Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Dorothy Bercu is shown in a classical modern dance costume, barefoot, and is doing splits. Dorothy and her sister Harryette were vaudeville performers in the 1920s and 1930s.
Dates: between 1928-1934
Overview Colorized photograph of Harryette Bercu on her toe shoes in a pink ballet costume. Harryette and her sister Dorothy were vaudeville performers in the 1920s and 1930s
Dates: between 1937-1939
Overview Harryette Bercu is in a striped costume balancing on her arms while doing a sharp back bend so that her feet are by her face. Harryete and her sister Dorothy were Vaudeville performers on the Orpheum circuit during the 1920s and 1930s. This performance was part of Silver's Revue.
Dates: between 1933-1936
Overview Harryette Bercu is on the floor with one leg stretched in front of her and one foot almost touching her headress. Harryette and her sister Dorothy were Vaudeville performers in the 1920s and 1930s.
Dates: between 1925-1930
Overview Republic County, Kansas, citizens were asked to tell stories of their lives as they lived and remembered them. The program was sponsored by the Belleville Public Library.
Dates: 1973 June 1
Overview Ima Mistachkin standing on stage dressed in tuxedo, cape, and wearing a top hat and carrying a cane. Ima Mistachkin was the eledest brother of Dorothy and Harryette Bercu's mother. Performing as "Mort Silver," he was was a "Singing Star, of Stage, Screen, and Radio." The Bercu family was involved in Vaudeville for many years.
Dates: between 1945-1948
Overview New Year's Eve Frolic Menue and Program for the Hotel Ben Lomond in Ogden Utah. Dorothy and Harryette Bercu were dancers who performed on the Vaudeville circuit in the 1920s and 1930s. The cover is green and on the front is printed: "Happy New Year Hotel Ben Lomond New Year's Eve Frolic Menu and Program December 31 1934." There is a Dinner Dance Menu and the program which includes "Harryette and Dorthea Bercu, Acrobatic and Interpretive Soloists."
Dates: 1934 December 31