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lulu  This page presents an annotated, worldwide bibliography of lesser newspaper and magazine citations relating to Louise Brooks. This page includes entries dating from 1920 through 1929. These lesser citations - which include short articles, brief mention in longer articles, full page captioned photographs, or other interesting references - are not included in the main periodical bibliography. Nevertheless, for biographical or historical reasons, they are worthy of note. Entries are given in chronological order. Additionally, the country of origin of each citation is offered in brackets.

This page is a work in progress. The intention of this bibliography is to be as comprehensive as possible. Most citations represent a substantial or significant article. Some citations are linked to the material cited. (Some links reside on the Louise Brooks Society website, while others exist elsewhere on the internet.) An * indicates that a copy of this citation is held in the archives of the LBS. If you know of additional citations, or can provide further information on the entries noted on this page, please contact the Louise Brooks Society via . If you would like to help find vintage newspaper articles, please follow this link. This bibliography has been compiled by Thomas Gladysz, and was last updated in September 2005.

References from the 1920's

White, George. (as told to Nanette Kutner). "Stick to Women: They're Safer Than Horses." New York Evening Graphic, September 20, 1924. (United States) *
--- portrait of Brooks included in this piece about George White's betting habits; article in New York City newspaper

anonymous. Waukesha Daily Freeman, February 9, 1925. (United States) *
--- "Many a Londoner took a second look on his monocle when Louise Brooks, New York dancer, stepped out behind the footlights. Pictured here, taken on board the S. S. Homeric, returning to New York." - captioned photo in Waukesha, Wisconsin newspaper

anonymous. "Cameragrams." Helena Indepenedent, February 15, 1925. (United States) *
--- same as previous entry - captioned photo in Helena, Montana newspaper

Johnson, Alfred Cheney. "Louise Brooks." Das Magazin, no. 5, 1925. (Germany)
--- photo of Brooks in general interest German magazine; one of the earliest images of the actress in a European publication

Paris Nights, May, 1925. (United States)
--- includes cheesecake picture of Brooks in a slightly risque two piece ensemble

anonymous. "Paramount Signs Follies Girl." Daily News, May 25, 1925. (United States) *
--- instance of brief, syndicated news item in Frederick, Maryland newspaper

Johnston, Alfred Cheney. Paris Nights, June, 1925. (United States)
-- full page portrait by Alfred Cheney Johnston

anonymous. "The Merry Villager." Morning Telegraph, July 5, 1925. (United States) *
--- mention in theatrical gossip column; New York City newspaper

anonymous. "The Merry Villager." Morning Telegraph, July 12, 1925. (United States) *
--- mention in theatrical gossip column; "Louise Brooks had some beautiful pictures taken recently and they have been coming out in the magazines. She is a very beautiful girl and the magazines always appear to like to print her picture." - New York City newspaper

anonymous. "First Nights." Morning Telegraph, July 19, 1925. (United States) *
--- small article about Brooks and the Follies; New York City newspaper

"Still More Newcomers." Los Angeles Timesh, July 22, 1925. (United States) *
--- photographic portrait in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous "The Merry Villager." Morning Telegraph, July 26, 1925. (United States) *
--- two write-ups in theatrical gossip column; New York City newspaper

anonymous. "Our Own News Camera." Motion Picture Classic, August, 1925. (United States) *
--- small, captioned image of Brooks by William Potter; "Louise Brooks, of Louie the 14th, rated the prettiest showgirl in New York, enters pictures in The Street of Forgotten Men." - among the earliest depictions in a film magazine

anonymous. "The Merry Villager." Morning Telegraph, August 2, 1925. (United States) *
--- mention in theatrical gossip column; New York City newspaper

anonymous. "The Merry Villager." Morning Telegraph, August 23, 1925. (United States) *
--- mention in theatrical gossip column; New York City newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Beautiful Women in American Art, ??, 1925. (United States) *
-- page 30; captioned, full page portrait in section devoted to "Charming Figures of the American Stage"

White Studio. "Louise Brooks." Artists and Models Magazine, ??, 1925. (United States) *
-- page 15; captioned, full page cynotype portrait credited to the White Studio

anonymous. "Tax Payments Reported." Variety, September 9, 1925. (United States) *
--- for 1924, Brooks is reported to have paid $6,033 in income tax on an estimated income of nearly $50,000

Dean, James W. "The Sidewalks of New York." Utican Observer-Dispatch, September 23, 1925. (United States) *
--- "Saw Charlie Chaplin and he seemed gay in the company of Louise Brooks, a young chorus dancer." - instance of mention in syndicated column

Hesser, Edwin Bower. Garden of Girls, November 1925. (United States)
--- two captioned full-page portraits by Hesser

Los Angeles Times, November 8, 1925. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "We Knew Her When." Wichita Beacon, November 29, 1925. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in Wichita, Kansas newspaper

anonymous. "News From the Dailies." Variety, December 2, 1925. (United States) *
--- brief item regarding Brooks' lawsuit against John De Mirjian

anonymous. "News From the Dailies." Variety, December 9, 1925. (United States) *
--- second brief item regarding Brooks' lawsuit against John De Mirjian

"The Days News in Pictures." Oshkosh Northwestern, December 10, 1925. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in Oshkosh, Wisconsin newspaper

Kadel & Herbert. "Extra-ordinary." Los Angeles Times, December 27, 1925. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in Los Angeles, California newspaper

1926

author unknown. Film Fun, January, 1926. (United States)

Redway, Sara. "Passing of the Brown Derby." Motion Picture Classic, January, 1926. (United States) *
--- three page article on Ford Sterling includes a captioned still from The American Venus which includes Brooks

anonymous. "Wichita's Own Louise." Wichita Beacon, January 24, 1926. (United States) *
--- captioned photo; Wichita, Kansas newspaper

"In Lead Feminine Role." Moving Picture World, January 30, 1926. (United States)
--- page 443; trade journal article

Martin, Quinn. "On the Screen." Oakland Tribune, February 21, 1926. (United States) *
--- write-up in syndicated column in Oakland, California newspaper

anonymous. "Introducing the Newcomers - No. 1." Dallas Morning News, February 28, 1926. (United States) *
--- potrait with text in Dallas, Texas newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Screenland, March, 1926. (United States) *
--- near full page portrait

Soanes, Wood. "Curtain Calls." Oakland Tribune, March 4, 1926. (United States) *
--- write-up in column in Oakland, California newspaper

Monroe, Edward Thayer. Picture-Play, April, 1926. (United States) *
-- captioned, full page portrait on page 41; "Louise Brooks, recently snatched from the Follies by Paramount, starts as a beautiful manicure girl and rises to musical-comedy fame in Adolphe Menjou's A Social Celebrity.

