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Ziegfeld Girl: Mabel Boade ~ Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1925, "Louie the 14th" (1925), "No Foolin" (1926), "Rio Rita" (1927 – 1928), "Rosalie" (1928), "Whoopee" (1928 – 1929), "Simple Simon" (1930), and "Smiles" (1930 – 1931).

Ziegfeld Girl: Fanny Brice. Photo: Edward Steichen, for Vanity Fair (1925). Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1910, 1911, 1916, 1917, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1934, and 1936.

Ziegfeld Girl: Kay English ~ Performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and 1931, The Ziegfeld musicals "No Foolin'" (1926), "Rio Rita" (1927-1928) and "Show Girl" (1929).

Untitled, published in PLAYBOY, Alberto Vargas, date unknown. From the time Esquire first introduced America to the Varga Girl in 1940, the name Vargas has been synonymous with pin-up and pin-up art. Alberto Vargas (1896 - 1982) was born in Peru, studied in Zurich and Geneva before leaving Europe, and arrived on Ellis Island, October 1916. May 1919, a rep. of the Ziegfeld Follies asked to show his work to Mr Ziegfeld. Vargas became the most famous and prolific pin-up artist of all time.

Lilyan Tashman was a Ziegfeld girl, silent film actress and a model, from the late 1910s until the early 1930s.