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Beautiful profile image of popular silent screen femme fatale, Nita Naldi. Miss Naldi was born in 1894 in New York City, into a working class Irish family as Mary Dooley. Times were tough. In 1910, her dad ran off, her mom died five years later, and to support her two teen-aged siblings, Mary worked as a cloak room attendant and an artist's model. She gravitated toward dance, was a Ziegfeld girl in 1918, and in 1920, started appearing in film. She had a pretty good decade of work, but although her voice had a nice quality, she never made a talkie. Miss Naldi passed away in New York City, in 1961.
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A nice, unposted card, published by Alfred Noyer. Please examine our high res scans for detail.

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Nita Naldi, Ziegfeld Girl and Silent Screen Vamp, by Alfred Noyer, circa 1920s


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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