Romeo, Ramon. "Guess Who's in Town." Moving Picture Stories, April 6, 1926. (United States) *
-- brief article and still from A Social Celebrity.

anonymous. "Today's Radio Program." New York Times, April 10, 1926. (United States) *
--- a Louise Brooks is listed as appearing on radio station WGBS - "10:00 pm - Movie Broadcast: Louise Brooks, soprano." - program notes in New York City newspaper

Miller, Barbara. "New Follies Girls Outnumber the Old in Race for Filmland Laurels; One Every Minute Now." Los Angeles Times, April 25, 1926. (United States) *
--- short mention leads article; "Most recent among the hikers is piquant Louise Brooks, who has been lending her youthfull grace to the screen for less than six months. At present she is working in . . . ."

"She Comes from Kansas." May, 1926. (United States) *
-- captioned, full page portrait by M.I. Boris

Bystander, The. "Over the Teacups." Picture-Play, May, 1926. (United States)
-- pictured and discussed in film news & gossip column

"Louise Brooks Film Star." Redbook, May, 1926. (United States) *
-- full page portrait by Edward Thayer Monroe

anonymous. "In Ziegfeld Picture." Buffalo Morning Express, May 23, 1926. (United States) *
--- "William Collier, Jr., has been cast for an important role in Florenz Ziegfeld's production. Glorifying the American Girl, which will be one of Paramount 8 biggest spectacles of next season, it was announced yesterday by William Le Baron. Collier's latest film appearance was In The Rainmaker, soon to be released. Prior to that he played the role of the Prodigal in The Wanderer. Louise Brooks is the only other actress named thus far for a principal part. Edward Sutherland will direct." - instance of mention in film gossip column in Rochester, New York newspaper

anonymous. "En bobning som det tvistas om." Film Nyheter, number 31, 1926. (Sweden) *
--- brief article with image from Just Another Blonde

Broadway, Beau. "Reeling Down Broadway." Screen Secrets, June, 1926. (United States)
-- Brooks is pictured and mentioned in an article

Muray, Nickolas. "Louise Brooks." Art & Beauty, June, 1926. (United States) *
-- full page portrait by Nickolas Muray

Muray, Nickolas. "Louise Brooks." Motion Picture Classic, June, 1926. (United States)
-- full page portrait by Nickolas Muray

anonymous. "Among Those Present: All in Six Months." Picture-Play, June, 1926. (United States)
-- short item and portrait in column devoted to "Brief sketches of some interesting though less familiar players."

anonymous. "Den Andra filmgenerationen pa vag mot framgangen." Filmjournalen, June 6, 1926. (Sweden) *
-- Brooks is pictured in passing in this pictorial ("The Second generation of the movies on their way to success.") about up-and-coming stars

anonymous. "Notes Made in a Studio." New York Times, June 6, 1926. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in film column in New York City newspaper

Moving Picture World, June 12, 1926. (United States)
--- profile

Romeo, Ramon. "New Vamps For Old." Moving Picture Stories, June 15, 1926. (United States) *
--- Brooks is discussed and pictured (portrait by M.I. Boris)

Movie Times, July 1, 1926. (Japan) *
--- captioned photo of the actress (from American Venus) in Japanese film magazine

Richardson, Herbert. "Louise Brooks." New York Herald Tribune, July 4, 1926. (United States) *
--- pencil drawing of the actress; New York City newspaper

Martin, Quinn. "On the Screen." Oakland Tribune, July 11, 1926. (United States) *
--- write-up in syndicated column in Oakland, California newspaper

anonymous. "Louise Brooks, Broadway Favorite Before Entering Films." Daily Oklahoman, July 22, 1926. (United States) *
--- instance of syndicated article in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma newspaper

anonymous. "The Way of the Stage." Morning Telegraph, July 23, 1926. (United States) *
--- mention in theatrical column regarding Ziegfeld invitation to Brooks to be the guest of honor at that evening's Follies; New York City newspaper

Muray, Nickolas. "Louise Brooks." American Beauties, August, 1926. (United States) *
-- page 30; captioned, full page portrait with verse

anonymous. "Milestones." Time, August 2, 1926. (United States) *
--- Brooks ("piquant Cinéma ingenue") and Sutherland marriage is noted

anonymous. "Una Belleza del Ziegfeld Follies Hace su Debut Como Primera Actriz, al Lado de Adolphe Menjou." Excelsior, August 26, 1926. (Mexico) *
--- short article about Brooks and her role in A Social Celebrity in Mexico City newspaper

anonymous. "Pola's Sobs Heard Above Requiem Mass For Rudy As Thousands Pay Tribute." Morning Telegraph, August 31, 1926. (United States) *
--- article about Valentino's funeral mass - "Louise Brooks cried unashamed." - New York City newspaper

Williams, Whitney. "Under the Lights." Los Angeles Times, September 5, 1926. (United States) *
--- segment devoted to Brooks, with portrait, in film news column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Hectic Times." Los Angeles Daily Illustrated News, September 5, 1926. (United States) *
--- captioned photographs of Louise Brooks and Eddie Sutherland in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Stuyvesant, Isabel. "Society of Cinemaland." Los Angeles Times, September 5, 1926. (United States) *
--- segment devoted to Brooks and Sutherland in film gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Swan, Gilbert. "In New York." Fitchburg Sentinel, September 7, 1926. (United States) *
--- mention in syndicated column in Fitchburg, Massachusetts newspaper

anonymous. "The Gossip Shop." The Bookman, October, 1926. (United States)
-- "Valentino is dead and the public mourns; Louise Brooks is married."

anonymous. "Girls Will Be Girls." Motion Picture, October, 1926 (United States) *
-- Brooks is one of six actresses in this two page feature comparing feminin hairstyles of old with the then modern woman

anonymous. "Buying on Fifth Avenue through Photoplay's Shopping Service." Photoplay, October, 1926. (United States)
-- two-page fashion spread which includes line drawings of Brooks

Hesser, Edwin Bower. Arts Monthly Pictorial, October, 1926. (United States)
-- full page portrait of Brooks by Edwin Bower Hesser in the "Magazine of Pictures for Artists and Art Students"

Milne, Peter. "The Keystone Kop Who Became a Director." Motion Picture Classic, October, 1926. (United States) *
-- article on Malcolm St. Clair which includes a caricature of Brooks by the director, and this mention: "Louise Brooks, the ex-Follies girl from the corn belt, Mal believes, will be a real star - when she changes the style of her haircut. She has a beautiful profile but she hides it with a sharp square bob."

anonymous. "I Terpsichores fotspår." Filmjournalen, October 24, 1926. (Sweden) *
-- Brooks is pictured in this article about actresses who were dancers

Cohill, William. "Haphazard Tests in Selecting Talent For Screen Expensive and Now Abandoned." Birmingham News, October 24, 1926. (United States) *
--- part one of a three part article - "One of the most striking cases of screen type discovered on the stage is that of Louise Brooks. A producer happened to take some friends to the Follies one evening, and with his unfailing showmanship he saw in Louise Brooks exceptional screen material. Those who have seen her on the screen will agree as to the vivid arresting quality of her beauty. It is like a flame, and she has personality to a marked degree. So much for the trained eye which picked her out, and for the stage training which gave her the opportunity to be developed into an asset." - article in Birmingham, Alabama newspaper (Brooks is also mentioned in the thrird part of the article - see November 7, 1926 citation)

