A Sampling of Portraits and Film Stills

Heart of a Siren (1925)

The Heart of a Siren (1925)

Strangers of the Night (1923)

Barbara, Conway Tearle, and Charles De Roche in The White Moth (1924)

Barbara in one of her costumes from Sandra (1924)

The Eternal Struggle (1923)

Barbara in one of her costumes from The Prisoner of Zenda (1922)

Strangers of the Night with Matt Moore

With Matt Moore; Strangers of the Night (1923)

Barbara and Conway Tearle in The Heart of a Siren (1925)

Sandra (1924)

Sandra (1924)

Trifling Women5

With Ramon Novarro; Trifling Women (1922)

The Eternal City (1923) with (left to right) Bert Lytell and Lionel Barrymore

Trifling Women

With Ramon Novarro; Trifling Women (1922)

The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924)

Barbara pic screenland 1924

Barbara in Screenland Magazine, 1924

Sandra (1924)

The Eternal City (1923)

The Heart of a Siren (1925)

Barbara and William V. Mong in Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

With Richard Tucker in Poor Men’s Wives (1923)

Thy Name is Woman2

With Ramon Novarro; Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

Thy Name is Woman

With Ramon Novarro; Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

Souls for Sale

Souls for Sale (1923)

Shooting of Dan McGrew

The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924)

Prisoner+of+Zenda

The Prisoner of Zenda (1922)

Heart+of+a+Siren+(2)

The Heart of a Siren (1925)

Barbara and Ramon Novarro in Trifling Women (1922)

The Girl From Montmartre

With Robert Ellis; The Girl From Montmartre (1926)

Eternal+City+Barbara+and+Lionel+Barrymore

With Lionel Barrymore; The Eternal City (1923)

Barbara+in+Eternal+City

With Bert Lytell; The Eternal City (1923)

Barbara and Ramon in Thy Name is Woman

With Ramon Novarro; Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

B22

Pictured in one of her costumes from Trifling Women (1922)

Barbara and Conway Tearle in The Heart of a Siren (1925)

B20

Sandra (1924)

Barbara and Wallace MacDonald+in+Thy+Name+is+Woman+on+donkey

With Wallace MacDonald; Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

Conway Tearle and Barbara in The White Moth (1924)

Souls for Sale Wide Shot

Souls for Sale (1923) (Barbara is in the center.)

Ramon Novarro and Barbara in The Prisoner of Zenda (1922)

Barbara near her fireplace April 1924

In her Whitley Heights home, circa early spring 1924

Arabian Love Herschel Mayall and John Gilbert

With Herschel Mayall (center) and John Gilbert in Arabian Love (1922)

Trifling Women Costume Seated

Pictured in one of her costumes from Trifling Women (1922)

Photograph taken on the set of Thy Name is Woman (1924). Pictured with Barbara are (left to right) director Fred Niblo and co-stars Wallace MacDonald, Ramon Novarro, and William V. Mong.

Photograph taken on the set of Thy Name Is Woman (1924). Pictured with Barbara are (left to right) director Fred Niblo and co-stars Wallace MacDonald, Ramon Novarro, and William V. Mong.

 (Barbara is pictured in one of her costumes from The Prisoner of Zenda (1922).

Barbara is pictured in one of her costumes from The Prisoner of Zenda (1922).

Barbara in Thy Name Is Woman (1924)

Barbara in The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) with Stuart Holmes (on her left) and Ramon Novarro (on right in foreground)

Barbara in The Prisoner of Zenda (1922) with Stuart Holmes (on her left) and Ramon Novarro (on right in foreground)

Barbara as she appeared in an advertisement for Richelieu pearls, 1924

1924

Barbara with Doris Pawn in The Hero (1923)

Barbara and George Marion in The White Monkey (1925)

Barbara and Charles De Roche in The White Moth (1924)

Barbara and Arthur Sawyer, her manager (on left), and cameraman Rudolph Bergquist (on right) on the set of The Heart of a Siren (1925)

Barbara in Sandra (1924)

Barbara and Eleanor Boardman in Souls for Sale (1923)

Barbara (third from left among those seated in front row) with company members from Souls for Sale; Rupert Hughes is on her left, Frank Mayo is second from her right, Richard Dix is seated on far right, Eleanor Boardman is on his right. (Actor William Haines, who had a bit part in the film and with whom Barbara would soon begin a relationship, is standing [in white shirt] behind Hughes.)

Barbara, Percy Marmont (center), and Lew Cody (on right) in The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924)

The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924)

Promoting The Shooting of Dan McGrew (1924)

Barbara (first on right in middle row) pictured with a portion of the Quincy Adams Sawyer (1922) cast and crew; she is seated next to director Clarence Badger.

Barbara and Earle Williams in The Eternal Struggle (1923)

Strangers of the Night (1923)

1923

The Prisoner of Zenda. Barbara as Antoinette De Mauban, Stuart Holmes (standing) as Black Michael, and Ramon Novarro (seated, center) as Rupert of Hentzau

Barbara poses on a bed (owned by renowned dancer and actress Gaby Deslys) imported from France by director Rex Ingram for Trifling Women (1922)

Barbara photographed by Hoover Art Studios

Barbara in The White Moth (1924); photographed by Paul Grenbeaux

(Left to right) Barbara, Lionel Barrymore and Bert Lytell in what publicity touted as “one of the most dynamic dramatic delineations motion pictures have ever known.” (1923)

Barbara and Jack Daughterty, her final husband, return to work at Universal Studios two days after their wedding in May 1923

1923

Barbara and William V. Mong in Thy Name is Woman (1924)

Barbara, E. H. Calvert (on left) and Lewis Stone in The Girl From Montmartre (1926)

Barbara Photo Rare

Barbara and her son, Marvin Carville La Marr (aka Ivan La Marr; aka Donald Gallery) in 1923

Barbara pic by Witzel

Barbara headshot

1923

B portrait A3

Barbara+Smiling

Barbara+at+typewriter

The Eternal City (1923). Barbara has signed the photograph, “‘For this is wisdom—To Love’—I wonder—?  Barbara.”

Circa 1922

1923

Circa late 1923-early 1924