European Postcards - Miss Lillian Gish

 British Cinema Art, London. George Neville, Edgar Nelson, Burr McIntosh, Kate Bruce, Richard Barthelmess, Lillian Gish, Lowell Sherman, Vivia Ogden, Creighton Hale, Mary Hay


 British postcard by Cinema Art, London. Photo publicity still for Way Down East (David Wark Griffith, 1920).


 French postcard by Cinémagazine-Edition, Paris, no. 236.


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 631. Photo Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)  Parufamet. Publicity still for La Bohème (King Vidor, 1926).


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 632. Photo Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)  Parufamet. Publicity still for La Bohème (King Vidor, 1926).


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 634. Photo Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)  Parufamet. Publicity still for La Bohème (King Vidor, 1926).


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 18851. Photo Parufamet. Lillian Gish in The Scarlet Letter (Victor Sjöström, 1926).


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 35331. Lillian Gish and Ralph Forbes in the American silent film The Enemy (Fred Niblo, MGM 1927).


 German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 35452, 1928-1929. Photo United Artists.


 German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 8441, 1925-1926. Photo Apeda (Alexander W. Dreyfoos), New York  British-American-Films A.G. Bafag.


 German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 14871, , 1927-1928. Photo Metro-Goldwyn Mayer  FaNaMet.


 German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 19801, 1927-1928. Photo Metro-Goldwyn Mayer  FaNaMet. Publicity still for Annie Laurie (John S. Robertson, 1927).


 German postcard by Ross-Verlag, no. 35451, 1928-1929. Photo United Artists.


 German postcard. Ross Verlag No. 8442. British-American Film A.-G. (Bafag), Berlin. Lillian Gish in the film The White Sister (Henry King 1923), shot in Italy.


 German Ross Verlag No. 10341. Phoebus Film.  Romola (Henry King, MGM 1924), shot on location in Italy


 Italian postcard by Casa Editrice Ballerini & Fratini, Firenze (B.F.F.), no. 199. Photo Metro-Goldwyn, Roma (MGM). Publicity still for La Bohème (King Vidor, 1926)


 Italian postcard, no. 22. Publicity still for The Scarlet Letter (Victor Sjöström, 1926)


Spanish postcard by EFB, no. A-62. 1920


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