Arts Monthly Pictorial, November, 1926. (United States)
-- portrait of Brooks in Edwin Bower Hesser's in "The Magazine of Pictures for Artists and Art Students"

Revere, F. Vanve de. "Whose Hands ?" Motion Picture, November, 1926 (United States) *
-- "Read the Analyses and See If You Recognize the Owners of These Palms." - Brooks is one of three hands pictured in this full-page feature; the answer, along with a picture of Brooks and short text appears in the December, 1926 issue

"Galeria de Estrelias." Carteles, November 7, 1926. (Cuba) *
-- captioned publicity still in this general interest magazine from Havana

Cohill, William. "Qualifications Vital for Screen Career Are Outlined by Former Casting Director." Birmingham News, November 7, 1926. (United States) *
--- part three of a three part article - "Louise Brooks, a dancer with the Ziegfeld Follies, as I have already told you in a previous article, had a similar experience, hopping overnight from mediocrity into filmdom's favored ranks." - article in Birmingham, Alabama newspaper

Hall, Mordaunt. "Brilliant Opening at New Paramount." New York Times, November 20, 1926. (United States) *
--- Brooks is noted as having attended the opening of a new theater; article in New York City newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Motion Picture, December, 1926. (United States) *
-- full page portrait (by James Doolittle) with text

anonymous. "East and West." Photoplay, December, 1926. (United States) *
-- Brooks and Eddie Sutherland are pictured in an article

"Best Wishes to Mr. Adolph Zukor." Variety, December 1, 1926. (United States) *
-- page 140; advertisement taken out by Louise Brooks

anonymous. "Wichita Girls Climbing." Wichita Beacon, December 5, 1926. (United States) *
--- captioned photographs of Brooks and Iris Grey; Wichita, Kansas newspaper

1927

anonymous. "The Younger Screen Set." Boston Post, January 4, 1927. (United States) *
--- write-up in film gossip column in Boston, Massachusetts newspaper

Nye, Myra. "Society of Cinemaland." Los Angeles Times, January 9, 1927. (United States) *
--- brief write up in film gossip column in brief article with portrait in Los Angeles, California newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Picturegoer, February 1927. (England) *
--- full page portrait with brief text

Young, George. "Motion Picture Test Novelity to Geo. Young." Toronto Star, February 7, 1927. (Canada) *
--- article in Toronto, Canada newspaper

anonymous. "Paramount Gives Out Star List." Los Angeles Times, February 14, 1927. (United States)
--- article with mention and portrait in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Cafe News." Los Angeles Examiner, February 23, 1927. (United States) *
--- write-up in column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "News of the Cafes." Los Angeles Times, February 23, 1927. (United States) *
--- "The Montmarte Cafe in Hollywood will celebrate with a George Washington Birthday Night this evening with Louise Brooks, film star, as the guest of honor." - mention in article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Parsons, Louella O. "Hobart Bosworth Engaged by Harry Cohn to Star." Los Angeles Examiner, February 23, 1927. (United States) *
--- write-up in column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Four Paramount Players Leave for East Coast." Hollywood Daily Citizen, March 1, 1927. (United States) *
--- mention of Brooks in article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Dresher, Doris. "Society in Filmland." Hollywood Daily Citizen, March 3, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Lane, Tamar. "Building Stars for Paramount." Film Mercury, March 4, 1927. (United States) *
--- article in film trade journal

Pearson, Felicia. "Movie Graphs." Washington Post, March 6, 1927. (United States) *
--- "Paramount is launching another 'new faces' campaign by the establishment of the Paramount Stock Co. . . . The following players are included . . . Louise Brooks." - item in film column in Washington D.C. newspaper

Dresher, Doris. "Society in Filmland." Hollywood Daily Citizen, March 24, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

author unknown. "By Their Legs Ye Shall Know Them." Motion Picture Classic, April, 1927. (United States)
-- Brooks is pictured, in this one-page feature

anonymous. "Whose Legs ?." Photoplay, April, 1927. (United States) *
-- Brooks' legs are pictured - "The grandest, swellest, most awe-inspiring works of art that ever stepped from the Scandals chorus to the studio floor to delight, amaze and uplift the followers of the Eighth Art."

anonymous. "Of Interest To The Ladies." Northern Territory Times, April 20, 1927. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

Motion Picture, May, 1927. (United States) *
-- full page portrait of Brooks by Eugene Richee; caption reads "Some like them hot - some like them cold. Louise aims to please everyone, so she let those mean bangs grow and will try to be sweet and dignified for a while. She's all dressed up for Evening Clothes."

"New Pictures." Photoplay, May, 1927. (United States) *
-- full page captioned portrait (by Eugene Richee)

Photoplay, May, 1927. (United States)
-- captioned portrait of Brooks and Sutherland mentioning their interrupted Honeymoon

Evans, Delight. "Smile, Darn You, Smile." Screenland, May, 1927. (United States)
-- Brooks is included in this article

"Paramount's Junior Stars Named." Exhibitor's Herald, May 7, 1927. (United States)
--- captioned pictures; "Each signs a special contract which sets him apart for special encouragement and advancement during 1927. Brooks is pictured along with Richard Arlen, James Hall, Nancy Phillips and Sally Blane."

anonymous Zanesville Times-Signal, May 22, 1927. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks recently took her first ride in a college varsity shell. While on location at the University of California the championship crew allowed her to act as coxstrain in their boat for a brief ride." - small, untitled item on sports page in Zanesville, Ohio newspaper

N.E.A. "A Promising Youngster." Modesto News-Herald, May 22, 1927. (United States) *
--- caption wire-service photograph; "Jesse Lasky says that Louise Brooks (above) who has been appearing in vampire and Spanish roles is one of the five best junior stars now acting for the screen." - Modesto, California newspaper

anonymous. "What Every June Bride Should Know." Motion Picture, June 1927. (United States) *
-- Brooks, dresssed in a bridal gown, is included in this two page pictorial feature

Van Vechten, Carl. "Hollywood Parties." Vanity Fair, June, 1927 (United States) *
--- "If parties are decorous in Hollywood, they are by no means infrequent. . . . Tom Geraghty brought trim Louise Brooks in one afternoon; the stately Betty Blythe arrived on another." - mention in article

Cohn, Gene. "Movie's Begin Hunt for Blond." Daily News, June 3, 1927. (United States) *
--- instance of syndicated (NEA Service) article and portrait in Frederick, Maryland newspaper

anonymous. "Louise to be Lorelei's Chum." Wichita Beacon, June 26, 1927. (United States) *
--- brief article and portrait; Wichita, Kansas newspaper

Pierce, Scott. "What It Costs to be a Well-Dressed Bride." Motion Picture Classic, July 1927. (United States) *
-- Brooks, dresssed in a bridal gown, is pictured

Van Vechten, Carl. "Hollywood Royalty." Vanity Fair, July, 1927 (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks, Betty Bronson, Florence Vidor, Wallace Beery, Raymond Griffith, Ricardo Cortez, Bebe Daniels, Richard Dix, Esther Ralston, all may be seen at Madame Helene's. Consequently the doors burst with idle bystanders who come into peer at these celebrated folk, even to make audible comments about them." - mention in article

