~ Jordan, Marsh & Co., Spring and Summer 1897via internet archiveAnna Held was a famous Ziegfeld girl and is often credited with helping Ziegfeld establish his famous Ziegfeld Follies. Eventually she became his common-law wife, although they did not remain together.

A picture of her on her bicycle (below) was part of a montage of “Actresses as Bicycle Riders” which is still available to purchase today.

~ Jordan, Marsh & Co., Spring and Summer 1897
via internet archive

Anna Held was a famous Ziegfeld girl and is often credited with helping Ziegfeld establish his famous Ziegfeld Follies. Eventually she became his common-law wife, although they did not remain together.

A picture of her on her bicycle (below) was part of a montage of “Actresses as Bicycle Riders” which is still available to purchase today.