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SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1920.
A Attractive Personalities in the Dramatic World N Ml J7 iW pa hi' ( reran iii'i'iii.ir .mi I'oini'ilv sfiip, ivlm lias jniui'il llic ft'hl Midniirht Krolie. Nan Phillips in -I'lMtr Little I iirl," pho tographed in a t,'l 1 1 1 1 -r pose, Margaret Anglin cherishing a vellum bound variorum nf "Sophocles Kleetra" inmk1 eutirelj hv herself, she nppears in "The Woman of Mronzc" at the Krazce Theatre this week. Dorothy Jardi Broadway Rea New Vork this "TO II as -In' will a l2() ,' ipear in nillg in A double stage is used in "Spanish Love," now having a sueeesst'ul run at Maxine Elliott's Theatre. Left tii right arc : (Ins ('. Weinburg, Kenyon Bishop, Hen Hendricks and -Maria Ascarra. A eurious photographic t'reik happened when thi attractive picture of ngrid Solfeng nf "The Midnight Rounders" at the Century was made. The camera man snapped himself as reflected in the crystal globe, as careful in spection shows. Kileen Wilson as she appeals in K r ro I Carrol's play. "The Lady and the Lamp." Attractive picture of Maryon 'atlie, one of the at- traetions in "Ciu- ilerella on Unmil- wav," at the Wiu- ter Gardei