Nina. "Sidelights of the Stage and Screen." Amarillo Globe, July 11, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks has introduced a nautical note into the fashions of the day. At the beach the other afternoon she was wearing a smartly tailored suit, a tie of a deep blue shade and a coat to match. Sea-going emblems were embroidered here and there — anchors and rudder wheels and a compass." - write-up in syndicated column in Amarillo, Texas newspaper

Babette. "Perfumes and Cosmetics Harmonize with Costume." San Francisco Examiner, July 18, 1927. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column

anonymous. "Chautauqua Lecturer Will Talk on the Girl of Today." Benton Harbor News-Palladium, July 28, 1927. (United States) *
--- short article with photo of Myra Brooks; "Proudly, she claims herself a grandmother, and reporters are often puzzled to distinguish between her and her daughter, the popular young film star Louise Brooks." - Benton Harbor, Michigan newspaper

Babette. "The Pictured Frock." San Francisco Examiner, July 28, 1927. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column; "And so, let's consider how charmingly cool Louise Brooks [ is ] in her dainty flesh colored chiffon delicately figured in shade of periwinkle blue."

Silver, Gordon R. "Reel Sirens of Screenland." Screen Secrets, August, 1927. (United States)
--- Brooks is pictured in this article on "Would the Vamps Shatter Hearts Upon the Silversheet in Actual Life ?"

Nina. "Sidelights of the Stage and Screen." Amarillo Globe, August 3, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks, changing her plans, suddenly left Hollyvood for a vacation trip in New York the other day. She recently completed work in the leading woman's role of Jim Tully's Beggars of Life, and upon her return to the Paramount studio will begin work in The Canary Murder Case which is to star William Powell." - write-up in syndicated column in Amarillo, Texas newspaper

anonymous. "Cinema Notes." New York Times, August 14, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned as being cast in a forthcoming production of Tillie's Punctured Romance; mention in a film column in New York City newspaper

Werner, O.E. Wade. "Movie Sidelights." Washington Post, June 12, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks and Eddie Sutherland are mentioned as among those Hollywood personalities who are building a home - instance of syndicated column (Associated Press) in Washington D.C. newspaper

Webb, Norman. "Story of the Box-Office." Film Spectator, August 20, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is ranked the 65th biggest draw among featured player

anonymous. "Louise Brooks Given Part in Beery Film." San Francisco Examiner, August 9, 1927. (United States) *
--- small news item; "Louise Brooks, she of the distinctive bob and brunette beauty . . . "

anonymous. "The Parade of New Pictures." New York Times, August 14, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned as being cast as Dorothy in a forthcoming production of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes; mention in a film column in New York City newspaper

anonymous. "Mother of Screen Favorite Louise Brooks, Visits Here." Benton Harbor News-Palladium, August 15, 1927. (United States) *
--- article about Myra Brooks; "Benton Harbor received a visit from the mother of the winsome and piquint movie star Louise Brooks Monday afternoon - none other than Myra Brooks, the distinguished writer and lecturer - herself as slim and graceful as her daughter . . . and indeed often mistaken for her artist child." - Benton Harbor, Michigan newspaper

anonymous. "Comedy-Drama on Day's Bill at Chautauqua." Benton Harbor News-Palladium, August 16 1927. (United States) *
--- review of day's performances; "Myra Brooks, mother of the charming queen of filmland, Louise Brooks, visited Benton Harbor Monday and talked at the Chautauqua tent on 'The Girl of Today,' most brilliantly and interestingly." - Benton Harbor, Michigan newspaper

Webb, Norman. "Story of the Box-Office." Film Spectator, August 20, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is ranked the 15th biggest draw among featured player

anonymous. "Ford Sterling Cast as Man Who Prefers Blondes." Hollywood Daily Citizen, August 20, 1927. (United States) *
--- notes that Brooks was "officially signed" for the role of Dorothy in Gentleman Prefer Blondes - article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

"Soft an' Fluffy an' Furry." San Francisco Examiner, August 21, 1927. (United States) *
--- fashion feature - three captioned photos; "The luxury of evening wraps or shawls is enhanced by soft fluffy furs. Brocade, metal threads, glistening beads and soft feathers all have their place in making the evening mode distinctly feminine. Louise Brooks, Laura La Plante and Norma Shearer are the fair models that display these evening things so effectively."

Dresher, Doris. "Society in Filmland." Hollywood Daily Citizen, August 25, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Entertained at Luncheon Party." Los Angeles Times, August 28, 1927. (United States) *
--- notes that Brooks attended a party in honor of Lina Basquette - mention in brief article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Film Notables Attend Opening." Los Angeles Times, August 29, 1927. (United States) *
--- notes that Brooks will attend the opening of the stage play Going Crooked - mention in brief article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

York, Cal. "Gossip of All the Studios." Photoplay, September, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is included and pictured

anonymous. "No Such Thing as Real Movie Type, Says Producers of Films." Kingsport Times, September 4, 1927. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks, one of the two girls chosen as Junior Stars, is a distinct brunette. She has black hair - brown eyes, is five feet, two and one half inches tall, and weighs one hundred and nine." - mention in instance of syndicated article in Kingsport, Tennessee newspaper

Campbell, Dan. "The Film Shop." Daily Northwestern, September 14, 1927. (United States) *
--- "Adolphe Menjou whistling opera airs while Louise Brooks brags about the intelligence of her four dogs." - mention in instance of syndicated (United Press) column in Oshkosh, Wisconsin newspaper

Kingsley, Grace. "Stroheim May Quit Directing." Los Angeles Times, September 15, 1927. (United States) *
--- short write up, "Louise Brooks Signs Again," about Brooks in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Binkley, Elena. "Title Arguement Between De Mille, M.G.M. Solved." Hollywood Daily Citizen, September 15, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is written-up in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Pearson, Felicia. "Movie Graphs." Washington Post, September 18, 1927. (United States) *
--- "To the great disappointment of everybody, Louise Brooks will not play Lorelei Lee's girl friend in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." - item in film column in Washington D.C. newspaper

"New Contract." Moving Picture World, September 24, 1927. (United States)
--- page 232; trade journal article

anonymous. "Fashion Feast by Film Favorites." Motion Picture, October, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is among the actresses pictured in this two page fashion spread

Screenland, October, 1927. (United States) *
--- full page portrait with text

L., C. A. "The Week on the Screen." Manchester Guardian, October 1, 1927. (England) *
--- mention in Manchester newspaper column; "What a curious, one-sided, one-sexed, treacherous thing is this charm, or personal magnetism, that Elinor Glyn adulates as 'It' and all spectacular entertainments cry out for in their stars! How much men love it in women! How much women hat it in men! When Louise Brooks, or Estelle Brody, or Mady Christians spends an evening demonstrating it on the screen, we are all of us, sane and silly, young and old, men and women, delighted."

