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English: Kitty Carlisle in Die Fledermaus, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, November 1, 1933
Date 1 November 1933
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Author Carl Van Vechten
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Public domain As the restrictions on this collection expired in 1986, the Library of Congress believes this image is in the public domain.
However, the Carl Van Vechten estate has asked that use of Van Vechten's photographs "preserve the integrity" of his work, i.e, that photographs not be colorized or cropped, and that proper credit is given to the photographer. For more information consult Restrictions on Van Vechten Photographs.


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