Stamped, on reverse, top center, in red ink: PLEASE CREDIT / A.L.SCHAFER / COLUMBIA PICTURES; Typewritten text, on reverse, diagonally, lower left to upper right, in black: GRECIAN IN FEELING with its shoulders caught together with jeweled / clips and fitted circular skirt is this dress of black velvet worn by / Fay Wray, appearing opposite Richard Arlen in Columbia's "Park / Avenue Dame." The waistline shows the new influence of both high and / low in its draped closeness from the hipline to well under the bust. / Dress from Viola S. Dimmitt, Los Angeles. (FAY WRAY- #585)
WGST 51.8, The Femme Fatale in Literature, Film, and Myth, Paul Carranza, Spring 2014
The Golden Age of Hollywood: 1930-1950, Churchill P. Lathrop Gallery, Elevator Vestibule, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 11, 2008-January 4, 2009.
Robert Dance; given to present collection, 2001.
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