"Louise Brooks." Cinelandia, November 1927. (United States) *
--- full page portrait with text in Spanish-language film journal

Waterbury, Ruth. "Youth." Photoplay, November, 1927. (United States) *
--- Brooks is pictured and mentioned in this article about up-and-coming actors

anonymous. "Hollywood." Theatre Magazine, November, 1927. (United States) *
-- brief text and picture in column of film world news; "Louise Brooks is now living with Jackie Coogan's ma and pa. She was going to be "Dorothy" in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' screen version, but was suddenly booked for something else. She has signed a long term contract with Paramount."

anonymous. "Cinema Shots from Coast to Coast and Back to Coast Again." Motion Picture Classic, November, 1927. (United States) *
-- pictorial feature includes a captioned picture of Brooks (photo by Otto Dyer)

Shore, D.G. "Twinkle, twinkle, Baby Stars." Motion Picture Classic, November, 1927. (United States) *
-- Brooks - along with Dolories Costello, Lois Moran, Betty Bronson and Olive Borden - are rendered in caricature

Babette. "How to Add 'Dash' to Frocks Told by Expert." San Francisco Examiner, November 7, 1927. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column; "This is an elaboration of the lounging pajama idea and would make a very attractive gift for Christmas. This particular one, worn by Louise Brooks, has a chartreuse jacket of velvet, with jade green satin trousers."

Kingsley, Grace. "Morosco Cast All Set to Go." Los Angeles Times, November 9, 1927. (United States) *
--- short write up about Brooks in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Alby, Marianne. "Les Modes se suivent . . . et ne se ressemblent pas." Cinémagazine, November 11, 1927. (France) *
--- pictured in an article about actresses, though Brooks is identified as Clara Bow

Wellman, Manly Wade. "Kansas Produces Many Stars." Wichita Beacon, November 11, 1927. (United States) *
--- discusses Brooks, Buster Keaton, Charles Rogers and Zasu Pitts - (the author is a legendary science fiction writer); Wichita, Kansas newspaper

Parsons, Louella O. "Lina Basquette is Signed for Title Role in Godless Girl" San Francisco Examiner, November 12, 1927. (United States) *
--- mention in syndicated column; Brooks will "play the lead" in Glorifying the American Girl

Alby, Marianne. "Les Modes se suivent . . . et ne se ressemblent pas." Cinèmagazine, November 18, 1927. (France) *
--- caption photo of Brooks is included in this article, though the actress is identified as Clara Bow; "Le charme piquant de Clara Bow lui a vala, des ses premiers films, un chaleureux accueil."

author unknown. Film Fun, December, 1927. (United States)

L., C. A. "The Week on the Screen." Manchester Guardian, December 17, 1927. (England) *
--- mention in Manchester newspaper column; "The quality of these moderns does not affect the issue. It is true that only three of them - Mollie O'Day, Louise Brooks and Janet Gaynor, - seem to have any valuable stuff to give us, and that of these three only the last has given a hint of independent, director-proof method and power."

Brooks, Louise. "My Favorite Recipe." Hollywood Daily Citizen, December 23, 1927. (United States) *
--- highlights "Tomatoes Stuffed with Pineaple, A Recipe" in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Babette. San Francisco Examiner, December 28, 1927. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column; "The grace of motion and the flattering lines that are given by the fringed skirt are smart for evening. This particular frock, worn by Louise Brooks, is made with the entire skirt of short fringe placed in diagonal sections."

1928

portrait. Los Angeles Times Annual Preview 1928, 1928. (United States) *
-- quarter page portrait in this newspaper film annual (page 21)

de Bru. "Who's Who in the Hollywood Social Swim?" Photoplay, January, 1928. (United States)
-- Brooks is one of 62 actors pictured in caricature

Donnell, Dorothy. "Will They Soon be Dressing Like Mother Eve." Motion Picture Classic, January, 1928. (United States) *
-- Brooks is pictured and mentioned; "Louise Brooks, former Follies favorite, kicks slim bare legs high in a Broadway picture . . . . "

Motion Picture, January, 1928. (United States)
-- depicted signing autographs for a group of aviators

Babette. San Francisco Examiner, January 14, 1928. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column; "Jersey combined with silk is the smartest combination of spring. Louise Brooks is wearing a beige jersey frock combined with black silk. The accessories are smartly black."

Alby, Marianne. "De la Danse a l'Ecran . . ." Cinèmagazine, January 20, 1928. (France) *
--- long article about film and dance - Brooks is briefly mentioned and pictured

Babette. San Francisco Examiner, January 20, 1928. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in (syndicated ?) fashion column; "The fragile beauty of lace lends itself to the graceful lines of the newest evening gowns that dip and drape with the aid of fluttering panels and uneven hemlines. This one, in beige, is worn by Louise Brooks."

Hall, Mourdant. "The Blonde's Victory." New York Times, January 22, 1928 (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned, in a review of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, as being cast alongside Ruth Taylor in a film called Fourteen-Karat Gold; mention in article in New York City newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Picturegoer, February 1928. (England) *
--- full page portrait with brief text

Brooks, Louise. "My Favorite Recipe." Hollywood Daily Citizen, April 13, 1928. (United States) *
--- highlights "Knickerbocker Supreme of Chicken, A Recipe" in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Paramount Stars of Tomorrow." Exhibitor's Herald and Moving Picture World, January 28, 1928. (United States) *
--- Brooks, named by Jesse Lasky along with Gary Cooper, Fay Wray, Charles Rogers and others, is included in this one page feature

Kingsley, Grace. "A Kid Party! - and such." Los Angeles Times, January 29, 1928. (United States) *
--- article about a party at Esther Ralstons includes a short write up about Brooks in Los Angeles, California newspaper

author unknown. Cine-Mundial, February, 1928. (United States)

Hommel, George. "Less Than the Dust." Motion Picture Classic, February, 1928. (United States) *
-- two-page photo spread: (photographs by George Hommel)

Shaw, Edna L. "Society in Filmland." Hollywood Daily Citizen, February 1, 1928. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Screen Vamps Grow Slimmer to Suit Public." Amarillo Globe, February 3, 1928. (United States) *
--- "But by the way of contrast there's the newer Louise Brooks, whose five feet one inch of coquetry causes many a masculine observer to breathe hard. Greta Garbo is of medium height . . . .quot; - brief article in Amarillo, Texas newspaper

Nye, Myra. "Society of Cinemaland." Los Angeles Times, February 5, 1928. (United States) *
--- brief mention in film gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Lorelei Lee Has A Busy Week." Washington Post, February 5, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Then [Ruth Taylor] is to plunge into another picture, Fourteen Karat Gold, in which she will be co-featured with the brunette, Louise Brooks." - article in Washington D.C. newspaper

anonymous. La Prensa, February 12, 1928. (Argentina) *
--- captioned photo in Buenos Aires, Argentina newspaper

anonymous. "Paramount Gives Out Star List." Los Angeles Times, February 14, 1928. (United States) *
--- brief mention in article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Odd Queries Answered." Toronto Star, February 18, 1928. (Canada) *
--- mention in question and answer column in Toronto, Canada newspaper

