Rare footage struck a Network of frankness.
Like most erotic postcards, these copies were made in France in the early twentieth century. That’s why they are unofficially called the “French flyers”.
It is clear that to send such “gifts” in the mail was illegal, so they often exchanged secret.
Work on erotic materials were often profitable business for photographers, who usually hide their names under pseudonyms, so as not to hurt their career or reputation. Moreover, not get in trouble with the law.
In turn, the identity of most models, which is reflected in “French postcards”, also remains unknown.
Find brave souls willing to act in such photo shoots, it was not easy, so in the 1920s in this genre could often meet the same person.