Touch of Gray Clara Bow Claude KingLove Among the Millionaires (1930)

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Hold the Phone Back cover of Italian magazine “La Folle Vita di Clara Bow” ☆ April 1933 

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Ghostly Touch Clara Bow Natalie KingstonEddie Cantor Kid Boots (1926)

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Art Deco Décor Clara Bow and Dixie Lee No Limit (1931)

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Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆ Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆ Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆ Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆ Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆ Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald Keith ☆ Dancing Mothers (1925) ☆

Pay Phone ☆ Clara Bow and Donald KeithDancing Mothers (1925) ☆

Clara Bow on the Horn ☆ Magazine clipping circa 1933, source unknown ☆

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Party Line ☆ Clara Bow ( July 29, 1905 - Sept. 27, 1965) ☆ The Paramount Pictures star promotes their 20th birthday jubilee in 1932 ☆

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Birthday Jubilee ☆ Clara Bow ( July 29, 1905 - Sept. 27, 1965) ☆ Paramount Pictures’ star helps celebrate their 20th birthday in 1932 ☆

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Circa 1980’s reproduction film still of Clara Bow and Antonio Moreno in “It” (1927) ☆

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Reading Redhead ☆ Clara Bow in a scene from the “lost” film Red Hair (1928) ☆

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To celebrate the release of Wings on January 24th, the Clara Bow Archive presents:

A Week of “Wings”

Day Seven: Clara Bow puts an inebriated Charles “Buddy” Rogers to bed.

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Clara Bow and Charles “Buddy” Rogers in a scene from Get Your Man, 1927.

Clara Bow on the phone in a scene from Call Her Savage, 1932.

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Clara Bow as Angela Warriner in Wine, 1924.

Typed on reverse:

WINE

THE FLAPPER’S LAST LETTER TO A REAL MAN

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Clara Bow talks on the phone while taking a milk bath in Eve’s Lover, 1925.

Typed on reverse:

Clara Bow, the flapper specialist, has taken to milk baths. Not as an aid to beauty but because her role in “Eve’s Lover”, a Warner Bros. production, demands it. Miss Bow claims a milk bath is quite refreshing and as good as water - once in awhile.

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