Corey, Herbert. "Manhattan Days and Nights." Bridgeport Telegram, February 23, 1928. (United States) *
--- "This public loses interest mighty fast. For a week after a scout for Ziegfeld found a pretty girl In a Childs window flipping cakes every white front had Its Interested audience. Louise Brooks herself could not get a tumble from the sidewalk nowadays, unless her press agent told the story." - instance of brief mention in syndicated column in Bridgeport, Connecticut newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Das Magazin, March, 1928. (Germany)
-- portrait in German pictorial

anonymous. "Time Makes Difference Leap Year Girl Says." Daily Tribune, March 3, 1928. (United States) *
--- captioned feature photo in Royal Oak, Michigan newspaper

"Louise Brooks." Picture Show, March 10, 1928. (England)
-- full-page portrait in the "art supplement" section

anonymous. "What Beaches Will Show This Season." Los Angeles Times, March 19, 1928. (United States) *
--- short article with image of Brooks in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Louise Brooks Owes Her Motion-Picture Career to George White's Scandals." Theatre, April, 1928. (United States) *
-- full page captioned portrait (by George Hommel), with text

Photoplay, April, 1928. (United States)
-- captioned fashion portrait of Brooks

Brooks, Louise. "My Favorite Recipe." Hollywood Daily Citizen, April 13, 1928. (United States) *
--- highlights "Pineapple Tapioca Cream, A Desert Suggestion" in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Die Wandelbarkeit der Erscheinung." Die Filmwoche, April 18, 1928. (Germany) *
--- full page devoted to Brooks - four portraits and brief text

"Une Belle Naïade: Louise Brooks." Ciné-Miroir, April 20, 1928. (France) *
-- brief text - captioned photo

anonymous. "Biografias de atistas Louise Brooks." La Pantalla, April 22, 1928. (Spain) *
-- one-paragraph biography along with full page portrait on the back cover

anonymous. La Prensa, April 22, 1928. (Argentina) *
--- captioned photo in Buenos Aires, Argentina newspaper

anonymous. "Close-Ups May Bless or Curse." Hollywood Daily Citizen, April 27, 1928. (United States) *
--- article about skin care in Los Angeles, California newspaper

"Where and How She Wears Them In and Around Hollywood." Motion Picture, May, 1928. (United States) *
-- two page fashion photo spread featuring Louise Brooks

Motion Picture, May, 1928. (United States) *
-- full-page portraitby Hommel, with text; "Ever since Louise Brooks packed up her pulchritude and trotted out to Hollywood, she has slayed them pretty. So much for personality. One look in Brooksy's direction and you have a picture tucked away in your mind for Bigger and Better dreams."

Gebhart, Myrtle. "They're Going to School for a Year." Picture-Play, May, 1928. (United States) *
-- two-page article on Paramount stars whose contracts are up for renewal; Brooks is pictured and discussed

Hommel. Picture-Play, May, 1928. (United States) *
-- full page portrait by George P. Hommel; caption reads "Louise Brooks is one of the precious few ex-Follies girls who really stood out like a firebrand among the demure sisterhood, and has brought the same quality to the screen. Now she is to be cofeatured with Ruth Taylor."

anonymous. "Policy of Economy Still Rules in Film World, Zukor Says." Washington Post, May 1, 1928. (United States) *
--- mentioned as being likely to become a star in article in Washington D.C. newspaper

anonymous. "Lasky Announces 74 Feature Films for Year's Output." Washington Post, May 1, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Glorifying the American Girl will go into production under the supervision of Florenz Ziegfeld. Mr. Ziegfeld will personally select the supporting cast for Louise Brooks and Nancy Carroll." - mentioned in article in Washington D.C. newspaper

anonymous. "Un homme en habit." Ciné-Miroir, May 4, 1928. (France)
-- photo of Brooks and Adolphe Menjou

anonymous. Excelsior, May 10, 1928. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Louise Brooks che abbandonerà il teatro per essere pilota della linea aerea S. Francisco - Chicago"

"Modas." Carteles, May 20, 1928. (Cuba) *
--- Brooks is included in a page of actresses modelling clothes

anonymous. "Lite dopp på dopparedan . . ." Filmjournalen, May 27, 1928. (Sweden) *
-- Brooks is pictured in this one-page pictorial about actresses and their swimming pools

Swan, Gilbert. "In New York." Bismarck Tribune, May 28, 1928 (United States) *
--- "She's another who came out of the ranks of chorines. . . Let's see. . . . So did Dolores Costello, Louise Brooks, Mae Murray, Marion Davies, Greta Nissen. . . ." - mention in instance of syndicated article in Bismark, North Dakota newspaper

Brinkley, Elena. "Louise Brooks Cast With Richard Dix in Redskin." Hollywood Daily Citizen, June 6, 1928. (United States) *
--- article in Hollywood, California newspaper

Brooks, Louise. "My Favorite Recipe." Hollywood Daily Citizen, June 8, 1928. (United States) *
--- highlights "Spanish Lobster in Casseroles, A Supper Suggestion" in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Louise Brooks." Cinemagraphie Francaise, June 8, 1929. (France) *
-- short article with portrait in French trade journal

anonymous. "Screen Gleenings." New York Times, June 17, 1928 (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned as being assigned to play an Indian Girl in Red Skin; mention in article in New York City newspaper

anonymous. "Louise for Indian." Zanesville Signal, June 24, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Richard Dix next Paramount production, Redskin, will be filmed entirely in techni-color, the Paramount west coast studio announced today. Louise Brooks was recently signed to play an Indian girl in the new picture." - instance of brief syndicated article in Zanesville, Ohio newspaper

author unknown. Film Fun, July, 1928. (United States)

Photoplay, July, 1928. (United States) *
-- captioned portrait of Brooks from Beggars of Life

anonymous. "Tiny Bear Makes Economical Pet." Los Angeles Times, July 5, 1928. (United States) *
--- short article with image of Brooks in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Lisbeth, Mme. "Fashion Decrees Long Skirt, Low-Cut Neck." Lancaster Eagle-Gazzette, July 7, 1928. (United States) *
--- instance of short, illustrated, sydicated article in Lancaster, Ohio newspaper

anonymous. "Flashbacks and Fadeouts." Washington Post, July 15, 1928. (United States) *
--- twice mentioned film column in Washington D.C. newspaper

Nye, Myra. "Society of Cinemaland." Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1928. (United States) *
--- mention in film gossip column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Beggar and Better." Motion Picture Classic, August, 1928. (United States) *
-- full page captioned portraits of Brooks (from Beggars of Life) by E.R. Richee

anonymous. "Anzac Teddy Bear Arrives in Hollywood." Los Angeles Times, August 8, 1928. (United States) *
--- mentioned in article about Koala bears in article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Excelsior, August 9, 1928. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Louise Brooks, l'attrice svedese dagli occhi fascinanti"

Kingsley, Grace. "Lasky Allots Star, Director." Los Angeles Times, August 11, 1928. (United States) *
--- report that Brooks is being replaced in The Canary Murder Case, in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

