From CRIMES AT THE DARK HOUSE, Margaret Yarde.
She was a great beauty in her day.
Black Tuesday, they called it.
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Was she quite a lively dancer?
Hey, that’s Terry Jones!
Feel slightly ashamed of this post. I have another sizable Tod Slaughter piece, but I lost the disc so illustrating it becomes an issue…
And, as you might expect, there’s a bit of a law of diminishing returns with old Tod.
That’s Col Hall of Fort Baxter, Kansas, in a frock.
There is actually a character in drag in one of the Inspector Hornleigh films who looks just like this woman.
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