Josephine Dunn - c. 1920s

by Ruth Harriet Louise


Josephine Dunn gets caught by William Haines - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn gets caught by William Haines - c. 1920s


Josephine Dunn - “Excess Baggage” (1928)

Josephine Dunn - “Excess Baggage” (1928)

Carole Lombard. Virginia Bruce, Kathryn Crawford and Josephine Dunn - publicity photos for "Safety In Numbers" (1930)

Josephine Dunn 

Josephine Dunn 

thisisnodream:

Josephine Dunn, c. 1930s. (x)

thisisnodream:

Josephine Dunn, c. 1930s. (x)


Josephine Dunn (far too pretty to be excess baggage!) - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn (far too pretty to be excess baggage!) - c. 1920s


Josephine Dunn - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn - c. 1920s


Josephine Dunn gets caught by William Haines - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn gets caught by William Haines - c. 1920s

mothgirlwings:

Josephine Dunn perfects her lipstick - c. 1930s

mothgirlwings:

Josephine Dunn perfects her lipstick - c. 1930s

extranuance:

Excess Baggage (1928) Greta Granstedt, Josephine Dunn, & Kathleen Clifford

extranuance:

Excess Baggage (1928) Greta Granstedt, Josephine Dunn, & Kathleen Clifford

A Man’s Man (1929) was a silent William Haines comedy in which his wife, Josephine Dunn, wants to become a movie star and meet Greta Garbo.”Garbomania” was enough of a phenomenon in 1929 to motivate a film; in this case, a lost film. 

A Man’s Man (1929) was a silent William Haines comedy in which his wife, Josephine Dunn, wants to become a movie star and meet Greta Garbo.
Garbomania” was enough of a phenomenon in 1929 to motivate a film; in this case, a lost film. 

Josephine Dunn - c. 1930s

Josephine Dunn - c. 1930s

Josephine Dunn - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn and her nifty makeup case - c. 1920s

Josephine Dunn and her nifty makeup case - c. 1920s