Patsy. "Patsy the Stenographer." Indiana Evening Gazette, August 14, 1928. (United States) *
--- instance of mention in syndicated Hollywood gossip column in Indiana, Pennsylvania newspaper

anonymous. "De Slavendans." Film Star Edition, August 15, 1928. (Netherlands)
-- theme issue, "Dans-en Badnummer;" includes two page photo spread featuring three pictures (from the "Less than the Dust" series) and a brief text

anonymous. "Camden in Film Field." New York Times, August 26, 1928 (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned as being cast as an Indian Girl in Red Skin; mention in article in New York City newspaper

anonymous. "Actors Made Film Conscious by Greater Movie Season." Edwardsville Intelligencer, August 26, 1928 (United States) *
--- "Fashion has taken a quarter turn. Somehow or other the word got out around over night and the next day all of filmland's best dressed ladies appeared wearing gowns and dresses with the trimming and embelishments not at the front or back but at the sides. Evening gowns (at least the one worn by Louise Brooks) almost touch the floor at the right side and gracefully rise to reveal the knee on the left. ." - mention in instance of syndicated article in Edwardsville, Illinois newspaper

anonymous. Das Magazin, September, 1928. (Germany) *
--- photos and article about Brooks

anonymous. "Infilmation." Film Fun, September, 1928. (United States) *
--- text about Brooks in question and answer column

anonymous. "Voice of the Movie Fan." Chicago Tribune, September 9, 1928 (United States) *
--- "I wish Louise Brooks hadn't gotten so thin - she was adorable before." - letter to the film critic in Chicago, Illinois newspaper

Patsy. "Patsy the Hollywood Stenographer." Zanesville Signal , September 16, 1928. (United States) *
--- "No patootie! He just put two babes like Louise Brooks and Jane Novack in his picture The Redskin - mixes em well and leaves em settle. Janes is as sweet, serene and s'lovely es ever. But with Louise making heap much whoopie as the panting papoose of the flicker - well maybe Dick's concoction is a but vicious." - mention in instance of syndicated column in Zanesville, Ohio newspaper

anonymous. Excelsior, September 20, 1928. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Louise Brooks, nuova mannequin della 'Venere . . . Giraffa' (che pesa dieci chili di meno della Venere di Milo, e cioé 58 Kg.) con un lussuoso costume ultima moda"

anonymous. "The Latest Gossip From Hollywood." Photoplay, September, 1928. (United States) *
-- small item about Brooks on location

anonymous. "Of Interest to the Ladies." Northern Territory Times, September 21, 1928. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

"Blank Indifference." Boston Evening Transcript, September 22, 1928. (United States) *
-- large caricature of Brooks by Malcolm St. Clair; Boston, Massachusetts newspaper

Kingsley, Grace. "Star Will Be June Bride Here." Los Angeles Times, September 22, 1928. (United States) *
--- report that Brooks will be leaving for Europe following the making of The Canary Murder Case and the expiration of her contract, in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

"Fotos de Hollywood." Carteles, September 30, 1928. (Cuba) *
--- Luisa Brooks is featured in one of four pictures

anonymous. "Nautical but Nice." Motion Picture Classic, October, 1928. (United States) *
-- full page portrait (by Eugene Richee) with text

Le Film, October, 1928. (Canada) *
-- includes two captioned images of Brooks, including a candid of the actress and Jim Tully; French language film magazine from Montreal

Kraszna-Krausz, A(ndor). "Comment and Review." Close-Up, October, 1928. (England / Switzerland)
--- mention of Brooks having been chosen for the role of Lulu

anonymous. "Endlich die Lulu gefunden!!" Der Film, October 1, 1928. (Germany) *
--- captioned photo of Brooks; German trade publication

anonymous. "Following the Trail of Directors and Stars Through the Movie Studios." Zanesville Signal, October 4, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks is enroute to Europe where she will make a picture for UFA the big Continental producing company." - instance of mention in syndicated article in Zanesville,Ohio newspaper

anonymous. "Mr. Locke Recruited." New York Times, October 8, 1928 (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned as heading for Germany to work for UFA in article in New York City newspaper

Patsy. "Patsy." Indiana Evening Gazette, October 9, 1928. (United States) *
--- instance of mention in syndicated Hollywood gossip column in Indiana, Pennsylvania newspaper

Herzog, Dorothy. "Behind Scenes in Hollywood." Circleville Herald, October 10, 1928. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks and Eddie Sutherland were sitting at seperate tables this year. Last Mayfair dance they were married. Divorce has legalized their freedom now." - mention in syndicated column in Circleville, Ohio newspaper

anonymous. "Diamonds Grow Bigger. And How!" Mansfield News, October 11, 1928. (United States) *
--- captioned photo in Mansfield, Ohio newspaper

Patsy. "Patsy the Hollywood Stenographer." Zanesville Signal , October 14, 1928. (United States) *
--- "That when Louise Brooks finished her chirping in The Canary Murder Case she took a chochoo for Germany - an exchange for our keeping Lya di Putti here; that Louise has the kind of legs that don't give ship photographers worry . . . ." - mention in instance of syndicated column in Zanesville, Ohio newspaper

Photoplay, November, 1928. (United States) *
-- captioned portraits of Brooks

anonymous. "Of Interest to the Ladies." Northern Territory Times, November 2, 1928. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

anonymous. "Of Interest to the Ladies." Northern Territory Times, November 9, 1928. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

anonymous. "Of Interest to the Ladies." Northern Territory Times, November 16, 1928. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

"Las Princesas del Cine." Carteles, November 25, 1928. (Cuba) *
--- Luisa Brooks is featured on a page of photes of the actress

"Pet, Pet, Who's Got a Pet." Picture-Play, December, 1928. (United States)
-- two-page photo-spread on movie stars and their pets; Brooks is one of the stars pictured - "Louise Brooks, below, basks in the distinction of owning one of the four Australian koalas that are in America."

anonymous. "Elegance de Star: Un deshabille de Louise Brooks." Ciné-Miroir, December 7, 1928. (France) *
-- brief text with photo

"A Raft of Beauty." Reno Gazette, December 14, 1928. (United States) *
--- instance of syndicated, captioned photo in Reno, Nevada newspaper

"Un Elegante Pijama." El Hogar y la Moda, December 15, 1928. (Spain)
--- full page fashion picture

Mitry, Jean. "Les Flappers." Cinémonde, December 27, 1928. (France) *
--- two page article; Brooks is mentioned and pictured

1929

"Vedelles en pyjamas." Almanach de Mon Ciné, 1929. (France)
-- page 84; Brooks is included in an article on film stars in their pajamas

anonymous. "The Rise of Louise Brooks." Vanity Fair, January, 1929. (United States) *
--- near full-page portrait of Brooks by Edward Steichen accompanied by short text

Film Star Edition, no. 41, 1929. (Netherlands)
-- theme issue, "Danseuses et Baigneuses;" includes an image of Brooks from The Canary Murder Case

anonymous. "Our Own Louise." Helena Indepenedent, January 2, 1929. (United States) *
--- "Here is a whole raft of beauty, comliness, sprightliness or something like that The subject is Louise Brooks as she arrived the other day from Germany where she made a picture. Don't forget your purse, Louise." - captioned photo in Helena, Montana newspaper

