1908 Vintage Theatre - Miss Lotta Faust in the Salome Dance in "The Mimic World". Lotta Faust (February 8, 1880 – January 25, 1910) was an American actress, dancer, and singer from Brooklyn, New York. She performed an interpretation of the Salome dance based on the Salome (play) (1893) by Oscar Wilde
I will kiss thy mouth … Maud Allan in The Vision of Salomé, the work that led to her being accused of spreading 'the cult of the clitoris'. Margot Asquith, wife of the British prime minister, was a fan of the piece, however, seeing in it promises of new freedoms for women
The Princess Salome dances for King Herod in exchange for him giving her anything that she wants. Rita Hayworth as Salome in a scene from the movie Salome. Ms. Hayworth is so gorgeous and sultry in this scene.
American vaudeville dancer and contorsionist "La Sylphe" as Salome, 1908. La Sylphe's popularity in the United States increased after Salome by Richard Strauss was banned by the Metropolitan Opera in 1907