Diane Raye: as scanned from the pages of the WWII magazine Burlesk volume 1, No. 3
Diane started her dancing career as a showgirl at the Hollywood Theater Cafe on Broadway NYC. But her success as a principal dancer came in Chicago where she was very popular performer at the Rialto Theater. Diane married comic Eddie Lynch, who later became a burlesque producer.
Cabaret dancers Josephine Head and Albert Zapp perform the Tango at the Piccadilly Hotel, 1930. (Photo by Hulton Archive)