Excelsior, January 3, 1929. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Louise Brooks è la regina della moda in California, eccola con un delizioso abitino alla marinara"

Excelsior, January 10, 1929. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Un giornale di New York ha indetto fra i suoi lettori un referendum per sapere qual'è l'attrice che ha il profilo più perfetto: è risultata vincitrice, Luise Brooks, qui presente"

anonymous. "A Nautical Note." Northern Territory Times, January 11, 1929. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

anonymous. "Of Interest To The Ladies." Northern Territory Times, January 25, 1929. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

"Luisa Brooks." El Sol, January 27, 1929. (Spain) *
--- "segün aparece en uno de sus ultimos films de ambiente hispano-americano." [ loosely translated as "appears in her latest film in Hispanic-American clothes." ] - captioned photo in Madrid newspaper

Wynn. "Among those Seen and Seeing at the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolics." New York Herald-Tribune, January 27, 1929. (United States) *
--- a caricature of Brooks is included in a group portrait

"Louise Brooks." Kinematograph, February 3, 1929. (Germany) *
--- full page interior cover; Berlin publication

Sherwood, Robert E. "Moving Picture Album." Daily Oklahoman, February 3, 1929. (United States) *
--- instance of mention in syndicated column in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma newspaper

Wincell, Walter. "Your Broadway and Mine." New Castle News, February 20, 1929. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks who became a movie celeb when she wedded Eddie Sutherland the director is job hunting since she had the seal broken." - instance of mention in syndicated column in New Castle News, Pennslyvannia newspaper

"Louise Brooks als Lulu in Dem Film Die Büchse der Pandora." Mein Film, #165, 1929. (Austria) *
--- full page photograph; Brooks also appears on the front cover and back cover

Cohen, Harold W. "Reel Rumblings." Pittsburgh Post-Gazzette, March 11, 1929. (United States) *
--- "Louise Brooks, who leaped from end girl in the Follies chorus to stardom in Hollywood, will make pictures in Berlin." - article in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania newspaper

Kingsley, Grace. "Paramount Shift Directors." Los Angeles Times, March 13, 1929. (United States) *
--- announcement that Brooks will return to Berlin, in item in film column in Los Angeles, California newspaper

anonymous. "Player Equipped for Talkie Role." Los Angeles Times, March 26, 1929. (United States) *
--- short article in Los Angeles, California newspaper

INS. "Famous Persons Sail for Europe on Ile de France." Oleans Times Herald, March 29, 1929. (United States) *
--- mention in syndicated article in Oleans, New York newspaper

anonymous. "Cinéma." Time, April 1, 1929. (United States) *
--- capsule news item; "Criticized for bad synchronization in recent films, producers denied their technical incompetence by confessing that 'doubles' had sung and talked for certain performers: Richard Barthelmess (Weary River), one Frank Withers; for Louise Brooks (The Canary Murder Case), one Margaret Livingston."

anonymous. "The Travelling Ensemble." Northern Territory Times, April 5, 1929. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

anonymous. "Society, Arts and Business Well Represented on Ile de France." Jewish Criterion, April 26, 1929. (United States) *
--- Louise Brooks is referenced in article in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania publication

10 Story Book, May, 1929. (United States)
--- includes a picture of Louise Brooks holding a gun

anonymous. Excelsior, May 9 - 16, 1929. (Italy)
--- photo of Brooks and brief text; "Aveva in una certa epoca deposto i suoi omaggi ai piedi della squisita Mar?. Ed ecco che il divo attore depone altri omaggi, non meno ardenti, ai piedi della soave Louise Brooks i cui occhi hanno il potere di guarire i mali amorosi. L'incontro avviene durante un pranzo sontuosamente offerto da una gentile collega: e fu incantevole per la delicata intimità; alla frutta lui era pazzo di lei. Si rividero spesso, sia all'interno che all'esterno della casa ospitale, e i duetti sfociano in un matrimonio con tutte le regole"

Thomas, Dan. "Small-Part Actors are Eliminated in Talkies." Helena Independent, May 22, 1929. (United States) *
--- Brooks is mentioned in article in Helena, Montana newspaper

anonymous. "Glorifying American Girl Seems About to be Filmed." Reno Evening Gazette, June 1, 1929. (United States) *
--- "As far back as the days when all was silent around Astoria, L.I., I can recall Eddie Sutherland, the director scratching his head, and looking over brunet Louise Brooks, both as prospective bride and a leading lady - Louise having been a Follies graduate. Astoria has been rehabilitated since then, and, as the captions used to say, 'the years have slipped by'." - article in Reno, Nevada newspaper

anonymous. "Louise Brooks et ses Cheveux." Mon Cine, July 4, 1929. (France) *
--- short article

anonymous. Excelsior, July 11 - 18, 1929. (Italy)
--- brief text and photo of Brooks

"Cinemax: Der Atelierwanderer." Die Filmwoche, July 31, 1929. (Germany) *
--- short discussion of the actress, along with two pictures, in an article of film news

Cebrian. Cinefilo, August 3, 1929. (Portugal) *
--- caricature of Louise Brooks

anonymous. "Of Interest To Women." Northern Territory Times, August 16, 1929. (Australia) *
--- brief fashion article in Darwin, Northern Territory newspaper

anonymous. "Movie Doubles, Always Necessary, Found in Talkies." Appleton Post-Cresent, August 30, 1929. (United States) *
--- Brooks in mentioned in article in Appleton, Wisconsin newspaper

anonymous. "Liebe untern Aufheller." Der Filmspiegel, September, 1929. (Germany) *
--- Brooks is pictured and discussed in article in German film journal

Ciné-Miroir, September 6, 1929. (United States)
--- page 562; photograph of Brooks posing on stairway

anonymous. "Prix de beauté contest." Ciné-Miroir, October 4, 1929. (France)
--- article about a beauty contest along with photo of Brooks

Ciné-Miroir, October 18, 1929. (France) *
--- full page photo of Brooks and Georges Charlia on back cover

anonymous. "Studios et plein air." Pour Vous, October 24, 1929. (France) *
--- brief text and picture

"Faldas Cortas Faldas Largas?" Carteles, November 10, 1929. (Cuba) *
--- Brooks is included in a two page spread featuring actresses modelling clothes

anonymous. "Studios et plein air." Pour Vous, November 28, 1929. (France) *
--- brief text and picture

anonymous. Excelsior, December 5 - 12, 1929. (Italy)
--- brief text and photo of Brooks

"Louise Brooks." Die Filmwoche, December 24, 1929. (Germany) *
--- two portraits of Brooks included on a page devoted to the actress

anonymous. Studio, 1929. (Czechoslovakia)
--- brief text and two photos of Brooks

lulu  For a continuation of this bibliography, please refer to Other Periodical References (part 2) for citations dating from 1930 through 1949. Thank you for your interest.


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