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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • CARNAVAL EN LA HABANA, 1941

Double Exposure: 1926

Double Exposure: 1926

Washington, D.C., 1926. "Dr. Curt L. Heymann and Miss Isabel Boniface." Two photographers photographed. National Photo glass negative. View full size.

 

Miss Boniface

Tried to find out information about Isabel. An actress by that name had a part in the 1969 movie "True Grit" with John Wayne. Could this be the same Ms. Boniface? The only photo available from the film is a screen capture showing a woman in her 60s. Not much more info available about the doctor.

[He was a correspondent for the German newspapers. - Dave]

Multiple meanings

When I first saw the title "Double Exposure" I thought at the very least it was a double entendre, seeing as this can be considered quite risque for this era.

Too Busy for Fun

I assume that's his tan line on his neck.

Photo of photographer and subject

It's a nice photo, the light is very nice. I think it would benefit some cropping at the bottom.

[Then we wouldn't be able to see the first photographer! - Dave]

Finally

A nice bathing suit!

 
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