You can see Romaine (1874-1970) sitting jauntily enough in the top one, next to a breathtaking sample of her portraits--including her self-portrait in top hat, and in the background, her very comical image of Una Troubridge, lover of Radclyffe Hall. (Troubridge shown with monocle and dachshunds.)
According to the biographies--Diana Souhami's book about her and her lifelong lover/companion, Natalie Clifford Barney is the best--Brooks was a fairly odious misery-guts. The photographer here, however, seems to have caught her on a relatively good day.
The images, while a little beaten up, have the most beautiful color-processing.