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Irene Castle and Vernon Castle in Uniform with German Shepherd Dog

Date: 08 21 1917
Description: Original caption:

"The above picture is the first that has been taken of Mrs. Vernon Castle and her soldier husband since he returned to this country aft...

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Irene Castle

Date: 1915
Description: Waist-up studio portrait of Irene Castle.
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Irene Castle

Date: 1938
Description: Studio portrait of Irene Castle by Ernest Bachrach and copyrighted by RKO in 1938. This photograph was used to promote the Fred Astare and Ginger Rogers fi...
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Irene Castle and Robert Treman.

Date: 06 1922
Description: Original caption: "Irene Castle and her husband, Robert Treman, leaving London for Paris via the aerial route on Mrs. Castle's latest trip abroad."
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Vernon Castle

Date: 
Description: Studio portrait of Vernon Castle wearing a wing collar.
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Vernon Castle

Date: 1918
Description: Captain Vernon Castle of the British Royal Flying Corps standing in uniform beside a Curtis Jenny with British markings. Castle flew over 150 missions at t...
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Vernon Castle and Irene Castle.

Date: 1913
Description: "The Tango of Today." Vernon and Irene Castle demonstrate a modern hands-free tango. A reproduction of this photograph was used in their 1914 book Moder...
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Irene Castle and Vernon Castle

Date: 1915
Description: A lovely studio portrait of the husband and wife dance team, Vernon and Irene Castle. Photograph by Moffett Studio, Chicago.
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Vernon Castle and Irene Castle

Date: 1915
Description: Attractive portrait of the husband-wife dance team, Vernon and Irene Castle standing in a bay window photographed by Ira L. Hill's Studio of New York.
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Vernon Castle and Irene Castle.

Date: 1914
Description: The husband-wife dance team Vernon and Irene Castle on horseback on Long Island, a publicity photograph by Haas Photos of New York.
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Irene Castle

Date: 1912
Description: Publicity portrait of the dancer Irene Castle wearing the lace Dutch cap Vernon bought her in Brussels in 1912.
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Vernon Castle and Irene Castle

Date: 1913
Description: Full-length portrait of the celebrated dancing partners Vernon and Irene Castle dancing cheek to cheek. Irene wears a gauzy dress decorated with butterflie...
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Vernon Castle and Irene Castle

Date: 1913
Description: "The Tango of Today." Vernon and Irene Castle demonstrate a modern hands-free tango. A similar photograph was used in their 1914 book Modern Dancing...
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Irene Castle and Rastus

Date: 1915
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Irene Castle holding her pet monkey Rastus.
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Irene Castle and her pet dog

Date: 1914
Description: Full-length studio portrait in front of a painted backdrop of Irene Castle in a black Persian lamb coat and hat holding one of her small Brussels Griffon d...
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Irene Castle in American Indian Dance Costume

Date: 1914
Description: Full-length studio portrait of the dancer Irene Castle in an American Indian costume with many feathers. It is autographed "Sincerely Yours, Irene Castle."
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Irene Castle, in Watch Your Step

Date: 1914
Description: Full-length publicity portrait of Irene Castle in a tripping pose for Irving Berlin's 1914 Broadway musical Watch Your Step.
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Irene Castle in Uniform

Date: 1918
Description: Original caption: "Mrs. Vernon Castle In her 'preparedness suit.' This is made on strictly mannish lines, and has no trimming whatever. She is shown here w...
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Publicity Photograph of Irene Castle

Date: 1918
Description: Publicity photograph of Irene Castle in a gauzy dress sitting on top of a column.
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Irene Castle in Scottish Highland Costume Holding a Dog

Date: 1917
Description: Waist-up portrait of Irene Castle holding one of her small Belgian Griffon dogs.

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