Composer John Philip Sousa, hands over his baton to Charlie Chaplin - 1916.
Though 27 years old, Charlie Chaplin looks like a teenager.
"Take A Chance" (1918)
Bebe Daniels and Harold Lloyd are robbed by pickpockets in “Young Mr. Jazz” (1919)
Mary Pickford in In The Bishop’s Carriage (1913)
1919 - Charlie Chaplin shows the Bishop of Birmingham how he gets into his tramp persona.
Anna Pavlova and Alexandre Volinine by Mishkin, c. 1915
Olive Thomas - one of the better publicity stills I’ve seen for her. It dates to her time with Triangle, so c.1916-17
Rudolph Valentino in A Society Sensation (Paul Powell, 1918)
The Rolin Film Company, founded by Hal Roach in the Bradbury Mansion at the corner of Court Street and Hill Street in Los Angeles - 1915
Harold Lloyd started his climb to fame at this studio. It was so drafty, that he dubbed it “Pneumonia Hall”. Sadly, it was demolished in 1929.