Yiddish and American theater, Bertha Kalich was the only female actress who had accomplished that. | Women of Interest | Pinterest ...

Emanuel Tschissik circa 1918.

For more than eighty years Molly Picon charmed the public and helped keep the Yiddish theater alive. Best known for her potrayals of "the adorable waif" ...

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