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Mid-19th century, probably France, used in America Fan: feathers, mother-of-pearl, cotton plain weave, silk satin, bamboo, and metal.

Mid-19th century, probably France, used in America Fan: feathers, mother-of-pearl, cotton plain weave, silk satin, bamboo, and metal.

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Gilda Grey, 1920's (1901-1959). Polish American actress and dancer who became famous in the U.S. for popularizing a dance called the "shimmy" which became fashionable in 1920s films and theater productions.

Gilda Grey, 1920's (1901-1959). Polish American actress and dancer who became famous in the U.S. for popularizing a dance called the "shimmy" which became fashionable in 1920s films and theater productions.