Comptoir d'un café-bureau de tabac. Paris, années 1920.
Joséphine Baker at La Revue des Revues, 1927 (photo by Walery).
Ma Nounou Garcin-Jo / France, 1926 (vers)
Interior of "Le Balajo", Paris, decorated by Henri Mahé. When he was in the Val de Grâce military hospital, Jo France had struck up a friendship with the Breton Henri Mahé, a talented painter and slangmaster from rue Mouffetard. Mahé had already decorated some of the best-known brothels, as well as the Moulin Rouge and the Rex. So Jo asked'Enry the Brush to decorated the former Bal Vernet, which became Jo's Ballroom, or: "BALAJO".
Josephine Baker dansant le charleston aux Folies Bergère à Paris lors de la Revue nègre en 1926 (photo de Walery).
Bérénice Béjo, The Artist
Josephine Baker - Singer, Actress, Dancer,
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