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Karyl Norman

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"The Creole Fashion Plate"

Sheet Music

below, 1918

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

1921

  

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1922

above image courtesty of Norman Von Holtzendorff

And note that the two below were co-written by Norman, who appears to be one of the only
female impersonator performers to write any of his own material. I know of no recordings
of his actual singing.

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1922

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1922

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1922

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff



Big thanks to Norman Von Holtzendorff for gifting the above to my archive

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1923

above and below images courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1923

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1923

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, date unknown

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, date unknown

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1924

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

And, THIS IS COOL, while you cannot hear Karyl Norman sing "Me and the Boyfriend"
(above) you can hear a "male" version done by Billy Jones with Vincent Lopez and
his orchestra, from 1924

above and below images courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

  

below, 1924

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

1924

   

above and below images courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

above and below images courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

1925

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

below, 1927

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

above image courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff

above and below images courtesy of Norman Von Holtzendorff, year unknown

1925

below, 1934 magazine cover

PHOTOS

below, 1936

below, 1919

below, 1919 close up

below, 1924

   

Below, a traveling show

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  For more on Karyl Norman see my section on this book,
by clicking here.

And Click Here for a superb article on Karyl Norman by Brooks Peters