Gus Edwards and Senorita Armida atop a luggage cart, 1928
- Gus Edwards and Senorita Armida atop a luggage cart, 1928
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- September 1928
- Los Angeles Times
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- Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection
In a newspaper article, Senorita Armida identifies herself as Armida Tovar and says that she is from St. Louis ["She Danced Away Her Pounds: Senorita Armida Admits That She Used to Be Just Plain 'Fat,' and Tells How She Attained Her Now Ravishing Figure," Milwaukee Journal, 11 Jun. 1933]
Gus Edwards and protégé Senorita Armida atop a luggage cart, which has a "Santa Fe" stamp.
Corresponding typescript note (image 21198/zz002dd6c1) reads: Watch your credit. "P & A Photos" LA 15110 (Los Angeles Bureau). Gus Edwards finds new beauty for filmdom. Gus Edwards, has another beautiful young protégé that may appear in motion pictures in the near future. She is a lovely little Spanish girl who is called simply Senorita Armida. Edwards is to supervise the musicals for some of the talking pictures. Photo shows Gus Edwards and his protégé, Senorita Armida. (NY CHI) 9/21/28."
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- b&w nitrate negative
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