The photographer was John De Mirjian, who had a "short but brilliant" heyday from '22 to 1928 according to this site. Quite the 20s character:
An extravagant personality given to gambling and womanizing, De Mirjian brooked no criticism of his taste or resistance to his desire, throwing temper tantrums during photo shoots if sitters failed to follow his directions.
He was sued in 1925 by Louise Brooks when he tried to distribute some shots he'd taken of her in a state similar to the lass on the left, credited as Rose Marie Haynes.
His career ended when he crashed his car on the Jerico Turnpike, doing 70. DOA.